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     Date Submitted:21-07-2015
     Last Modified:22-07-2015 (01:11)
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     Current job:Intern at NASA Glenn Research Center
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, , , Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSpace systems engineer



    University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI United States

    Master's Degree 12/2015

    GPA: 3.8 of a maximum 4

    Major: Space Systems Engineering

    Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

    This degree involves integration of the scientific, engineering, and management principles used in space systems. Courses like Spacecraft Technology, Space Policy and Management, Space Environment and Space Systems Design offered to study the core fields of Space Industry. The course Space Instrumentation (Space Balloon Class) helped attaining the Radio Technician License for radio applications. Through the course Space Systems Project, I was engaged in several Space Industry-mentored/Student Based CubeSat projects that involved rigorous hands on work.


    *Worked as the lead of Communications subsystem of team MiTEE (Miniature Tether Electrodynamics Experiment) under S3FL (Student Space Systems Fabrication Lab), University of Michigan, in partnership with JPL, California. (Jan-April ’15).

    *Worked as the lead of Command and Data handling subsystem of the ‘Clever Eye Mission Design’ (Rendezvous Proximity Operation) sponsored and guided by the Orbital Sciences Corporation, Dulles, VA (September 2014-April 2015)

    *Worked as a testing engineer (hardware and software interfacing using Gumstix processor) for the aforementioned ‘Clever Eye Mission Testing’ group. (Sept-Dec 2014)


    Panjab University, UIET Hoshiarpur, India

    Bachelor's Degree 06/2014

    GPA: 8.4 of a maximum 10

    Major: Electronics and Communication

    Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

    At UIET, I had the good fortune of having a balanced curriculum that placed equal emphasis on theoretical fundamentals and practical applications. Subjects like Engineering Mathematics, Physics and Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering laid a solid foundation in my understanding of theory, whereas Object Oriented Programming and Data Structures nurtured my programming skills, taking them to the next level. Electromagnetic Theory, Microwave Engineering and Digital Signal Processing pertained to clear concepts of analyzing waves while Digital Communication, Wireless Communication and Radar Engineering elucidated the understanding of communication technologies at the later stage. Optical Communications and Control Systems were also amongst advanced courses of this degree. Courses in Microcontrollers (both basic and advanced levels) helped us integrating the principals of programming and Electronics.


    * Worked under the project “Remote Sensing and GIS Mapping of Urban Sprawl, Landuse and Infrastructure Mapping of Meerut City, India” using ArcGIS applications and satellite imagery at the RSAC (January- May 2014).

    * Interfacing GSM module and various sensors with PIC 16F877 microcontroller for a security – autonomous system (Jan 2013)

    * Line follower capable of traversing a black line over white background with and without using microcontrollers (2012).

    * Received appreciation letter for the robot design at the ROBOCON-2013, Pune, India.




    NASA Glenn Research Center

    21000 Brookpark Road

    Cleveland, OH   44135 United States

    06/2015 - 08/2015           

    Summer Intern

    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

    A 10 weeks summer internship at NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTRE, Cleveland as a Systems Engineer in the Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) domain to perform Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), to build system models of the Near Earth Network, Space Network, and an Integrated Network Architecture using the MBSE tool MagicDraw.


    Professor Mark Moldwin

    1418 Space Research Bldg. 2455 Hayward St.

    Ann Arbor, MI   48109 United States

    01/2015 - 05/2015           

    Grader-Rocket Science

    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

    As the grader of the Rocket Science class(AOSS-101, University of Michigan) I was required to grade assignments and quizzes relevant to the class and help the students. As I am passionate about engaging myself in the domain of teaching and mentoring students who are beaconing themselves towards engineering and space exploration, this job gave me a good kick-start experience of direct interaction with the students. It was interesting to see fresh perspective of new students with their inquisitive questions and solutions!



    *A 10 weeks summer internship at NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTRE, Cleveland as a Systems Engineer in the Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) domain to perform Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), to build system models of the Near Earth Network, Space Network, and an Integrated Network Architecture using the MBSE tool MagicDraw.(June-August 2015)

    *A 6 month internship at REMOTE SENSING AND APPLICATIONS CENTRE (RSAC), that dealt with GIS applications over satellite imagery.(Jan-Jun 2014)

    *30 days training at HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICAL LIMITED (HAL), Lucknow, in the Fuel Automation and Control System of Sukhoi SU-30 MKI (Jun-July 2013)

    *A 30-day certified trainee in BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED (BSNL), Lucknow, in the field of telecommunications (Jun-July 2012)

    *A 15-day certified trainee at VASKOE pvt. Limited, Lucknow, particularly in the field of advanced microcontrollers and developing embedded systems esp. with the use of PIC microcontroller series.


    I have worked to gain competency in various computer concepts including those involved in courses such as:

    *Space Mission Design softwares such as Satellite tool Kit, SRIM, SPENVIS

    *Concepts of Algorithms, C and C++ Fundamentals and Java Programming,

    *Embedded C programming using softwares such as MikroC, Keil, MPLAB, MATLAB

    *GIS application softwares such as ArcGIS/ArcMAP, Google Earth

    *Circuit simulation softwares and tools such as V-Rep(Virtual Robot Experimental Platform), Proteus, PSpice and Auto-Cad

    *Verilog with Xilinx IDE(VHDL)  




    I served as the Communications Subsystem Lead for team MiTEE which is a University of Michigan-JPL funded cubesat project aiming to use electrodynamic tethers for propulsion and communication for the first time at cubesat level. My role involved developing Mission and Subsystem Requirements definition,Network Link Budget using MS Excel and managed work done by rest of the team members such as Communication Architecture Design for possible orbits using STK Link Budget Analysis Tool, Simulation and testing of conceptual designs for using tether as an antenna and related circuitry.


    Owning a profound background in programming and specially in hardware and software interfacing required for embedded systems, I worked as the lead for the command data handling subsystem of the 'Clever Eye Mission Design' (Rendezvous Proximity Operation) sponsored and guided in our department by the Orbital Sciences Corporation, Dulles, VA .


    While in my undergraduate college, I started writing technical blogs, became one of the chief editors of my college magazine and wrote for the yearbook. I was always a part of college cultural events, passionately participating in the area of choreography and singing. I was involved in the annual techno-cultural festival, where I received extols for my managerial skills and organized several technical events. I also became an executive member of the Training and Placement Committee of the college.

    Being a senior member of the college technical group, YANTRIX, I participated in Asia's premium robotics competition, 'ROBOCON-2013' with a theme of 'green earth' and we received a letter of appreciation for our robot design.


    University Musical Society

    520 East Liberty Street

    Ann Arbor, MI   48109 United States

    10/2014 - 05/2015           

    Production Assistant/Artist Service

    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

    I am skilled in assisting in the development and maintenance of wide-ranging programs and activities, typing skills. I have gained experience in giving assistance and administrative support by this stint at the University Musical Society. I had always relished that sort of roles and have always bore a strong logistical thinking. This work position is a direct result of my expertise in handling multi tasks, my commitment to personal and professional excellence, and my effective written and oral communication skills. The main accomplishment of being a part of UMS is that now I can approach people working as an Education and Community engager.

    Supervisor: Anne Grove (734-764-9187)

    Okay to contact this Supervisor: Contact me first


    Y.K Bhatnagar

    Jaago House, 537B/187B, Amber Bihar, Sector C, Priyadarshini, Sitapur

    Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh   India

    06/2013 - 07/2013           

    Apprentice, Jaago Arthik Vikas Samiti(NGO)

    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

    The Apprenticeship included the upliftment of slum children by educating them. It included making them aware of social and scientific facts that helped raising their rationale quotient.





    I voluntarily helped in editing and improving the content of Professor Gurpreet Singh Bain's(Professor in the ECE department, Panjab University) renowned book 'Digital Circuits and Logic Design' by PBS publication (4th edition) and received recommendation from him ( the book acknowledges my name).

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