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     Date Submitted:18-10-2013
     Last Modified:19-09-2016 (07:36)
    Job information
     Current job:Space Dynamics,Mission Analysis, and Control Engineer.
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsOrbit Design, Orbital mechanics, Space Dynamics, Mission Analysis, Control
    CV

    PERSONAL DETAILS:

    Date of  Birth    :    17/ 1/ 1987

    Gender :    male

    Marital Status  :    Married.

     

    EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS:

    Bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering,

    Faculty Of Engineering,

    Cairo University.    

    May 2008

    Graduation Project: Mini Unmanned air vehicle.

    Master degree in Aerospace Engineering,

    Faculty Of Engineering,

    Cairo University.

    June 2016.

    Thesis Title:  Spacecraft Orbit Estimation via Optical Observation.

     

    LANGUAGE:    

    Arabic: Mother tongue

    English: Excellent working proficiency.

     

    PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE:
    Mission Analysis and Orbits Design:

    Have good experience in orbit design, determination, Estimation and propagation.

    Orbit  Estimation using Least square, and kalman filter techniques

    Controlling STK using Matlab.

    Own developed software in orbit propagation can be found at:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NfJobQ0JLA

    Or download it from:

    https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bwxj3XG7AR2WfjZUbmZQR0wwRDdRVGJiMEJyUl9CSmhPTS1CNE1VQ1FHOGhOZ25yWlI4MGc&usp=sharing  

    Have good experience in Orbit Design for Remote Sensing Satellites _How to select the best orbit for certain mission _

     

    Space Dynamics and control engineer:

    Spacecraft attitude actuators and sensors.

    Feedback control systems (Classic, Modern, and Digital control systems) in time and frequency domain.

    Drawing 3D shapes in STK (i.e.: draw a 3d model for satellites or facilities by developing *.mdl files)

    Spacecraft’s attitude control algorithms.

    Own developed software in Attitude simulator can be found at:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhN6gwRGPjs

    Or download it from:

    https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bwxj3XG7AR2WfmVEUURpZ2pYTi1aQXJZOFBXYVpVNE4tRFdHQUhjbzdOc3lGU3k5UXpYRDA&usp=sharing

     

    Quad-copter Project:

    Developing a Quad-copter simulator using Matlab.

    Developing Quad-copter control algorithm (PID controller) using Matlab, in order to sustain certain altitude, and certain attitude.

    Using IMU (including gyro, accelerometer, and magnetometer) and GPS antenna as sensor. And four brushless DC motors as actuators. And Arduino to upload our control algorithm.

     

    Publications:

    Kamalaldin , K. and Okasha,  M., “Low Earth Orbit Design for Remote Sensing Applications,” ICMAAE 2013-30146, Proceeding of the International Conference on Mechanical, Automotive and Aerospace Engineering (ICMAAE 2013), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July, 2013.

    Kamalaldin , K. and Okasha,  M., “Low Inclination Circular Orbits for Remote Sensing Satellites” AEROTECH V – 2014 conference, Applied Mechanics and Materials (ISSN: 1660-9336), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 29-30 Oct, 2014.

    Ahmed, A. Farrag, K. Karamaldin “FRACTIONATED IMAGING SATELLITE CONSTELLATION ” in the “ IWSCFF2015 in Delft, Netherlands from 8 JUNE to 10 JUNE 2015” conference. For more details about the idea. Please, visit my illustration video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xPa90acvCI

    Ayman Hamdy, Tamer Mekky, and karim Kamalaldin, “Commercial Cameras Accurate Focal Length Estimation for Satellite Optical Observation”, (IJASAR-02-401), 2015.

    Ayman H. Kassem, Gamal M. El-Bayoumi, Tamer M. Habib, Karim A. Kamalaldin, “Improving Satellite Orbit Estimation Using Commercial Cameras”, (I.RE.AS.E), Vol. 8, N. 5 ISSN 1973-7459 October 2015.


    TRAINING:

    Have a license without type rating for large aircraft (Airframe & Power-plant type), Number: 3819.

    (Airframe & Power-plant) Basic training course by Egyptair Training center for aircraft overhauling and maintenance.

    Diesel and turbo engine training course.

    Automotive technical advanced course by Mercedes Benz.

     


    COMPUTER SKILLS:

    Matlab:

    Programming, M-file, GUI.

    Simulink, State flow.

    3D animation, Modeling, and Simulation.

    STK. 

    Check my developed simulations at:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xPa90acvCI

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhtjUIT8A3Y

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J65yBFzRtUI

    C programming language.

    MDT_ AutoCAD program.  

    Arduino.

     

     

    ACTIVITIES & INTERESTS:

     

    United states of America, 2007:

    Participant in a work and travel program for 4 months as a part of student exchange events between Egypt and United States of America from June 2007: Oct 2007.

     

    Ukraine, Yuzhnoye design office, 2010

    Receiving training in Ukraine in the spacecraft hardness assurance in March 2010.

     

    Sudan,  2010:

    Teaching Matlab for graduate Sudan students.

     

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2014:

    Publishing two papers.

     

    Tokyo, Japan, 2015:

    Receiving scholarship to attend the GNSS Sumer school, organized by the Japanese institute for timing and navigation.

    Received online course for CanSat design process, organized by Hokkaido University (Sapporo) and Uematsu Electric Co., Ltd (Akabira).

    Have a license without type rating for large aircraft (Airframe & Power-plant type), Number: 3819.

    (Airframe & Power-plant) Basic training course by Egyptair Training center for aircraft overhauling and maintenance.


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