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     Date Submitted:05-01-2015
     Last Modified:05-01-2015 (07:59)
    Job information
     Current job:Project Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, ,

    Work Experience





    11/06/2013 – currently

    Position held

    Project engineer: Deimos-2

    Main activities and responsibilities

     Deimos-2 is a high resolution satellite launched by Deimos space on the 19th June 2014. The main tasks I have worked for are the following:

    *  Construction project of a 13m parabolic antenna, located in our research center

    *  Installation and validation of the antenna equipment

    *  Antenna Validation tests.

    *  Ground Segment: (after launch)

    *  Installation and validation of the antenna controller subsystem.

    *  Installation and validation of the image processing chain subsystem

    *  Image geometrical calibration.

    *  In charge of the Deimos-2 image processing chain


    Employer’s name and locality

    Deimos Space, Puertollano

    Type of business





    21/09/2011 – 30/05/2013

    Position held

    Radio engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    I worked for a consulting enterprise. I mainly designed security networks for the public transport, tunnels and airports, but also wireless networks. My company worked together with multinational enterprises that offered me the opportunity to work for international projects. Some of the most interesting project I worked for were:

    ·         Designing and testing the installation for a TETRA network in eleven tunnels around Paris

    ·         Design for the 2G, 3G and LTE network installation in the French Stadium and for the Panama underground

    Employer’s name and locality

    LD-consultants, 131 Bd Sébastopol 75002 Paris

    Type of business

     Radio consulting company




    01/04/2010 -  1/07/2011

    Position held

    Developing engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

     I was working on the Galileo Project, for the ESA, more specifically on the Characterisation of Interference on the L, S and C bands. I worked together with EADS Astrium, with whom we kept a close relationship for cooperation. My role on this project was to develop an Interference Characterization Tool (ICT) that was used to find and identify interferences on the C and S bands.

     Main tasks:

    ·         Research in depth of  C (5Ghz) and S (2-4Ghz) bands

    ·         Developing the ICT tool to detect interferences in those bands.

    ·         Field work measuring these bands.

    ·         Measurement equipment calibration.

    ·         Analyzing data recorded from the field work.

    Employer’s name and locality

    JOANNEUM RESEARCH (IAS), Schießstattgasse 14b, 8010 Graz (Austria)

    Type of business

    Research and development




    01/09/2009 - 31/03/2010

    Position held

    Junior engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    I was in a project team working closely with five engineers and we were in charge of the development of the presentation layer from an online application for the French Social Security.

    Employer’s name and locality

      Sopra Group, C/Alcalá 494, 28027, Madrid (España)






    01/07/2008 - 31/01/2009

    Position held

    Computer internship

    Main activities and responsibilities

     My role was the development of communication message between the different components of the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), principally the authenticity message.

    Employer’s name and locality

      Marben Product, Lyon ( France)

    Type of business

    Software development










    August 2007 – July 2008


    Exchange year

    Principal subjects covered

    ·         Architecture and protocols, Image processing, Wireless communication, data analysis.

    ·         Final project: For 4 months, I did my project about Watermarking in Liris, an Image and Information System Laboratory.

    Organisation name

    National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA),  Lyon , France




    September 2002 – July 2008


    Msc Communication

    Principal subjects covered

    ·         Telematics, architecture of computer systems, telecommunication system.

    ·         Optical communications, radiation and radio-communication, digital and physical transmission, UMTS, GSM, digital signal, coding theory.

    ·         Analogic and digital signal processing, integrated circuits

    Organisation name

     Superior Engineering School, Seville



    Personal Skills




    Mother tongue


    Other languages

    English (advanced), French (advanced), German (intermediate), Portuguese (beginner)



    Communication skills

    Open-minded person, excellent communicative, dynamic, self-motivated.



    Organisational skills

    Well-organized, hard-working individual, excellent skills to work in groups



    Computer skills

       Windows, Linux

        C, C++, Java

       MATLAB, Simulink, Office, Eclipse, SVN, Visual Studio, Envi

       MapInfo, Scout, ICS telecom, IBwave

       Data base: SQL

       Networks: GSM, UMTS,TETRA




    Other skills

     traveling, swimming, cycling, yoga, reading, photography, piano

    International volunteer in India, volunteer in Red Cross, volunteer in Huellas, society for the protection of animals.



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