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     Date Submitted:03-09-2013
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     Current job:Researcher (antennas)
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsPhD student in last year making research mainly in localization systems and antenna design. I have solid experience in antennas simulation, measurement and design. I'm also familiar with RF designs and PCB layout designs. I have strong knowledge in prog
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    PROFILE

    I’m graduated in Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering accomplished in 2009. In 2009 i started a PhD dedicated to Location Systems and Antenna’s Design. During my PhD I was involved in several projects in “Instituto de Telecomunicações, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal” dedicated mainly for indoor/outdoor location where i was responsible for the antenna design, firmware and user interface programming and planning in the communication protocol. I’m qualified in several EM simulators, antenna’s design, RF measurement procedures and programing. I have experience in teaching (Matlab programing, basic electronics and computer architecture). I’m a dedicate person desiring to move to a new professional experience in RF field, preferentially in the antenna’s design.

     

    KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

    • Master qualified in Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering (15/20);
    • Master thesis in “Development of low power consumption localization system” (19/20);
    • Representative of “Instituto de Telecomunicações“ on 4th innovation journeys 2009 Lisbon. It involved afterhours work of several days in order to accomplish and properly present the work.
    • Oral/Poster presenter on several international conferences such as: IPIN 2010, IPIN 2011, EuroCon 2011, EuCap 2012, APS 2011, APS 2013.
    • Developer of a new antenna type for localization systems, “Pentagonal patch-excited sectorised antenna” published in IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagation, March 2012
    • Led two projects through to conclusion, IPIS and NAPIS. The first for indoor localization and the second for indoor/outdoor localization with the financial support of the Portuguese National Navy.

     

     

    EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

    My experience was mainly acquired on research in “Instituto de Telecomunicações of Aveiro” 2009-2013. My research fields were related to low cost indoor location systems and radio frequency systems, mainly related to antenna’s design, simulation, implementation and measurement. During this period i had the chance to teach Matlab programing in the University and voluntary teacher in basic electronics, computer architecture and circuit analysis.

    As a researcher I was involved in three main projects since 2009:

    ·         Antennas for maritime communications, 2013;

    ·         NaPIS – Navy Positioning Identification System, 2010-2012;

    ·         IPIS (Indoor Positioning Identification System), 2009-2011.

    I also helped other projects in IT mainly in the antenna design, vehicular communications.

    In these projects I was responsible by the antenna simulation and implementation, system designing, user application and protocol development.

    I’m an independent user on RF/EM measure devices with experience in VNA and anechoic chambers. I’m also a IEEE student member since 2010.

     

    More detailed my tasks in the involved projects can be resumed as:

     

    Researcher, IT                                                  2013

    Project: Antennas for maritime communications

    ·         I was responsible to design a sectorial directional UWB antenna to operate in 700MHz-2500MHz and to perform the controlling application. The design was based in 6 common LPDA (Log Periodic Dipole Array) covering the entire azimuthal plane. The controlling application with a basic communication protocol implemented in Matlab.

     

    ·         Researcher, IT and Portuguese National Navy                                             2010-2012

    ·         Project: NaPis (Navy Positioning Identification System)

    ·         I was responsible for developing the system protocol integrating a system operating at 433MHz and another at 2.4 GHz. I also performed the controlling application which interacted with a database in Java which could be web accessed. I performed several antenna designs for 2.4 GHz mainly based on patch antennas.

     

    ·         Researcher, IT                                                                                                           2009

    ·         Project: IPIS (Indoor Positioning Identification System)

    ·         I was responsible for developing the system protocol based in ZigBee. I also performed the controlling application and performed several antenna designs for 2.4 GHz mainly based on CP sectorial patch antennas.

     

     

    EDUCATION & TRAINING

     

    PhD in Electrical Engineering(to finish in 2013)

    University of Aveiro, Portugal, 2009-2013

     

    Master in Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics(15/20)

    Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal, 2003-2009

     

    CAP (Certificate of Teaching Ability)

    IEFP, Portugal, 2008

     

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    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

    IEEE student member since 2010

    Member of the RF group in IT since 2009

     

     

    CORE SKILLS

    ·         Antenna design/simulation: (HFSS/CST)

    ·         Antenna measurements: (VNA, anechoic chamber)

    ·         Programming: (Matlab, C, Java, Assembly, Latex)

    ·         PCB design: (Eagle)

    ·         IT Skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Explorer

    ·         Circuit design: LTSpice, ADS

     

    INTERESTS

    I like to practice all kind of sports, particularly football, volley and running. I love to travel and experience different cultures and countries and always open to new challenges.


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