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     Date Submitted:30-10-2013
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     Current job:Earth observation engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordsoptics, earth observation, engineer, instrumentation, remote sensing, spatial observation, satellite, space, physics, radiometric, climate, calibration
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    Spatial engineering for the earth observation    -     Space optics instrumentation

    **** Work experience

    10/2012 –07/2013

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    04/2012 –09/2012

    (Internship)

     

     

     

     

     

    07/2012 -08/2012

    (Internship)

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2011

     

    Earth observation engineer in climate and meteorology activities - Météo-France / CNRM / CNRS / ESA (Toulouse - France)

    Mission: Assess the quality of the ozone Climate Data Records delivered by the ESA-CCI program to provide added values for climate modelling activities at Météo-France

    -       Climate quality assessment of optical satellite data (methods using precursors, model simulations, re-analyses or assimilation have been employed in the data processing confrontation)

    -       Research and scientific investigations focused upon improving data quality

    -       Support to scientific requests and feedback on product quality at ESA product delivers teams

    -       Contribution to written reports, and other project deliverables and scientific work (posters)

    Software used: IDL, NCL, NCO, bash, C and pack office, netcdf

     

    Assistant engineer for earth observation – CNES (Toulouse - France)

    Mission: Support activities in the optical physics team at CNES about the radiometric sensitivity of remote sensing instruments

    -       Analyses of the top atmosphere and surface reflectance on desert area in the spectral band of SWIR

    -       Confrontation of reflectances between instruments to validate methods of calibration

    -       Validation of modeling of the BRDF in the visible spectral band and enlargement in the SWIR

    Software used: Matlab, Excel, bash, IDL, ENVI and pack office

     

    Assistant engineer in telecommunication research - FOTON laboratory (Lannion – France)

    Mission: Highlight the Brillouin effect in a new type of optical fiber – DDM fiber

    -       Use of the OTDR to describe optical fibers

    -       Development of an optical bench (distributed feedback laser, powermeter, optical amplifier, optical circulator, polarization controller, optics coupler) to characterize the Brillouin effect

    -       Analysis and interpretation of measurements

    Software used: Matlab, Excel and pack office

     

    Project Management for a sports event (Lannion - France)

    Organization of sporting events (biking, running and kayaking) to Lannion with 400 people: ENSSAT Raid Adventure. Responsibility in the communication of the project

     

    **** Education and Training

    2009 - 2012

     

    2006 - 2009

     

    2006

    Degree in Optical engineer at ENSSAT (Lannion, France) with an exchange program of 6 months at Tampere University of Technologies (Tampere, Finland)

     

    Preparatory class for high scientific school

     

    French high school diploma (Baccalaureate Scientific)

    Technological skills

    Informatics :

    Exploitation : Windows, Linux/Unix

    Software : Matlab, IDL, NCL, Pspice, Oslo, Zemax, NCO, CDO, ENVI

    Languages : C, HTML, Bash

    Others: Pack Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access…),Dreamweaver

    Optics:Optical Instrumentation, geometrical optics, Fourier optics, signal and image processing, remote sensing, LIDAR, lasers, atmospheric radiation propagation, physical optics, guided optics

     

    ** Language skills

    French: Mother tongue

    English: Independent user (B2 level)

    German: Basics

     

    ** Associative skill

    Chairman of the Student Association

     

    **** Personal skills

    Skill Certificate of civil Security: « Prévention et secours civiques de niveau 1 »

    Passion for nature and the environment

    Sports                                       

    - Football for competition

    - Tennis leisure

    - Mountain hiking and skiing

    Development of a website: www.meublesprioul.fr

    Curiosity about visiting foreign countries: England, Germany, Italy, Finland, Sweden, Spain


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