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     Date Submitted:31-10-2013
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     Current job:Mechanical / Thermal engineer
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsI have 6.5 years of experience as a Thermal / Mechanical engineer in the development of satellite payloads dedicated to Science or Earth observation. I have organisational and reporting abilities in the frame of the development of units’ thermo-mechani
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           Mechanical & Thermal Engineer

     

    I have 6.5 years of experience as a Thermal / Mechanical engineer in thedevelopment of satellite payloads dedicated to Science or Earth observation.

    I have organisational and reporting abilities in the frame of the development of units’ thermo-mechanical architectures. I am also able to manage a technical team.

    Education and training

    2009 (1 week)

    2009 (1 week)

    2007 (1 week)

     

    Feb. – Jun 2006

     

     

     

    2003 – 2006

    ♦         NASTRAN Dynamic computations – MSC Software – Courtaboeuf, FRANCE

    ♦        Opto-mechanical Design – Institut d’Optique – Palaiseau, FRANCE

    ♦         Space Thermal Engineering – EPSILON Engineering – Toulouse, FRANCE

     

           ♦      Internship MBDA France (ramjet propulsion service) – Bourges, FRANCE.

    Study of a hypersonic ramjet test bench.

    •  Test bench thermo-mechanical & cooling computations.

     

    ♦      ECAM Engineering school (Master degree in general engineering) – Lyon, FRANCE.

    Professionalexperiences

    January 2013 to present

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ♦         Consultant at EADS SODERN – Limeil Brévannes (FRANCE) – http://www.sodern.com

    Thermal / Mechanical engineer :

    •   I am responsible for the thermo-mechanical development of various space instruments:

    ⇒  MTG LASER for THALES ALENIA SPACE – IRS interferometer – METEOSAT 3rd Generation Mission, ESA,

    ⇒  Scrambler for ASTRIUM Germany – Sentinel 4 – METEOSAT 3rd Generation Mission, ESA,

    ⇒  Star trackers,

    ⇒  Responses to calls for tender for space instruments,

    •   I have performed preliminary thermo-mechanical computations in order to define the global thermo-mechanical architectures of space equipment,

    •   I have written down requirements for thermal and mechanical models and tests,

    •   I take on project activities :

    ⇒  Technical team management (mechanical designers, thermal & mechanical engineers) – 6 persons. Planning, Financial budgets management.

     

    2007 – 2011

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    Nov, Dec 2012

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ♦         CNRS – LATMOS Laboratory – St Quentin en Yvelines (FRANCE)– http://www.latmos.ipsl.fr

    Thermal Engineeron the PHEBUS spectrometer – BepiColombo ESA mission – Study of the planet Mercury:

    •   Thermal Engineering: I was responsible for the thermal control of PHEBUS:

    ⇒  I performed geometrical & mathematical thermal models of PHEBUS & sub-systems with ESARAD / ESATAN : detailed models, reduced models,

    ⇒  I participated to the instrument integration in clean room: MLI handling, heaters bonding…

    ⇒  I organised and realised tests campaigns of PHEBUS and sub-systems: tests setup, thermal balances, thermal vacuums, solar simulator (in Japan, at the JAXA facility),

    ⇒  I correlated thermal models according to tests results,

    ⇒  I wrote down all the associated reports intended for ESA.

    •   Mechanical Engineering:

    ⇒  I did the design of mechanical parts (CATIA V5), and participated to mechanical parts integration. I was also involved in mechanical test campaigns (vibrations, shocks),

    •   Optical Engineering:

    ⇒  I designed optical components (mirror) and optical benches dedicated to the PHEBUS instrument calibrations,

       •   International relationships: ESA(The Netherlands), RUAG (Austria), Padova University (Italia), Tokyo University & JAXA (Japan), IKI (Russia).

    Languages

     

    ♦        French: mother tongue,

    ♦        English: Good skills, both written and oral.

    Software

     

    ♦         Thermal Engineering: ESARAD / ESATAN,

    ♦         Mechanical Engineering: CATIA V5 (Design & Computations), PATRAN / NASTRAN,

    ♦        Microsoft Office.

    Personal Projects

    February to October 2012

    ♦         Round the World trip (South America, Oceania, South East of Asia).

    Hobbies

     

    ♦        Travelling,

    ♦         First Aid at Work Certificate (FAWC),

    ♦         Sports : Hiking, skiing, running,

    ♦         Charity organization.



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