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Thu, 24 May 2018 12:47:15 +0000
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In his first congressional testimony since becoming NASA administrator a month ago, Jim Bridenstine sought to reassure Senate appropriators about the status of several agency programs threatened with cancellation, as well as his own views on climate change. SpaceNews.com
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The U.S. Air Force's plans to respond to emerging threats by launching constellations of satellites. That strategy has important implications for spacecraft manufacturing and testing. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:29-08-2014
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     Current job:Ingénieur d’études Mécanique Spatiale et risques de collision
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsCalcul d’orbites, gestion des collisions en orbite, contrôle d’attitude et d’orbite des véhicules spatiaux
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    Expériences professionnelles

    Mission au Centre National d’Etude Spatiale dans le Centre d’Orbitographie Opérationnelle (mars 2010 aujourd’hui) :

    - Participation à l’astreinte collision : suivi quotidien des risques de collision des satellites CNES (jusqu’à 16 satellites en orbite basse et un télécom) et des satellites "externes" à travers un service public probatoire CAESAR en interface avec les missions du CNES et autres agences spatiales et militaires (CDAOA, DGA, NASA, USSTRATCOM)

    - Assistance technique au développement et au design en langage C et java de la nouvelle génération des moyens de détection des collisions en orbite avec des débris :

    * Codage d’un algorithme de calcul de probabilité de collision et d’un logiciel d’aide à la prise de décision lors du calcul des manœuvres d’évitement,

    * Codage d’untirage de Monte-Carlo par échantillonnage préférentiel

    * Codage d’un outil de visualisation des rapprochements à long terme entre deux satellites opérationnels.

    - Suivi des rentrées atmosphériques

    - Calcul des orbitesdes satellites Spots et Hélios, et désignation des stations de poursuite

    - Participation aux opérations de désorbitation des satellites ESSAIM (mise en place du planning des équipes, calcul d’orbite, calcul des risques de collision avec les satellites partenaires)

    - Participation au Data Float test et aux opérations de mise à poste des satellites Galileo Protoflight Model et  Flight Model 2 (premier tir du lanceur Soyouz depuis la Guyane)

    - Participation à deux supports lors la mise à poste du satellite chinois TG-1 et lors du rendez-vous orbital entre les satellites TG-1 et SZ-8 (mise en place du planning des équipe et data float test)

    - Participation à la mise à poste des satellites Pléiades et Elisa : calcul du premier diagnostique d’orbite après la séparation du lanceur Ariane  et livraison des orbites aux centres de contrôle

     

    Mission chez Amadeus en tant que Product Definition Analyst - Poste de coordination de projet entre le marketing technique et les équipes de développement (septembre 2009 - mars 2010) :

    - Analyse du besoin du client et rédaction du cahier des charges fonctionnelles

    - Relation avec les équipes de développement pour déterminer le choix technique en adéquation avec le cahier des charges

    - Tests et validation fonctionnelledu produit pour vérifier la conformité avec le cahier des charges

    - Définition des scenarii de tests, et de son automatisation pour les tests de non régression

    - Suivi du client sur un produit en cours de garantie pour les remontées de problèmes techniques ou de négociation d'avenant.

     

    Mission chez Thalès Alenia Space dans le service d’Attitude and Orbital Control Subsystem (janvier - juin 2009) :

    - Travail sur l’Onboard Orbit Propagator (OOP):

    * Réalisation d’un outil permettant de visualiser la trace au sol du satellite

    * Rédaction d’une note pour justifier l’utilisation de l’OOP en orbite inclinée

    - Etude de la boucle de contrôle du Normal Mode d’un satellite afin de prendre en compte les déformées thermo-élastiques

    - Etude de l’impact du déploiement d’une antenne de 12 m de diamètre :

    Réglagedu mode Sun Acquisition Mode (SAM)

    Validation du modèle du déploiement du bras de l’antenne

    * Etude de l’impact du déploiement du bras sur la boucle de contrôle en SAM

    * Réglage du mode Inertial Attitude Acquisition Mode (IAAM)

    Validation du modèle du déploiement du réflecteur de l’antenne

    * Etude du dépointage obtenu lors du déploiement du réflecteur réalisé en absence de contrôle en IAAM

    Réglage du Drift and Positioning Mode du satellite RQ1R (premier satellite fabriqué par Thalès Alenia Space sans Infra-red Earth Sensor) et du satellite  W3B : étude temporelle, étude de la stabilité et  étude non linéaire

     

    Projet de fin d’études dans le département Guidance and Control d’Astrium Space Transportation (mai - novembre 2008) :

    Développement d’un programme de guidage lors du  rendez-vous spatial en orbite elliptique et en  présence de perturbations gravitationnelles.

    - Participation à la réponse d’un appel d’offre de Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales

    - Réalisation d’un simulateur et rédaction de documents techniques

    - Comparaison des logiciels Matlab/Simulink et Scilab/Scicos

     

    Formation

    -  2007-2008 : Elève ingénieur à l’Ecole Centrale Paris option Mécanique Aéronautique Energie (MAE) branche Air-Espace filière Management de projet

    -  2005-2007 : Elève ingénieur  à l’Ecole Centrale Marseille (ECM)

    -  2002-2005 : Classes préparatoires aux grandes écoles au lycée Arago (Perpignan), filière PC

    -  2002 : Obtention du baccalauréat scientifique (option SVT spécialité physique-chimie)

    Langues : Anglais : Courant (12 ans d’apprentissage)

                        Espagnol : notions scolaires

    Informatique : Systèmes d’exploitation : Windows et Unix/Linux

                               Langage de programmation : java, C, script Shell, VBA notions en  Ada, Fortran,  php et html

                              Connaissance de logiciels : Eclipse/CVS, Pack Microsoft Office, Maple, Matlab, Simulink, Scilab, Scicos, Labview, Fluent et Gambit

     

    Activités extra-professionnelles

    -  2005-2006 : Membre organisateur de la 26ème  traversée du Vieux Port à Marseille, événement qui comprend une cinquantaine de participants et une centaine de spectateurs

    -  Sports : ski, plongée sous-marine, randonnée, football, trail et escalade


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