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The Indonesian communications satellite that is SpaceX’s primary payload for its second Falcon 9 launch this year overcame a change of manufacturers and the loss of a U.S. Ex-Im Bank loan to reach the launch pad. SpaceNews.com
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SPD-4 gives the Pentagon the official go-ahead to send a proposal to the White House recommending the establishment of a separate military branch for space. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:12-06-2013
     Last Modified:02-03-2016 (08:32)
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     Current job:MMIC Design Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsMMIC | RF & MW | Small and Large Signal Stability Analysis| HPA| LNA | Amplifiers | Communications | EM Simulation
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    SUMMARY

    I am Sergio, I am 25 years old, an outgoing person who loves improving my own skills and team-working. Professionally I am a RF Engineer focused on MMIC Design Engineering for Defence & Space Systems. As a MMIC Design Engineer I realized that the main problem with active circuits is derived from stability problems, even more the ones with Large Signal Output Signals. In the Space sector to claim the proper operation of the design is vital so, because of this and in order to enable cost saving due to the high cost of MMIC manufacturing, I have focused my career on MMIC designing and Small-Signal and Large-Signal Stability Analysis of every circuit. I am currently studying how to go further and take the same method to MMIC on-wafer probe measurements.

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

    ·  PhD. Candidate in Electronic Engineering, 2014-Currently: MMIC designing with a focus on HPA simulation & experimental stability at Cantabria University.

    ·  M. S. E. E. - M. S. C. Electronic Engineering at Cantabria University in 2008–2013 [Degree major: Electronic | Degree minor: Networking & Communications]

    ·  6002x: Circuits and Electronics online course from MIT and EDX courses in 2011-2012.

    ·  First Certificate in English Diploma by Cambridge University in 2014.

    WORK EXPERIENCE [3 YEARS AND 6 MONTHS]                                                                                               

    ·  January, 2016 – Currently: RF & MMIC Design Engineer – Space Division at MIER Comunicaciones S.L.U.

    ·  Nov, 2013 – Dec, 2015: MMIC Design Engineer at VectraWave through the University of Cantabria.

    ·  8 months in 2013: Scholarship-holder as MMIC Design Engineer at Cantabria University working on the design of a Distributed MMIC Amplifier.

    ·  6 months in 2012: Scholarship-holder as RF and Microwave Engineer - RF and Space division at ERZIA Technologies.

     

    PROFICIENCY                  

    -          Languages

    ·  Spanish: First language

    ·  English: B2 (FCE diploma in 2014)

    ·  Japanese: A1 (Currently preparing for N5 level exam)

    ·  French: A2

    -          Projects as M.S.C. Electronic Engineer

    (Schematic & EM Simulations and on-wafer probe measurement)

    ·  0º – 90º – 180º – 270º MMIC BALUN at 1.2-3.6 GHz in 2016-Currently.

    ·  Class G Amplifier MMIC for LTE communications in 2015.

    ·  1.3dB Noise Figure LNA MMIC at 7.5 – 12 GHz in 2015.

    ·  41dBm High Power Amplifier MMIC at 8 – 12 GHz in 2013-2014.

    ·  Low Noise Distributed Amplifier GaAs MMIC at 210MHz – 12GHz in 2013.

    ɩ          Publication: “Amplificador MMIC distribuido de bajo ruido en la banda 210MHz-12GHz” in March, 2014.

    ·  33dBm High Power Amplifier at 210-330 MHz in 2012.

    ·  UAV’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) research work in 2012.

    ·  ‘Space Invaders’ videogame on FPGA (VHDL code) in 2012.

     

    OTHER DATA OF INTEREST

    -          Red Cross volunteer since 2006.

    -          Greenpeace volunteer since 2012.

    -          English scholarship in London for 2 months in 2010

    -          I have worked as a lifeguard, a waiter or a childcare provider in a nursery since I was 16 years-old in order to pay for my degree.

    -          Available to work in any country.

    -          Driving license since 2012.


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