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     Date Submitted:09-09-2014
     Last Modified:04-09-2015 (12:22)
    Job information
     Current job:System engineer on IGOSAT project
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsRF, antenna, telecommunication, mission analysis, system engineering,



    Advanced Master ISAE-SUPAERO «Space Systems Engineering »

    - Missions and systems: Space environments, Satellite Design, Design of Launchers…

    - Space projects environments: Space project and systems, Financial and legislation aspects…

    - Sub-systems: Space propulsion, Advanced Control and Applications, Thermal control systems…


    INPT-ENSEEIHT (Institut National Polytechnique – Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electrotechnique, d’Electronique, d’Informatique, d’Hydraulique et des Télécommunications) graduate school of engineering of the Toulouse Institute of Engineering.

    2010: student in Telecommunications and Networks department

    2011: change of department: Electronic and Signal Processing Speciality field: Microwaves (Radar, Antennas, Passive/active circuits, CEM, MMIC, RF devices) (Softwares: Matlab, ADS, Momentum, HFSS, COMSOL, PSpice, Labview, Simulink)


    CPGE (Classes Préparatoires aux Grandes Ecoles), Lycée Chaptal, Paris



                6 months at University PARIS DIDEROT with             CNES (Paris,France):

                "System engineer on IGOSAT project"

    Ø  Coordination of technical activities, review preparation

    Ø  Definition of interfaces, global architecture of the nanosatellite

    Ø  System analysis, link budget, mass budget, power budget

                          Ø  Management of the crew and creation of a product assurance plan


    6-month internship in THALES ALENIA SPACE (Toulouse):

    Antenna arrays of slotted waveguides for Earth Observation applications”.

    (Softwares: Matlab, HFSS, FEKO, CST, Waspnet, Excel)

    Ø  Study of different antenna dimensioning solutions.

    Ø  Benchmarking of different methods for RF performances predictions.


    3-month internship in Cranfield Defence & Security (Shrivenham, England):

     “3D/Conformal Antennas for Radar and 4G applications”. (Softwares: Matlab, HFSS)

    Ø  Have a global view about antennas and antenna arrays technologies.

    Ø  Design a new solution of conformal antenna for RADAR and 4G applications at 60 GHz.


    4 months of industrial project with THALES ALENIA SPACE:

    Satellite visibility and streams forecasts based on mission datas”. (Software: Matlab)

    Ø  Lead an engineering project.

    Ø  Global view about orbitography issues, space communications and space engineering.


    One month internship inCNRS (Toulouse)LCAR (Laboratoire Collisions Agrégats et Réactivité):

    Photo stimulated emission of electrons induced by a femtosecond LASER on a graphen tip”.

    Ø  Discovery of basic researches and LASER technology.

    Ø  Manipulate the LASER and analyze each scenario studied.


    One month internship in Signal & Communication Laboratory of TESA (Telecommunications for Space and Aeronautics); THALES project: “Evaluation of performance of a detection method of a carrier frequency in a space communication”. (Software: Matlab)

    Ø  Deepening of knowledge about signal processing and digital transmissions.


    Ø  Be able to understand and to work on a project in progress and to synthetize Matlab codes.


    English: Professional level

    Spanish: Spoken and written


    French: Native speaker


    - Scouting (Four years with two as “Chef de Troupe” of a group of 30 teenagers)

    - Martial arts: Ju-Jitsu (7 years), Krav-Maga (3 years

    - Windsurfing, swimming, jogging, tennis, skydiving

    - 1 year in an aid organization: « Ordre de Malte » in 2010-2011

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