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     Date Submitted:14-02-2014
     Last Modified:18-02-2014 (02:53)
    Job information
     Current job:Electronics design engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordselectronics development expert with additional skills in project management, mechanical CAD (CATIAv5) and programming.
    CV

    birth date: 18-04-1985

    gender: male

    drivers license: yes

    Nationalities: Dutch and French

    Marital status: single

    City: Harkstede, Netherlands

     

    Curriculum Vitae / Résumé

     


      Summary

    I am an electronics design engineer with programming skills, experience in designing mechanical parts in CATIA as well as in managing hardware and software design projects and teams.

    Specialties: electronic schematic and PCB design, mechanical CAD (CATIA), rapid prototyping, product concept development, engineering project management.

      Education

    9/2003 – 8/2007  Hanzehogeschool Groningen in The Netherlands. Bachelor’s degree in electronics design engineering.

    § Semester in France at the “Université de technologie de Troyes” from 9/2006 until 1/2007 with courses in mechanical design (3D volumetric modeling), embedded programming, information system security, Mandarin Chinese language, French language.

     

      1997 – 2003  Highschool at Belcampo, Groningen in The Netherlands.

    § Obtained the “Havo” degree. Profile: physics and technology with information systems (computer programming) as a specialty course.

    Work experience

    Mechanical and electronics design engineer

    06/2009 – 12/2013 INCAS3, Assen, The Netherlands

    The first member of the engineering team in a newly formed academic research institute focusing on sensors and sensor systems.

    Development of various technology demonstrators and prototype devices. Hereby acquired experience in PCB design (Altium & Proteus), mechanical design (CATIAv5), rapid prototyping/3D printing. Specific experience in (management of) the development of:

    ·        PCBs with fast sub-Ghz analogue and digital signals,

    ·        wireless sensor networks and sensor motes,

    ·        rugged systems,

    ·        Photon detection systems for gamma radiation spectroscopy based on photo multiplier tubes as well as silicon photo multipliers.

     

    Founder of Megahard

    July 2011 - Present

    Megahard is a company offering technology development and technology design services and consulting to research institutes and universities.

     

    Practical training developer/instructor

    10/2007 – 05/2009  Hanze Institute of Technology, Assen, The Netherlands

    §Closely involved in the development of a unique new bachelor’s degree curriculum in sensor technology as well as the institute in the startup and running phases.

    §Externship at Sun Microsystems in California (USA) on the topic of wireless sensor networks; Sunspots.

    §Designed the building’s main engineering research and development lab.

    §Responsible for the development, preparation and offering of lab courses and student projects around the disciplines of electrical engineering, sensor technology, computers science, biology, chemistry and mechanical engineering.

    §Acting as student research project tutor.

    §Involved in organizing student recruitment fairs (Netherlands and Bulgaria).

    §Acting as the buyer for the institute.

     

    Electronics Engineer in robotics (thesis project)

    2/2007 – 7/2007  Hanzehogeschool Groningen, The Netherlands

    § Designing of an intelligent robot within a multidisciplinary environment in a team of five people.

    §Project manager to lead the team towards a good problem analysis, design and planning.

    §Writing of a software driver in the form of an ActiveX API dll (Delphi Pascal)

     

    Telecom system integrator (internship)

    2/2006 - 8/2006  Zenitel Caribbean B.V., Willemstad, Curacao

    §Assignment: the development of software that provides the possibility send a query to a database in the form of an SDS message from a portable radio over the established TETRA (Chuchubi) communications network.

    §The Company:Zenitel Caribbean B.V. is the operator of the Chuchubi telecommunications network (more commonly known as the TETRA protocol)   based in the Dutch Antilles and Aruba. This network is similar to a mobile phone network. Zenitel Caribbean B.V. is part of the international Zenitel group.

    §Goal of the internship:attract major potential clients (especially police and the coastguard) by demonstrating the aformentioned service to them. Both the coastguard and police are now clients of Zenitel Caribbean B.V.

     

    Embedded systems programmer (internship)

    9/2004 - 1/2005  Testprint B.V., Heerenveen, The Netherlands

    §Assignment: embedded system software development of a user interface for laboratory robotics in ANSI C. Another completed task was the development of a visual user interface design program in Delphi Pascal which generated ANSI C code for the embedded system.

    §The Company: suppliers of laboratory (robotic) equipment in the printing ink industry.

     

    Languages

    §Dutch:  mother tongue

    §Portuguese:  intermediate

    §English:  fluent

    §Chinese Mandarin:  beginner

    §French:  mother tongue

    §Spanish: fluent

    §German:  intermediate

     

    Social tasks

    2003 – 2006 Simplon concert hall, Groningen

    §Organize a two yearly music, culture and arts festival called “RanchoFest” in a concert hall in the city of Groningen (The Netherlands) as the leader of various teams of volunteers. The festival eventually had around 1000 paying visitors.

    Software skills

    §Mechanical and electonics CAD packages: CATIA V5, Altium designer, Proteus VSM (ISIS and ARES), Solidworks, Dimension 3D printer, Shapeways rapid prototyping...

    §Operating systems and office packages: Microsoft office suite, Windows, Squack embedded Java VM, Arduino.

    §Programming languages and IDE's: php, MySQL, Delphi pascal, Netbeans Java, ANSI C, Eclipse Java, Arduino, databases, multithreading, writing of networking software, Python, Labview.

     

     

    Certifications

    §2006 VCA diploma (job safety, The Netherlands)

    §2007 French language at European level B2

    §2010 Brazilian Portuguese CELPA BRAS certification: intermediate level.

    §2012 pS alive safety course (petroleum industry, Canada)

    §2012 WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System, Canada)

    §2012 First aid CPR/AED (Canada)

    Hobbies

    §Paintball

    §Surfing

    §Scuba diving

    §Stock market options trading

    §Travel

    §Computers (music production, programming).

    §Musical instruments: bass guitar, drum, keyboard.

    §Electronics & mechanical design

    §Real estate trading

     

     



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