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NASA's fiscal year 2019 budget proposal will include plans to end funding for the International Space Station in 2025, but leaves open the possibility of handing part or all of the station over to private operators. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:09-12-2013
     Last Modified:05-01-2014 (05:17)
    Job information
     Current job:Software engineer for the space industry
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     Keywordsspace software C C++ Java MatLab physics astrophysics
    CV
    My goal :
     
    I'm looking for a job in the space industry as a software engineer.
     
    Technical skills :
     
    -> Space engineering : space systems, space mechanics, space telecommunications
     
    -> Astrophysics : cosmology, stellar physics, plasma physics, fluids mechanics, relativistic physics, quantum physics
     
    Computing skills :
     
    -> Operating systems : Linux , Windows (XP, 7)
    -> Programming languages : C, C++, Java, IDL
    -> Libraries : Qt, Qwt, SDL, SFML
    -> Scientific softwares : MatLab, ENVI
    -> Web technologies : HTML5, CSS3, XML, XSD
    -> Data basis : MySQL
    -> Integrated development environments : Eclipse, CodeBlocks, QtCreator
    -> Office tools : LaTex, Word, Excel, Powerpoint
     
     
     
    Professional experiences :
     
    -> Software engineer at the French space agency CNES   (May 2013 - September 2013)
     
    Subject : Development and validation of a telecom software
     
    Abstract : The telecom software BILS simulates the link budget between the satellite and ground stations
     
    Realizations :
     
    Testing/validating a test model of the telecom software 
    Developing  the capacity for the software to realize a link budget on many ground stations simultaneously
    Upgrading the atmospheric attenuation model of the software 
    Giving capacity of the software to process HDF5 files
    Testing and validating the new version of the software
    Conclusion : Upgrading the CNES's link budget simulator
     
    Technologies used :
     
    C++
    MatLab
    Eclipse
    HDF5
     
     
    -> Software engineer at EADS ASTRIUM via Akka Technology (February 2013 - April 2013)
     
    Subject : Application of an image processing algorithm on JPEG2000 images from Pleiades satellites 
     
    Abstract : Pleiades (Pleiades 1A and Pleiades 1B) is an optical system which goal is to give us earth images with a metric resolution
     
    Realizations :
     
    Working plan to choose the technology which will be used for the image processing (speed tests, JPEG2000, etc ...) 
    Application of the image processing algorithm with the C library named Kakadu
    Generation of a preview image of the final result
    Generation of an icon image of the final result
    Conclusion : Learning of the C library Kakadu and the JPEG2000 format
     
    Technologies used :
     
    C language
    C image processing library Kakadu
    Image formats : JPEG2000, Portable PixMap, Portable GrayMap 
     
     
     
    -> Software engineer at the French space agency CNES via Akka Technology (October 2012 - December 2012)
     
    Subject :  Generation of an animation script used for see satellite trajectories
     
    Abstract : The Doris project consists of looking at satellites trajectories with a centimetric resolution
     
    Realizations :
     
    Data processing from Doris data
    Creation of maps used for visualizing satellite trajectories 
    Generation of animations from these maps
    Creation of an automatisation script
    Conclusion : Upgrading skills of data processing and Linux handling
     
    Technologies used :
     
    Linux 
    Bash scripting
    Free software GMT (Generic Mapping Tools)
     
     
     
    -> Internship at THALES ALENIA SPACE (March 2012 - July 2012)
     
    Subject :  Software development for the GMES project
     
    Abstract : The software generates maps used for visualizing of environmental parameters : speed of wind, sea flow power, sea temperature
     
    Realizations :
     
    Client-server architecture with Java EE technology
    Map generation with the IDL technology
    Implementation of OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) standards  : WPS, WMS et CS-W
    Writing of installation and using manuals
    Writing of an internship rapport and oral presentation 
    Conclusion : Great overview of the spatial industry; upgrading programming skills 
    Technologies used : 
    Java EE
    IDL/ENVI
    XML/XSD
    Eclipse
    SVN
    OGC standards : Web Processing Service, Web Map Service, Catalogue Service for the Web
     
     
     
     
    -> Internship  at the French laboratory for scientific research CNRS (February 2011 - May 2011)
     
     
    Subject : Development of a physical model simulating the growth rate of galaxy clusters taking account of the spatial distribution of matter density 
     
    Abstract : Starting from the general relativity, the goal of the internship was to build a easy handling model of this physics phenomena with realistic results comparing to the standard model of cosmology
     
    Realizations :
     
    Development of the mathematical model starting from general relativity theory
    Development of the numerical model with the IDL programming language
    Comparisons with the standard model of cosmology with good results (error margins are less than 5%)
    Writing of an internship rapport and oral presentation
    Conclusion : Learning of an independent working method as a scientist; upgrading programming skills
     
    Technologies used : 
     
    IDL programming language
    Scientific publications on theorical physics
     
     
     
    -> Internship  at the French laboratory for scientific research CNRS  (June 2010 - August 2010)
     
     
    Subject : Mathematical work on modified theories of gravitation 
     
    Abstract : Study of the Casimir effect and his implication on the cosmological constant value
     
    Realizations : 
     
    Learning and manipulating basics of quantum electrodynamics
    Writing of an internship rapport 
    Conclusion : Discovering the world of scientific research
     
    Working methods :
     
    Publications from scientific research 
    Lectures on quantum electrodynamics : Feynman, Landau, Dyson
     
     
     
    Education :
     
     
    Master's degree in space engineering – Space techniques and Instrumentation (2012)
    Toulouse University - France
     
    Master's degree in astrophysics – Astrophysics, Space sciences and Planetology (2011)
    Toulouse University - France
     
     
    Languages :
     
    -> French : mother tongue
    -> English : fluent 
    -> Spanish : basis
     
     
    Interest centers :
     
    -> Combat sports : Thai boxing, Jiu-jitsu, Krav Maga
    -> Sciences and new technologies
    -> Economics and finance
     


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