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     Date Submitted:01-02-2016
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     Current job:Consultant (Free Lancer)
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsExpertise on simulation, mission analysis and systems engineers conected to mission analysis and control system. Ease adaptation.
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    Age: 41

    Nationality: Brazilian

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    Short Memorial:

    I've been working in the space area for more than 15 years, especifically on space systems modeling and simulation, satellite subsystems simulator to support the on-board software development, satellite AOCS design and analysis, space mission analysis, system identification and parameter estimation, and GPS inertial navigation system development for aircrafts. In the last 7 years I've been working in the coordination and project management of R&D projects. I work in group and I integrate myself in the new work group. Therefore I'll be very glad to have an opportunity to join your work group.

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    Professional experience:

    • 2012-2014. Omnisys Engenharia/Thales Group

    Function: Space products line coordinator.

    • 2010-2012. AEL Sistemas/Elbit Systems

    Function: Algoritm development and Systems Engineering leadership of an R&D EGI project (Embedded GPS Inertial Navigation).

    • 2008-2010. OHB Systems AG

    Function: Simulator development coordinator for SGEO On-Board SW development support, Testing & Validation, AOCS Testing & Verification, and Mission Analysis responsible for the Small Geostationary Satellite (SGEO).

    • 2002-2003. INPE

    SubOrbital Platform (PSO, microgravity experiments) attitude control system development support.

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    Graduation:

    • PhD in Satellite Engineering, Bremen University/Germany. ZARM Institut, 2007.

    Title: In-Orbit Calibration of Satellite Drag-Free Control Systems.

    • Master in Space Technology Engineering, INPE, 2001.

    Title: Study of an Active Precession Control System for Souding Rockets.

    • Physicist, UFV, 1997.

    Graduation work: Laue Camera implantation on the Physics Department Diffractometer, UFV.

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    Additional experience/Courses:

    • Project Management capacitation, PMTech (40 hours)

    • Real Time Workshop Embedded Code Generation, Mathworks, Germany (40 hours)

    • Java programming Digicad (58 hours)

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    IT experience:

    • MS Office

    • Matlab/Simulink (Including Real Time Workshop, automatic code generation)

    • Programming in C, Java (basics)

    • DOORS

    • Windchill PDM Essentials (Company implementation responsible)

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    Languages:

    • German (fluent)

    • English (fluent)


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