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     Date Submitted:01-07-2015
     Last Modified:01-07-2015 (05:27)
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     Current job:System Engineer, Physics PhD
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months

    System Engineer

    PhD in Physics


    More than 8 years of experience in Space projects as Design authority, project manager and system engineer in the electric propulsion domain: PPS®1350, Small GEO and the payloads : MicrOmega/IR for ExoMars


    Technical and Personal Skills

     Project and design configuration Management, Propulsion onboard satellite Platform, Opticand Infrared Detection, Technical Management, Knowledge of the Space environment (environment/constraint, Customers/ESA, Scientific problematic), Techniques (Cryogenic, work in clean room, Vacuum Techniques).

    Organized, Synthetic, Pragmatic, Working Team.


    Work Experience


    Nov 2013 – Up to Now

    PPS®1350 Design Authority, SAFRAN Snecma, Vernon, France

    •  Responsible for the Design Justification file and for the configuration management
      • Answer and Negotiation of technical demand (including request for quotations)
      • Anomaly treatment on the materials (8D, Anomaly Cause Analysis)
      • Design authority : responsible for the Justification file and for the product quality
      • Responsible for the technical requirements and their implementation in all step of the project (including the compliance and verification)
    •  Industrialization Responsible for the PPS®1350 family :
      • Manufacturing cycle optimisation
      • Anomaly treatment
      • Configuration management: change notice, justifications…
      • Synthesis and presentation to customers
    • Project manager and creative force for innovation:
      • Leader and manager of Activities and schedule: design, production and tests
      • Improvement and management of processes
      • Global Synthesis and defend of the justification file in front of customers

    Nov. 2008 – Nov. 2013

    System Engineer, space propulsion division at SAFRAN Snecma, France:

    • Technical manager of the Electric Propulsion Thrusters Assembly (EPTA) for the Small GEO (SGEO) project :
      • Analysis and participation to the design and the integration of complex propulsion system on the satellite (mechanical and thermal interfaces, power budget, control…)
      • Analysis and writing of the requirement from the customer specifications and guarantee all the budgets allowed (mass, power, volume…)
      • To lead all the production and tests activities for the EPTA
      • To participate actively to all meeting and Review in the framework of ESA project
    • Design and development of new propulsion systems for satellite
    • Technical Engineer on all Snecma products: PPS-1350G, TMA, TMA-NG...
    • Test engineer on electric propulsion equipment (specification, management, EGSE, MGSE)

    2005 – 2008

    Instrumentalist Engineer (PhD student) at “Laboratoire d’Astrophysique Spatiale” (IAS), ORSAY, FRANCE. Design and Development of an Imaging Hyperspectral Microscope for Space Applications in the framework of the ExoMars Mission:

    • Analysis and design ofcomplex infrared systems
    • Design and realization Optic and Electronic Ground System Equipment (OGSE and EGSE)
    • Work  in multidisciplinary teams: mechanics, electronics, design, gluid and thermal engineer.
    • Work with Russia as a subcontractor: Definition of the specifications, check and control of the performances and test of the delivered materials   

    Educational Background


    2005 - January 2009

    PhD in Physics, Astrophysics and Space Techniques, University Paris XI, ORSAY, FRANCE, «MicrOmega/IR: Design and Development of an hyperspectral infrared Microscope for in situ analysis of Martian Sample », thesis co funded by CNES and ASTRIUM.Director : Jean-Pierre BIBRING, supervisor: Michel BERTHE


    Engineer Diplomafrom the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Techniques Avancées” (ENSTA), specialized in Space Propulsion and Fluid Mechanic,   Paris, France,

    Master of Science:Astrophysics and Associated Methods, university Paris VII « Denis Diderot », obtained with distinction.


    Languages and IT Skills


    English: Fluent. Spanish: Scolar. German: beginner Russian: Beginner


    IT Skills:

    Programmation Languages: C, HTML, PHP/MySQL, IDL, LABVIEW, fortran Good knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and LateX

    Knowledge of the operating system Windows et Unix



    Diving, Windsurfing (Fun-board), golf, movies, Judo/Jujitsu

    Finance and Assets management



    V.Vial, V.Leroi, N.Cornu and al., 2014, “PPS®1350-E Development Status”, Space Propulsion conference.

    Duchemin O., V. Leroi, V. Vial, and al., 2010, “Electric Propulsion Thruster Assembly for Small GEO”. Joint Propulsion Conference, American Institute of Aeronautic and Astronautics.

    Leroi V., Bibring J.P. et Berthé M., 2008, “MicrOmega: a new microscope for in situ analysis of Martian sample”, SPIE proceedings.

    Leroi V., Bibring J.P., Berthé M., 2008, “MicrOmega IR: a new infrared hyperspectral imaging microscope for in situ analysis”. International Conference on Space Optics (ICSO), CNES, Toulouse.

    Leroi V., Bibring J.P., Berthé M., 2008, “MicrOmega: Design and status of a near-infrared spectral microscope for in situ analysis of Mars samples”. Planet. Space Sci.

    Hadamcik E., Levasseur-Regourd A.C., Leroi V., Bardin D., 2007, “Imaging polarimetry of the dust coma of Comet Tempel 1 before and after Deep Impact at Haute-Provence Observatory”. ICARUS, Volume 190, Issue 2, p. 459-468.

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