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    Ingénieur SUPAERO 2011

     

    FORMATION

     

    2007–2011

    ISAE cursus SUPAERO (Toulouse) : Formation ingénieur

    Grande Ecole visant à former des ingénieurs à dominante en Aéronautique et Espace.

    Options de 3e année : Systèmes spatiaux / Architecture mécanique et thermique des véhicules spatiaux.

    Options de 1re/2e année : Astrophysique / Physique et Espace.

    2005–2007

    Lycée Henry Poincaré (Nancy, France) : Classes préparatoires PCSI/PC*

    Juin 2005

    Baccalauréat S (France) avec spécialisation en Physique.

    2005

    Concours Olympiades de la Chimie : Obtention d’un prix.

     

    DOMAINES DE COMPETENCES

     

    Avant-projet, bureau d’études, opérations en mécanique spatiale.

     

    CONNAISSANCES TECHNIQUES

     

    Systèmes : UNIX, LINUX, WINDOWS

    Utilitaires & Produits : MS Office, Visio, SVN, CVS

    Langages : maitrise : C, Java, Visual Basic

    confirmé : KornShell

                                         

     

    EXPERIENCES PROFESSIONNELLES

     

    2012-2013 CS / CNES (Toulouse, France) débuté Décembre 2012

     

    Acquisitions de données de localisation et suivi de la qualité des mesures pour la détermination d’orbite de satellites et la désignation des stations pour les prochains passages. Suivi des phases de mise à poste et de fin de vie. Support aux entités extérieures pour la fourniture de données diverses.

    ·         Utilisation opérationnelle de la suite logicielle SCOOP pour les calculs de restitution d’orbite

    ·         Support aux opérations de mise à poste / désorbitation

    ·         Maintenance de la suite logicielle SCOOP

     

    Environnement Technique :

    Windows XP, Linux, Solaris, MS Office, langage C, Scilab.

     

    2011–2012 ALTRAN / EADS ASTRIUM (Toulouse, France) (14 mois)

     

    Validation fonctionnelle du système de contrôle d’attitude et d’orbite de la sonde BepiColombo. Création de cas de référence et de plans de simulation, en équipe et en coordination avec l’Allemagne, afin de valider le fonctionnement du SCAO sur BVF.

    ·         Création de cas de référence et de plans de simulation d’après un ensemble de notes techniques rédigées en anglais

    ·         Création des profils de guidage satellite, panneaux solaires et des éphémérides

    ·         Evaluation des performances du contrôle d’attitude

    ·         Relecture fine du code et des algorithmes du FSW : estimateur d’attitude, tables de guidage, antennes.

    ·         Travail dans une équipe de 12 ingénieurs

    Environnement Technique :

    Windows XP, Linux, MS Office, BVF Astrium, jSynoptic, langage C/C++, Matlab, anglais.

     

     

    2011 CNES (Toulouse) (6 mois)

     

    Travail sur un logiciel de contrôle d’orbite autonome.

    Lecture du logiciel original codé en langage C, compréhension des fonctions de filtrage (Kalman),

    des algorithmes de calcul des manœuvres pour un portage vers la plateforme Scilab/Xcos. Le

    logiciel de contrôle d’orbite autonome permet le calcul des manœuvres à bord du satellite et doit

    permettre la réduction de la quantité d’ergols utilisée et du coût des opérations.

    ·         Compréhension du logiciel de COA original (codé en C)

    ·         Création sur Scilab & Xcos de l’environnement de la simulation

    ·         Portage intégral du COA et début de validation

    Environnement Technique :

    Windows XP, Linux, MS Office, langage C, Scilab & Xcos, SIMBAD, PSIMU.

     

     

    2010 EADS ASTRIUM (Paris, Les Mureaux) (6 mois)

     

    Avant-projet d’un système propulsif hybride pour lander lunaire en équipe. Réalisation d’une

    étude comparative par la mise en compétition de plusieurs systèmes de propulsion hybrides. Evaluation des performances grâce au développement de plusieurs outils logiciels dédiés, identification des problèmes technologiques, établissement des bilans masse et calcul des coûts.

    ·         Création de différents programmes en Visual Basic pour la simulation et l’optimisation des diverses solutions propulsives envisagées (combustion, trajectoires, allumages moteurs, descente finale)

    ·         Création de bilans de masses de 3 solutions propulsives

    ·         Comparaison des solutions dans une note technique d’avant projet

    Environnement Technique :

    Windows XP, Unix, MS Office, FORTAN 77, Visual Basic, logiciels ASTRIUM.

     

     

    DIVERS

     

     

    Langues :                    Français : Langue maternelle

    Anglais : Courant (TOEFL : 630)

    Allemand : Bonnes connaissances

                         (Goethe Zertifikat B1 mention Bien)

    Italien : Connaissances basiques


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