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     Date Submitted:15-06-2015
     Last Modified:24-06-2015 (09:57)
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     Current job:Ground Segment Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:,
     KeywordsC++, Ground Segment, PDGS, Networking, Distributed Systems
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    Personal Data

    Date of birth 11/02/1991                 Nationality Spanish

     

    Professional Experience

     

    02/14- Now

    R&D Engineer

     

    Deimos Castilla La Mancha (Aerospace company)

     

    GEO-Cloud Project (FP7 European Project). Design and implementation of a cloud architecture to observe the Earth by Fed4FIRE platforms. Developed in Python, C++ and Bash script. The distributed system was implemented by using the ZeroC ICE middleware. Cloud architecture realized raw data input of satellites,processed and distributed result images among users. Simulations of satellites and ground-based systems were done by using Python. Cloud platform has been BonFIRE and the space simulator was implemented by  using Virtual Wall. More information: http://nepi.inria.fr/UseCases/GeoCloud

     

    Multi Mission Ground Segment Control System (MM-GSCS). Design and develop the Multi Mission Ground Station Control System (MMGSCS) for the Deimos-2 satellite GSCS. The GSCS is the element in charge of configuring the ground station equipment and monitoring its operation during satellite passes. MMGSCS project will serve pass request of any satellite that it wants to use the Ground Station located in Puertollano.

     

    EntICE. Virtualisation is a key technology in Cloud computing that allows users to run multiple virtual machines (VM) with their own application environment on top of physical hardware. Virtualisation enables scaling up and down of applications by elastic on-demand provisioning of VMs in response to their variable load to achieve increased utilisation e
    fficiency at a lower operational cost, while guaranteeing the desired level of Quality of Service (QoS, such as response time) to the end-users. Typically, VMs are created using provider specific templates (so-called VM images) that are stored in proprietary repositories, leading to provider lock-in and hampering portability or simultaneous usage of multiple federated Clouds. - See more at: http://www.entice-project.eu/#sthash.UmKiZPyw.dpuf

     

     

     

     

    10/11- 06/12

    R&D scholarship

    ARCO R&D group, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

    Protocol of communication of wireless sensors for the Project VIA. (8 months)

    Study of  MQTT  protocol (IBM)  and implementation through a reverse engineering in   TinyOS by using nesC. Test skeletons were implemented by using  C++. Cross compilation support with source code , introduction on the executable (IRIS model).

     

     

    Education

     

    2014-Now

    Master in game development

    University of Castilla-La Mancha

    Engine architecture, graphics programming, advanced technics and developments of components by using C++.

     

     

    2012-2014

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2009-2012

    Computer Engineer - MSC

    Subjects such as: Architecture of distributed systems, Design of critical systems, High performance networks and High performance computing. Average grade: 8.2.

     

     

    Technical Engineer in Computer Systems

    Valedictorian Award to the best transcript in Technical Computer Systems Engineering concentration at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain).

    Subjects such as: Embedded and critical systems development, Database modelling, Programming of distributed applications. Average grade: 7.2.

     

    Additional Education

     

    Mother tongue

     

    Other languages

    Spanish

     

    English: Intermediate level B2

     

    Skills

    Decision-making skill, high self-esteem, emotional self-control, ability to work in a teamwork, authentic team spirit, easy adaptation for changes, interpersonal communication skill, comprehension ability, ability to synthesize, leadership skills, well-organised and ability to work under pressure.

     

     

    Technical skills

     regarding the employment

     

    -Systems management: Windows and others based on Linux.

    -MS Office y OpenOffice

    -Programming languages: C, C++ y Python (advanced level).

    -Programming languages: Java  and Hibernate ( intermediate level).

    -Programming languages: Ada, .Net, Bash (intermediate level).

    -Knowledge of MPI and Open-MPI libraries.

    -Knowledge of  Web programming through GWT and Struts.

    -Advanced knowledge of distributed middleware ZeroC ICE.

    -Programming languages of Script such as Python and Blender.

    -VHDL programming (basic level).

    -Database Programming (SQL).

    -CCNA (basic level).

     

    Other skills

    -To assemble and dismantle technological equipment such as computers.

    -Cloud Computing.

     

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    Courses

    More tan 260 hours done in INTECO courses:

    ▪  “Programming of  e-ID (DNIe) apps”.

     

    Driving license

    B

     

    Publications

     

     

    -Gerardo González, Rubén Pérez, Jonathan Becedas, Manuel Latorre and Félix Pedrera, “Measurement and Modelling of PlanetLab Network Impairments for Fed4FIRE’s7 GEO-Cloud Experiment”. IEEE 26th International Teletraffic Congress - Workshop on Future Internet and Distributed Clouds (ITC 2014), Karlskrona, Sweden, September

    2014.

     

    -Rubén Pérez, Gerardo González, Jonathan Becedas, Manuel Latorre and Félix Pedrera, “Test Cloud Computing for Massive Space Data Processing, Storage and Distribution with Open-Source Geo-Software”. FOSS4G-Europe Congress - Workshop on Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial, INSPIRE and Big Data (FOSS4G-

    Europe 2014), Bremen, Germany, July 2014.

     

    -Jonathan Becedas, Gerardo González, Rubén Pérez, Manuel Latorre and Félix Pedrera,

    “Cloud Architecture for Processing and Distribution of Satellites Imagery”. FOSS4G-Europe Congress - Workshop on Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial, IN-SPIRE and Big Data (FOSS4G-Europe 2014), Bremen, Germany, July 2014.

     

    -Manuel Latorre, Félix Pedrera Jonathan Becedas, Gerardo González and Rubén Pérez,

    “Validation of an experimental on-demand cloud infrastructure for Earth Observation Web Services”. FOSS4G-Europe Congress - Workshop on Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial, INSPIRE and Big Data (FOSS4G-Europe 2014), Bremen, Germany, July 2014.

     

    -Jonathan Becedas, Gerardo González, Rubén Pérez, Manuel Latorre and Félix Pedrera,

    “Validation of an Experimental Cloud Infrastructure for Earth Observation Services”.

    RAQRS’IV Congress - Workshop on Recent Advances in Quantitative Remote Sensing, Valencia, Spain, September 2014.


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