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     Date Submitted:17-01-2015
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     Current job:MSc Aerospace Engineering graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
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    Personal information

    Date of birth : 15th of August 1989

    Place of birth : ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

    Nationality: Dutch

    Driver’s license : None

     

    Education

     

    Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering                         Sep 2012 – Jan 2015

    Delft University of Technology

    Delft, the Netherlands

    ·       Field of specialisation: Space systems engineering

    ·       MSc Thesis: Feasibility and design study of a solar thermal hybrid power and propulsion system for a small satellite,
    average grade for entire MSc studies excluding thesis: 7.9 out of 10

     

    Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering                      Sep 2007 – Aug 2012

    Delft University of Technology

    Delft, the Netherlands

    ·       BSc Final design project: Development of in-orbit space debris removal system, grade: 8.5 out of 10, average grade for entire BSc studies: 7.2 out of 10

     

    VWO Gymnasium            (High School)                       Sep 2001 June 2007

    Stedelijk Gymnasium te ’s-Hertogenbosch     

    ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

    ·      Courses: Physics, Mathematics,  Chemistry, Dutch, German, Old Greek, English, French, Biology, Literary Sciences, average grade: 8.0 out of 10
     

     

    Work experience

          

    Intern Mechanics Department                       Sep 2013 – Feb 2014

    Active Space Technologies S.A.

    Coimbra, Portugal

    ·       Employment: 1.0 FTE as intern for 6 months

    ·       Activities: Developing a design proposal for multifunctional structure integration of an Attitude and Orbit Control System within a micro-satellite.

    ·       Skills: Gained team cooperating skills, increased understanding of commercial and entrepreneurial side of engineering, worked in a culturally diverse work environment. Gained additional experience in space systems engineering and AOCS design.
     

    Teaching Assistant                                     Sep 2012 – Jan 2013

    Delft University of Technology

    Delft, the Netherlands

    ·       Employment: 0.2 FTE a week for 4 months

    ·       Activities: Tutoring 20 first year students, as well as assisting in classroom sessions for courses in mechanics and introductory courses to aerospace engineering.

    ·       Skills: Gained teaching skills and improved my communication skills
                                  

     

    BSc Degree Final Design Project                     April 2012 – July 2012

    Delft University of Technology

    Delft, the Netherlands

    ·       Employment: 1.0 FTE for 3 months

    ·      Activities: As a final BSc degree project, developing a heavy space debris removal system for EADS Dutch Space together with an international team of 9 students. Participated in analyzing space debris problem and system design process from concept generation to overall subsystem design.

    ·      Skills: Gained far greater understanding of project work, including project planning, project presentations and critical peer review. Gained experience in space systems engineering.

     

     

    Extra-curricular activities

                                      

    Executive board member                          Sep 2010 – Sep 2011

    Delft Student Association ‘Sint Jansbrug’      

    Delft, the Netherlands          

    ·      Employment: 1.0 FTE as secretary/member of executive board of association

    ·      Activities: Handling day-to-day tasks in an association with 700 members and annual revenue of €350.000. Handled internal affairs with association members, human resources, administrative tasks and all schedules for board and association.

    ·      Skills: Large personal focus on communicating, executing and evaluating (association) policies. Developed greatly personally in terms of taking responsibility and initiative, communicative skills, social skills and handling long-term projects.

     

    Committee member                                 Sep 2008 – Aug 2010

    Delft Student Association ‘Sint Jansbrug’

    Delft, the Netherlands

    ·      Employment: Part-time as secretary/treasurer in different association committees.

    ·      Activities: Executed administrative tasks, kept committee finances in order and handled the organization of various social and cultural activities.

    ·      Skills: Developed organizational skills

     

     

    Skills

     

    Language competencies:

    ·      Dutch: Native language

    ·      English: Native proficiency

    ·      German: Limited working proficiency

    ·      French: Limited working proficiency

    ·      Portuguese: Basic proficiency
     

    IT-knowledge:

    ·      MS Word: Professional proficiency

    ·      MS Excel: Professional proficiency

    ·      MathWorks Matlab: Professional proficiency

    ·      Maple: Basic proficiency

    ·      Adobe Indesign: Basic proficiency

    ·      Adobe Photoshop: Basic proficiency

    ·      Dassault Systèmes Catia: Professional proficiency

    ·      MSC Patran/Nastran: Basic proficiency

     

    Programming languages:Basic proficiency in C++, Java and LaTeX.


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