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    ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

    ·       2013 PhD in Biomedical Sciences. Departmentof Medical Sciences. UCA University (Pontificia Santa María de los Buenos Aires)- Buenos Aires, Argentina. Thesis topic: Psychophysiological Alterations and their Impact in Human Behavior during long-term Planetary Mission Simulation. Currently attending.

    ·       2009-2011: Masters of Science (MSc) - Space Studies – University of North Dakota – ND, USA. Thesis topic: “Current Development of the NDX-1 Planetary Prototype: Critical Analysis of the actual Status: Microbiology Aspect: Biocontamination Detection in the NDX-1 Pressure Containing Bladder – Thermodynamic Aspect: Development of a Liquid Cooling Garment for the NDX-1”.
    GPA: 3.885/4.

    ·       2004-2009: Bachelor of Science in Physics with a minor in Education and a minor in Mechanical Engineering– Comahue University – Neuquén, Argentina. GPA: 9/10

    ·       2004-2005: Flight OperationsOfficer- AviationTraining Center “Centro de Estudios de Formación Aeronáutica (C.E.F.A.)” - San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina. GPA: 9.37/10.

               

    INTRODUCTORY LETTER

    I first got involved with space activities as a student participant of the Pehuensat R&D National Project in 1999. My responsibility was to co-ordinate a student team to study low-altitude satellites. The Pehuensat-1 Satellite, developed by the Comahue University jointly with the Argentine Association for Space Technology (AATE) was launched January 10th, 2007 along with ISRO's PSLV C-7 Rocket from Sriharikota - India, being the first payload from an Argentine University to fly in a launch vehicle.

    During 1999 an international student project called Starshine was created, organized by the Rocky Mountains NASA Space Grant Consortium and Dr. Gilbert Moore, at the University of Utah. Its main objective was to determine the variation of atmospheric density during a certain period of time based on orbital parameters of satellites in low altitude. Students from all over the world were invited to participate in the measurement of the orbital data, as well as to polish and grind the covering mirrors of three spherical satellites (Starshine I, II and III). The development of the objectives was a success and I had the opportunity to write and present several papers in different space congresses in Argentina. This project allowed me to work with students from different Universities of Argentina and the rest of the world. Scientists in charge of different phases spent five years working on this project, and not only did they give the students their best support, but they also encouraged them to work as a single unit chasing the same goal: The evolution of knowledge based on scientific teamwork and human relations.

    In 2000 I volunteered to work in Project PADE (Argentinean Package of Experiments). This project consisted of seven microgravity experiments designed and built by different Institutions in Argentina, such as Comahue University. The PADE flew on board of Space Shuttle Endeavour in mission STS-108 in December 2001 and was the First Latin American Get Away Special Canister to fly into Space. It was managed and supported by the Argentine Association for Space Technology (AATE).

    In 2004 I was selected as a delegate by the Space Generation Congress Delegates Committee (SGCD) from the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) in support of the United Nations Program on Space Applications to attend the 'Explorers Wanted' Space Generation Congress in Vancouver, Canada. I joined two hundred other highly motivated students from all over the world to develop ideas for the future exploration of space. As part of an international team, we were able to integrate the different status of several National Space Programs and analyze any possibility of future international cooperation. During SGC I also presented two papers at the International Astronautical Congress IAC- 2004: the first one on drop vibration in microgravity and the second one on stratospherical balloons and free-falling capsules.

    In 2005 I was awarded with an internship at the Department of Microgravity of the School of Engineering at Comahue University as an assistant for a regional Project on “Wind Energy and reception of Satellite Images”. I also worked on a student project related to stratospherical balloons and aerodynamic deceleration (Parachute Design) in the Microgravity Laboratory of the same University.

    That same year, I obtained the Licence of Flight Operations Officer (Aircraft Dispatcher), awarded by the Aviation Training Center C.E.F.A. in San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina.

    In 2006 I began to work as an Undergraduate Student Assistant at the School of Engineering, mostly in the area of Aerodynamics and Thermodynamics.

    In 2009 I obtained a BS in Physics with a minor in Education and Mechanical Engineering. The topic of my final research project was: “Educational Strategies in Microgravity”, presenting an experiment on fluids conducted in the free-fall Tower of Comahue University.  That same year I was awarded a scholarship by the Space Studies Department of the University of North Dakota (UND) to pursue the MSc in Space Studies.

    During my time at UND, I initially worked as a Graduate Student Assistant for the course: “SpSt 200: Introduction to Space Studies, and then I worked as a Research Assistant at UND Space Suit Laboratory under the supervision of Dr. Pablo de León until the end of the program. I became part of a research project called “NASA EPSCOR 2009: Integrated Strategies for the Human Exploration of the Moon and Mars”, whose main objective is to design, build and integrate an inflatable lunar habitat, two planetary prototypes and two electric rovers for a four- member crew to simulate planetary operations during a six-month mission period. The integrated system, together with the NDX-2 planetary prototype, was first tested in October 2013 in a 10-day mission simulation. In 2010 I received the “Outstanding Graduate Student” award by the UND Department of Space Studies. In 2011 I graduated from the MSc Program and my thesis presented a microbiological analysis (Biocontamination of Latex vs. Neoprene as candidate materials for the Pressure Containing Bladder) and a thermodynamic study (Heat Removal Capacity of the NDX-1 Liquid Cooling Garment) of two different components of the NDX-1 planetary prototype. In 2012 I started working at Comahue University as a Professor in different courses from Bachelor Degrees such as Engineering and Biology. In 2013 I was awarded with a scholarship to pursue a PhD in Biomedical Sciences at the UCA University to do research on the alteration of circadian rhythm and the psychophysiological alterations of crews during long term planetary simulations as a first step in the study of crew performance during long term space missions such as to planet Mars.

    I would like to expand my professional horizons by working in administration or logistics related to Support System activities that contribute to the development of the Aerospace Industry. I enjoy learning, doing research, teamwork, leadership, active roles, social interaction, coordination with other departments and developing new logistical strategies in favour of cost effective procedures, better services or a more innovative technical concept.   

     

    GRADUATE COURSES (MSc and PhD)

    2012

    ·   Teledetection Scope in the field of Geology. Theoretical-Practical Course (50 hs). Universidad Nacional de Salta. Salta, Argentina.  

    2011

    ·  Human Factors in Space « SpSt 515 » – Theoretical-Practical Course (40hs-3 credits) – Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

    ·  Space Studies Survey II « SpSt 502 » - Theoretical-Practical Course (40hs-3 credits) – Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

    ·  Space Policy and Politics « SpSt 560 » - Theoretical-Practical Course (40hs-3 credits) – Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

    ·  Asteroids, Meteorites and Comets « SpSt 520 » - Theoretical-Practical Course (40hs-3 credits) – Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

    ·  Human Performance in Extreme Environments « SpSt 512 » - Theoretical-Practical Course (40hs-3 credits)– Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

    ·  Space Studies Colloquium « SpSt 590 » - Theoretical Course (14hs-1 credit) – Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

    ·  Individual Research in Space Studies I & II « SpSt 593»: Basic Requirements of Life Support of a Hybrid Inflatable Terrestrial Habitat as a first step in Lunar Habitation Strategies. Theoretical-Practical Course (67hs-5 credits ) – Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

    2009

    ·  Space Studies Survey I « SpSt 501 » – Theoretical-Practical Course (40hs-3 credits) - Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

    ·  History of the Space Age « SpSt 551 » – Theoretical Course (40hs –3 credits).  Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA.

     

    RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

    May 2012 – October2013

    Ø     Research Staff Member. Project: B-155. Environmental Difficulties in the Andean Norpatagonia: Risks and Opportunities. Project Manager: Dr. Gustavo Villarosa. Comahue University. Río Negro, Argentina.

     

    January 2010- December 2011

    Ø     Graduate Research Assistant. Project: NASA EPSCOR 2009: Integrated Strategies for Human Exploration of the Moon and Mars. Project Manager: Dr. Pablo de León. Laboratory of Human Spaceflight. Department of Space Studies. University of North Dakota, ND, USA.

    ·  Integration of the NDX-2 planetary prototype.

    ·  Design and Construction of a Lunar Rover (UND-NP Rover).

    ·  Design of a Hybrid Inflatable Terrestrial Habitat (UND-HITH).

    ·  Space Simulators: Spaceship one and Apollo Capsule. Student Assistance.

     

    March 2005- May 2009

    Ø     Research Staff Member. Laboratory of Microgravity. School of Engineering. Comahue University. Neuquén, Argentina. Project Manager: Dr. Jorge Lassig.

    ·  Preparation Procedures for Microgravity Experiments in a free-falling Tower and Stratospherical Capsules.

    ·  Calculation of the Aerodynamic Drag in Rescue Systems of Stratospherical Capsules by means of Parachutes. Aerodynamic design and construction, tensile testing. 

     

    May 2000 – May 2009

    Ø     Research Staff Member. Project: Pehuensat Educational Satellite. School of Engineering. Comahue University. Neuquén, Argentina. Project Manager: Dr. Jorge Lassig.

    ·  Calculation and revision of orbital parameters using “Satellite Tool Kit” and “Orbwin” softwares.

    ·  Translation of technical research papers.

     

    National/International Congresses and Workshops

    1998- Regional Forum UNESCO – “Women, Science and Technology in Latin America” – San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina– Participation as a young delegate.

    2000- 1st Argentine Congress of Space Technology – “Starshine I: An International Student Project”- Buenos Aires, Argentina–Main author.

    2002- PADE Project, Get Away Special Program Workshop- Argentine Assoc. for Space Technology (AATE), Buenos Aires, Argentina. – Staff Member.

    2003- 2nd Argentine Congress of Space Technology- Neuquén, Argentina – “Starshine II: Satellite Mirror Grinding & Polishing”. Main author.

    2003- 3rd Argentine Congress of Space Technology- Neuquén, Argentina – “Starshine II: Atmospheric Density Measurement based on Low Altitude Orbits”. Main author.

    2004- 3rd Space Generation Congress- Vancouver, Canada. Delegate Representative of Argentina.

    2004- International Astronautical Congress- Vancouver, Canada. “Experiment on drops vibration in microgravity- Post-flight analysis STS-108.” Paper presentation.

    2004- International Astronautical Congress- Vancouver, Canada.“Stratospherical balloons as a means for space education at Comahue University”. Paper presentation.

    2007-5th Argentine Congress of Space Technology- Buenos Aires, Argentina – “Microgravity Research Project: Solidification of a metallic liquid bridge in Microgravity during Free Fall from a Stratospherical Balloon- Technical Design and Logistics”- Main author.

    2007-    « Radio Probing for Glaciologists and Technicians - Expedition to Mocho Volcano » – Valdivia- Chile” organized by CECS – Centro de Estudios Científicos (Scientific Studies Centre) Valdivia- Chile. Attended Workshop as part of the IANIGLA (Argentine Institute for Snow, Ice and Environmental Research) research team.

    2009-6th Argentine Congress of Space Technology– Mar del Plata, Argentina – “Microgravity Research Project: Contact Angle Measurement for different working fluid dispositions inside a Satellite PMD (Propellant Management Device) analogue”- Main author.

    2011- 7th Congreso Argentino de Tecnología Espacial. San Luis, Argentina. “NASA EPSCOR CAN 2009: Integrated Strategies for Manned Exploration of the Moon and Mars-Stage 1”.Main author and member of the research team.

    2012-42nd International Conference on Environmental System (ICES-2012). San Diego, CA, USA. “Biocontamination Detection on the NDX-1 prototype”. Main author.

    2012-Interdisciplinary Forum of Women in Science, Technology and Society. Comisión Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONICET) – Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica (CNEA). S.C. de Bariloche, Río Negro, Argentina. Staff member.

    2012-42nd International Conference on Environmental System (ICES-2012). San Diego, CA, USA. “Development of a Liquid Cooling Garment for the NDX-1 Prototype”. Main author.

    2013- 8th Argentine Congress of Space Technology- Mendoza, Argentina.  “NASA EPSCOR CAN 2009: Integrated Strategies for Manned Exploration of the Moon and Mars – Stage 2”. Main author and member of the research team.

     

     

    TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    May 2013- present

    Ø     Professor. “Introduction to Applied Sciences”. Bachelor Degree in Nursing. Nursing School. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

    May 2013- present

    Ø     Assistant Professor.  “Physics A and Physics B”. Bacherlor Degree in Biology. Department of Physics. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

    September 2012- present

    Ø     Assistant Professor. “Mathematical Analysis I and II”. Bachelor Degrees in Engineering. Department of Mathematics. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

    May 2012- July 2012

    Ø     Assistant Professor. “Physics IV”. Bachelor Degrees in Engineering. Department of Physics. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

    April 2012- July 2012

    Ø     Professor. “General Physics”. Bachelor Degree in Biology and Mathematics. Department of Physics. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

    February 2012-March 2012

    Ø     Professor. “Introductory Physics Course”. Bachelor Degree in Nursing. Department of Physics. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

    February 2012-March 2012

    Ø     Assistant Professor. “Mathematics I”. Bachelor Degree in Nursing.  Department of Mathematics. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

    May 2011- August 2011

    Ø     Assistant Professor. “Mathematical Analysis III”. Bachelor Degrees in Engineering.  Department of Mathematics. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

    Ø     Assistant Professor. “Physics II”. Bachelor Degrees in Engineering. Department of Physics. Comahue University. S.C. de Bariloche, Argentina.

     

    August 2009- December 2009

    Ø     Graduate Student Assistant. “SpSt 200- Introduction to Space Studies”. Department of Space Studies.  University of North Dakota. Grand Forks, ND, USA.

     

    May 2007- May 2009

    Ø     Undergraduate Student Assistant. “Physics II”. Bachelor Degrees in Engineering. Department of Physics. Comahue University. Neuquén, Argentina.

     


    LANGUAGES

    Spanish: Native Language.

     

    English

    2009-Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) – Educational Testing Service (ETS) - Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    2009-Graduate Record Examination (GRE) - Educational Testing Service (ETS) - Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    1998-Proficiency in English- University of Cambridge – Greenfield Institute- San Carlos de Bariloche- Argentina.

    1997-Certificate in Advanced English- University of Cambridge- Greenfield Institute- San Carlos de Bariloche- Argentina.

    1996-First Certificate in English – University of Cambridge- Greenfield Institute- San Carlos de Bariloche- Argentina.

     

    German

    2003-Advanced Course in German Language – Goethe Institute- San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina.

    1997-Deutsches Sprachdiplom Sweite Stufe- Ständige Konferenz der Kulturminister der Länder in der Bundersrepublik Deutschland.

    1995-Deutsches Sprachdiplom Erste Stufe- Ständige Konferenz der Kulturminister der Länder in der Bundersrepublik Deutschland.

    1992-Urkunde Zentrale Deutschprüfung – Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Schulen in Argentinien.

     

    Swedish

    2001-Svenska som främmande sprak, grundkurs- Medbogarskolan Institute - Linköping - Sweden.

     

    WORKING EXPERIENCE IN ENGINEERING

    May 2007- March 2009

    Ø     Junior Designer.

    SKANSKA S.A. – Neuquén, Argentina.  Department of Engineering. Neuquén Industrial Park.

    PROJECT: PAN AMERICAN ENERGY - REVAMPING OF THE CERRO DRAGON OIL PRODUCTION PLANT. PETRO ANDINA RESOURCES – ASSEMBLY OF THE OIL PUMPLINE A SOURCES ECN, JCP AND PH.

    ·  Technical specifications of piping accessories and valves.

    ·  Technical assistance for calculation reports (Structures,Hold tanks and piping).

    ·  Review of basic and detailed engineering.  

    Area: Processes and Mechanics.

     

    October 2005 – May 2007

    Ø       Technical/commercialassistance. SKANSKA S.A. – Neuquén, Argentina.  Commercial Department. Neuquén Industrial Park.

    ·  Technical and economical offers set-up. Cost estimation of basic engineering materials. 

    ·  Material calculation and budget process by means of “Piping Tools” database.

     

    March 2005 - November 2005

    Ø     Developmentof the WindMap of NeuquénProvince. Technical assistance. Internship. School of engineering. MeteorologyResearch Team. Comahue University, Neuquén, Argentina.

    ·  Satellite image and meteorological data reception using the university satellite base.

    ·  Data processing of  atmospheric pressure for different altitudes.


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