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     Date Submitted:16-10-2013
     Last Modified:27-01-2014 (12:19)
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     Current job:Space Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsI am a design engineer & physicist, with a total of 4 years of experience in the aerospace industry, mainly in space. My main area of working has been mechanisms, and I have experience in thermal structures and in harnesses. Also, I can program in OO lang
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    PERSONAL STATEMENT

     

    Since I was very young, I have been interested in science. I started my studies of Aeronautical Engineering and when I finished them, I still felt like I needed to go deeper in my knowledge of how the world works, so I studied Physics. Nowadays, I feel I can overcome any challenge in my professional life.

     

    My experience lies primarily in the area of general design and mechanisms; I have experience in electrical design and thermal structures also. This expertise has been developed mainly within the space and aircraft industry. I always enjoyed the interdisciplinary nature of my work, and how design and analysis (be it mechanical, electrical or thermal) are closely related.

     

    I would like to find a company were I could develop my professional career, with possibilities of progressing and facing exciting challenges. I consider myself quick-learner, very hard working, motivated and willing to demonstrate my skills. I take pride in completing my work to high quality, on time and within budget. I believe I am a valuable asset to any company I work for.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    July 12 – Sept 13        Mechanical Designer, Stevenage, UK;

                                       Accommodation Department.

    • 3D modeling of brackets and more structural components.

    • 3D manipulation of big kits and assemblies.

    • Creation of manufacturing and assembly drawings.

    • Design and modifications of mechanisms with spring release.

    • Design of tooling for hard-access area.

    • Experience in 3D tolerancing (FTA) and creation of 3D pdf.

    • Projects: Bepi Colombo, Solar Orbiter & S5P.

     

    June 09 – July 12       (Back to university for attending classes and other education)

     

    July 08 – June 09        Thermal Structural Designer, Stevenage, UK;

                                       Antenna Department, Kits & Tools Provider.

    • Kits and Tools Design for antennas, both in Catia V4 and in Catia V5.

    • Creation of Installation Drawings for the configuration of the antenna area.

    • Thermal Blankets Design for protection of the equipment.

    • Creation of Manufacturing and Installation Drawings for Thermal Blankets.

    • Screws and Bolts length calculation for kits and tools.

    • Projects: Astra 3B, Amazonas 2, Arabsat 5A & 5B, Kasat, Yahsat and Astra 1N.

     

    Jun 07 – March 08      Internship in EADS Casa Espacio, Madrid, Spain.

                                       Mechanism Department, Engineering.

    • Mechanisms Design according to customer specifications.

    • 3D solid and assembly design. Creation of manufacturing drawings.

    • Assistance to testing procedures, both destructive and non-destructive.

    • Analysis in mechanical systems, developing calculus for pressure applied over a Hold Down, and conditions for keeping in joined bearing traction forces.

    • Local Stress, Deformation and Rigidity Analysis on different geometries, including springs.

    • Creation of Technical Documentation related to analysis.

    • Creation of calculus tools (in Excel) for recalculating stress with different dimensions.

    • Projects: HRS Galileo, Astra 3B, Kasat and Sentinel.

     

    Feb 06 – June 07        Electrical Design. ITD s.a., Madrid, Spain.

                                       CAD electrical system Department.

    • Harness 3D design, manufacturing and installation drawings in Catia V5.

    • Electrical brackets design, and its associated manufacturing and installation drawings.

    • Project: Airbus A330MRTT.

     

    TRAINING AND FURTHER EDUCATION

     

    Oct 10 – Dec 10         Programming in Structured Languages: C, C# y Java.

                                       (EUIT de Telecommunications, UPM, Madrid). 170 hours.

     

                                       Catia software (142 hours):

    Jun 08                         Catia V5 certification for Airbus UK.

                                       (Synergy Resourcing International Ltd., Bristol).

    Feb 07                        Catia V4 (ITD s.a., Madrid).

    Feb 06                        Catia V5 (ITD s.a., Madrid).

     

    Sept 07                       Finite Elements Method Stress Analysis with Patran/Nastran 2005. (Geolíneas Academy, Madrid). 60 hours

    Feb 06                        Introduction to Electrical Wiring. (ITD s.a., Madrid). 25 hours.

    Dec 04                        Specials Processes Applied to Engine Revision.

                                       (EUIT Aeronautics, Madrid);

                                       (Imparted by IBERIA L.A.E. staff). 15 hours

     

    ACADEMIC EDUCATION

     

    Sept 06 – Sept 11       Master in Physics

                                       Science Faculty, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain

                                       Average grade: 7 (out of 10)

     

    Sept 00- Dec 05         Bachelor in Aeronautical Engineering

                                       Escuela Universitaria de Ingeniería Técnica Aeronáutica (EUITA), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain

                                       Award to the Best Final Year Project of my speciality (Aeroengines).

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

     

    • Operating Systems Windows and Unix

    • Office & General Software: user level in MS Office, Open Office & Internet.

    • Engineering Software: AedSys Software, GasTurb, MSC/Nastran & Patran, Catia V5 & Catia V4, Sprint & Sprint.net, EPD Optegra & VPM.

    • Mathematical Software: Derive, Mathcad.

    • Software languages: Pascal, C, C# & Java

     

    LANGUAGES

     

    • English: Advanced level (C1-C2 in the CEFR).

    • French: Beginner level (A1-A2 in the CEFR)

    • Spanish: Native

     

    REFERENCES

     

    • Consuelo Fernández (lecturer at Universidad Politécnica of Madrid, Spain)

    • Shawn Orford (Mechanical Architect at Astrium UK)


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