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     Date Submitted:03-05-2015
     Last Modified:04-05-2015 (08:18)
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     Current job:Research associate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
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     KeywordsRe-entry plasma diagnostics, plasma wind tunnels, research, propulsion systems
    CV

    Work Experience   

    Since 2/2010                  Research associate at the Institute of Space Systems, University Stuttgart

    ·   Manager for the inductively heated plasma wind tunnel PWK3

    ·   ESA project, data analysis of the ATV1 observation campaign

    ·   ESA project, planning of the ATV-5 Re-entry Flight Observation campaign

    ·   Mars-Society Germany, development of flight sensor system for the MIRIAM2/Archimedes mission

    ·   DLR project, testing of thermal protection materials, (DLR@UniSt)

    ·   NASA project, participation in the airborne observation campaign of the Japanese Earth re-entry capsule Hayabusa

    ·   Supervision of diploma and bachelor thesis students

    ·   17 journal and conference papers as main or co-author

    09/2014-11/2014         Substitute Teacher for physics courses at the Hölderlin-Gymnasium Stuttgart

     

    Education

    2/2010-6/2014       PhD: “Characterization of CO2-Plasmas for entry maneuvers in the Mars atmosphere”, University Stuttgart

    ·   Laser spectroscopy, two photon laser induced fluorescence spectroscopy

    ·   Optical emission spectroscopy

    ·   High-speed imaging

    ·   intrusive measurement techniques

    o Pressure

    o Heat flux

    o Mass specific enthalpy

    University

    10/2003 – 01/2010      Diploma in Aerospace engineering, University Stuttgart

    ·    Specialization in space systems and thermodynamics

    ·    Secondary courses: electrical prupulsion, chemical propulsion, unconventional propulsion, plasma flows for technical applications, plasma flows for industrial processes, fuel cells and sensor technology

    ·    Diploma thesis: Analysis of the spectroscopic data from the observation of the Automated Transfer Vehicle ATV1 “Jules Verne”, University Stuttgart

    ·    Student thesis: Investigation of a Helicon Double Layer Thruster, Australian National University (ANU) Canberra, Australia

    Civil Service

    4/2002-1/2003    Caritasverband Boppard (social service organization), organizational tasks and “meals on wheels”

    School

    1993-3/2002       Kant-Gymnasium Boppard, A levels

     

    Qualifications

    Personal Development

    2012 – 2013        Within the “Graduate Program” at the German Aerospace Center (DLR):

    ·    Basics of project management: successful initiation, planning and conduction of scientific projects

    ·    Basics of communication: preparing difficult dialogs and handling conflicts

    ·    “Effective scientific presentations”

    ·    “Professional communication in scientific environments”

    Employment history

    2006 – 2012                   

    ·     Research student assistant at the Institute of Space Systems

    ·     Tutor for computing courses at the Institute for Computer Applications

    ·     Trainer for volleyball und beach volleyball for the University Stuttgart und the club SV Vaihingen

    Internships

    10/2005 – 3/2006   EADS Space Transportation, Immenstaad/Bodensee: Development and construction of biological experiments for operation on the International Space Station (ISS)

    5/2003                      WEFO GmbH Thermoplasten, Halsenbach/Hunsrück: die-casting

    2/2003 – 4/2003     Schottel GmbH, Spay am Rhein: metal working

    Foreign Languages       

    English:        Fluent

    Polish:          Fluent

    French:         Basic

    Computer skills     Matlab, Catia V5, Solid Edge, Fortran, Latex, MS Office

    Driving license       Class B (Germany)

    Hobbies                    Volleyball, trainer license C for volleyball and beach volleyball

     

    International experience

    2007/2008  Student thesis at the Australian National University in Canberra

    2010  Observation campaign, Palmdale/California, Melbourne/Australia, airborne observation campaign of the Japanese Hayabusa (NASA science airplane DC-8), one of only two European observation instruments aboard

     

    Awards

    2011  NASA Group Achievement Award to Hayabusa Re-entry Airborne Observation Project for exceptional team achievement in conducting a re-entry airborne observation campaign for the JAXA Hayabusa mission, Washington DC

    2010  NASA Ames Honor Award to Hayabusa Re-entry Airborne Observation Team for excellence in the category of Group/Team, NASA Ames Research Centre

    2002  Pierre-de-Coubertin-Medaille, Sportbund Rheinland-Pfalz, for sporting performances, fair play and community engagement


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