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     Date Submitted:24-11-2015
     Last Modified:25-11-2015 (06:39)
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     Current job:Flight Dynamics Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsFlight Dynamics engineer with 6 years of experience in development and operations.
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    Flight dynamics engineer expert in the field of command and attitude systems, with 6 years and a half experience in both development and operations.

    Working in ESA as a member of ESOC flight dynamics team for Earth observation missions. He has participated in the development and preparation of several missions (Galileo IOV, MSG-3, Sentinels 1, 2, and 3, Galileo FOC, MSG-4). Experience in LEOP campaigns as member of various LEOP teams (Galileo IOV, MSG-3, Galileo FOC L3, Sentinel-2, Galileo FOC L5) and participating in routine operations for flying missions (Cluster, Swarm, Cryosat-2).

    Involved in the migration of legacy systems to new systems for some missions as Galileo IOV, MSG, or Cluster, including both computational algorithm and the interface systems. Assisted industry for the development of flight dynamics related subsystems in the case of Galileo FOC with the experience in Galileo IOV development. He also participated in special analysis and operations campaign for Galileo FOC L3 recovery. Responsible for the command system implementation for Sentinel-2, including interaction with industry and flight control team.

    Used to work in international environment. He is implicated with the team and considered as a reliable person.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

    Since Feb 2009 Flight Dynamics Engineer at the European Space Operations centre (ESOC)

                                 Actually member of ESOC Flight Dynamics team, within the Earth Observation section. Working in development and operations for commanding and attitude monitoring of Sentinels 1,2,3, Galileo FOC, Cryosat-2, Swarm, Cluster-II, and MSG-4 missions.

                                 Currently member of the Sentinel-2 LEOP Flight dynamics team as responsible for the command system, including interaction with industry and the missions flight control team.

                                 Actually member of the Galileo FOC L5 LEOP Flight dynamics team for commanding and attitude monitoring in collaboration with CNES and GCC centres.

    Worked in the development of Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-3 command and monitoring systems.

                                 Worked in the preparation of MSG-4 command system, in particular for the migration and testing of the manoeuvre legacy software used for MSG-1,2, and 3 to a new working platform.

                                 Member Galileo FOC Flight Dynamics team. Participated in Galileo L3 LEOP and recovery, in collaboration with CNES and GCC centres. Support to industry related to attitude and commanding with the previous experience in Galileo IOV LEOP development.

                                 Member of MSG-3 LEOP team in Attitude Monitoring and Telecommand generation subsystems. Testing of legacy software from MSG-2. Bug fixing and development of changes of old system. Participation in one week duration LEOP with 24/7 support including long duration night shifts.

                                 Routine operations in Cluster-II mission in Attitude Monitoring and Telecommand generation. Activities in routine attitude monitoring and control, involving attitude manoeuvres, attitude evolution predictions and commanding of both attitude and orbit control manoeuvres.

                                 Member of Cryosat-2 and Swarm operations team, providing on-call support for collision avoidance activities.

                                 Participated in the development of Galileo IOV LEOP operations preparation. Development of software for Attitude Monitoring and Telecommand generation subsystems.

       

    EDUCATION:

     

    University Graduate in Aerospace Engineering. Intensification in Space vehicles:

    Main subjects: Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Classical Mechanics, Analytical Mechanics, Aerodynamics, Space Vehicles, Missiles, Flight Mechanic, Orbital and Attitude dynamics.

     

    End of degree thesis: Design of a Lunar Orbiter

    The work consisted in the preliminary design of a mission targeted at orbiting the Moon with given scientific objectives. The work included a mission analysis: launch window, transfer strategies, lunar insertion and lunar orbit stability (MATLAB and STK were used). Another part of the work was focused on the design of the attitude determination and control dynamics in order to dimension the AOCS subsystem. The work also included a design of the spacecraft structure and mechanisms (solar arrays, launcher release) and service subsystems: thermal, power and AOCS (as part of the previous analysis). The work was completed with a descriptive analysis of an extended mission for a second sub-satellite in order to make combined precise measurements of the lunar gravity field mapping by relative ranging.

    LANGUAGES:

    Spanish: Mother tongue.

    English: High level in listening, reading and writing.

    French: Medium level in listening, reading and writing. S

    German: Medium level in listening, reading and writing.

     

    SPECIFIC SKILLS:

    Languages:

    FORTRAN 77-90, BASH, PYTHON, XMLPROC, MATLAB, HTML.

    Platforms:

    Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/Vista, Unix, Linux.

       


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