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     Date Submitted:18-10-2013
     Last Modified:28-12-2018 (06:59)
    Job information
     Current job:Senior Engineer- UAV Systems, Flight Sciences, Guidance and Control Engineering
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators
     Keywordssatellite system engineer, AOCS Designer, attitude orbit determination control designer, Languages: English and French.
    CV

    Personal Details:

    Date of Birth:

    04 February 1980

    Marital Status:

    Married, No Child

    Years in Profession:

    14 years

     

    Current Position:

    Technical Specialist, Senior Engineer- UAV Systems, Flight Sciences, Guidance and Control Engineering

    Qualifications:

    2008:     MSc in Aerospace Engineering, Thesis Title: “Design of Kalman Filter Based Attitude Determination Algorithms for a LEO Satellite and For a Satellite Attitude Control Test Setup”, 3.21/4.0, Middle East Technical University

     

    2005      BSc in Astronautical Engineering, Thesis Title, “Attitude Control System Design for a LEO Satellite”, 3.14/4.0, Istanbul Technical University

     

    2005      BSc in Aeronautical Engineering (Double Major), Thesis Title, “Development of Aircraft Performance Software”, 3.08/4.0, Istanbul Technical University

     

    1999 Lycée Saint-Benoît (French College), 1992-1999, Istanbul/TURKEY

    Summary of Expertise

    Aykut Kutlu has been working on UAV Systems since 2016 January at Turkish Aerospace Industries, as a guidance and control engineer. His main responsibilities are the Flight Management System, sensor fusion and filtering parts of the Sensor Management Module (Complementary filters and Kalman Filters on air data system), updating autopilot algorithm regarding o the flight data and performance, and developing in-house unique analyze tools for Autopilot Stability analysis and for some special aims. In the years 2012-2015, he worked as satellite system engineer. He performed computations and analyses (determining satellite technical budgets, mission performance analysis, orbital flight dynamics, etc). In the years 2010-2012, he worked at the project executed at France as a sub-contractor employee, in the scope of the work Packages performed at the Main Contractor Facility. The work packages assigned to him was about Satellite System Technical Leader at 2011-2012, and AOCS Engineer at 2010-2011. He worked on the equipment development R&D project between years 2007-2010.  Between the years 2005-2007, he worked on the Design and analysis tasks in order to provide some design infrastructure that will be used for pre-contractual studies of the potential projects.

    He writes PhD thesis, this thesis study is twofold; first part is on formation flight for LEO satellite and second parts is on formation flight design at Sun-Earth collinear libration points, L1 and L2. He got MSc in 2008 and in his MSc thesis he worked on sensor fusionning algorithms (Kalman Filtering), and attitude determination algorithms are prepared for both LEO satellite and Attitude Control Test Setup. In the scope of Double Major Program of the Istanbul Technical University, he prepared two different BSc Thesis. Under Aerospace department his BSc thesis study was on satellite attitude control (LQR control). For Aeronautics department, BSc thesis Title was “Development of Aircraft Performance Software”.

    Aykut Kutlu particularly wants to improve his career on satellite systems, orbital mechanics, satellite dynamics and control, AOCS & GNC areas, and especially on the project about the interplanetary missions. Briefly, he wishes to use, practice and especially improve his technical knowledge and foreign languages on a job that will be performed within international projects having real goals.

    Career History

    2016 – Present: Turkish Aerospace Industries, Ankara/TURKEY

    Aykut Kutlu is working as Senior Engineer in UAV Systems since 01/2016. Main tasks performed are based on flight management system and autopilot design update, testing updated issues, analyzing test results, developing sensor fusion algorithms, etc. He is responsible on design development of the sub tasks mentioned above. Mainly he works on, developing algorithms, testing the designed algorithms on laboratory and flight, and reporting the test results.

    2012 – 2015:   System engineering for several potential indigenous Satellite Projects

    Between years 2012-2015, Aykut Kutlu worked on satellite segment level design and analysis tasks in order to determine the mission performance and mission capabilities of the satellite segment according to the outputs obtained from the other disciplines (power, obdh, thermal, payload, etc). Basically, Aykut Kutlu tried to control and to manage the design cycle by preparing specific tools for the analysis some of the satellite mission related tasks and by evaluating the design outputs.

    2010 – 2012:  Works on LEO satellite Project

    Aykut Kutlu worked at the project executed at France, in the scope of the work Packages performed at the Main Contractor Facility. Aykut Kutlu worked on Satellite Segment and AODCS related duties such as Requirement analysis, orbit analysis, mission performance analysis (image acquisition, attitude control analysis, disturbance analysis etc). In the scope of AOCS Engineering, He worked on technical requirements for satellite system and AODCS and he performed conceptual design on satellite segment level in order to clarify the mission performance and mission capabilities of the satellite segment (In the years 2010-2012), during this period He participated to the AOCS requirement analysis study, external and internal disturbance analysis, initial sun acquisition phase analysis, etc.

    First half of 2010:    R&D Project

    In projects performed in Turkey, at the first half of the year 2010, He worked on the conceptual design of a sounding rocket R&D project. In this content, he studied on the flight path description, flight performance, and navigation & control analysis. Additionally, he carried out also system engineering duties such as preparing of the work plans & man-months determinations, scheduling, work descriptions on system and sub-system levels, defining technical requirement and negotiations with customers, meetings with suppliers, etc.

    2007 – 2010:   Satellite Attitude control equipment development R&D Project

    Aykut Kutlu worked on the Design and Development project which is a satellite actuator development project. In this project, He worked on the SIL and HIL tests (performed on attitude control test setup), in the content of design attitude determination and control system, preparing the algorithms and implement them in real-time environment and verifying them, acquiring the performance results, etc using Matlab/Simulink. 

    2005 – 2007:   Pre-contractual phases for the potential project

    During this period Aykut Kutlu worked on the Design and analysis duties in order to provide some design infrastructure that will be used for pre-contractual studies of the potential projects (DÖNENCE and GÖKTÜRK-2 projects were potential projects in these years). Especially the studies related to the Attitude Determination and Control subsystem has been performed. For thruster subsystem, delta_V budget computations also have been done by preparing some tools using Matlab in this period of work.

    2005: Training Aircraft Project

    During this period Aykut Kutlu worked on the Performance analyses of the aircraft. In this job, performance analyzing code is prepared by using FORTRAN. All the take-off, landing, cruise and maneuvers performance computations and analyses were done by the special in house code and algorithms prepared by Aykut Kutlu in Fortran (F90), and the visualization part is done with a simple GUI by using Visual Basic.

    Education History

    Present: PhD. in Aerospace Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Ankara/TURKEY

    Qualification Exam is passed; currently he is writing thesis, Thesis Title: “Orbit Design for Formation Flying LEO Spacecrafts and Design formation scheme for satellites on Sun-Earth Collinear Libration Points”.  PhD study continues on Aerospace Engineering at the Middle East Technical University (METU Ankara/ TURKEY) since 2009. In 2012, Doctorate Qualification Examination was passed successfully, now the thesis writing phase is on. (In the years 2010-2012, he has to give a break to PhD due to a task assignment performed at France). PhD Thesis, it is related directly to the orbital mechanics, flight dynamics, attitude and orbit determination and control: Satellite Formation Flights. All codes for the PhD study are generated using MATLAB and Simulink.

    05/2014– 05/2016: Development of an Attitude Control Test Setup, Istanbul Technical University:

    This study was performed in the frame of a university project managed by Astronautical Department of the Istanbul Technical University. Aykut Kutlu worked as scholarship in this project (This project is funded by TUBİTAK and since Aykut Kutlu is PhD student in the Middle Technical University, He has the opportunity to be a scholarship for this project). Aykut Kutlu was responsible for the development of the new generation attitude control test setup. This was a kind of upgrading study of the existing test setup. Kalman Filter algorithms implemented in order to obtain attitude to the IMU measurements. A simple Control algorithm developed to control attitude maneuvers.

    09/2009– 06/2010: Navigation Estimation Algorithms Development and Implementation on Flight for a Model Aircraft (kinds of UAV)

    This study was done in the frame of a university project managed by Aerospace Department of the Middle East Technical University. Extended Kalman Filter Algorithms are prepared for the navigation and attitude estimation of the aircraft. GPS, Barometer, Rate-Gyros and accelerometers were the sensor used. Calibration algorithms and estimation codes are prepares in Matlab Real-time environment and than by using xPC target tools these algorithms and control algorithms prepared by other project membership were embedded to the flight computer. Flight test results were analyzed and related tunings were done according to the flight test results.

    2005-2008:  MSc in Aerospace Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Ankara/TURKEY

    Thesis Title: “Design of Kalman Filter Based Attitude Determination Algorithms for a LEO Satellite and for a Satellite Attitude Control Test Setup”. Master Degree of Aerospace Engineering from METU was received in the year 2008. Master Thesis subject focused on Kalman Filter Based Attitude Determination Algorithms for a LEO Satellite. In thesis study, Extended and Unscented Kalman filter algorithms are developed in order to fuse the sensor measurements taken from star tracker, sun sensors, magnetometers, rate gyros. Finally, these algorithms are implemented on a real test setup (by making some adaptations according to the test setup sensor system). All codes for the Msc study are generated using MATLAB and Simulink

    2000-2005:  BSc in Astronautical Engineering, Istanbul Technical University

    Thesis Title, “Attitude Control System Design for a LEO Satellite”.

    Undergraduate thesis study on Aerospace Engineering was about Attitude Control System Design for a LEO Satellite. In this study, he worked on LQR controller design for a hypothetical LEO Satellite (using MATLAB).

    2000-2005: BSc in Aeronautical Engineering (Double Major), Istanbul Technical University

    Thesis Title, “Development of Aircraft Performance Software”

    Bsc. degrees in Aeronautical Engineering in the scope of Double Major Program gained at Istanbul Technical in the year 2005. Aeronautics thesis study was on aircraft performance and software was generated that computes all performance parameters of the aircraft in time domain, including time simulation (takeoff, climb, cruise, gliding, and landing). Here, Visual Basic for visualization (GUI) and Fortran90 for computation were used.

    Computing Skills

    Programming Languages

    C# (Intermediate)

    Software Applications

    MATLAB & SIMULINK (Advance)

    STK (Intermediate)

    MATHCAD

    DOORS and JIRA (for requirement management)

    Languages

    English

    Fluent

    French

    Fluent

    Turkish

    Native speaker

    Even if the native language (Turkish) is used in his current job, it is obvious that English has a wide usage area since he is in aerospace industry: The terminology, terms, relationships with other foreign colleagues, etc. At France he used English in all documentation and meetings since the formal language of the project were English. And education language in university (METU) is English, Msc thesis is written in English, and PhD is also in English. He is graduated from French college, and At France he used French in inner meetings.

    Publications

    Conference papers:

    A.Kutlu, O.Tekinalp, ”Formation Flight Design near Sun-Earth Collinear Libration Points under the Effect of Perturbations”, Extended Abstract is accepted, AIAA, Space Flight Mechanics Conference will be at 2019.

    A.Kutlu, O.Tekinalp, “ A Simulation Tool to Design Satellite Formation Flight”, ICATT 2016 March, 2016

    A.Kutlu, O.Tekinalp, “Development of A Simulation Tool for The Design of Spacecraft Formation Flight”, 8th Ankara International Aerospace Conference, September 10-12,2015, Ankara, TURKEY

    A.Kutlu, O.Tekinalp, “Kalman Filter Based Multimode Attitude Determination Algorithms for A LEO Satellite”, 19th Spaceflight Mechanics Conference, AAS09-205, February 2009, GA Savannah - USA.

    A.Kutlu, Ch. Haciyev, O.Tekinalp, “Attitude Determination and Rotational Motion Parameters Identification of a LEO Satellite through Magnetometer and Sun Sensor Data”, Third International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies – RAST, June 2007, Istanbul TURKEY.

    A.Kutlu, Ch. Haciyev, “Attitude Control of Leo Satellite via LQR and Linear Stochastic Estimator”, Ankara International Aerospace Conference, August – 2005, Ankara TURKEY.

    During the First AstroNet ESR workshop a study on “Estimation Methods” is presented, April 2009, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul TURKEY.


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