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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:05-10-2014
     Last Modified:03-02-2015 (07:49)
    Job information
     Current job:Technics and technology specialist
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Space Tourism
     Keywordssolidworks, mathcad, inventor, satellites, rovers, rockets
    CV


    29 years (7 nov 1985)       •       Lithuania, ready to move


    Desired position

    Engineer

    Employment: full-time, part-time, internship
    Schedule: full-time, shift schedule, flexible, distant work


    Education

    Master's degree

    2011-2013                

    Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) – MAI
    Moscow

    Faculty: Aeronautical Engineering
    Specialty: Working and testing of spacecrafts, inter-orbital transfer and process equipment.
    Diploma: Development of a spacecraft designing method to study the surface of Venus.


    Bachelor's degree

    2007-2011                 

    Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) – MAI
    Moscow

    Faculty: Aeronautical Engineering
    Specialty: Spacecrafts and propulsion module.
    Diploma: Microsatellite to study solar activity.


    Preparatory faculty

    2006-2007                

    Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
    Moscow

    At the preparatory faculty for foreign citizens are taught all subjects in accordance with the profile of the chosen specialty.


    Other

    2010-2013                 

    Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) – MAI
    Moscow
        
    “Student Design Bureau Okean”
     
    Participation in the development of a craft that aims to carry out searches in rivers and lakes. Design and manufacturing of the remote control.

    Chief: Alexandr Yuriev

      
    Languages

    Portuguese      →    Native
    Russian           →    Superior
    English             →    Advanced
    Spanish            →    Advanced  
    Lithuanian        →    Beginner



    Experience

    2013-2015

    UAB "PTEC"  Lithuania, www.ptec.lt

    Technics and technology specialist

    Performance of design work (3D modeling and tech drawings) using SolidWorks, Inventor and AutoCAD for large metal structures, especially helipads for oil rigs and ships.  Work with ANSI/ISO, DIN, JIS, DIN/ISO standards.  "ECOS 5 Training" at ESTEC/ESA, to participate in open tenders from ESA to Lithuania.


    Publication

    Apr 2012    One publication in the theses collection of the Moscow Youth Science practical conference "Innovations in aviation and aerospace - 2012" with the theme "Solar activity monitoring microsatellite".
    17-20 April 2012.
    Moscow.

    Recognitions and awards


    2011    

    Participation at the forum "Youth and the Future of Air and Space - 2011" with the theme "Solar activity monitoring microsatellite". Won third place and diplomas from the following organizations: Roscosmos (Russian Federal Space Agency), S. P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia and Moscow Aviation Institute.

    2012    

    Participation in the contest of young and innovative designs "New materials for aerospace & aviation technologies" by the Commerce and Industry Committee of the Russian Federation for the aerospace industry, obtaining first place.

    2012    

    Participation in the XV International Salon of Inventions and Innovation Technologies of Moscow "Archimedes". Was awarded like "Best inventor of Moscow (03/2012).

    2013    

    Participation in the XVI International Salon of Inventions and Innovation Technologies of Moscow "Archimedes". Was awarded like "Youth Innovation Potential in Moscow " and silver medal.


    Research

    2012-2013    

    Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) – MAI
    Moscow

    Engineering and design research on "Friction Stir Welding in Air and Rocket Science".


    PC skills

    AutoCAD; SolidWorks; Inventor; Mathcad; Solid Edge; ECOS 5; MS Office.


    Key skills

    •    Technical documentation preparation and reading
    •    Work with catalogs
    •    Design drawings
    •    3D modeling
    •    2D modeling


    Additional Information


    Nationality: Brazilian
    Work permit: Lithuania (European Union), Brazil
    Marital status: Single
    Ready to travel
    Dual nationality (Italian) in process.
    References available upon request
     


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