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     Date Submitted:01-10-2014
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     Current job:Satellite flight software validation engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsValidation engineer : thorough, technical expertise; R&D engineer : results oriented, creative; Space science : communication protocol, embedded systems, space research and industry; Computer science : specification and development, embedded algorithms
    CV

    Junior Engineer in Aerospace and Embedded Software

    Work experience

    Consulting Software Validation Engineer

     

    Thales Alenia Space, Cannes

     

    2012 – 2014 (2.5 years)

    Project: Exomars TGO (Planetary exploration probe), ESA program

    Responsibility: tool chain and versioning manager

    Duration: 18 months

     

    Achievements:

    -          Designed and validated the test campaign for platform and payload equipments, FDIR, OBCP, TC/TM applications, and 1553 protocol

    -          Trained 3 engineers for the validation team

    -          Set the chain of tools and configuration management for the validation campaign (8-engineers team)

    -          Contributed to R&D meetings for validation processes optimization

     

    Project: O3B (Constellation of telecommunication satellites)

    Responsibility: team manager

    Duration: 9 months

     

    Achievements:

    -          Designed and validated the test campaign for the AOCS module

    -          Attended commercial negotiation meetings

    -          Managed the 5-engineers validation team

     

    Project: Sentinel3 (Meteorology satellite)

    Duration: 3 months

     

    Achievements:

    -          Wrote the test campaign specifications and procedures

    -          Analysed test results and debugged the embedded flight software

    R&D Engineer

     

    Laboratory of Space Studies and Astrophysics Instrumentation (LESIA)

     

    French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS)

    Paris

     

    2010-2011 (2 years)

    Project: PLATO (Astronomic observation satellite), Cosmic Vision ESA program

     

    Achievements:

    -          Collaborated with a Brazilian university team to realize the hardware prototype of the embedded memories and SpaceWire data transmission links

    -          Wrote the specifications of the star monitoring embedded algorithms, for French National Space Studies Centre (CNES)

    -          Studied the embedded CPU load, and optimized the C++ code of embedded scientific algorithms to reduce their processing time

    -          Proposed the design of the hardware architecture of the embedded Data Processing Unit

     

     

    Internships

    Research engineer

     

    Laboratory of Combustion and Detonics (LCD), CNRS, Poitiers

    2009 (4 months)

    Achievements:

    -          Proposed a model for PMMA combustion, in the field of fire safety

    -          Developed genetic algorithms to predict the thermal degradation

     

    Blue collar

     

    SNECMA Services, Chatellerault

    2008 (2 months)

    Achievements:

    -          Integrated a blue-collar team in the maintenance service

    -          Worked on maintenance treatments for airliner engines CFM-56

     

    Academic career

    Aerospace engineering student

     

    ISAE - ENSMA, Poitiers

    2007-2010 (3 years)

    3-years formation in general engineering, science and techniques applied to aerospace research and industry

    Specialization (3rd year): avionics and embedded systems

    Responsibility: involved in many student associations and projects (see hobbies)

    Case studies:

    -          Solar towers: economic model, energetic yield, technical challenges

    -          Ground effect planes: aerodynamic principles, feasibility

     

    French Classes préparatoires student

     

    2005-2007 (2 years)

    2 years of advanced Mathematics and Physics, in preparation for French national engineering Grandes Ecoles.

    Skills

    Space science

    Satellite equipments: CCD cameras, star trackers, inertia measurement units, inertia reaction wheels

    AOCS algorithms, FDIR mechanisms, Telecommands/Telemetry

    Data transmission: 1553, SpaceWire and RMAP protocol, ESA PUS standard

    Space embedded memory, LEON processors architecture

    Computer science

    Genetic algorithms

    Real-time algorithm optimization

    Embedded software

    General engineering

    Flight dynamics, fluid dynamics

    Mechanics, structures, material resistance

    Thermal transfers, thermodynamics

    Programming languages and environments

    C/C++, Java, Python, Ada, Matlab

    Eclipse

    Windows, Unix

    Versioning management

    Issue tracing

    Traceability

    Methods

    SVN, Clearcase, Git

    Jira, Bugzilla

    Reqtify

    Obeya

     

    Languages

    French

    Mother tongue

    English

    Fluent. Studying and working in English since 2007. TOEIC score in 2008 = 965/990

    Spanish

    Level B1. Spent several weeks in Spain and South America

    German

    Scholar level. 7 years of scholar studying. Several stays in Germany

    Chinese

    3 years of scholar studying. HanyuShuipingKaoshiexam: level 2 in 2011 (score = 177/200)

     

    Hobbies

    Air and space activities

    30 flight hours of gliding

    Took part in the Student Aerospace Challenge in 2008: preliminary design of the propulsion of a tourism spaceship

    Took part in the ActInSpace hackaton in 2014: design of an alternative innovative solution for airplanes rescue toboggans

    Secretary of the student astronomy association in 2008

    Outdoor activities

    Level 1 of Scuba-diving

    Chairman of the marathon running student association in 2009

    4 years of capoeira

    Social activities

    2 years of amateur acting in a theatre company

    Several weeks of learning Latin dances in Spain and South America

    Chairman of the role playing games student association in 2010


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