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    Personal information
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     Date Submitted:17-11-2013
     Last Modified:17-11-2013 (05:43)
    Job information
     Current job:Electrical engineer (satellite navigation)
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsGNSS, EGNOS, integrated circuit design, RF, remote sensing, SAR, signal processing, earth observation, mission design
    CV

    Personal Information

    Birthday: 13th of July 1988

    Nationality: German

    Professional Experience Abroad

    04/2013–09/2013
    European Space Agency, Netherlands

    Industrial Placement/ Master Thesis

    o   Set-up of different GNSS receivers and automatized data processing for GNSS observable characterization in harbour and open sea environment by self-developed MATLAB software

    o   Interference analysis on the data

    o   Evaluation of EGNOS KPIs using RTKLib, Pegasus and self-developed software

    o   Literature study on maritime navigation techniques, requirements and EGNOS KPI computations

    07/2010–09/2010
    Infineon Technologies AG, Malaysia

    Cooperative Bachelor Study Programm

    o   Backend product testing of semiconductors

    Professional Experience in Germany

    10/2011–03/2013
    Infineon Technologies AG, Germany

    Research and Development Engineer

    o   Circuit and layout design of analog radio frequency integrated test circuits in SiGe bipolar and BiCMOS technology for an automotive radar system

    o   Set up of a frequency synthesizer using integrated SiGe bipolar circuits and a FPGA board which was programmed in VHDL

    o   EM simulation of passive devices and transmission lines

    o   Modeling of devices using Verilog-A

    o   Design of test structures for RF characterization of PIN diodes and MOS switches

    10/2008–09/2011
    Infineon Technologies AG, Germany

    Cooperative Bachelor Study Program

    o   Characterization of GMR sensors and integration of a temperature control into an automatized measurement setup

    o   Implementation of an automatized jitter and delay measurement setup for GMR sensors

    o   Circuit and layout design of an integrated operational amplifier in SiGe bipolar technology

     

    Education

    09/2011 – 09/2013
    Technical University Munich, Germany

    Master in Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology

    o   Specializations: Satellite Navigation

    o   Programming exercises : various exercises on GNSS data characterization and processing, signal and image processing, orbit mechanics, numerical modelling and interferometric SAR

    o   Practical tasks and projects: Software GPS receiver design, satellite mission design project, satellite altimetry IT project, booster design project, SqueeSAR algorithm modification, projects on temperature retrieval by a nadir instrument and on optical properties of aerosols and clouds

    o   Lectures: Precise GNSS, GNSS applications, GNSS receiver technology, estimation theory, signal processing, ground and user segment, orbit mechanics, spacecraft and information technology, numerical modelling and lectures in remote sensing and earth sciences

    10/2008 – 09/2011 
    Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University Stuttgart, Germany

    Bachelor in Electrical Engineering; final degree: 1.7 (grading scale: 1.0: best; 4.0: worst)

    o   Specialization: Communications Engineering

    o   Seminar paper 1: Commissioning of radio moduls and implementation of a self-developed transmission protocol

    o   Seminar paper 2: Setup of an automatized measurement station for thermoelectric features of an arrangement of peltier elements using LabView

    o   Bachelor's Thesis: Design and simulation of passive structures for output combination of integrated microwave amplifiers

    09/1999 – 06/2008
    Gymnasium Höchstadt, Germany

    Allgemeines Abitur; final degree: 1.8 (grading scale: 1.0: best; 4.0: worst)

    o   Main subjects: Physics and Sports

    Languages

    German

    Mother tongue

    English

    Fluent

    Spanish

    Basics

    French

    Basics

    Software Skills

    Operating Systems

    Windows, Linux/Unix

    Documentation

    MS Office, Latex

    Development

    Matlab, C/C++, VHDL, Assembler, LabView, Verilog-A

    Software

    Pegasus, Bernese GNSS software, RTKLib

    Music and Sport Activities

    1997-2008

    Coach, judge and performer of synchronized swimming

    2002-2008

    Cellist at the school orchestra and member of the school choir



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