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After a successful launch of a Crew Dragon spacecraft whose crew included a Russian cosmonaut, a Roscosmos official struck a more conciliatory tone about relations with NASA. The post Roscosmos official supports continued cooperation with NASA on ISS appeared first on SpaceNews.
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    - Profession: Electronics Engineer            

    - Date of birth: August 27, 1979.

    - Place of birth: Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    - Current address: S.C. Bariloche, Argentina.

     

    EDUCATION

    Electronics Engineering at the University of Buenos Aires.

    University: University of Buenos Aires (www.fi.uba.ar)

    Degree: Electronics Engineer

    Thesis dissertation: “High Tension and High Current Commutation Device of the Spark-Gap Type for Pulsed Systems.”, at CITEDEF, national laboratories for defense.

     

    WORK  EXPERIENCE

    2003 – 2004:

    - Technician

    - Company: Independent. Computers and other electronic equipment repairing.

     

    2005 – 2007:

    - Research and Development

    - Company: Institute of  Scientific and Technical Research for Defense (CITEDEF), national laboratory. www.citedef.gov.ar

    R&D / thesis student of pulsed power systems, with applications on pulsed gas IR lasers.

     

    2006 – 2007:

    - Technical Consulter Engineer

    - Company: National Commission of Space Activities (CONAE). www.conae.gov.ar

    Technical consultancy in several projects at the equipments department.

     

    2007 – Now:

    - Engineer, senior level.

    - Company: INVAP (  http://www.invap.com.ar/en.html)

     A technology base company, which makes multidisciplinary developments in several differen tareas:

     > The most important of these areas are Nuclear, Space and certain aspects of Industrial projects.

     >It generates customized solutions tailored to suit the specific needs of each client.

     >This includes any or all of the steps of complex projects: feasibility studies, development, design, engineering, purchasing, building, mounting,    start-up, operationand servicing and maintenance.

     

    I have experience in several types of projects and systems, mainly from Nuclear and Aerospace fields, some of them are:

    -       Nuclear fuel cycle, using Laser Isotope Separation (LIS) method, in its early stage of development. Leading the group that develops the main laser systems and optics.

    -       Enrichment of isotopes of commercial interest in the industry also by Laser Isotope Separation (LIS) method.

    -       Decontamination of Tritium from heavy water in PHWR Nuclear power plants’ coolant, using Laser Isotope Separation (LIS) method. I was part of the main group that developed the laser system, the setup for the separation process, systems for collect, measure and data analysis.

    -       Nuclear power plants.

    -       Aerospace field, Radar & Satellites space systems: as an interdisciplinary company, I have been assigned to the Space & Government area for specific engineering tasks reagrding radar systems and satellite systems.

     

    Expertise:

    - Coordination of small groups of highly specialized individuals of several fields of Engineering, Physics and Technicians, toward a common goal. (up to 10 people)

    - Aerospace. (Engineering / Clean Room working)

    - Physics.

    - Pulsed power systems.

    - High Voltage operation.

    - Optics.

    - Laser systems (high power HRR TEA, UV, IR, and CW)

    - Matlab.

    - Programming.

    - CAD design and machining techniques understanding.

    - EMI issues.

    - Electronics.

    - High Vacuum / High pressure systems operation.

    - Knowledge of Analytical Chemistry.

    - Handle hazardous gases.

    - Nuclear radiation and sources.

    - Lab work environments and,

    -Fieldwork conditions.

    I'm a flexible individual capable of confront new tasks within a short time . I (really) like challenges and, if possible, working in interdisciplinary group.

    PUBLICATIONS

    -       “UN-SURVEYED CHARACTERISTICS OF CAPACITIVE DISCHARGE  CIRCUITS FOR PULSED LASERS”. Asociación Física Argentina. [Anales AFA - Vol 20 - 2008 - Buenos Aires]. Authors: G. Santiago, I. Tarnapolsky, I. Rios, M. González.

    -       Other publications concerning IR and UV optics, IR lasers, pulsed power systems and electronics, for internal use only.

    COURSES and CERTIFICATIONS

    -       2013: E311 - Introduction to Programmable Logic Controller Systems, given by FESTO (www.festo.com)

    -       2012: Laser Systems: Design, Operation, Alignment and maintenance; given by LIGHTMACHINERY (www.lightmachinery.com)

    -       2011: RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION COURSE, given by the Nuclear Regulatory Authority of Argentine (www.arn.gov.ar). The course       syllabus covers the following topics:

    ·         Radioactivity and ionizing radiation.

    ·         Interaction between radiation and matter.

    ·         Biological effects of radiation.

    ·         Radiodosimetry and instrumentation.

    ·         Public and occupational radiation protection.

    ·         Safe transport of radioactive materials.

    ·         Fundamentals of radiation protection.

    ·         Protection systems.

    ·         Intervention in accidents and radiological emergencies.

    ·         Radioactive waste management.

    ·         Industrial and medical applications of radiation.

    -       1996: AIRPLANE PILOT. (AirForce; PPA, Leg. Nº 59.679 )

     

    LANGUAGES

    -       Spanish:                     First Language

    -       English:                      Full knowledge. (First Certificate exam)

    -       German:                     (Goethe; taking B1 level)

     

    OTHER SKILLS

    Computer skills:  Excel, Word, Power Point, Windows, etc. LaTex, Matlab, Orcad Spice, AutoCad and Solid Works.

     

    INTERESTS

    Traveling, Languages, Aeronautics, Aerospace, Snowboard, Reading, Swimming, Running.


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