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     Date Submitted:28-11-2015
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     Current job:Space Systems Engineer
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     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
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    EDUCATION

    University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor                          Dec’15

    Master of Engineering in Space Systems Engineering

    GPA: 3.78/4.00

    Courses: Space Technologies, Planetary Science, Radiative Transfer, Space Instrumentation

    Amrita University, India                              Jul’14

    Bachelor of Technology in Aerospace Engineering

    GPA: 3.63/4.00, Silver Medal Winner

    UC Davis, California                        Jan’14-Jun’14

    Exchange Student in the Global Study Program 

     

    PROJECTS

    University of Nagoya                               Nagoya, Japan

    ·Performed Data Analysis using C++ code on Scientific Linux and obtained calibration data on 2TB of solar neutron data from the SciCRT Instrument located at Sierra Negra, Mexico to study solar flares. May’15-Aug’15

     

    University of Michigan

    ·Successfully designed a CubeSat rendezvous project with Orbital-ATK for Space Technologies Course as Lead Systems Engineer and EPS Lead                          Sep’14-Apr’15

     

    ·Designed a high altitude balloon that reached an altitude of 1.5 km, measuring temperature and pressure periodically while also capturing images every 30 seconds.                 Jan’15 – Apr’15

     

    ·Performed thermal durability analysis of the satellite as Thermal sub-system lead of MiTEE (Sponsored by NASA JPL) under the Student Space Systems Fabrication Lab               Sep’14 – Jan’15

     

    ·Computed first order design approximation for a small scale satellite (50kg) as a requirement for Space Technologies Course, this includes using software such as STK, SRIM and SPENVIS            Sep’14-Dec’14

     

    University of California                                    Davis, CA

    ·Computed the natural modes of a vibrating cylinder using acoustic sensors, accelerometers and B&K software: PULSE Labshop and Reflex to simulate a launched spacecraft                   Apr’14-Jun’14

     

    Amrita University                            Coimbatore, India

     

    ·Built a solar powered R/C aircraft having a range of 50m after calculating power, lift and drag requirements.                                   Jan’13 – May’13

    ·Investigated the effects of Nano-silicon enhanced adhesives on aluminum as compared to regular epoxy adhesives                             Jul’13-Nov’13

     

    · Designed a periodic temperature sensor measurement circuit using LabVIEW to obtain ambient temperature readings over the course of a day in intervals of every half hour.          Jan’12-May’12

     

    SKILLS

    Technical: STK, SPENVIS, Java, C, C++, MATLAB, Arduino,LabVIEW

    Languages:Fluent in Hindi and Tamil. Basic conversation in Japanese.

     

    ACTIVITIES

    International Center, University of Michigan                    Ann Arbor, MI

    International Peer Advisor               Apr’15 – May’15

    ·Provided information and assisted international students in accustoming to their student life.

    ·Organized and managed social trips by taking 70 students to IKEA and providing 23 students a tour of the campus.

     

    ·Attended the Intercultural Leadership Seminar organized by the University of Michigan.                       Oct’15

    ·Participated in Space Camp at Huntsville, Alabama


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