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     Date Submitted:11-10-2015
     Last Modified:28-10-2015 (04:39)
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     Current job:Postgraduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsGraduate (Aerospace Engineering), Postgraduate (MSc Space Exploration Systems)
    CV

    Forward-thinking and confident postgraduate with well-honed theoretical and analytical skills and proven ability to build relationships, seeking an experience placement/entry level job.

     

    EDUCATION

    September 2014 – September 2015:  University of Leicester, MSc. Space Exploration Systems

    (MSc with Merit)

    Modules: Systems Engineering & Spacecraft Systems, Foundations of Professional Space Science & Engineering, Spaceflight Dynamics and Propulsion, Aerospace Materials, Spacecraft Instrumentation for Space and Planetary Science, Human Spaceflight and Nuclear Systems, Space and Planetary Environment, Planetary Surfaces, MatLab and CAD

     

    My Research project “Argus: Io Explorer Mission” was a design mission for Jupiter and its moon Io. I’m also working on a research paper (Celestial Body-IO) which is yet to be published.

     

    Professional Society Membership

    ·         Registered Affiliate of the ArtRoc Society.

    ·         Registered Affiliate of the UK SEDS (Space Exploration and Development System)

     

    September 2011 – July 2014:   Swansea University, Bachelors of Aerospace Engineering [BEng (Hons)]

    (2.1 honours degree)

    Modules: Flight Mechanics, Aerodynamics, Propulsion, Structural Engineering, Airframe Structures, High Performance Materials, Satellite Systems, Gas Dynamics, Composite Materials, Thermodynamics, Control Systems

    Specific details of the Modules I undertook during my degree can be supplied if required.

     

    My Final Year Research project was based Spacecraft Heat Shields (Aerospace Materials) and Atmospheric Re-entry analysis.

     

    Key Skills gained:

    ·         Proficient user of Solid works (AutoCAD software package)

    ·         MatLab ( Programming Language for Technical Algorithmic Development)

    ·         CFD Analysis(Computational Fluid Dynamics)

    ·         Proficiency in all areas of Microsoft Office, including Access, Excel, Word and PowerPoint

    ·         Team leading and management

    ·         Merlin MPX521 Flight simulator

     

    Professional Society Membership

    ·         Registered Affiliate of the Royal Aeronautical Society [RAeS]

    ·         Registered Affiliate of the Swansea University Engineering Society

     

    August 2009 – May 2011: Maharishi Dayanand University, Bachelors of Electronics and Communication

    I was pursuing Bachelor’s degree when I got a chance to study abroad in Swansea University. I completed Level 1 with a first class score. Specific details of the Modules I undertook during my degree can be supplied if required.

     

    April 2007 - April 2009: Kapil Gyanpeeth, 11th and 12th Standard

    Advanced Level Mathematics (B)           Physical Education (A)            Advance Level Physics (C)                                   GCE Advanced Level Chemistry (C)             English Core (A)

     

    Work Experience

    August 2013 – October 2013 & May 2014 – July 2014: Premier Stores, Swansea

    Part time holiday work

    My duties included cash handling, stock management and customer serving.

     

    June 2011 – August 2011: NuEra Telecom, Delhi

    Sales Executive

    My duties included discussing about the service, bills, and queries with the customers from USA.

     

    Project Work

    Argus- Io Explorer Mission (2014-2015)

    I worked on this research project during my MSc degree. Initial phases of the project were to design a basic spacecraft for the Jovian System (Io). Subsystems like trajectory design, radiation analysis, power assembly, telecommunications, command and data handling, attitude control and instrumentation were researched and designed according to the requirement matrix for the preliminary design phase. In detail study and selection of antenna sizing, instrument duty cycles, inclination effects on radiation were considered for the critical design phase. The specific areas of my expertise included science objectives, instrumentation, command & data handling, telecommunications and radiation analysis.  I learned Siemens NX5, GMAT and GEANT 4 during different phases of this project

     

    Human Spaceflight Research Paper (2014-2015)

    As a part of my MSc, I wrote a research paper following the lectures given by astronaut Jeffrey Hoffman at University of Leicester. This paper was based on the incident and happenings of the Columbia space shuttle disaster mission. This paper was sent to MIT for review and marking in which I scored a distinction.

     

    Fire Fighting Aircraft (2013-2014)

    A research group project assigned to a six member team in order to design an aircraft which can be used for fire fighting in Australia. A rotor type design was my idea as an initial step. In order to create an aircraft from the scratch, the team was responsible for the aerodynamics, propulsion, dynamics and stability, control systems, structure and performance of the design. After a yearlong duration, final numbers were used with the Merlin MPX521 Flight simulator in order to review the effectiveness of the design.

     

    Spacecraft Heat Shields (2013-2014)

    As a part of my Aerospace Bachelor, worked on this topic for my final dissertation. Atmospheric re-entry principles, hypersonic flows and shield materials were the major areas of this project. CFD analysis and MatLab programming was performed for the development phases of this project.

     

    OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

    • International English Language Testing System(IELTS), British Council - 7/9Bands
    • Employee of the month award (NuEra Telecom)
    • Experienced user of C++ and C
    • Basketball State team (2009-2011)
    • Pilot for Cesena 172 (Training Sessions)

     

    Date of Birth – 09/03/1992; Nationality - Indian


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