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     Date Submitted:27-03-2015
     Last Modified:29-03-2015 (05:19)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsRe-entry simulation, space debris, satellite system design, spacecraft propulsion
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    30 Years old, nationality German

    Education

     

     

    10/2005 – 08/2013

    Study of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Stuttgart. Area of specialization: Space Systems and Fluid Dynamics. Final grade: 2.2 (“good”)

     

    08/2009 – 02/2010

    Study abroad at the San José State University, CA, USA.
    Classes:  Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Spacecraft propulsion,
    Spacecraft Design (GPA 3.9/4.0).

     

    1995 – 2004

    Abitur at Markgraefler Gymnasium Muellheim.

     

     

    Working experience

     

    09/2013 –  03/2014

    Continuation at Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics (EMI), Freiburg, Germany, as student asst. working on re-entry of space debris.

    02/2013 –  08/2013

     

    Diploma thesis at Fraunhofer: Development of a method for cubesat system design approach, graded “very good” (1.3).

    06/2011 –  12/2011

    Research paper: CFD – Simulation of the STARDUST re-entry at selected
    trajectory points, graded “very good“(1.3).

    01/2009 –  08/2009

    Student assistant at the Institute of Combustion Technology of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Stuttgart: execution of CFD-simulations for the calculation of flamespeed and ignition delay.

    10/2007 –  02/2008

    Internship at EADS Eurocopter: Development of automatization tools for the failure probability analysis of helicopter parts from the series EC135 and EC145.

    01/2006 –  04/2008

    Participation in the European Student Moon Orbiter (ESMO) project, jointly responsible for the design of the chemical propulsion and attitude control system. Participation in three one-week workshops at ESA ESTEC (NL).

     

    Languages &    miscellaneous

     

    German

    Nativelanguage

    English

    Fluent:  09/2004 – 04/2005 Work & Travel in Australia/New Zealand,
                   08/2009 – 02/2010  Study in the USA , TOEFL iBT 104/120 Points

    Spanish, French

    Beginner (A1 – level class at the language center of the University of Stuttgart)

    Software knowledge

    AGI-STK, Catia V5, Programs for mesh generation for CFD calculations, 2D - 3D (Gridpro, Gridgen, MEGACads, ANSYS introductory course)



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