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     Date Submitted:09-09-2014
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     Current job:Intern system engineer
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     Keywordssystem engineering, management, cubesat, nanosatellite, requirements, budgets, TT&C, functional analysis, mission analysis, risk analysis, aerospace, physics, simulations, modeling, instrumentation,
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    As a graduate from the Sorbonne Pierre & Marie Curie University (Paris, France) in space-based systems engineering, I am looking for an international position related to space systems. Although I like to work as part of an international team, I am also capable of working independently. As a curious and competent aerospace engineer, I want now to put my theoretical knowledges and hands-on experience into practice.

     

    Education

    2014 - Master Degree - Astronomical and Space-based System Engineering Sorbonne UPMC / Observatory of Paris (end September 2014)

    This degree provided me good theoretical knowledges in System Engineering, Electronics, Optics, Computer Science, Control Theory, Signal Processing, Mechanical engineering.

    I also realized the TT&C’s feasibility study for the BIRDY interplanetary CubeSat (ex Mars Flyby CubeSat, phase A-B) as a student project.

     

    2014 - NASA Space System Engineering MOOC http://www.saylor.org/sse101/ / 87.51 %

     

    2013 - Master Degree - Fundamental & Plasma Physics Sorbonne UPMC / Ecole Polytechnique / Paris Sud University

    This degree provided me good theoretical knowledges in Magnetohydrodynamics, Numerical Analysis & Simulations, Space Plasmas, Kinetic Theory, Turbulences, QuantumPhysics, Statistical Physics, Astrophysics & Cosmology, Particle & Nuclear Physics, Field Theory and Orbital Mechanics.

     

    2011 - Bachelor of Science - Physics Nantes University, France 

    This degree provided me basic knowledges in Thermodynamics, Electronics, Solid-state Physics, Nuclear & Particle Physics, Solid & Fluid Mechanics, Computer Science, Optics, Mathematics, Astrophysics, Relativity Theory and Chemistry.

     

    2014 - BIRDY CubeSat System Engineering (ex Mars Flyby CubeSat) Internships National Cheng Kung University - Tainan, Taïwan - 6 months

    Systems engineering of a CubeSat on an Earth-Mars Free-Return Trajectory to study radiation hazards in the future manned mission. This student nano satellite is a collaboration between the Observatory of Paris and the National Cheng Kung University. I am working as a System Engineer (performing the system and mission analysis, the risk assessment, the requirements specification, the system budgets...) and I am also supervising French & Taiwanese students (total = 13) working on the project from Taïwan. As part of this work, I organize future work packages and meetings for the entire team, allowing me to understand how a space mission works at the project scale. We use AGILE principles as the baseline of our management and Concurrent Engineering methodologies. TT&C is also one of my responsibilities, since I am currently doing feasibility studies for inter satellite data transmission.

     

    2013 - VLASOV Kinetic numerical simulations and solar wind observations LESIA - Observatory of Paris - 4 months

    Three-waves coupling study based on a mono-dimensional Fortran90 simulation code. The ene rgetic transfer occurs with plasmas instabilities, supposed to be responsible for the radiations observed in the Solar Wind. 2012 - Radio emissions in solar wind: STEREO data treatment and analysis LESIA - Observatory of Paris - 2 months The purpose was to detect three waves coupling (energetic transfer from the electrons to the ions) in the last 7 years of STEREO data programming an IDL code based on a previous one. One week mission at Pisa University, Italy, during the internship.

     

    2010 - Analysis of an astroparticle radio-detection experiment (Codalema) SUBATECH - Ecole des Mines de Nantes - 1 month

    Study of the high energy particle detection concept with CODALEMA data (Nançay, France). Also worked on the angular repartition of the astroparticles detected. Preliminary work of data treatment and analysis.

     

    Language Skills

    English: Fluent (TOEIC 935/990)

    French: Native speaker

    Chinese & Spanish: Notions

    
 Russian & Japanese : Want to learn

     

    Computer Skills

    Mac, Linux and Windows user

    IDL/GDL, C/C++, Python, Fortran90, Matlab, Femap, Eclipse, Subversion, Office Suite, iWork, LibreOffice STK: Want to learn

     

    Involvements

    2014 - Find an Asteroid Campaign As Team Member in an international team. The purpose is to participate to the detection of unknown bodies into the Solar System.

    2005 - Aeronautics Initiation Certificate Lycée F. Renaudeau (Cholet, France)

     

    Other Activities

    Science after-school help as a teacher Middle & High school level - 2009 / 2012

    Music 1997 / today Saxophone and Bass guitar. Professional recording sessions and Euro Tour in 2013. Also worked 2 years as a promoter. Currently active in 2 bands in France.

    Photography 2009 / today http://discretespacetime.tumblr.com

    Video 2008 / 2012 Sound design, Mix and Edit (Logic Pro) on several short movies.

    Travels Every time it’s feasible +20 Countries, curious about every places. Lived in Reunion Island (Indian Ocean) during 5 years when younger.

    Scuba Diving / Free Diving 2014 / today PADI Advanced Open Water Diver licensed

    Paragliding 2014 / today P2 Rating expected by September

     

     

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