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     Date Submitted:07-08-2014
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    Nationality: Swedish 

    Place of Residency: Sweden – Stockholm 

    SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS 

    - Sounding rocket recovery systems- System and electronic engineering 

    - Sounding rocket service systems- System and electronic engineering 

    - Sounding rocket launch operator 

    - Space environment simulation tests, including thermal, vacuum, temperature cycling, vibration etc. -Test Engineering 

    - Published test proposals, procedures, detailed test reports, project reports and presentations 

    - Technical contracts, proposals, quotations and orders 

     

    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 

    SSC, Swedish Space Corporation Dates: September 2005-Present 

    Payloads & Rockets (Science Services Division) 

    System and Electrical Engineering microgravity projects (responsibilities as presented qualifications) 

    SSC Recovery Systems, 2005-Present 

    oResponsible Engineer- Tested, operated, and analyzed sounding the rocket recovery systems 

    o Responsible for all recovery system activities prior and during flight 

     

    Sounding Rocket ‘MASER 11-13’, 2005-Present 

    o Electronic and system Engineer- Tested, operated, and analyzed the service systems 

    o Electronic engineer -Designed, built, tested, operated, and analyzed the sun sensor for the sounding rocket service system 

    o Electronic engineer -Designed, built, tested, operated, and analyzed the camera and gps system for the sounding rocket service system 

    o Part of the SSC launch team of total 5 engineers that responsible for all payload launch activities at rocket campaigns. My responsible is mainly: 

    - Operator of the rocket service systems prior and during flight. 

    - Responsible for launch services gps and camera system prior and during flight 

     

    Sounding Rocket ‘Cryofenix’, 2012-Present 

    o Same responsibilities as ‘MASER 11-13’ above 

     

    Sounding Rocket ‘MAXUS 7-9’, 2005- Present 

    o Responsible for all rocket system quotations, purchases, import control etc. 

    o Test Engineer- Tested, operated, and analyzed the rocket motor sub-systems (radar system, flight termination system, separation timer, motor telemetry systems etc.) 

     

    Study published, ‘Payload buoyancy analysis’ (assigned by ESA, European Space Agency), 2013-2014 

     

    ESA, European space agency/ Delta-Utec Dates: July 2005-September 2005 

    YES-2 (Young Engineers' Satellite 2) 

    Power distribution- and communication unit 

    Test and verification of electronic design to pass critical design review 

    Set up and performed function test and verification of: 

    Performed various test on the Power distribution unit 

    Performed various i/f test of ‘communication module’ connecting to Russian spacecraft Foton 

    Documentation and procedure preparation and reviews 

     

    NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER Dates: February 2005-July 2005 Greenbelt, MD, USA 

    ST5 – Space Technology 5, Satellite Constellation 

    Master of Space science degree project 

    Participated in the electrical power system team to design, build, test, and integrate the 3 major power subsystems: the solar arrays, battery and control electronics for the 3 ST5 satellites. 

    Performed various test and environmental test - power system electronic boards and GSE racks 

    Power system level testing- batteries and solar arrays 

    Documentation and procedure preparation and reviews 

    (Launch date March 2006.) 

     

    SAAB ERICSSON Dates: June 2004-August 2004 

    AEROTECH TELUB, Stockholm, Sweden 

    Project employee 

    Satellite communication reports and presentations. These are used as informative material for both staff within the company and for their customers. 

     

    EDUCATION 

    Luleå University of Technology, Sweden (2005) Master's degree, Space Engineering 

    Umeå University, Department of Space Science, Sweden (2004) Bachelor's degree, Space Engineering 

    Mid Sweden University, Sweden (2000) Math 20 p 

    Grades available upon request. 

     

    Courses and Certifications 

    - Electronic assembly for space, aerospace and high-reliability application 

     

    European space agency training centre UK, 2006-2013 including recertification

    Hand soldering operator/inspector, RF Cable Assembly, Repair and modification, Surface mount technology, Crimping and Wiring 

    - Deceleration Systems Engineering, Heinrich Parachute Systems Short Course, (2012), Portsmouth, Virginia USA 

    - Pentronics traceability temperature measurement (2012), Swedish Space Corporation 

    - Presentation technique, Business university (2011), Stockholm Sweden 

    - Telemetry Systems, technology training Inc. Timothy Gatton, Wyle Laboratories (2009), Esrange Space Center 

    - Explosives Awareness I and II, Swedish Defense Research Agency, FOI (2007), Sweden 

    - Rocket technology, Saab Group, Saab space (2007), Stockholm Sweden 

    - RAMSES (Rocket and Multi Satellite EMCS Software) (2006), Stockholm Sweden 

    - ESD class ( 2005), NASA Goddard space flight center USA 

     

    Other Interests 

    Skiing during the winter and wave /kite-surfing during summer. Also practice multisport and performed some competitions over the years. Traveling and culture is also a big passion in life. 

     

    REFERENCES 

    1. Project manager ‘Power distribution- and communication unit’ 

    YES-2 (Young Engineers' Satellite 2) 

     

    2. Power System Lead Engineer, ST5- Space Technology 5 

    NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 

    Contact information for listed references available upon request 


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