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     Date Submitted:07-07-2015
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     Current job:Ingénieur en instrumentation spatiale
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsOptoelectronics, physics, CMOS, CCD, remote sensing
    CV

    27 ans Marié

    Ingénieur de recherche composants hybrides optoélectroniques

    spécialisé en détecteurs semi-conducteurs

     

    Formation

    2011/2015 : Thèse de Doctorat cofinancée par le Centre National d’Études Spatiales et SAGEM defense security pour une thèse en instrumentation spatiale à l’Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie (Toulouse).

    2009/2011 : Master professionnel Techniques Spatiales et Instrumentation - Université Toulouse III. 2005/2008 : DUT Mesures Physiques (matériaux & électronique) - Université Toulouse III.

     

    Expérience

    2011/2015 : Préparation d’une thèse : « Caractérisation des modules de détection de la caméra X/Gamma ECLAIRs sur le satellite SVOM pour la détection des sursauts gamma ».

    • ✓  Expertise sur les détecteurs semi-conducteurs et leur sélection pour la spectro-imagerie.

    • ✓  Maitrise des sous-systèmes de l’instrument pour la caractérisation de ses performances

      Caractérisation des ASICs (AMS CMos 0,35 μm) et des électroniques de lecture chaudes.

    • ✓  Travail de recherche en équipe sur un projet spatial bilatéral de haute maturité technologique

      (Nuclear Instrument & Methods A Young Researcher Award 2013).

      2011 : Stage de 6 mois au Centre Spatial de Toulouse (CNES/DCT/SI/AP)

    Préparation Pléiades : analyse thématique et méthodologique d’image à très haute résolution pour le suivi du littoral (publication IEEE 2012).

    2010 : Projet de recherche au laboratoire Dynamique Terrestre et Planétaire (OMP Toulouse).
    Analyse de données du spectro-imageur Virtis-M et VMC embarqués sur la sonde Venus Express de l’ESA. (géo-référencement, traitement d’image et spectroscopie infrarouge)

    2009/2014 : Animateur scientifique, intervenant à la Cité de l’Espace de Toulouse.

    • ✓  Forte culture générale liée au domaine spatial et aux missions d’astrophysique, d’observation de la Terre et de physique de l’atmosphère.

    • ✓  Interventions au planétarium : exposés au grand public sur de nombreux thèmes astronomiques (communication et vulgarisation scientifique).

      2008 : Stage de 3 mois à l’observatoire volcanologique du Piton de la Fournaise en qualité d’assistant ingénieur capteurs et télécommunications. (île de la Réunion).

    • ✓  Etalonnage d’inclinomètres de haute précision en réseau.

    • ✓  Performance dans le travail en équipe sur le terrain.

    Activités extra-professionnelles

    • ▪  Anglais courant (lu, écrit et parlé, score TOEIC: 850).

    • ▪  Formation aux Techniques & Technologies des Véhicules Spatiaux (TTVS octobre 2013)

    • ▪  Programmation C, C++, Matlab, IDL, Python et Labwindows CVI

    • ▪  Maîtrises des logiciels IDL-ENVI / librairie GEANT4 (radiations) et OTB (traitement d’images)

    • ▪  Membre des CCTs Optique & Optoélectronique et Traitement du Signal et des Image

    • ▪  Sélec/onné pour deux campagnes de vol parabolique à bord de l’A300 et A310 0-G (2014 et 2015)

    • ▪  Observateur de service au télescope Bernard Lyot (pic du midi)


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