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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission rejected a Eutelsat application for a satellite that would use the same spectrum as one planned by Intelsat. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:11-10-2015
     Last Modified:28-10-2015 (04:41)
    Job information
     Current job:Space Research Graduate Student
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:,
     KeywordsMATLAB, CATIA, RobotStudio, ANSYS FLUENT, NX, Pro Engineer, MS Office, Java, Autodesk Inventor, ANSYS mechanical APDL, Spenvis, spacecraft attitude dynamics, space instruments, spacecraft design
    CV
    MSc. Space Science and Technology (EMMC SpaceMaster)
    Graduate research student

    Summary

    I am a highly motivated graduate student aiming to pursue a rewarding career that will open promising opportunities to develop as a resourceful engineer and obtain recognition.
    Currently looking for challenging Master thesis (30 ECTS) opportunities and subsequent entry positions in field of Aerospace/ Space engineering starting from February 2016.


    Personal skills: Experience in independent work in research projects, Innovative, Optimistic, Analytical, Self-motivated, Enthusiastic, Curious, Team player, Adaptable.
     

    Educational Qualification

    September 2015 October 2016
    Joint European Master of Science in Space Science and Technology- MSc.
    University Paul Sabatier Toulouse III , France

    February 2015 October 2016
    Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

    October 2014 February 2015
    Jullius Maxmillans Universitat Wurzburg, Germany
    (Erasmus Mundus Exchange student)

    July 2015 August 2015
    International Summer school student
    Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China


    June 2010 - August 2014
    Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering - B.E.
    Don Bosco Institute of Technology, University of Mumbai
    Grade A - 71.67% First Class with Distinction

    Sept 2008 - Feb 2010Higher Secondary Certificate - H.S.CD.G. Ruparel College of Science, Matunga, University of Mumbai

    Work Experience

    September 2015 - January 2016 (5 months)      

    Graduate Research student at Lulea University of Technology

    Task: Simulation studies for using a robot manipulator for emulating the in-orbit flight of a nanosatellite. To design proper joint trajectories for the robot manipulator to generate and apply the in-orbit flight conditions to a nanosatellite payload, a realistic simulation environment is developed in MATLAB/Simulink & RobotStudio, and the effects of various joint trajectories on the nanosatellite payload.

    August 2014 - September 2014            

    Student Intern at Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Mumbai

    Quality Control Department
    Task: Process mapping of in-plant production and study of guidelines for quality control and quality assurance of commercial and industrial fuels.

    January 2012

    Student Trainee at SITRAIN ? India Siemens Ltd
    Completed Basic training in PLC programming software for the SIMATIC controller range


    June 2013

    Co-founder of Xanthium Racing, an independent automotive research group of 150 students involved in participation at student competitions like SAE Supra India, SAE Baja during undergraduate studies.


    Software Skills

    CATIA

    MATLAB


    ANSYS FLUENT

    C++

    Autodesk Inventor Pro

    Pro Engineer

    ABB RobotStudio

    MasterCAM

    Siemens NX

    JAVA programming

    Spenvis

    Microsoft Office


    Awards and Achievements
    September 2015 - Present

    Awarded Erasmus+ Mobility Grant by European Commission for Masters program.


    July 2015 - Aug 2015

    Recipient of fully funded Scholarship to attend International Summer school by Beihang University, Beijing.


    October 2014 - Present

    Member of Erasmus Mundus Alumni Association and Network


    February 2015 - Present

    Student Member of Women in Aerospace Europe (WIA)
    February 2015 ? November 2015 (Present)
    Accepted as Mentee for Mentorship Program under Lars Alm (Former Manager at SSC)


    April 2013 - June 2014

    Competed in SAE SUPRA FORMULA STUDENT INDIA 2014


    March 2013

    Top Finalist with 36 other teams in the World as Semi-Finalist in Acer Incredible Green Contest Taiwan


    March 2013

    Won 1st place in Mahindra Rise Design Quotient


    Jan 2009

    Won 1st Place in Inter college Essay competition on 'JRD Tata Aviation Day' at Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai

    June 2007 - May 2008

    Best Achievement Award as Captain of Logan House in Student Council of High School
    Certifications

    February 2015 - Present

    Honor Code Certificate - HYPERS301.x Hypersonics: from shock waves to scramjets by UQx (University of Queensland)


    February 2013 - Mar 2013

    Certification on ANSYS Fluent 14.5


    September 2009 - June 2010

    Certificate Course on Perspective of Basic Astronomy

    Language Skills

    * English IELTS 8/9 Overall Fluent
    * French High school level Beginner
    * German Level A1 , A2 Beginner

    Key projects

    Feb 2015 - April 2015Satellite Orbit Simulation and Analysis of SLOSHSAT- FLEVO : (Team of 2)

    * Derive and formulate the complete Orbital simulation and Analysis of Space environment parameters from SPENVIS to justify the mission.

    Nov 2014 - Feb 2015

    CanSat: (Team of 5)
    * This project involved real time testing of float satellite platform using a ground station, communication protocol, mechanical structure and 1D attitude control.
    * Tasks: Design and simulate the mechanical structure in CATIA V5 and assembly of CNC manufactured parts to balance onboard subsystems.

    June 2013 - May 2014                             Undergraduate Bachelor Thesis - Improving the Performance of flight with Thrust Vectoring Nozzle for Aircraft Maneuverability. (Team of 2)

    * Supersonic flow 2D simulation in ANSYS FLUENT simulation software, modelling of 2D and 3D nozzle in SOLIDWORKS
    * Experience in simulation and study of characteristic flow in supersonic nozzles.
    * Validation of results of the Sajben transonic diffuser benchmark, against experimental results of NASA.

    Hobbies
    Travelling, Cooking, Reading science fiction, Swimming


    References
    Prof. Dr. rer. nat Klaus Schilling
    Professor and Chair
    Jullius Maxmillans University of Wurzburg
    Informatics VII : Robotics and Telematics
    e-mail: schi(at)informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de

    Dr. Reza Emami
    Professor, Chair of On-board Space Systems
    Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering
    Lulea University of Technology
    Email: reza.emami(at)ltu.se


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