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Tucked into the details of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act that President Trump signed into law Dec. 12 is a long overdue recognition of the first American astronauts who were lost in service to their country while practicing for a mission. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:25-12-2013
     Last Modified:30-12-2013 (05:05)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsTeamwork, leadership, creativity, adaptability, innovative
    CV

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    10/2013 – 04/2014

    Forum BEST Madrid Coordinator - Volunteer

    BEST Madrid (bestmadrid.org)

    Coordinator and main responsible of the job fair Forum BEST Madrid. I lead a team of more than 40 students of technology of Technical University of Madrid (UPM) during the organisation of the job fair. I manage the projects and the people involved in the organisation, working with determined deadlines, goals and budgets. Soft skills acquired: leadership, management and administration of teams and time, teamwork, strategic planning.

    08/2011 – 10/2012

    Secretary and Management of BEST Madrid - Volunteer

    BEST Madrid (bestmadrid.org)

    I led and manage a team of 40+ students of UPM, members of the European NGO called BEST, during the organisation of 11 events: 2 engineering competitions, 1 course in soft skills, 1 job fair and 4 internal events needed for the organisation of BEST as a whole. 20,000€ obtained during my mandate. Soft skills acquired: teamwork, leadership, conflict solving or project management, among others.

    03/2011 – present

    Volunteer at Board of European Students of Technology (BEST)

    BEST (best.eu.org)

    Volunteer at European NGO of students of technology BEST, organising international projects such as engineering competitions and other events to improve the high education in Europe. Active member in two international committees (Educational Committee and External Events Committee) participating in 19 events. The work is done in English by students from several European countries.

     

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    07/2013

    Aerospace Engineer (5 years – Equivalent to MSc. in Aerospace Engineering)

    Technical University of Madrid (UPM) - Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Aeronáuticos (ETSIA)

    Acquisition of deep knowledge in Fluid Mechanics, Flight Mechanics, Engines, Propulsion, Chemistry, Material Science (metal and composites), Physics, Maths, Structures Design, Geometry, Orbital Mechanics, Aerodynamics and computing (Fortran, Matlab).

    09/2012 – 05/2013

    Final Thesis: Aerodynamic Analysis of a Deployable Re-entry Capsule in Rarefied Regimes.

    Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (Naples, Italy) - Dipartamento d'Aerospaziale

    ERASMUS. I developed and studied the flight performance of a deployable capsule during its re-entrance in the atmosphere at high speed. I took an important decision about the final opening procedure of the thermal protection system.

    Skills: Direct Simulation Monte Carlo, Flight and Fluid Mechanics, multidisciplinary work, decision making. Thesis written in English.

     

    10/2013 – 06/2014

     

    Master in Finances

    University of Alcala (Madrid, Spain) – International Center of Financial Training (CIFF)

    Knowledge acquired at master level in Economics, Macroeconomics, Accounting, Finance, Corporate Finance, Microfinances, Project Finance and Risk Management and Analysis.

    This master is considered as TOP 5 in the ranking of masters in finances taught in Spain, according to Diario El Mundo.

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue

    Spanish

    Other languages

    English, Italian, Mandarin Chinese (basic), French (basic)

    Communication skills

    Good interpersonal and communication skills, able to work in a multi-cultural environment, both independently and as part of a team, due to my experience abroad, namely ERASMUS Exchange (8 months), plus three courses on technology 10-days-long in European countries: Hungary (July, 2012), Greece (July, 2013) and Slovenia (Sept., 2013).

    Organisational / managerial skills

    ▪  Strong analytical, strategic and formulating skills, and be self-motivated and disciplined. Systematic work, creativity and an innovative attitude.

    ▪  Coaching: official couch of BEST Trento, guiding them in the organisation of a course in technology. Communication in Italian.

    ▪  Strategic planning and personal managing due to my experience as "Manager and Team Leader" during the design of a missile air-ground and a scientific satellite (MEO orbit), at E.T.S.I.A – UPM (2011/2012).

    ▪  Leadership, team coordination, project and budget managing, teamwork and conflict solving, due to my experience as Management of BEST Madrid and coordinator. In addition, due to the assistance to seminaries in Valladolid (Spain, 2011), Grenoble (France, 2011) and Aveiro (Portugal, 2012).

    ▪  Development of two satellite devices (Can-Sat) for two competitions, as team leader and responsible of structure design (2010).

    Computer skills

    Advanced user of Microsoft Office, Google Drive, FORTRAN, Direct Simulation Monte Carlo, LaTeX, Windows, Solid Edge, Catia V5, Rinhoceros and SteCal.

    Intermediate user of MATLAB, Maple, C++, QuickBasic and Linux.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

    Honours and awards

     

    ▪  Pegasus Certificate for successfully completing Aerospace Engineering within one of the partner institutions of the PEGASUS network obtaining the skills required to the exercise of Engineering profession in Aeronautics or Aerospace (Dec., 2013).

    ▪  Pegasus Award in recognition of my special achievements in European Cooperation though proficiency in one foreign European language (Italian) and successful participation in 8 months international exchange programme.

    ▪  Second award at the international can-sat competition "C'Space contest" organised by CNES (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales) in Biscarrosse (France, 2010).

    ▪  First award of telemetry category at the international can-sat contest "All you can fly" organised by LEEM (Microgravity and Spatial Research Laboratory) in Madrid (Spain, 2010).

    ▪  Special award given by CNES representative at "All you can fly" contest.

    Seminars

     

    ▪  Entrepreneurship initiative: Seminar 35h-long, taught in University of Alcala in collaboration with EOI (Industrial Management School) in Madrid (Spain, 2013).

    ▪  Course 35h-long in "Composite materials and environmental applications" by University of Crete (Greece, 2013). Taught in English.

    ▪  Course 30h-long in "Composite materials and advanced plastics" by University of Pannonia (Hungary, 2012). Taught in English.

    ▪  Seminar of "Conflict solving, knowledge management and transfer, leadership, strategic planning"(Valladolid, Spain, 2011). Taught in English.

    ▪  Seminar of "Effective meetings, teamwork and virtual teamwork, time management" (Grenoble, France, 2011). Taught in English.

    ▪  Participation in the "III Congress: Spanish Space Students" organised by LEEM (Zaragoza, Spain, 2008).



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