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     Date Submitted:16-11-2015
     Last Modified:20-11-2015 (09:50)
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     Current job:Mission Analysis Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsMission Analysis, Astrodynamics, group and project management
    CV

    Work Experience

    Oct. 2012 - Present

    Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS/ JAXA)-Sagamihara,Japan

    Main activity: Research fellow, Oct.2015-Present

    Research assistant, Oct.2102-Sept.2015. Time shared, Ph.D. research and ISAS projects.

     

    Work on the DESTINY mission (asteroid flyby) performing the system analysis of the attitude profile and the communication accessibility, as well as principal investigator for themission deep spaceplan.Work in the PROCYON mission (asteroid flyby), part of the team developing the trajectory design, asteroid target selection deep space operations and made the Mars planetary protection analysis. Developing the extension plan for Hayabusa 2 mission (sample return), which includes asteroid selection and trajectory design. Responsible for the development of the theory of multiple asteroid flyby mission design (PhD thesis research).

    Areas: Mission analysis, Astrodynamics, Low-thrust trajectory design, System engineering, Attitude profile, Communication link, Asteroids

    Transferable skills: Work in real space missions, Work as a member of a larger integrated groups

    June 2014 - Nov. 2014

    University of Texas at Austin-Austin,USA

    Main activity: Visiting researcher

    Worked as a member of the Odyssey project developing a periodic orbit catalogue and trajectory optimization in the three-body problem for the Jupiter and Saturn Moon systems.

    Areas: Periodic orbits, Inter-moon transfers, Three-body problem, Resonant gravity assist

    Feb. 2011 - Sept. 2012

    Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica(ITA)Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil

    Main activity: Research student and Teaching assistant

    Teaching assistant to the graduate course in "Dynamics and control of space vehicles" (6 months) and course work in modelling and simulation of aircrafts,analytical mechanics,optimal control. Worked as a principal investigator on the project "Astrodynamics of the mission in the triple asteroid system 2001 SN263, ASTER mission - trajectory and control".

    Areas: Trajectory Design, Mission analysis, Sliding mode control, Pseudospectral Optimal Control

    Transferable skills: Teaching experience, Devise and plan lectures

    Oct. 2010 - Jan. 2011

    Kyushu Institute of Technology – Kitakyushu, Japan

    Main activity: Research student

    Worked on the light weight composite structure design and manufacturing for winged rocket experimental vehicle. Contributed with the winged rocket modelling and Simulation.

    Areas: Composite structures, Winged rocket launch operations

    Transferable skills: Manufacture and assembly of composite material’s structures, Test & validation

    Mar. 2010 - Sept. 2010

    Centre Nationale D'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) – Toulouse, France

    Main activity: Intern

    Internship project developed on the “Analysis of a Geostationary Transfer Orbit Long-Term Propagation” as part of the requirements for the degree of MSc.

    Areas: Long term orbital evolution, Orbital dynamics, Orbital perturbations

    Transferable skills: Work in a integrated project, Programming, Validation & certification

    Mar. 2008 - Aug. 2008

    Curso Objetivo, Sao Paulo, Brazil

    Main activity: Mathematics and physics teacher

    Taught mathematics and physics for students in a preparatory course for university entrance exams.

    Transferable skills: Ability to interpret, organize and summarise ideas, Result analyzes

    Sept. 2007 - Jan. 2008

    Thales Alenia Space, Turin, Italy

    Main activity: Intern

    Internship project developed on the “Trajectory analysis of a conical re-entry body with a spherical nose cap at zero incidence angle”, also presented as dissertation for the Aeronautical Engineering degree.

    Areas: Atmospheric re-entry, Hypersonic aero & thermo- dynamics, Vehicle dynamics

    Transferable skills: Project development, Produce technical reports and synthesise data

     

    Professional Activity

    Mar. 2012 - Present

    Space Generation Advisory Council, in support of the UN Programme on Space Applications

    Main activity:    Regional Coordinator -South America, Mar.2014-Feb.2016 (2 years - on going)

    National Point of Contact - Brazil, Mar.2012-Feb.2014 (2 years)

     Responsible for managing the activities of the South America team composed of 10 national points of contact and several SGAC members. Work involves organizing seminars at universities, organizing and managing regional events, such as the 1st South America Space Generation Workshop, which also includes fundraising and advertisement.

    Transferable skills: Interact and coordinate a large number of individuals, organize seminars and papers, advertisement and promotion

     

    Education

    2012-2015

    Ph.D. in Engineering - September 2015

    The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI) - Japan

    Dissertation Title: "A Study of Multiple Asteroid Flyby Mission Design: An Approach Using Optimal Control"

    Thesis research performed while in the Institute of Space and Astronautical Sciences (ISAS/JAXA). The course included a visiting researcher period at University of Texas for 6 months.

    Core Modules: Space mechanics, Control, Trajectory Design, Systems engineering, Non-linear systems

    Areas: Astrodynamics, Trajectory Design, Mission analysis

    2009-2010

    MSc Aeronautical Engineering and Space Technology - September 2010,

    Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE SUPAERO) - France

    Internship project: “Analysis of a Geostationary Transfer Orbit Long-Term Propagation”(developed at CNES)

    Joint program with Cranfield University, credits and courses transferred between the institutions. Integrated team project developed in the "Design a Manned Re-Entry Vehicle".

    Core Modules: Mission & systems, Environment of space projects, Satellite & systems

    Transferable skills: Work in multiple projects, Related topics from different areas, Team management

    2008-2009

    MSc Astronautics and Space Engineering - June 2011

    Cranfield University - UK

    Joint program with SUPAERO - ISAE, credits and courses transferred between the institutions. Group Design Project developed in the "Trajectory Analyses of Particular Entry Bodies for Titan".

    Main Subjects: Space system engineering, Space communications, Space propulsion, Astrodynamics and mission analysis, Classical control, Composite materials, Signal processing, Smart structures

    Transferable skills: Work in a multi-cultural team whilst being very autonomous in my duties

    2007-2008

    Academic Exchange, Politecnico di Torino - Italy

    Course credits transferred to University of Sao Paulo to complete the degree.

    Main Subjects: Space flight dynamics, Hypersonic aerodynamics, Re-entry, Computational fluid dynamics, Direct simulation Monte Carlo for rarefied flow field, Parametric & Sensitivity analysis

    Transferable skills: Learn and interact in a new language, Contact with new cultures

    2003-2009

    Aeronautical Engineering - December 2009

    University of Sao Paulo - Brazil

    Dissertation Title: "Atmospheric re-entry, Hypersonic aero & thermo- dynamics, Vehicle dynamics" (developed at Thales Alenia Space)

    Worked on a undergraduate project on "Numerical simulation of a magnetohydrodynamic flow field" and developed the final project in "Development of conceptual and preliminary phases of military trainer aircraft".

    Core Modules: General engineering, General mechanics, Astronomy, Economy, Materials & structures, Thermo & fluid dynamics, Modelling & control, Aerodynamics, Helicopter dynamics, Flight dynamics, Aeroelasticity, Flight performance, Propulsion, Avionic and navigation, Aeronautic certification, Aircraft maintenance, repair & operations, CFD

    Languages:            Portuguese:     Mother tongue              Spanish:            Intermediate

    English:           Fluent                           French:           Intermediate

    Italian:              Advanced                     Japanese:           Basic

    IT Skills: Operating systems: Windows, Ubuntu, Kubuntu

    Office Tools: Excel, Word, Power Point, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox

    Programming: Pascal, Fortran, C

    Software: Matlab, Matlab/Simulink, Scilab, Celestlab, XFoil, Catia, Satellite Tool Kit (STK), PSOPT, SNOPT


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