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     Date Submitted:13-07-2014
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
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     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsRecent Graduate in Aerospace Engineering. I focused my career in space. Bachelor´s Thesis:Orbital Elements Determination for an Artificial Satellite from Initial Observations: a MATLAB Solution to Lambert's Problem. I also have developed different jobs
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

     

    Birth date and nationality

    August 22th 1978. Spanish.

     

    EDUCATION

     

    September 2011- June 2014

    BACHELOR´S DEGREE IN AEROSPACE ENGINEERING IN AIRCRAFTS (100% English),at EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY

     

    September 2008 – April 2010

    EXECUTIVE MBA, at EOI (ESCUELA DE ORGANIZACION INDUSTRIAL). MADRID. SPAIN

     

     

    October 2008 – September 2003

    AGRONOMIST ENGINEER, at UNIVERSITY OF EXTREMADURA

     

     

    ACADEMIC RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

     

    Bachelor´s Thesis

    Orbital Elements Determination for an Artificial Satellite from Initial Observations: a MATLAB Solution to Lambert's Problem.

     

    Fluids Mechanic

    Different simulations of fluid flows, based on CFD method, working with softwares: Fluent, and Gambit to build the geometry and mesh:

    o    Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in pipes

    o    Computing the turbulent flow past a transonic airfoil

    o    Solving an acoustics field generated from a sedan car using the broadband noise model

     

    I also collaborate in a research group at the University of Extremadura as technical support in a development project of a new device for cardiopulmonary bypass surgery, in which my role is to apply CFD to simulate certain critical blood flow and compare results with laboratory experiments. This group is constituted by the Department of Fluid Mechanics (School of Industrial Engineering), and Cardiac Surgery (Faculty of Medicine).

     

    Aerodynamics and Aeroelasticity

    A detailed study of the aerodynamic behaviour, versus different freestream parameters: speed, temperature, pressure and density, of an Onera M6 wing.

    Software based on CFD method used: SU2 (Stanford University Unstructured)

     

    Aerospace Technology

    Aerodynamics design of a glider, using XFLR5 ( an analysis tool for airfoils, wings and planes operating at low Reynolds Numbers, created by Dr Mark Drela, from MIT)

     

    Space Vehicles and Missiles, and Satellite Design

    Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and Critical Design Review (CDR) of a 1U Cubesat project. In charge of Thermal Control subsystem, and Payload. Mission: Earth observation with a NanoCam

     

     

    Aircrafts Design

     

    Final design of an agricultural aircraftfulfilling the requirements of FAR 23. Span: 19 metres. Length: 8.80 metres

     

    Space Astrophysics

    Research and public exhibition of Planck satellite mission: payload and results

     

    Space Weather

    o    Determination of the differential speed of rotation of the sun, through the tracking of sunspots

    o    Study of geomagnetic activity and its relation with the solar cycle

    o    Research of Interplanetary Origin of Geomagnetic Storms

     

     

    CONFERENCES

     

    Ø   “Solar Magnetism through the Polarization”

    PhD. Judith Palacios Hernández: Space Research Group. University of Alcala de Henares

     

    Ø   Solid Propellant for Rockets computer analysis”

    PhD. Ryo Amano: University of Wisconsin

     

    Ø   “Reviewing activities of the European Space Agency (ESA)”

    PhD. Javier Ventura Traveset: European Space Agency

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Currently

    CFD applications in blood fluid described above

     

    April 2008 – September 2011

    Bank Branch Manager. Santander Group. Badajoz. Spain

     

    July 2006 – April 2008

    Director of real estate department. Santander Group. Extremadura. Spain

     

    May 2005 – July 2006

    Area Delegate. Eurovaloraciones SA (consulting). Alicante. Spain

     

    November 2003 – May 2005

    Technical Commercial Manager. Gesvalt S.A (consulting). Madrid. Spain

     

    October 1999 – November 2003

    Professor of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Centro de Estudios Santo Domingo. Badajoz. Spain

     

    SKILLS

     

    Computational skills:

          Experienced in Mac OS X system

          Experience with languages: C and Matlab

          Experienced in the use of CFD codes (Fluent) for the simulation of complex flows

          Specific Softwares: Gambit, Matlab, XFLR5, SU2, Nastran/Patran, Catia

     

    Languages:

          Spanish: native language

          English: high written and spoken level

          Italian: high written and spoken level. Erasmus in Italy

     

    Others:

          Ability to listen, Communication, Persuasion, Negotiation, Customer Service and Flexibility

          Spirit of teamwork

          Effective and professional facing new challenges

          Capacity, sacrifice and willingness to learn

     

     

    OTHER DATA OF INTERESTS

     

           Driving license: B

           Erasmus grant in Italy (2002/2003).

           Total availability and interest in travelling

           Interested in Magic and Illusionism; Aeromodelling


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