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     Date Submitted:24-06-2014
     Last Modified:09-11-2016 (05:13)
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     Current job:Aeronautical and Space Engineering Graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsMasters in Aerospace Engineering, Masters in Space Studies from the International Space University, Internship at NASA Ames Research Centre working in Aeromechanics department, Mission Design and spacecraft Design experience, lunar regolith sintering expe
    CV

    Managerial Skills:
    Effective at Intercultural Communication
    Important time management and organisational skills
    Project Management and demonstrated Leadership

    Technical Skills:
    Technical - MATLAB, AutoCAD, Fluent ANSYS Workbench, Rhino, RotCFD
    General: MS Project, MS Visio, MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint

    CAREER HISTORY

    NASA Ames Research Centre - (May 2016 – Aug 2016)

    Internship Project - ‘Design considerations for stopped rotor cyclocopter for Venus Exploration’. Whilst working in the Aeromechanics department I had the opportunity to come up with my own project where a cyclorotor was used as a propulsive and VTOL system as well as stopped rotor for gliding purposes on Venus.

    Other responsibilities included managing two other teams of interns who created 3D printed models and planetary mission research for NASA’s database.

    My main mentor was Dr William Warmbrodt chair of the Aeromechanics department and my project mentor, Larry Young.

    My results for my summer internship and research will be published.

    Mott MacDonald - (Nov 2012 – Aug 2015)

    Managed Motorways Calibration and Optimisation (MMCALO):
    I undertook Factory Acceptance Tests, Site Acceptance Tests and evaluation of the software during its development. I am a Central Client Side Specialist (CCSS) for the Highways Agency. I was required to liaise with various third parties, which I achieved confidently and professionally.

    Maintenance Assistance Vehicle (MAV):
    Developed a number of scaled drawings and assisted in the development of a Human Factors assessment of the vehicle. Identified potential pit falls and changes necessary to   meet with the client’s expectations as a working prototype. Also designed presentations and video footage of each test, used for promotion.

    Motorway Road Lighting Control System (MORLICS):
    Assisted in the evaluation of the traffic flow, lighting class settings and dimming periods to quantify the cost savings against vehicle flow values and current lighting guidelines. Also developed training documentation for new users of the software.

    Highways Agency Future Energy Task (HAFET):
    Calculating power savings of message sign equipment, using Excel.

    Sports and Social Secretary for the Motts Bristol Office
    Member of the YPE – Young Professionals Excellence at Mott MacDonald.

    FURTHER EDUCATION

    International Space University (Sep 2015 – Sep 2016)

    Individual Project - Luna Dust to Luna Base – experimental tests of regolith melting using an infrared laser at different power requirements that would be suitable for in situ resource utilization and 3D printing applications. Creation of a timeline for the process needed to build a lunar habitat and determining its current TRL level for this development. The research and results for this project will be published.

    Team Project - Luna Hathor – Feasibility report on the drilling of the Moon for scientific purposes to understand what is under the regolith layer of the Moon.

    Modules:
    Space Engineering,
    Space Science,
    Human Performance in Space,
    Space Policy, Economics and Law
    Space Humanities
    Space Applications

    Other Responsibilities - External Communications Manager

    Univeristy of Sheffield - MEng Aerospace Engineering with a year in North America - 2:2

    Year 4 - University of Sheffield   (Sep 2011 – June 2012)

    Dissertation  -  ‘MAV Stability in Gusty Conditions’ 
    (Involved testing a Zimmerman design MAV using CFD simulations).  To test the stability of an MAV (Micro Air Vehicle) using Fluent Ansys 13.0.

    Social Secretary of the Caving Society  (2009 - 2012)

    Modules:
    High Temperature Materials for Aerospace, 
    Aircraft Structures,
    Technology Strategy and Business Planning
    Bio-kinetics of Flying
    Experimental Stress Analysis,

    Year 3 - University of Illinois Urbana Champaign (Sep 2010 – May 2011)

    Modules:  
    Computational Fluid Dynamics
    Flight Mechanics
    Aerospace Propulsion
    Rocket Propulsion
    Space Craft Attitude Control
    Astronomy
    Advanced Fluid Mechanics
    Internal Combustion Engines.

    INTERESTS/ACHEIVEMENTS

    Art & Design – Currently painting a number of pieces for my first exhibition. Ran my own Blackboard Design Company during the summer of 2011 whilst looking for a Graduate job.  Young at Art Award -  Winner Project Development Prize (2005)
    Piano – Achieved a Grade 4,
    Caving & Climbing – I have caved around the UK and multiple expeditions in Morocco and Crete.
    Singing and dancing – Achieved a grade 6 in musical theatre, grade 3 in pop, grade 3 in modern dance, grade 3 in tap dance and grade 3 in jazz dance.
    Badminton and Thai Boxing.

    REFERENCES

    Dr. William Warmbrodt
    Chief, Aeromechanics
    NASA Ames Research Centre
    Tel: 650-604-5642
    Email: william.warmbrodt(at)nasa.gov

    Larry Young
    Aerospace Engineer
    NASA Ames Research Centre
    Tel: 650-604-4022
    Email: larry.a.young(at)nasa.gov

    Prof. Jean-Jacques Favier
    Research Program Director, Astronaut
    International Space University
    Email: jean-jacques.favier(at)isunet.edu


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