Nationality: British Citizen
WORK EXPERIENCE & SKILLS
October 2014 – Present
Formula 1 Racing
MSSL Student Engineer:Attitude Determination and Control System (ADCS) Engineer for UCLSat (QB50 2U CubeSat) to be launched in January 2016.
October 2013 – June 2014
Technical Engineer (Drivetrain): Research and Development (R&D)
November 2011 – November 2014
Private Tutor: Science and Mathematics A-levels
· Used strong multitasking and communication skills to teach students of mixed abilities.
· Providing feedback to parents of students has taught me good customer facing skills.
July 2010 – September 2010
Summer Studentship:Dissection of human body
· Prepared specimens for teaching students with excellent time management.
· Long periods of independency on projects have made me a self-motivated individual.
September 2014 – September 2015
MSc Space Science and Engineering: Space Technology
Characterisation of a CubeSat (UCLSat) Attitude Determination and Control System (ADCS).
· Space Science and Satellite Missions
· Space Systems Engineering
· Communication Systems Modelling
· Space Propulsion (Self-taught)
· Aerospace MSc Bursary Award (Royal Academy of Engineering & Royal Aeronautical Society) of £8500 to cover tuition fees in full
· UK Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (UKSEDS)
· Space-based Communication Systems
· Spacecraft Design of Electronic Subsystems
· Antennas and Propagation
· Radar Systems
· Student Academic Representative of Space & Climate Physics Department (Space Science & Engineering: Space Technology)
· British Interplanetary Society (BIS)
· Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)
September 2011 – June 2014
Aerospace Engineering BEng: Upper Second Class (2.1)
Simulation and Improved Control of General Atomics Altus UAV (NASA research UAV) using MATLAB and Simulink.
· Aircraft Stability and Control
· Aerospace Structure
· Aerospace Propulsion
· Project manager and team leader in production of prototype and business plan for an educational toy.
· Analysis of NASA Jet Engine performance.
· Aerospace Design
· Control Systems
· Design and FMEA of a centrifugal water pump.
· Design, construction and control of arobotic arm.
· Wing Design: structural analysis using ABAQUS.
· Dynamic Systems
· Engineering Instrumentation
· Management of Design
· Design and development of fully balanced zip-line vehicle successfully tested during a competition event.
· Design and sizing of Boeing 787-Dreamliner using AAA.
September 2008 – June 2008
Biomedical Science BSc: Pass
Awards:Academic achievement throughout A-levels led to nomination and subsequent winning of the
Princess Diana Award.
November 2011 - Present
· Attending lectures related to current issues in aerospace engineering.
· Keeping up to date with current affairs in aerospace industry.
· Attending various events has helped me build strong networking skills.
UCLU Gliding Club
2013 - 2014
· These flight lessons have made me practice stress management to a great scale.
Engineering Peer Assisted Study Support
October 2012 – May 2013
· Helped first year students settle into University life.
· Provided academic support for engineering students.
· Gained strong communication and problem solving skills whilst assisting students academically.
of Kings Iranian
September 2009 – June 2010
· Delivered presentations at events.
· Organised 5 major events and venues.
· Built strong team working skills within a group of university students and dealt with pressure whilst meeting deadlines in individual tasks.
Interests and Hobbies
· Reading books in the genre of philosophy, history, classics and personal development.
· Running, Football, Volleyball and Mixed Martial Arts.
· Recently: Learning French language for beginners.
· Watching NASA TV, TED Talks and scientific/medical/geographical/historical documentaries.
VOLUNTEERING & CHARITY
& Mouth Cancer
2009 - 2011
· Abseiled down Guy’s Tower.
· Cancer Research 10 km run.
· Mouth Cancer 5 km walk.
· Preparation for these competitions made me appreciate perseverance, and I managed to raise £1380 altogether.
Volunteering: Chase Farm Children’s Hospital
October 2009 – October 2010
· Read to children and organised activities for them.
· Taught Maths, English and Science to school children.
· Office work: Developed the ability to confidently complete all given tasks and tackle any unscheduled problems along the way by using initiative and quick thinking.
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