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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:28-11-2013
     Last Modified:29-11-2013 (08:04)
    Job information
     Current job:Optical Test Bench Manager
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSpacecraft Optical Instrument Engineer, Spacecraft operations Engineer, Spacecraft dynamics Engineer, Spacecraft control Engineer, MatLab, LabVIEW
    CV

    Objective

    I am a space science post graduate student willing to work meticulously to achieve innovative and tremendous results for my employer and to create mutual benefits for the company and myself, in a continuous and dynamic development process.

    I am a determined aspirant keen to work for the collective growth of the industry and strive towards excellence in all spheres of activity and approach. Eye to key-details and meticulous attempts are my potential. I go along entirely with the words, ‘Quality is never an accident, but the result of intelligent effort!’

    Education

    Qualification

    Institution & University

    Year

    Aggregate

    Joint European Master in Space Science and Technology

    University of Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier, France

    2014

    60 ECTS

    Joint European Master in Space Science and Technology

    Erasmus Mundus

    (Semester 1, Semester 2)

    Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany

    Lulea University of Technology, Kiruna, Sweden

    2012-13

    60 ECTS

    Bachelor of Engineering

    (Aeronautics)

    Anna University of Technology, Coimbatore

    2011

    8.4 SGPA/

    6.9 CGPA

    Senior Secondary

    CMRHSS & Kerala State Board

    2005

    80%

    Secondary School AISSE

    Mubarak English School, CBSE, New Delhi

    2003

    93%

    Work Experience

    Optical Research Bench Manager – Intern – Currently Ongoing (November 2013 – February 2014)

    Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie (IRAP, Toulouse, France)

    ·         Developing a system design for controlling and testing optical instruments on a test bench for the CTA Project (Cherenkov Telescopic Array).

    ·         Software for data acquisition for continuous and pulsed photon beams responses for different optic filters in LabVIEW and modeling high energy Y-ray detection.

    ·         Design optimization of optics like Winston Cones preceding the photomultipliers for varying angular responses and minimum photon loss

     

    Business Development Manager (April 2011 – October 2012)

    Evobotics India Private Limited (Evobotics, Kochi – Kerala; http://www.evobotics.net)

    ·         Developing business methods and incorporating techniques to gather wider marker audience.

    ·         Bulding relationships and mutual understanding between various companies

    ·         Research and Development related activities in the industry and increasing knowledge-base.

    ·         Primary reports about business generation and optimization of Key-Result Areas (KRA)

     

    Project – Pratt & Whitney 4056 Engine RCC (February 2011 – March 2011)

    Air India Engineering Operations, Santa Cruz, Mumbai (PW4056 and Major Maintanence Division)

    ·         Project report on the proposed modifications for the present 4000 series engines mounted on Boeing 747

    ·         Contemporary adaptation of Ring Case Configuration (RCC) on High Pressure Compressor (HPC) section of PW 4056 for increased competence, noise reduction and avoidance of unstable behavior at controlled situations

    ·         New design concepts increasing efficiency like ATFI (Advanced Technology (Turbo) Fan Integrator.

    ·         New Turbofan concepts, advanced combustor technologies, tie-shaft ring case, blisks, and other proposals for added features using meshing and analysis (CFD) tools to check the integrity and loading

     

    Robotics Engineer (January 2006 – October 2007)

    Evobotics India Private Limited (Evobotics, Hyderabad – Andhra Pradesh; http://www.evobotics.net)

    ·         Lead a team of 4 engineering trainees(GET) to develop products based on Artificial Intelligence

    ·         Teaching student groups (primary and high school to college undergrads) in Robotics and Workshops/Presentations and interactive sessions about technology development in the modern world.

    ·         Research in the field of Robotics and building new devices by applying more sensory perception to the devices that are already used to teach students in the field of Robotics.

     

    Academic Honor

     Honor description

    Certificate of Merit

    Top 0.1% Successful Candidatesall over India.

    Xth Course grades

    90.8% marksin accelerated courses for the public exam

    NSTSE

    94.8% marks achieved in All India Exam (National Science Talent Search Examination)

    Physics Academy

    14th Rank in All Kerala Examination Conducted by the Physics Academy

    Management Award

    Top Scorer at college for the paper ‘Principles of Management’

    University of Cambridge

    EBEK Language Laboratories. Topper for the ESOL Examinations

     

    Interest/Activity

     Positions held, honors or letters received

    Association Secretary

    Elected as the Departmental Association Secretary for ACME(Committee of Meticulous Aeronautical Engineers)

    Flight Training IITK

    Flew and tested Piper Saratoga, Sinus-212 Glider

    Le Bourget 2011, & Aero Engineering 2011, UK

    Participated at workshops in Paris at LeBourget International Airshow 2011. Presented in the Aero Engineering Show 2011 at Birmingham, UK from Evobotics India

    College Magazine

    Chief Editor. Inter-departmental college tabloids and magazines released.

    EBEK Cambridge

    Topper. Outsourced by the EBEK Language Laboratories of the Cambridge University Language Lab

    Honorary Award

    Best student entrepreneur of the year award - 2009 by Department of Management, Hindusthan Institute of Technology

    National Service Scheme (NSS)

     Service Scheme Associate (SSA) and Camp Partying President

    Robotic Camp

    Lead a robotic camp of over 400 students in Chirec Public School, Hyderabad

    Computer Skills

    ·         Languages – MatLab (Expert), LabVIEW (Intermediate), Visual Basic (Expert), C/C++, HTML, PHP, XML

    ·         Design – Dassault Systemes Catia V6 R2009 (Intermediate), Wildfire Pro/Engineer (Beginner), CFD (Fluent), Ansys Design Software (Beginner), Adobe Photoshop (Expert),

    ·         Operating Systems – Microsoft Windows (Experienced), Linux Fedora (Intemediate)

     

    Language Proficiency

    English (Fluent), Arabic (Good), German (Basic), Hindi (Fluent), Tamil (Fluent), Urdu (Fluent), Malayalam (Fluent), 

    Reference (Contact available on request)

    1.       Peter Von Ballmoos (Pricipal Investigator, Europen Balloon Project)

    2.       Jean Pierre (Research Head, CTA Project)

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