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     Date Submitted:28-04-2014
     Last Modified:28-04-2014 (09:52)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSystems Engineering - Materials engineering - Project Management - International collaboration

    Highly motivated and self-confident space system engineer with great experience in international team projects. Outstanding capacity to adapt in different environments and high skills in design of space missions. Consequent experiences in project management, and elaboration of proposals.


    2013 - 2014

    Student in Specialized Master at ISAE Supaéro, Toulouse, France. Specialization in “Space Systems Engineering”.

    Courses on Launchers & Payloads – AOCS – Propulsion – Thermal – Communication – Power – Orbital Mechanics – Structure & Design – Cost & Mass optimization – RAMS Engineering. Courses taught in English.


    Masters in Research “Materials, Processes, and Composite Technologies” at École Centrale de Nantes, France.  Applied Mechanics – Properties and characterization of Metallic and Composites Materials.


    Master of Science at École Centrale de Nantes, a highly selective French School of Engineering.

    Materials Engineering – Quality Management – Fluid Mechanics – Computer Science – Aerospace Engineering – Probability & Finance–   Generalist approach to Engineering 1,5 year.


    Current work

    March 2014

    7 months

    Work-Study Program SEEDS (SpaceE Exploration and Development Systems) in collaboration with the European Space Agency, Thales Alenia Space, Altran, and Altec.

    Ø  Conducted a feasibility study for a manned mission to orbit around Mars and land on Phobos.

    Ø  Managed an international team in three different countries as Project Manager for the phase in Toulouse.

    Ø  Presented team’s work to ESA board at ESTEC.

    April 2013

    6 months

    Rolls-Royce, Montréal, Canada.

    Ø  Analyzed the microstructure of a broached Inconel-718 turbine disc fir-trees.

    Ø  Characterized the defects, grain size, and precipitates of a broached Inconel-718.

    Ø  Published and presented an article for the Turbo Expo 2014 in Dusseldorf, Germany.

    Ø  Won the “Young Engineer Travel Award” delivered by the ASME International Gas Turbine Institute.

    May 2012

    4 months

    Moter (VINCI Group), Bordeaux, France.

    Ø  Managed a team of 5 workers charged with the implementation of a public work project (road construction).

    Ø  Elaboration of performance indicators.

    July 2011

    2 months

    Herakles (SAFRAN Group), Le Haillan, France.

    Ø  Controlled turbine blades with photogrammetry and tomography devices.

    Ø  Organized complex logistics of blade transportation and delivery.

    April 2009

    4 months

    Environmental Research Institute, Thurso, Scotland.

    Ø  Developed a routine methodology for analysis of underway current profiles.

    Ø  Collaborated with scientists to find the best place to implant water turbines (construction began on the 16th of September 2013)



    English: Fluent. Last year of study & previous placements in English.

    Spanish: Conversational level

    Computer skills

    Scientific: Matlab, Simulink, Abaqus, Samcef, Catia.

    Project Management: MS Project, SAP experience.



    EUROAVIA Toulouse, the European Association of Aerospace Students.

    I have coordinated and organized several conferences. Attended a dozen of conference during the year.


    BRIO Association.

    Tutored disadvantaged high school students with a focus on identifying higher educations opportunities.



    Judo for 14 years in regional competitions & Handball for 4 years. Still practicing.

    Jogging, and swimming several times a week.

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