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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:02-03-2015
     Last Modified:02-03-2015 (08:29)
    Job information
     Current job:Space Application Developer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsthermal analysis space systems ground testing matlab design structure re-entry
    CV
    Languages
    German:
    Native
    English:
    Business Fluency
    Software Experience
    Simulation:
    ANSYS, COMSOL Multiphysics
    Coding:
    MATLAB, LabVIEW, Fortran
    Web Development:
    PHP, JavaScript, MySQL, CSS
    CAD:
    CATIA V5, SolidWorks, Pro/E
    Applications:
    STK, ArcGIS
    Education
    Space Studies Program
    Montreal, Canada
    International Space University
    06 - 08/2014
    Space Applications and Open Innovation in Space Team Project: investigating programmes, concepts and potential of co-creation in the space sector. Specific interest in the business development and opportunities for the space sector, investigating a space startup culture for Europe
    Dipl.-Ing. Aerospace Engineering (M.Sc.)
    Stuttgart, Germany
    University of Stuttgart
    2007 - 2013
    Specialised in Space Systems, Thermodynamics, Space Transportation and Remote Sensing. Research projects involved the SOFIA observatory, ATV-1 Jules Verne, the Hayabusa re-entry and the HIFiRE-5 flight.
    ESA Summer School Alpbach
    Alpbach, Austria
    ESA, FFG, Aeronautics and Space Agency
    25/07 - 30/07/2011
    Star Formation across the Universe: Spacecraft design competition: scientific case and technical concept development, interferometry mission proposal
    Experience
    Space Applications Developer
    Leiden, Netherlands
     
    11/2013 - 02/2015
    Strategic business development and consulting in the areas of GIS and navigation utilisation for underserved terrestrial customers and markets. Including application prototyping, and awareness programmes to detect potentials and demand in various industries. Developing a platform to provide broad data awareness across the space sector, as well as terrestrial users.
    Design Engineer
    Toronto, Canada
    Apex Composites Inc
    02/2014 - 06/2014
    Project lead in the development of various composite products. Design and optimisation of aerospace structures was mainly conducted in Solid Works and Catia. Development of a production line for automated VRTM for weight, process cycle and labour reduction, while guaranteeing the fibre volume fraction of the products. Conducting material impact studies for titanium- composite stacks for aerospace client programmes. Prototyping, production specifications and process optimisation, which included investigating in-line quality assurance techniques.
    Research Engineer
    Stuttgart, Germany
    Institute of Space Systems, University of Stuttgart
    06 - 09/2013
    Deployment support engineering of the FIFI-LS spectrometer for the NASA/DLR SOFIA Observatory. Finalising the instrument interface design, including positioning and integration of control components, harness management and production to MIL standards, PCB testing and diagnostics.
    Master’s Thesis
    Brisbane, QLD, Australia
    University of Queensland, University of Southern Queensland
    09/2012 - 04/2013
    Investigation of the ablative and thermal heat shield performance of the Hayabusa re-entry capsule based on the raw data captured by the AUS instrument during NASA’s observation mission in 2010. Processing and analysing the spacial UV data in Matlab, and modeling with plasma radiation simulations conducted in ESA’s PARADE. Design of a shock-tunnel campaign for composite heat-shield material tests. Developing a preheating technique to create representative high re-entry surface temperatures. Applied fast-response optical measurement systems in NUV, VIS and NIR with ray path analysis in OSLO, and developed control and data acquisition tools in Labview for the experiments in vacuum facilities.
    Research Thesis
    Stuttgart, Germany
    Institute of Aerospace Thermodynamics, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
    01 - 06/2012
    Analysis of the FinEx flight experiment on the HIFiRE-5 hypersonic research mission. DLR developed this heat transfer experiment which was to analyse and evaluate for post processing of gathered flight data. Designed tunnel mounting and cooling components and performed tests in Plasma Wind Tunnels with a backup fin, including thermal system characterisation techniques with cw-laser/thermocouple response and pyrometry. Improved inverse heat transfer algorithms in Matlab for thermal 3D problems based on system identification, control theories and image reconstruction models. Evaluated the actual data of FinEx from the HIFiRE-5 flight with the developed Matlab software and derived in-flight temperature and heat flux profiles for the material experiment.
    R&D Engineering Intern
    Palmdale, CA, USA
    NASA DAOF, Deutsches SOFIA Institut
    10/2009 - 03/2010, 08/2011
    Projects with departments of DLR and NASA. Starting with FEA studies and structural design optimisation in ANSYS and SolidWorks for the performance and handling improvement of the telescope. Later design and build of electronic error detection devices for the control system maintenance. Key experience was the participation in the envelope expansion flight campaign of SOFIA in the means of todays Armstrong Flight Research Center. The mission control room work involved the analysis of the thermal performance and other parameters of telescope and chamber.
    Extracurricular Activities
    Space Generation Advisory Council in Support of the United Nations (SGAC)
    2013-present
    National Point of Contact, Germany
    German Society for Aeronautics and Astronautics (DGLR)
    2010-present
    Support of local group activities with the German aerospace industry and research institutions
    Youth Migration Service IN-VIA
    2010-2012
    Volunteer for individual educational student support
    Scholarships and Honors
    International Space University - SSP Entrance Scholarship
    2014
    Supported by the European Space Agency (ESA)
    DLR German Standout Student Scholarship
    2013
    Scholarship to attend the SGC and IAC in Beijing
    Walther-Blohm-Foundation, Baden-W¨urttemberg Foundation
    2012 - 2013
    Scholarships for the Master’s Thesis completion in Australia
    ESA Summer School Alpbach
    2011
    German Aerospace Center (DLR) scholarship for participation
    NASA Group Achievement Award to SOFIA Initial Science Flight Team
    2011
    For outstanding efforts of the integrated SOFIA Team, resulting in completion of the first science flight where data was explicitly acquired for scientific analysis.
    NASA Group Achievement Award to SOFIA TACFL Flight Team
    2010
    For the success of the SOFIA First Light flight, and for the dedicated efforts of the team, who made it their top priority for the several weeks leading up to the flight.
    Publications
    [1]
    Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 2014
    [2]
    Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 2014
    [3]
    18th AIAA/3AF International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference, Tours, France, 2012

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