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     Date Submitted:10-01-2016
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     Current job:Freelance - Systems Engineer / Project Manager (Electrical Engineering)
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     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Business Services
     Keywords1. Development of specifications for procurement of satellite / instrument modules, derived from customer requirements with focus on electrical engineering, e.g. Instrument Control Computers or Vision Based Navigation Sensor Systems.
    CV

    Academic Studies
    10.1999 – 09.2003

    Graduate Engineer: Dipl.-Ing. Electronic Engineering (FH), Information and Communication Technology (FH – Konstanz, University of Applied Sciences)

    Thesis in the area maritime control systems at MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH:

    ø Development of a Connection & Extension Board for A/D-conversion of analog video signals with integrated refresh rate conversation and output as digital video signal according to DVI 1.0 standard

     

    Overall grades: 1,2 (Thesis)

       1,9 (Theory)

    Apprenticeship training
    09.1993 – 06.1996

    Skilled worker: Electronics Engineering Technician – Information and Communication Technology
    Apprenticeship training in the German 'dual system of vocational education':

    ø Dornier GmbH, Defense and Civil Systems, Immenstaad – DE

    ø est Electronic college, Tettnang – DE

    Experience

     

    01.10.2014

    Freelance work, self-employment

    10.2014 – today

     

     

     

    10.2014 – 12.2014

     

     

    Self-employment:

    ø Analysing and programming of algorithms for autonomous trade execution on the stock market.

    ø Apprenticeship as certified broker (Eurex), part-time.

    Freelance work (part-time):

    ø Electronic Systems Engineer in the field space technology / instrument Control Computers (ICC).

    ø This includes: Analysing of Customer Requirement Specification and deriving the corresponding ICC and Unit Specifications.

    ø Update and review Board Level Specifications for: Processor Board Specification, Power Board Specification, Frontend Board Specification.

    07.2010 – 09.2014

    Kayser-Threde GmbH, Munich

    07.2013 – 09.2014

    Systems engineer for MERLIN, Satellite Instrument Control Computer (ICC)
    Area: space technology/electronics

    Responsible systems engineer for all ICC development steps until end of Phase B:

    ø ICC requirements engineering and system consolidation between Instrument Prime, DLR and CNESS (France).

    ø ICC system concept and design of detailed architecture.

    ø System analyses: Performance, data budgets, power.

    ø Submodule requirements and verification engineering.

    ø Board-level requirements and verification engineering.

    ø Interface between Instrument Prime, in-house Hardware and SW department.

    ø Project Planning.

    ø Cost estimation.

     

    PA-Responsible for FPGA Design Review in the Program MTG:

    ø Review of all FPGA design documents according to ECSS-Q-ST-60-02 and supplier audits (FPGA design reviews) as service for quality assurance.

    05.2013 – 06.2013

    Systems engineer, Satellite TET-2 program

    ø Management and technical controlling of subcontractors for onboard computer systems.

    07.2010 – 05.2013

    Systems engineer for VIBANASS – Vision Based Navigation Sensor System
    Area: space technology/electronics

    Responsible systems engineer for electrical engineering, development, AIT and technical management of VIBANASS camera system Bread-Board/Demonstrator Model/ tests:

    ø Analyse of Customer Requirement Specification, engineering VIBANASS camera system design and deriving of corresponding requirement specification (mechanic, hardware- and software architecture, FPGA, optic, power and data budgets).

    ø Requirements engineering and review of Board Level Specifications: power board, controller board, CMOS sensor board, optic design and software.

    ø System design, requirement engineering, development, procurement and documentation VIBANASS ground segment.

    ø System design, requirement engineering, development, procurement and documentation Electronic Ground Support Equipment.

    ø Test concepts engineering and definition of verification requirements for VIBANASS camera system and ground segment.

    ø Management and technical controlling of subcontractors for the camera system, controller board and FPGA (company vH&S).

    ø Management and technical controlling of the in-house design engineers for the camera system (electrical, mechanical and optical design), ground segment (software) and AIT (optical).

    ø Manufacturing/assembly/integration of camera system, ground segment and 

    ø Assembly/Integration/Test of camera system and ground segment.

    ø Testing, analysis and qualification of board-level hardware, VIBANASS Camera System and overall Ground Test of VIBANASS at DLR EPOS Test station (European Proximity Operations Simulator).

    ø Cost estimations.

    ø System analyses.

    06.2007 – 06.2010

    MBDA Deutschland GmbH, Unterschleißheim

    08.2008 – 06.2010

    Project manager and functional responsible for data telemetry/flight termination system guided missile Taurus KEPD350
    Area: RF systems and missile communication

    ø Project management and controlling as overall responsible for post- development and manufacture of telemetry systems.

    ø Elaboration of proposal for telemetry systems together with PVE and PVP for Taurus guided missile.

    ø Execution and release of all required tests and acceptance tests during manufacturing/assembly/integration for telemetry systems.

    ø Integration of the telemetry systems in test missiles.

    ø System responsible for support of telemetry systems during towed flight trials with international customers as well as free flight campaigns in South Africa.

    ø Coordination, execution and release of all necessary tests as well as safety release of the telemetry and flight termination system together with the responsible engineers of the test range.

    ø Acceptance and flight release of data telemetry/flight termination system for free flight test.

     

    F&E project management:

    ø Evaluation of possible encryption algorithm for secure data transmission in future telemetry systems.

    06.2007 – 09.2009

    Systems engineer for data telemetry/flight termination system - guided missile PARS3LR
    Area: RF-systems and missile communication

    ø System design, specification, development and qualification of telemetry system PARS3LR.

    ø Specification for circuit design(digital, analog hardware and FPGA design) – telemetry data controller PARS3LR.

    ø Circuit design, layout support and start-up of hardware.

    ø Design, synthesis, verification and validation telemetry data controller / FPGA design in VHDL (Platform Xilinx).

    ø Testing, analysis and qualification of hardware, FPGA and telemetry system.

    ø Development, set-up and start-up of analog and digital test and application circuits.

    01.2007 – 05.2007

    OSB AG (contract for work - BMW AG, Munich)

     

    Project engineer for hybrid vehicles
    Area: Information and communications components

    ø Project management (responsible for the overall concept w.r.t integration of hybrid scopes in information and communication components, future hybrid vehicles.

    03.2004 – 12.2006

    Inova Semiconductors GmbH, Munich

     

    Development/design engineer for digital design
    Area: ASIC chip sets for serial image data transmission

    ø Support for functional specification and circuit design (RTL-coding in Verilog and VHDL) for partial blocks of an automotive ASIC chip set for serial image data transmission.

    ø Responsible engineer for specification and modelling of test benches (Verilog and VHDL) for validation of the ASIC chip sets.

    ø Specification, design, synthesis, validation and verification of FPGA designs in Verilog and VHDL for evaluation and test of the ASIC chip sets.

    ø Testing, analysis and qualification of the ASIC chip sets.

    ø Specification, development and implementation of test hardware and development of the test vectors for pre- and final test.

    ø Implementation and support of pre- and final test at national and international test houses.

    ø Development, set-up and initial operation of analog and digital test and application circuits.

    12.2003 – 02.2004

    Euro Engineering AG (contract for work – Diehl-Avionk GmbH, Überlingen)

     

    Development engineer for digital hardware
    Area: processor systems

    ø Development of electronic modules for Airbus A380 Slat Flap Control Computer.

    ø Compilation of technical documentation.

    ø Set-up and start-up of test circuitries.

    ø Manufacture and design of necessary test equipment.

    06.1996 – 02.2002

    Dornier GmbH, Defence and Civil Systems, Immenstaad

    09.1999 – 02.2002
    (during study)

    Skilled worker – communications electronic engineering technician
    Area: Data and graphics processors

    ø FPGA design and verification (VHDL).

    ø FPGA test-bench design (VHDL).

    ø CAD/CAE engineering.

    ø Development, set-up and initial operation of test equipment.

    06.1996 – 08.1999

    Skilled worker – communications electronic engineering technician
    Area: Board systems, integration and maintenance

    ø Technical maintenance – aircraft drone CL-289.

    ø Debugging, analysis and modification of electronic devices and assemblies of aircraft drone CL-289.

    ø Manufacture and design of test equipment.

    Skills

    Tools

     

    ø MS-Office, MS-Project

    ø DOORS (advanced)

    ø ModelSIM, HDL Designer, Emacs

    ø ISE Design Tool (Xilinx), Libero (Actel), ispLEVER (Lattice)

    ø System modeling: MATLAB, Simulink, Simulink HDL Coder

    ø CAE: Eagle, Mentor Graphics, PowerPCB, Altium Designer, MicroSim Pspice

    ø CAD: Catia, Inventor

    ø LabView

     

    Software/programming languages

     

    ø VHDL, Verilog

    ø Assembler, C, C++

    ø AWK, Python

    ø MQL4

     

    Know-how

     

    Electronic engineering:

    ø Communications- and HF technic

    ø Analog-, digital- and sensor technic, power boards

    ø FPGA Design (Xilinx, Actel, Lattice)

    ø Bus-Systems: SpaceWire, SPI Bus, MilBus, CAN, RS-232, RS-485, LVDS / image data transmission

    ø Microcontroller/Picoblaze, Processor LEON3 - GR712

    ø Telemetry IRIG Standard

    ø ECSS Standard, Telemetry and telecommand packet utilization - PUS & CCSDS

    ø Optic and opto-electronic

    ø Module test, measuring, validation and failure analysis

    ø EMV

    ø Circuit-layout and routing.

    Project and Quality:

    ø Project-management, Controlling/Reporting, time scheduling

    ø Requirements Engineering

    ø Supplier audits.

    Fee

    Freelancer

     

    Munich:  75,00 – 80,00€/h (negotiable, depending on duration)

    Germany: 80,00 – 87,50€/h (negotiable, depending on duration)

    EU:  90,00 – 100€/h (negotiable, depending on duration)

     


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