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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine’s surprise announcement March 13 that NASA is considering moving Exploration Mission 1 off of the Space Launch System took many in the industry by surprise, but some have reacted by defending the use of the SLS. SpaceNews.com
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The Space Development Agency will be based at the Pentagon and is projected to have about 100 people. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:06-06-2014
     Last Modified:17-09-2014 (02:23)
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     Current job:Signal processing engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSignal processing, telecommunications, Instrumentation, photonics, optoelectronics, Software development
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    PERSONAL STATEMENT
    Having recently finished a PhD in signal processing and spatial instrumentation, I am seeking  opportunities to continue my career in the space industry. I am particularly interested in signal/data processing, software development, algorithm design and instrumentation.

    Main competences
    • Signal processing.
    • Spatial instrumentation.
    • Electronics.
    • RF communications.
    • Software development and simulation (C, C++, Java, Fortran, MatLab, octave, Linux, Latex, SciLab, Python, IDL, Pspice, LabView)

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    Position:  Signal Processing Engineer
    Company Name – IRAP - CNRS
    Location: Toulouse, France
    From October 2010 to present
    • Conception of signal processing algorithms for the spectroscopy and imaging of a Germanium detector for X-ray astronomy.
    • Full software simulation of the detection system(detector physics, electronics, signal processing).
    • Participation in the instrument integration and measurements campaign in clean room.
    • Conception and implementation of an architecture for the acquisition, transfer and storage of the experimental data.
    • Analysis and publication of the results obtained in the measurement campaigns.

    Position: Signal Processing and Satellite Navigation Engineer
    Company Name – CNES
    Location: Toulouse, France
    From December 2008 to June 2010
    • Acquisition, processing and analysis of GNSS signals.
    • Calibration and operation of equipments in the navigation laboratory.
    • Studies on long-term evolutions of GNSS signals.
    • Participation in the ESA-CNES integrated team for the EGNOS system.

    Position: Internship in satellite navigation
    Company Name – CNES
    Location: Toulouse, France
    From September 2007 to February 2008
    • Development of a tool for the acquisition, tracking, and analysis of GNSS signals.h

    EDUCATION
    PhD in signal processing and spatial instrumentation: Digital signal processing for a hard X-ray detection system for spatial applications.
    IRAP / CNES / Université Paul Sabatier (UPS). Toulouse (France)
    2010 - 2014

    Telecommunications engineering
    Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC). Barcelona (Spain)1977 – OND Engineering (Both electrical and mechanical subjects) - Pass
    2002 - 2008

    OTHER TRAINING
    2011 CNES’ TTVS training: ”Techniques and Technologies of Spatial Vehicles”

    LANGUAGES
    • English: full professional proficiency.
    • French: fluid.
    • Spanish and catalan: mother tongues.

    REFERENCES
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