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     Date Submitted:23-04-2014
     Last Modified:27-05-2014 (10:40)
    Job information
     Current job:Telecommunications Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsDVB-RCS2, DVS-S2, C++, hard work


    FEB 2013- AUG 2013: Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) - Toulouse Space Centre - DCT/RF/ST (France)

    Full-Time internship: Cross-layer approach for the optimisation of a telecommunication connection

    Develop, maintain, update and research on new algorithms for satellite communications link and network layers using ns-2 simulator.

    Integration, maintenance and capability verification of an outsourced developed simulator handed-in to the department related to my assigned task as well as research about the possibility of using third-party simulators.

    Study of different telecommunication standards within the spatial sector.

    APR 2008 - JAN 2013: Self-employed: IT and Internet consulting for small and medium-sized companies (Part-time)

    JUL 2009 - JAN 2011: University of Malaga - Electronic Technology Department - ISIS Group (Spain)

    Full-Time internship in different projects

    AmIVital, Digital Personal Environment for Health and Welfare. Funded by spanish Ministry of Science

    Development, maintenance and update of communication and data extraction drivers for biometric devices (Equivital by Hidalgo Ltd, PET-GSR by Brainclinics) over Java on Linux.

    Integration of developed drivers and services for biometric devices into OSGi framework over Linux.

    Design of testing plans, performing them and evaluate the results on different areas of the project.

    Documenting the assigned task, and revising and supervising the project’s written technical documentation and user manuals both in Spanish and English.

    S2G, SmartGrid on Electrical Substations. Funded by spanish Ministry of Science.

    Design new, update existing and test cases for routing protocols for wireless sensor networks.

    Development of applications and services on telosb architecture sensors (TMoteSky) over nesC.

    Design of testing plans, performing them and evaluate the results on different areas of the project.

    Origam-i, Internal project

    Development of new applications over iPhone OS (iOS) to benchmark performance and capacities of the Apple iPhone on the Digital Image Processing area.

    OCT 2008 - APR2009: AT4 wireless (Cetecom) (Spain)

    Half-Time internship (600 hours) through an agreement between University of Malaga and AT4 wireless.

    Research on the ERTMS system, its different components, regulations, directives and associated technologies with mobile networks on railways (ETCS, GSM-R).

    Identification and statistic study of key radio parameters stated within the regulations that are needed to validate and monitor GSM-R systems.

    Research on the available technologies to monitor GSM-R systems, both the ones offered by the industry and different ad-hoc possibilities.

    Design of testing plans to validate and monitor the possible developed systems and interoperability studies on the ERTMS/GSM-R field.


    MAY 2014: UNIVERSITY OF MALAGA, Malaga (Spain)

    Telecommunication Engineering. (Spanish 5 year engineering degree)


    Mother tongue




    Other languages



    English (proficient user), French (independent user)

    Other Studies


    II Microbotics Summer Workshop (60 hours)


    RFID: Internet of things (RFID: La Internet de las cosas) (20 hours)


    RFID Technologies and Systems (Tecnología y Sistemas RFID) (30 hours)


    Assistant on the IIIrd Conference on RFID Security 2007

    OCT 2005 - JUN 2006: UNIVERSITY OF MALAGA (Spain):

    Cooperation with the Department of Electronic Technology as Laboratory Instructor.

    OTher skills

    C/C++/Objective-C, VHDL, JAVA, bash programming. Notions of PHP, databases languages (SQL), Perl/Python.

    Use of scientific applications related to Telecommunications Engineering like Matlab/Octave, ns-2, Ansoft Ensemble...

    Communicative skills in English, French and Spanish. Great capacity of teamwork and collaboration. Never hesitate to help and share knowledge to another coworker if that’ll may help the project advance.

    Laboratory instruments: electricity, electronics, microwave technology, radio and optical communications.

    Network admin. System admin: UNIX/Linux, Mac OS and MS Windows. Web applications and databases: phpBB, mysql

    Robotics and Microbotics: Freescale and Texas Instruments µCs and IDEs (IAR, CodeWarrior). ZigBee eZ430, MSP430.

    Scientific document creation using LaTeX. Open, Microsoft Office, StarOffice, iWork.


    Basketball referee. Cycling and bicycle touring, nature. Improve my language skills, cinema, reading.

    I like reading news about the newest technological breakthroughs and applications and also about the state of the art in science and technology through relevant magazines articles (IEEE Spectrum, Science, Nature...).

    Additional Information

    I am very interested to take part in R & D projects in the aerospace area (radio-communication, localisation and navigation, telecommunication protocols, satellite systems) and other related topics within the Telecommunications Engineering field in civilian industry and research groups.

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