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     Date Submitted:21-04-2015
     Last Modified:21-04-2015 (12:14)
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     Current job:PhD candidate - Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAerospace Engineer, MSc, PhD, Guidance and Control, Orbital Dynamics, Attitude Control
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    PROFESSIONAL/RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

     

    PhD candidate / Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher (Astronet-II)

    University of Strathclyde

    Glasgow, UK

    Oct. 2012 – Current date

    Research on spacecraft guidance and control, focusing on the development of algorithms for on-board generation of optimal trajectories with applications to attitude manoeuvres and close proximity flight. Research interests: GNC, attitude control, orbital dynamics, asteroids missions, active debris removal.

     

    Research placement

    Deimos Space

    Madrid, SPAIN

    May – Aug. 2014

    Development of guidance and control algorithms for asteroid close proximity flight.

     

    Orbital Dynamics engineer

    Centre National d’Études Spatiales (CNES)

    Toulouse, FRANCE

    Sep. 2011 – Oct. 2012

    Within the LOS frame (French Space Act for space debris treatment), study of the resonances provoked by the tesseral terms of the Earth gravitational potential. Development and implementation of a model for STELA, a long-term orbit propagator for space debris.

     

    Internship in Mission Analysis

    Centre National d’Études Spatiales (CNES)

    Toulouse, FRANCE

    Feb. 2011 – Jul. 2011

    Development of an optimisation method for the analysis of descent trajectories of Philae (mission Rosetta's lander).

     

    Internship in Telemetry Management

    Thales Alenia Space

    Turin, ITALY

    Jul. 2010 – Sep. 2010

    Development of a tool for the management and analysis of the incoming telemetry from ISS' Columbus module.

     

    ACADEMIC FORMATION

     

    Aeronautical Engineering (specialization Space Vehicles), MSc

    Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC)

    Barcelona, SPAIN

    2005-2011

     

    PROGRAMMING/SOFTWARE

     

    ×           Programming: Matlab, C++, Fortran, Scilab

    ×           CAD: Solid Edge, Solid Works

    ×           FEM structure analysis: ANSYS

     

    LANGUAGES

     

    ×           English. Fluent (C2)

    ×           French. Fluent (C1)

    ×           Italian.Fluent (C1, writing B2)

    ×           Spanish, Catalan. Mother languages.

     

     


     

    PUBLICATIONS

     

    ×           Design of an Attitude Stabilization Electromagnetic Module for Detumbling Uncooperative Targets, Caubet, A., Biggs, J., IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky 2014

    ×           Optimal Attitude Motion Planner for Large Slew Maneuvers Using a Shape-Based Method, Caubet, A., Biggs, J., AIAA Guidance Navigation and Control Conference, Boston 2013

    ×           Heteroclinic Optimal Control Solutions for Attitude Motion Planning, Biggs, J., Maclean, C., Caubet, A., Australian Control Conference, Perth 2013

    ×           Semi Analytical Implementation of Tesseral Harmonics Perturbations for High Eccentricity Orbits, Morand, V., Caubet, A., Deleflie, F., Daquin, J., Fraysse, H., AAS Astrodynamics Specialist Conference, Hilton Head 2013

     

    COMPLEMENTARY FORMATION

     

    ×           During PhD:

    -    Astronet School in Rome (Feb. 2013), Glasgow (Jun. 2013), Zielona Gora (Jun. 2014), Milan (Feb. 2015)

    -    UKube Workshop, Milton Keynes (Jan. 2013)

    -    Enterprise Academy (entrepreneurship and business 3-day course), Glasgow (May 2013)

    -    Scottish Space School (organisation committee of outreach activity), Glasgow (Jun. 2013)

    -    Invitation To Tender (ESA) proposal writing (Sep. 2014)

    -    Startup Weekend Space, Bremen (Mar. 2015)

    -    Strathclyde Research Presentation Day organising committee, Glasgow (Jun. 2015)

    ×           Previous:

    -    Space Station Workshop Design in Stuttgart, Germany 2010

    -    Member of a students' team developing an UAV, 2009 - 2010

    -    Semester at Politecnico di Torino within the Erasmus program, 2010

    -    Engineering Without Frontiers (2 months in El Salvador designing water systems), 2009

    -    Finalist of the GMV Engineering Competition, Valladolid 2008


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