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     Date Submitted:09-03-2015
     Last Modified:09-03-2015 (01:32)
    Job information
     Current job:Graduate Space Systems Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSystems Engineering, Risk Management, Thermal Analysis, Concurrent Engineering, Physics, Astrophysics, Space Environment, Cryogenics, CubeSat
    CV

    Skills

    Systems Engineering approach to complex projects

    Knowledge of Requirements Engineering for Hardware and Software

    Knowledge of Risk Management Techniques

    Experienced in spacecraft design in a space environment

    Experienced with Thermal Analysis Software (Thermica)

    Experienced with active and passive Thermal Control Hardware

    Knowledge of Heat Transfer Mechanisms

    Physics, Astrophysics and Orbital Mechanics

    Experienced with Concurrent Engineering Software (IDM - CiC)

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    Education

     

    2013-2014 Master 2 Astronomical and Space-based Systems Engineering (OSAE), Paris Observatory, France
    •Courses: Systems Engineering, Project Management, Signal Treatment & Control Theory, Optics, Embedded Systems, Space Environment, Cryogenics and Numerical Methods
     
    2012-2013 Master 1 Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Technologies, Paris Observatory, France
    •Courses: Astronomy, Astrophysics, Gravitation, Signal Treatment, Inverse Problems, Astroparticle Detection Physics
     
    2004-2011 1st Cycle Degree in Physics, University of Aveiro, Portugal
    •Courses: Quantum Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Mechanics, Calculus, Algebra, Waves, Electromagnetism, Physical Statistics and Thermodynamics
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    Technical Experience
     
    04/2014 - 08/2014 Mechanical and Thermal Design Trainee, IGOSat Project, Paris Diderot University
    •Development of the satellite's preliminary mechanical design (IDM-CiC):
       •Identification of design and mission specific constraints imposed by the CubeSat Design and Mission Specifications;
       •Selection of placeholder COTS to populate each subsystem, satisfying mission objectives and mechanical restrictions;
       •Creation of the 3D models for each subsystem;
       •Study of possible internal configurations.

    •Satellite's orbital thermal study (Systema & Thermica):
       •Identification of Heat Transfer Mechanisms - Nodal Analysis;
       •Assessment of Thermal Interfaces and their properties;
       •Identification and calculation of Conductive Links;
       •Development of the thermal model and mesh;
       •Analysis of two test cases: Hot and Cold Case.
     
    10/2013 - 02/2014 IGOSat Project - Mission Design Review, Paris Diderot University
    •Mission concepts review;
    •System and sub-system functional requirements definition;
    •Constraints identification;
    •Completion of the Phase 0 report;
    •Presentation to the CNES (National Centre for Space Studies)
     
    04/2013 - 07/2013 Neural Networks Research Trainee, SYRTE (Systèmes de Référence Temps-Espace), Paris Observatory
     
    Objective: prediction of one of the Earth Orientation Paramenters (EOP), UT1, using Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) - (MatLab Neural Networks Toolbox);
    Scientific Interest: short and long term predictions of the EOP are required for navigation, precise orbit determination and leap second announcements.
    State of the Art: Current methods use deterministic processes such as Least Square Fitting and Autoregressive Filtering.

    •Tasks:
      •Development and training of several ANN using real data from the last 50 years;
      •Comparison of the results versus other ANN developed in C and versus current methods;
      •Testing of more advanced ANN such as the NARX (Nonlinear AutoRegressive with eXternal input);
     •Results presented at the 2013 conference "Journées 2013 - Systémes de Référence Spatio-Temporels"
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      Traits
     Good Communication Skills
     Able to Adapt
     Motivated
     Team Player
     Organized
     Patient
     
    Languages
    o Portuguese: Native
    o English: Fluent
        o TOEIC : 985/990
    o French: Intermediate

     IT Skills
    OS: Windows, Linux
    Office: Microsoft Office
    Numerical Tools: MatLab, Neural Network Toolbox, Scilab, Simulink
    CAD Tools: Blender, Google SketchUp, FEMAP, LTSpice
    Thermal Analysis: Thermica
    Programming (basic): IDL/GDL, C, Python, Unix shell scripts, Fortran 95


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