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     Date Submitted:13-04-2015
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    POSITION    Software Engineer
     


    WORK EXPERIENCE

    October 2008 - Present        Software Engineer and Technical Supervisor
               
                    INSA (Ingeniería y Servicios Aeroespaciales). The company was merged with ISDEFE (Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España) from december 2012.
               
                    • Engineer and Technical Supervisor at Galileo Programme (10/2014 - Present):
                        - Under the project “Development of equipment/systems from the Spanish CPA (Competent PRS Authority)": The Public Regulated Service (PRS) is the encrypted navigation service in Galileo Programme, to design a strong signal capable to resist jamming and spoofing.
                        - Tasks performed: elaboration of the Technical Specifications Sheet for the contractors, project management, technical supervision of hardware and software, communication with supervision team and contractors, elaboration of Sheets and plans using ECSS standards:
                        ►ECSS-M-ST-10C (Space project management: Project planning and implementation)
                        ►ECSS-E-HB-40A (Space engineering: Software engineering handbook)
               
                    • Software Engineer at DIANA Programme (10/2008 -01/2015):
                        - DIANA Programme develops a high speed and high capacity manoeuvrability aerial target UAV created by INTA (Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial).
                        - Job description: complete technical work and managing tasks for Ground Segment projects "Software Development for DIANA Ground Control Station" and "Software Development for the Automatic Control of an Antenna and Video Platform". Development of software for mission planning and monitoring, flight data analysis, payload managing, data telemetry monitoring and processing at real-time, telecommand generation and transmission to the UAV, spatial geo-referred maps utilization.
                        - Tasks performed: requirements elicitation, communication with customer, software architectural analysis and design, software development, pattern design programming, progress reports elaboration, follow-up meetings, problem reports resolution and management, project documentation elaboration, test planning, software release production, application installer implementation and software deployment in customer facilities.
                        - Technologies used: Visual Studio 2005 as IDE (Integrated Development Environment), Visual C++ .NET for developing the software, .NET MapWinGIS plugin (cartographic planning, spatial functions and geo-referred maps utilisation), OpenGL as graphic engine for UAV control panel and 3D map drawing, SQL Server 9.0 as database management system (SQL Server managing applications: SQL Server Management Studio), Apache Subversion as version control system.

                    • Software Engineer at CEDEA Project “UAV Ground Control Station Development”  (09/2011 –05/2012):
                        - CEDEA (Centro de Experimentación de El Arenosillo) is a centre which belongs to INTA and is located in Mazagón (Huelva). The centre main duties include trajectory analysis and UAV flight monitoring.
                        - Job description: Development of the mission evaluation module: software for UAV data analysis and processing, obtained during the flight, for the purpose of elaborating a mission final report.
                        - Tasks performed: requirements elicitation, communication with customer, software architectural analysis and design, software development, follow-up meetings, problem reports resolution and management, project documentation elaboration, test planning, software release production, and software deployment in customer facilities.
                        - Technologies used: Eclipse as IDE (Integrated Development Environment), Java SE 6 for developing the software, JFreeChart API for graphic toolkit implementation, Linux (Debian) knowledge at user level, PostgreSQL 9.2 as database management system plus PostGIS extension for adding a spatial functions set, Apache Subversion as version control system.

    April 2007 – September 2008    Senior Analyst / Programmer

                    Atos Origin

                    • Projects in Orange (France Telecom): design and implementation of business flows and adapters using TIBCO middleware architectures. Test development and support. Design and development of Java J2SE applications. Technologies used: TIBCO Suite (BusinessWorks, Integration Manager and Designer), adapters (Java and C++), Linux shell scripting.

    April 2006 – March 2007        Senior Analyst / Programmer

                    Cronos Ibérica (Alten)

                    • Web platforms of management of Ministerio de Vivienda services for Financial Entities, and development of a Telematic Registry and its access platform using Public Key Certification (Digital Signature). Technologies used: Java J2EE, Web Services, Apache server, Struts, JSP, XML, Javascript, Ajax, PL/SQL, Oracle database.

    2004 – March 2006        Internship                

                    • Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Development of Java J2SE applications for the Computer Engineering School (3 months)
                    • Telefónica I+D. Implementation of the Imagenio platform using Java J2EE and Apache servers (9 months)
                    • Ya.com. Development of web applications using Java J2EE, servlets and XSL (3 months)
                    • Axa Seguros e Inversiones.  Optimization of a stock projection system, developed in C++ (4 months)
     


    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    2005 - 2007            Phd in Computer Engineering
                    • Universidad Complutense de Madrid
                    • 3 years in doctorate in Computer Architecture and Technology

    1999 - 2005            Computer Engineering
                    • Universidad Complutense de Madrid 
     


    CERTIFICATIONS

    October 2014            Certified ScrumMaster (CSM)

    October 2012            PMI Certified, Project Management Professional (PMP)

    October 2010            Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 6 Programmer

     


    COURSES

    February 2015            PostGIS 2. Advanced spatial analysis
                    • Course instructed by the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV) (45 hours)
                    • Spatial databases (PostgreSQL), GIS cartography, spatial relations and functions, geometry analysis and conversion

    November 2011            Embedded Systems Technology in Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
                    • Course instructed by the COIAE (Official Association of Spanish Aeronautic Engineers) (40 hours)
                    • UAS systems, payloads, navigation, guiding, control, health monitoring, flight tests

    May 2011            Introduction to the Certification of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
                    • Course instructed by the COIAE (Official Association of Spanish Aeronautic Engineers) (15 hours)
                    • Civil and militar normatives which apply to the certification of UAS

    2008                UML and Rational Rose
                    • Development with UML on Rational Rose, and design patterns of software architectures (40 hours)

    2005                Development with XML, XSL and Web Services
                    • Handling of SOAP, DOM, XPath, WML, Web Services (25 hours)

    2005                Design of software architectures
                    • Advanced techniques of pattern design and software architectures (45 hours)

    2005                Web application development
                    • Development of applications using web technologies: XML, XSL, XSLT, xPath, servlets, Weblogic (45 hours)



    PERSONAL SKILLS

    Mother tongue(s)        Spanish

    Other language(s)       English: Listening (C1), Reading (C1), Speaking (B2), Writing (C1)
        
                    • TOEIC Exam, September 2013: 920 points (465 points Listening + 455 points Reading)

                    • Levels: A1/A2: Basic user - B1/B2: Independent user - C1/C2: Proficient user
                    • Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

    Other skills            

                    • Software Engineering: UML software planning using Rational Rose (9 years).
                    • C++ programming: Visual C++ .NET (Visual Studio), C++ Builder (6 years).
                    • Geographic information systems: MapWinGIS (6 years).
                    • Java programming: Java SE 8 (and previous versions), Java EE. IDEs: Eclipse, JDeveloper, and others (9 years).
                    • Web application programming: Struts, JavaBeans, servlets, Web Services, XML (DOM, SAX), CSS, XSL, JSP, JavaScript, Ajax (2 years).
                    • Other programming skills: graphic control development in OpenGL, Linux Shell Scripting (6 years).
                    • Web and application servers: Apache, Tomcat, BEA Weblogic, OracleAS (2 years).
                    • Databases: SQL Server, SQL Server Management Studio, Oracle, MySQL, TOAD administration, PostgreSQL (pgAdmin, PostGIS, GDAL) (9 years).
                    • Versioning control systems: Apache Subversion (6 years).
                    • Middleware: TIBCO Suite (BusinessWorks, IntegrationManager and Designer) (1 year).
                    • Office applications: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Visio, last version included) (10 years).
                    • Operating systems: Windows (Windows 8 included) and Linux (Red Hat, Debian), user level (10 years).

    Driving license            A2, B1



    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Conferences            Paper presented “Design and Implementation of a Rendering Algorithm in a SIMD Reconfigurable Architecture (MorphoSys)” in conferences:
                    • DATE, Design, Automation & Test in Europe. Munich, 2006
                    • CEDI, Congreso Español De Informática. Granada, 2005


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