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     Date Submitted:18-05-2015
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     Current job:Studies Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Launch Systems
     KeywordsHolder of the diploma of “Arts et Métiers ParisTech” engineer, I also studied in the “Space System Engineering” Advanced Master at ISAE. In the continuity of this master's degree, I am currently working at CNES, the French space agency, in the La
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    Objective: To work as close as possible to space launch operation.

    Arts et Métiers ParisTech Engineer (ENSAM)

    French Graduate School of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

    Advanced Master « Space Systems Engineering » at ISAE

    French Graduate School of Space Engineering

    Mobility: International

    Nationality:French

    Age:                        25

    Driving licence:      B (French Car licence)

    English:                   Fluent& professional

    Spanish:                 Moderate

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Educational background & Qualifications

     

    2012-2013:             Advanced Master « Space Systems Engineering »,      Toulouse (France)

    ·  Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace - ISAE (SupAero)

    Skills: Space projects environment- Missions and system - Satellites, launchers and spacecrafts

    2009-2012:            Leading French graduate engineering school,     Paris (Fr)

    ·  Equivalent to UK combined BSC/MSC in engineering at Arts et Métiers ParisTech (ENSAM)

    ·  Specializations:InformationSystems and Knowledge Management

    Skills:Mechanical, energy and industrial engineering – Project management

     

    Professional Experience

     

    2014:                        Studies engineer – Safety, performance and flight control       Paris (75)      in office

    ·Working at CNES(French space agency) for CS Communication & Système

    § Analysis of future launchers Ariane 6 and Ariane 5 MEa dislocations during launch phase

    Objectives: Adaptation of a simulator to calculate the state of a launcher to accommodate a more precise definition of the launch phase. Design and coding of a Monte Carlo tool to disperse input parameters. Studies of Ariane 6 and Ariane 5MEa launch phases in the scope of attitude control, lateral swiftness and launch pad dislocations.

    § Validation of computational reentry model for undamaged or fragmented launcher stages.

    Results: Establishment of a validation plan and monitoring of an associated dashboard. Synthesis of the reference data. Automations of the validation simulations. Results analysis and comparison with the reference data.

    § Impact of the positioning of the launch pad on the availability of Ariane 6 launches with respect to the Altitude Winds criteria.

    Results: Automation and modification of the calculation tool, CALISA Vega, to calculate the availability of the Ariane 6 launcher according to the launch pad. Comparison and cross-check between CALISA Ariane and CALISA Vega. Calculation of the availability of Ariane 5 launch from his own launch pad but with the parameters of this study (Ariane 6 parameters) and comparison with the results obtained in the first part.

     

    2013:                        Project Manager – Ariane Technical Memory, Evry (91)       6 months

    ·  Arianespace (World'sfirst commercial space transportation company)

    ·  Final year advanced project: Organization of the Technical Memory for Ariane. Design of a new tool giving added value to the capitalization of information, memory of the technical facts and data searching.

    Results: New dematerialized document, integrated into the applications of the company.Support for the change management of current processes. Overview of the current engineering memory and identification of issues, achievable improvements and technical solutions to implement.


     

    Professional Experience

     

    2012:                        Project Engineer in Development,   Paris (Fr)        5 months

    ·  LCPIat Arts et Métiers ParisTech(Product Design and Innovation Laboratory)

    ·  Final year advanced project:Conception and development of an interactive module for managing databases and implementing new elements into the Skippi system. Skippi is a decision-making and creativity-helping tool for the designers with digital model for the integrated conception Kansei/Product/Process.

    Results:Java programing learning, simple applet Java to hierarchize words and links, validation of the functions and characteristics, planning and working approach.

     

    2011:                        Design Engineer, Bordeaux (Fr)       13 weeks

    ·  EADS Astrium - Space Transportation (Systems and civil and military spatial services)

    ·  Work placement assisting engineer: Draft and conception of a flexible unit of treatment of radioactive waste for the market of the dismantling civil nuclear energy.

    Results:Presentation of benchmarks (tools of cut in contaminated circles) in a milestone meeting of the project, Digital models of the possible architectures of the unit and meeting presentation, elaboration of a scenario for a type of waste on chosen architecture.

     

    2010:                        AssistantTechnician, Paris (Fr)     2 months

    ·  METRACOM (Integration of systems of telecommunication, broadcast and satcom)

    ·  Work placement as technician:Writing English reports, procedures in security, maintenance.

    Results:Translation and writing of technical reports, mechanical model (scale 1) of the heart of an antenna and successful integration on the satellite parabola, writing of user guide an assembling a new antenna’s foot.

     

    Additional skills

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    English:           I studied English at school for 12 years. I’m able to write sentences in complex form, to understand text, newspaper articles and books. I can write reports, understand and hold a conversation in everyday situations and some discussions with technical aspects. I am able to carry out tasks in a professional situation and I feel comfortable in an English speaking country. My technical English is quickly perfectible.

     

    Spanish:          I have learned Spanish for 7 years. I can understand basic texts and sentences.

     

    Computing:    Engineering: Matlab/Simulink, CATIA V5, Ansys.

                             Programming: Python, JavaScript.

                             Office software: Office Pack (in particular Groove, Project and Visual Basic)

    References

     

    Pierre Yves TISSIER, Chef de Division adjoint

    Arianespace, Division Lanceurs en Production

    Email: py.tissier(at)arianespace.com

    Jean-François OMHOVER, Maître de Conférences

    Laboratoire CPI, Arts & Métiers ParisTech

    Email: jean-francois.omhover(at)ensam.eu

     

    Associative Experiences

     

    2014-2015:    SpaceUp France member andSpaceUp Toulouse organizer

    A SpaceUp is an "unconference" focused on space (both the aerospace industry and the associated science) during which engineers, astronauts, entrepreneurs, scientists, developers, students, journalists & dreamers hold sessions on the future of space exploration.

    The last edition was held at Cité de l’Espace in Toulouse on September 2014. The next one will be SpaceUp X on the campus of Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France) on next November and I am organizing this one too.

    Skills: This non-profit association is the best way to show my motivation to work in space activities. With the association, I learned team organization, relationship with suppliers and partners and communication.

     

    2010-2012:    President of “Arts et Métiers” student Association of Clunyand then Vice-President of the national “Arts et Métiers” student association(“Union des Elèves”)

                                3500 members – Annual budget of 5 M€ –Board members: 36 students

    National coordination and management of numerous large-scale projects (Paris and the other 7 “Arts et Métier” schools), Communication and Web 2 .0, students representative.

     

    Skills: This experience is a good way to improve and to put in contribution, on another scale, my skills gained by my prior associative experiences. I follow each person in charge of activities in order advise them and to ensure that all activities of the association are running smoothly. Moreover I am in charge of the national communication 2.0 of the association and I lead a lot of projects in order to improve our web personal branding. I also have to define, with the president, the strategy of the association.

     

    2011:               Students representativeto the Council of Cluny’s center and to the National Board of directors of “Arts et Métiers”

    Skills: Ability to represent and defend students’ opinions and interests in front of all the directors, CEOs and administrators of the school, in every situation.

     

     

    Interests & Activities

     

    Computing:    2.0 Computing, Tools of collaborative working

    Sports:             Handball (7 years – club and national selection), Skiing, Scuba Diving (2nd level FFESSM/CMAS and PADI)

     

     

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