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     Date Submitted:17-05-2014
     Last Modified:04-08-2015 (07:13)
    Job information
     Current job:Senior Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsRemote Sensing (SAR) Specialist, Engineering, Oil spille detection, UAV, RPAS, Satellite Data, Image analyst, Satellite Image Processing, Homeland Security, Leadership, Teamwork, Willing, Matlab, ENVI/IDL, GIS, C, Unix
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    EDUCATION

    2013-2014MSc Space Technology and Planetary Exploration at University of Surrey/ Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Department of Electronic Engineering

     

    Modules include: Space Robotics and Autonomy, Spacecraft Systems Designing, Dynamics and control of spacecraft, Mathematics of signal processing, Satellite Remote Sensing, Adv. Guidance Navigation & control, Launch Vehicles & Propulsionand Spacecraft Structures and Mechanisms

     

    Project: Oil spill and Iceberg detection and identification with SAR.

     

    Dissertation subject: Image Processing of AirSAR data acquisition campaign for soil moisture retrieval (AIRBUS/CATAPULT/NERC, Part of NovaSAR-S mission)

     

     

    2007-2013 Bachelor Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering at University of Western Macedonia/ Faculty of Electronic Engineering

                                                                                                                                 

     

    Modules include: Cryptography, Computer Networks, Theory of Signal and Systems, Signal Processing,  Network Security, Operating Systems, Electrical Circuits, Physics (Electromagnetism/mechanical), Mathematical analysis, Image Processing, Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Artificial vision, Computer Vision, Computer Graphics, e-Health, C Programming, Java Programming.

     

     

    Final-year dissertation: Image processing using feature extraction algorithms (SURF & SIFT)             

     

    2004-2007 2nd High school Giannitsa, Greece   Technological Sciences

     

     

     

    Work experience

    2012 Hellenic Telecommunications Organization S.A. (OTE), Part time work for 3 months 

    ·        Collaborated with partners in the company to establish public relationships with other telecommunications companies

    ·        Identified different kinds of network errors

    ·        Improved ability to solve problems under pressure

     

    2013 National Services for Hellenic Air Force/NATO, Full time

    ·        Collaborated with other officers and commanders in my team

    ·        Led a team of twenty soldiers, responsible for organizing and training them

    ·        High Responsibility – servant in Commander’s office

    ·        F16 Control and Command Centre

    ·        Worked in Radar department of the camp

     

    2014 Aratos Group (Senior Satellite Engineer for Homeland Security and Earth Observation), Full time

    ·         Responsible for the R&D department 

    ·         EO Specialist for Disaster Management and Homeland Security Applications (Image Analyst)

    ·         Project Management on EO Projects (Coordinator)

    ·         Research on SAR, GIS, Cubesat, Homeland Security, RPAS, UAVs, Pipeline Protection and Critical Infrastructure Protection

    ·         Work on oil, gas and slurry pipeline protection projects (underground, ground, air & space sector)

    ·         Work on Critical Infrastructure Security and Protection Projects

    ·         Auditor/Inspector for site surveys

    ·         Project Management and Consulting in EU projects

    ·         Image Processing Algorithms Development

     

    ADDITIONAL skills

    Computing skills

         Operating systems:  Proficient in MAC OS, Windows and LINUX

    Programming:  Matlab, ENVI/IDL, ESRI/GIS, Unix, Shell and Batch Scripting (proficient, experienced), Java (basic competence), HTML/PHP & web designing, MySQL,  (experienced), SPSS, C and C++, XCode, Arduino, Orange PI (basic competence)

          Other: Photoshop, Proficient in Microsoft Office & iWork

     

    LANGUAGES

    Greek - Native Language

    English – Fluent

    German – Speak, read and write with basic competence

    Serbian – Speak basic

     

     

    INTERESTS

    Music - Play the guitar and record my own music

    Sport - Keen football player with a professional refereeing licence from Greece, enjoy scuba diving, climbing and hiking

    Extreme Sports – Bungee jumping, Parachuting

     

    MEMBERSHIPS

    IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) from 2013

    IEEE from 2011


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