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     Date Submitted:22-12-2014
     Last Modified:23-12-2014 (07:41)
    Job information
     Current job:Flight Mechanics Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsFlight Mechanics, Reentry, Matlab, Simulation, Hypersonic Aerodynamics, Fluid Dynamics
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    EDUCATION
    Aerospace Engineer (Sep.2000-Oct 2006)
    Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Aeronáuticos
    Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
     
    WORK EXPERIENCE
    2010-Current
    Project Engineer at Atmospheric Flight Group, Deimos Space (Tres Cantos, Spain)
    Project Engineer working in space vehicles reentry analysis, covering different type of vehicles (capsules, lifting bodies) and different mission scenarios (Earth, Mars). 
    Development of “In House” tools in Matlab. Integration of C/Matlab code (MEX functions)
    Fields of expertise:
    * Aerodynamic Database: Inspection and integration of aerodynamic databases for different vehicle configurations, mainly hypersonic and supersonic regime.
    * Atmosphere Analysis: Integration of atmospheric models following ECSS standard. Study of atmospheric variability for Mars and the Earth.
    * Computational Fluid Dynamics: Aerodynamic study of a variety of vehicles for the consolidation/verification of their Aerodynamic Database.
    * Flying Qualities: Trim and Flying Qualities assessment of different vehicle for different missions.
    Projects addressed: 
    S3
    IXV
    MREP
    SSASNVII
    FAST20XX
    Exomars
    PERIGEO
    ARV
    HYPMOCES
    DERIVAS
    PROBA3
     
    2008-2010
    PhD grant
    PhD grant carried out at Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial (INTA, Spain) to study and simulate cold gas micronozzles for nanosatellite attitude control.
    Development of a hyperbolic solver for the Euler equations using Chombo. The development of the solver was done under Linux.
    Study of different technologies of micropropulsion that are currently investigated.  During this period, my supervisor was Jose A. Moriñigo.
     
    2006-2008
    R+D engineer at SEADM
    Development of an ionic concentrator (study, design, construction and test), work with Differential Mobility Analyzer and Mass Spectrometry. 
    One year stage at Yale University as a Visting Assistant in Research under the supervision of Juan Fernández de la Mora. 
     
    COURSES
    2008 HLRS Parallel Programming Workshop- MPI, OpenMP, and PETSc for beginners and advanced topics in parallel programming, HLRS, Stutgart, Germany (1 week)
    2009 2ª Jornada de Supercomputacion de la UPM, at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain (1 day)
    2014 C++ programming (Intermediate level), at Deimos Space, Tres Cantos, Spain (2 weeks)
     
    KEY COMPETENCES AND SKILLS
    Flight Mechanics
    CFD
    Micropropulsion
    Simulation
    Aerodynamic Database
    Electrospray
    Reentry
    Aerodynamics
    Mass Spectrometry
     
    TECHNICAL SKILLS AND EXPERTISE
    Matlab
    Microsoft Visual Studio
    Tecplot
    CATIA  
    Simulink
    Fortran
    Microsoft Office
    XML
    C++
     
    LANGUAGES
    Castellano: Native language
    Català: Native language
    English: Advanced
    French: Basic
    Italian: Basic
     
    PRESENTATIONS/PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS
    “A high flow rate DMA with high transmission and resolution designed for new API instruments”, presented at ASMS,  2008
    “Mission analysis and Flight Mechanics of the IXV mission”, presented at the 3rd International ARA Days, May 2-4 2011
    “GNC requirements of for a Long Range Hypersonic Transport System”, presented at 18TH AIAA/3F International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference, September 24-28 2012
    “Mission, GNC and System Overview of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle (IXV)” 10th International Planetary Probes Workshop, June 17-21, 2013, San Jose State University, California
    “Role of Flying Qualities in the IXV Design Process”, presented at the 4th International ARA Days, May 2013
    “IXV Worst Case Flying Qualities and Control Testing”, presented at 9th International ESA Conference of Guidance, Navigation & Control Systems, 2-6 June, 2014, Porto, Portugal
     
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