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     Date Submitted:05-12-2013
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     Current job:Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Application Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsQuality monitoring and scientific algorithm validation of biophysical and radiation remote sensing products. Development of products from satellite data.
    CV

    Born in Valencia (Spain). May, 22th 1984

    Profile and objective:

    Technical training in remote sensing. Focus on challenging projects related to Earth observation.

     

    Professional Experience:

    Feb.2011-present

     

    EOLAB SPAIN (Valencia, Spain) -Earth Observation Application and Remote Sensing Processing Engineer.

     

          Project

    COPERNICUS. GIO GLOBAL LAND COMPONENT (GMES Initial Operations)

    Founding

    European Commission

    Other Participants

    HYGEOS, VITO,  IPMA, Météo-France, INRA, CNES

    Period of participation

    2013-present (ends in 2016)

    Tasks

    Scientific quality monitoring and scientific algorithm validation of biophysical and radiation remote sensing products.

     Project

    FP7 IMAGINES

    Founding

    European Commission

    Period of participation

    2012-present (ends in 2016)

    Tasks

    Scientific validation and Users Interface (product distribution through the Spanish National Plan of Remote Sensing - PNT). Ground data campaigns processing and generating image products by Up-scaling ground data

    P  Project

    VALSE2 (VALidation of SEntinel-2): Exploitation of ESA campaigns for Sentinel-2 Level2 Validation.

    Founding

    ESA

    Other Participants

    INRA (coordinator), MAGELLIUM, CRRS

    Period of participation

    2012-2013

    Tasks

    Ground data analysis and validation algorithms.

          Project

    Geoland2 (GMES): Towards an Operational Land Monitoring Core service.

    Founding

    European Commission

    Other Participants

    HYGEOS (coordinator), INRA, CNES, VITO

    Period of participation

    2011-2012 (starts in 2008)

    Tasks

    Scientific validation of radiation and vegetation remote sensing products.

          Project

    LSA SAF: Land Surface Analysis Satellite applications Facility.

    Founding

    EUMETSAT

    Other Participants

    Universitat de València, IPMA

    Period of participation

    2011-2013 (starts in 2008)

    Tasks

    Technical assistance to the University of Valencia in the development of FAPAR product from MSG (SEVIRI) data

     

     

     

    Jun.2013-present

    FREELANCE. Technician performing Existing Building Energy Certification

     

     

    Jul.2010-Feb.2011

     

    PTV TELECOM(Valencia, Spain) - Network Designer.

    ·         Design and drawing of mixed network (Coax + Optical Fiber) for DTV, Internet and Phone services.

    ·         Reform Network and incident management.

     

    Jan.2010-Jul.2010

     

    INDRA BMB(Valencia, Spain) - Help Desk.

    ·         Technical Support, analysis of incidents and maintenance customer services ONO (DTV, Internet, Phone).

     

     


    Academic Formation:

     

    2011. Universidad Politécnica de Valencia.

    MSC Telecommunications Engineer.

    ·         Master thesis: Validación científica del producto global de ALBEDO estimado a partir de datos de SPOT/VEGETATION en el contexto de GMES.

     

    Languages:

     

    ·         Spanish(mother tongue)

    ·         Catalan(mother tongue)

    ·         English

    Speaking (Basic Level) / Writing  & Reading (Intermediate Level)

     

     

    Contribution to Project Reports:

    ·               J. Sánchez, C. Latorre, F. Camacho, N. Kussul. S. Serhiy, K. Oleksiy (2013). Vegetation Field Data and Production of Ground-Based Maps: Pshenichne site, Ukraine. 14th may and 15th June 2013. IMAGINES (EC Proposal Reference N° FP7-311766). EOLAB

    ·               J. Sánchez, F. Camacho, (2013). Quality Monitoring Report: SURFACE ALBEDO SPOT/VGT V1 and V0. January-June 2013. Gio-GL (Framework Service Contract Nº 388533 JRC). EOLAB.

    ·               F. Camacho, J. Sánchez, (2013). Quality Monitoring Report: LAI, FAPAR, FCOVER GEOV1. LAI, FCOVER GEOV0. January-June 2013. Gio-GL (Framework Service Contract Nº 388533 JRC). EOLAB.

    ·               J. Sánchez, F. Camacho, (2013). Generating image products by Up-Scaling ground data. VALSE2 (Task-1.1.3). EOLAB.

    ·               J. Sánchez, F. Camacho, (2012). Validation Report of BioPar GSA Albedo Products. Geoland-2 (EC Proposal Reference No. FP7-7-218795. Draft version). EOLAB.

    ·               F. Camacho, J. Sánchez, (2012). Analysis of ground level data. VALSE2 (Ref. VALSE2_TN_019_EOLAB). EOLAB.

    ·               F. Camacho, J. Sánchez, (2012). Validation Report of Global BioPar SPOT/VGT Albedo Products. Geoland-2 (g2-BP-RP-BP022). EOLAB.

     

    Publications in Conference Proceedings

    ·               J. Sánchez, F. Camacho, R. Lacaze, B. Smets, (2014). Continuous Quality Monitoring of Copernicus Global Land Albedo products based on SPOT/VGT observations. Land Products Validation and Evolution Workshop (in press). 28-30 January 2014, ESRIN-ESA, Frascati (Rome), Italy.

    ·               F. Camacho, J. Sánchez, F. Baret, M. Weiss, A. Verger, R. Lacaze, B. Smets, (2014). Quality Assessment and Continuous Quality Monitoring of SPOT/VGT LAI, FAPAR global products in the Coperticus Global Land Service. Land Products Validation and Evolution Workshop (in press). 28-30 January 2014, ESRIN-ESA, Frascati (Rome), Italy.

    ·               J. Sánchez, F. Camacho, R. Lacaze y miembros FLUXNET, (2013). Validación del producto Global de albedo derivado con SPOT/VGT en el contexto del programa COPERNICUS. XV Congreso de la Asociación Española de Teledetección. 22-24 October,  INTA Madrid, Spain.

    ·               F. Camacho, F. Baret, M. Weiss, R. Fernandes, B. Berthelot, J. Sánchez, C. Latorre, J. García-Haro, R. Duca,(2013). Validación de algoritmos para la obtención de variables biofísicas con datos SENTINEL2 en la ESA: Proyecto VALSE-2. XV Congreso de la Asociación Española de Teledetección. 22-24 October,  INTA Madrid, Spain.

    ·               Fernando Camacho de Coca, Jorge Sánchez, Crystal Schaaf, Frederic Baret, Marie Weiss, Alessandro Cescatti, Roselyne N Lacaze, (2012). Validation of Geoland-2 SPOT/VGT albedo products by using CEOS Olive methodology. AGU Fall Meeting (IN53B-1731 Quality Assessment of Satellite-Derived Land Surface Variables III Posters). 3-7 December, San Francisco, USA.

    ·               Camacho, F.; Sanchez, J.; Lacaze, R.; Schaaf, C. B.; Cescatti, A.; (2012). Validation of GEOLAND-2 global Albedo products based on SPOT/ VEGETATION observations. (EGU General Assembly 2012, Vol. 14, EGU2012-3474-1). 22-27 April, Vienna, Austria.

     

    Symposiums:

    ·               2012, November 27-29: Jornadas sobre tecnologías y aplicaciones de las comunicaciones espaciales. UPV Valencia, Spain. EOLAB participant as business partner.

     

     


    Technological tools:

    ·         Experience working programming IDL algorithms and ENVI tools.

    ·         MATLAB tools and programming.

    ·         Autocad design.

    ·         Different programming languages: C++, Java.

    ·         Programming and electronic design (VHDL, Orcad)

    ·         Knowledge of operating system architecture (Windows, UNIX)

    ·         Databases, Spreadsheets, word Processors, Graphic design.

     

    Other Specialized Training:

     

    ·         2011. Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Object-oriented programming. Java. (45 hours)

    ·         2011. Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Virtual Reality for Engineers. Brainstorm Studio. (45 hours)



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