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A Swedish company with plans for a geostationary communications satellite announced Oct. 16 a contract with SpaceX for a Falcon Heavy launch no earlier than the fourth quarter of 2020. SpaceNews.com
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The NASA astronaut who was on the aborted Soyuz mission to the International Space Station says he has “complete confidence” in the Russians despite this launch failure and other problems and looks forward to flying again on the spacecraft. SpaceNews.com
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:13-04-2015
     Last Modified:21-04-2015 (03:29)
    Job information
     Current job:Coordinator
     Employment Term:Permanent
     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
     KeywordsEngineering, Thermal Engineering, Space Systems, Launch Vehicles, Analysis, Environmental Testing, Aerospace Engineering
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    Education/Qualifications
    Institution: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT University)
    City/Country: Melbourne, Australia
    Qualifications: Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) with Honours First Class
    Year: 2010-2014
    Leadership and Extra Curricular Activities:
    - Student Representative, University Open Day in 2010 and 2011.
    - Peer Mentor, In2Science program at Victorian schools, 2012
    - Team Leader, Science Experience program, 2013
    - Co-Founder and Vice-President of RMIT Astronautics Students Division, 2012-2013
    - Student Ambassador, Orientation Day 2013
    - Mentor, LEAP Engineering program, 2012-2013


    Institution: Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA)
    City/Country: Nanjing, China
    Qualifications: One semester of study as participant in exchange program
    Year: 2011-2012
    Courses Taken: Aerodynamics, Experimental Aerodynamics, Aircraft Design, Project Design, Theory of
    Elasticity, Basic Chinese
    .
    Institution: Marist College
    City/Country: Canberra, Australia
    Qualifications: Graduated Year 12
    Year: 1999-2004
    Courses Taken: Physics, Mathematics, English, Music, Computing, Sport and Religious Study.
    Leadership and Extra Curricular Activities:
    - Member of the senior football team.
    - Elected as a House Leader.
    - Participant in Toastmaster leadership program.
    - Committee member for college fundraisers.
    - Member of Senior Jazz band and College musical productions.


    Technical Skills
    - MS Office Suite
    - CATIA Design Software
    - AVL Fluid Dynamics Analysis
    - NASTRAN/PATRAN
    - MATLAB
    - ESATAN Thermal Modelling Suite


    Employment/Project History
    Employer: Airbus Defence and Space
    Start Date: Oct 2013
    End Date: May 2014
    Position/Title: Thermal Engineering Intern and Thesis Student
    Responsibilities:
    My work for Airbus DS included assisting in the thermal testing laboratories. This testing required setting up and planning of testing in a vacuum chamber. Providing test procedures and reporting on results was a key element during my time at Airbus DS. Further to this, my work included numerical analysis of systems for the thermal engineering department. Use of the ESATAN software allowed detailed analysis of space systems under flight conditions.
    Following a period of work as an Intern, I was given the opportunity to complete my thesis on an Airbus DS project. This thesis covered a thermal control system for electronic systems in space flight and launch vehicles. Background research covering the thermal control system currently in development was required, and this theoretical basis was applied in experimentation of the current design. The thesis further covered investigation of optimisation of the design, determined through numerical analysis applying the ESATAN TMS software package.


    Employer: RMIT Space Technology Association
    Start Date: Oct 2012
    End Date: Dec 2014
    Position/Title: Co-Founder and Vice-President
    Responsibilities:
    RSTA was founded with the intent for students to experience, first hand, professional level engineering projects that involve space related topics. I was instrumental in the founding of this group and continue as Vice-President. I organise a number of projects within the group and facilitate contact with external sources. A major work within RSTA at present is the AUSROC 2.5 program run by the Australian Space Research Institute. I have led two task groups within this project. I have designed and analysed structural fairing for the vehicle, as well as led a group running aerodynamic analyses of the design changes. Further to this, I was the assistant tea leader in a program for school children to experience the challenges of engineering through a water rocket development weekend. I initially proposed this project and assisted, over the course of two years, in the development of the event.


    Employer: Victorian Space Science Education Centre (VSSEC)
    Start Date: April 2013
    End Date: Jan 2015
    Position/Title: Educator
    Responsibilities:
    As an educator for VSSEC, my responsibility is to run activities based around space science and technology. This includes running a simulated walk on Mars, which requires teams to work to a goal and communicate with mission control. I am required to use my own experience to excite young people to study in science and engineering fields related to the tasks they perform. This position needs solid communication skills, outgoing and friendly personality, and a mature attitude in order to assist younger students to engage and enjoy science related activities.


    Personal Qualities
    Personality
    I have a very strong personality and I get along well with everyone. I enjoy the challenges set down in an ever-evolving industry. I'm sociable, but not loud and obtrusive. I have a kind-hearted nature and a calm temperament. My sense of humour leaves me as a friendly and caring person, strengthening my relationships with those around me.
    My ability to deal with difficult situations under pressure set me above my peers both in the workplace and out. I have a very agile mind and enjoy pushing myself to excel in everything I do.


    Hobbies/Interests
    I've played football since I was 6 years old. In this I've played in the highest divisions in all the regions I've
    played in. I've also played cricket, basketball, AFL, and rugby union for at least a season each. I enjoy pushing my body to the limits in the sporting area, as it is a good way to socialise and maintain a healthy mind.
    I've also played music from the time I was 12. I first learned to play the trumpet and have played in many school bands and regional music competitions. I've performed at various show nights in Canberra, Sydney and Newcastle. While in the College jazz Band I performed at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. I have also taught myself to play the guitar and the piano.


    Referees
    Dr Adrian Orifici
    Program Director, Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering
    RMIT University
    E: adrian.orifici(at)rmit.edu.au
    Mr Mathias Gralher
    Team Leader
    Thermal Analysis of Subsystems and Components
    Astrium GmbH
    E: mathias.gralher(at)astrium.eads.net
    Mr Luca Bertolacci
    Lead Educator
    Victorian Space Science Education Centre
    E:luca.bertolaacci(at)vssec.vic.edu.au


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