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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:10-02-2016
     Last Modified:10-02-2016 (04:44)
    Job information
     Current job:PhD Candidate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsCFD, physics, fluid dynamics, numerical modeling, thermodynamics
    CV

    Motivation,  Interests


    “Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat."

    -Theodore Roosevelt-

    Ever since my childhood I have been highly dedicated to become a scientist/research engineer working on cutting-edge research projects. I have been impressed by the space programs of the 60’s and the tremendous accomplishments of engineers back then. As a child I became determined to become one of those men one day. This inspiration made me do my best throughout my studies and I have never stopped 'daring mighty things'. I would like to contribute to the exploration of space and my dream is to stand one day near a launch pad watching some equipment, in the development of which I have taken part, lifting off. I am ever curious and interested in almost anything ranging from politics and history to neuroscience and artificial intelligence, but my passion has always been space exploration and physics.

    Professional Profile


    ·         Strong skills in mathematics and physics based on my high school education having been focused on these subjects (I won numerous awards in national competitions) and the MSc degree in physics which pairs up with good analytical skills and a natural sense of problem solving.

    ·         Besides the theoretical knowledge recognized by former advisors as a thorough experimenter.

    ·         In-depth knowledge of fluid dynamics, thermodynamics and combustion.

    ·         Good and effective communication skills chiseled while having edited the former website of an amateur sports federation and writing numerous posts for an increasingly popular science blog.

    ·         Especially fond of learning and understanding new concepts and working with pen and paper.

    ·         Work well with others but also capable of working individually. Due to the considerable amount of time spent abroad have no problems with adapting to different cultures and an international group.

    Education


    2012. Sept. – Now

    PhD Student

    Technische Universität Darmstadt,  Energie- und Kraftwerkstechnik

    Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johannes Janicka

    Date of thesis defense: 19th of April, 2016

    Title of thesis: Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Combustion: A Monte Carlo based Joint PDF Approach

    2013. Jul. – 2013. Oct.

    Visiting Student

    University of California, Berkeley

    Advisor: Prof. J.-Y. Chen

    Project: Multidimensional Flamelet Generated Manifolds

    2011. Aug. – 2012. Aug.

    Research Assistant

    University of Wisconsin-Madison, Engine Research Center

    Advisor: Prof. Jaal B. Ghandhi

    Project: In-cylinder investigation of engine size- and speed-scaling effects

    Audited courses: CFD, Applied Combustion, Turbulent Heat and Momentum Transfer, Two-phase Flow and Heat Transfer

    2010. Sept. – 2011. Aug.

    PhD Student

    Budapest University of Technology and Economics

    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Fluid Mechanics

    2009. Aug. – 2010. Jan.

     

    Exchange student, short-term scholar for 5 months

    University of Arizona

    Project: Thermal Vibrational Convection

    2006-2010

     

    Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics Engineering

    Budapest University of Technology and Economics

    Specialization: Mechanical Engineering Modelling

    Thesis: Thermal Vibrational Convection

    Cumulative GPA: 4.33/5.0

    2002-2007

    Master of Science in Physics

    Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest

    Faculty of Science, Department of Theoretical Physics

    Specialization: Statistical Physics

    Thesis: Statistical Mechanics of Dislocations – Debye Screening
    Cumulative GPA: 4.85/5.0


    Work experience, projects


    2014. March

    Have edited and partly written a winning proposal under the Clean Sky Joint Undertaking of the EU

    Title:Near-Wall Simulations and Measurements in Lean-Burn Engines

    2013. Jul. – 2013. Nov.

    Team Puli, Google Lunar XPRIZE project

    Project:Investigating the feasibility of an airbag assisted landing on the Moon from a Low Lunar Orbit

    2010. Jan. – 2010. Sept.

     

    Research Engineer at Department of Fluid Mechanics at Budapest University of Technology

    Projects:

    ·         CFD simulation for redesigning a cooling fan for company GRUNDFOS

    ·         Supplying experimental data for MOL (leading Hungarian oil company) in order to make the productivity of  oil wells more efficient /details are classified/

    ·         CFD simulation for investigating the overheating of a water pump at the Nuclear Power Plant of Paks

    2009. Jun. – 2009. Aug.

    6 week long summer internship at GE Lighting,  Nagykanizsa

    Working at the Department of Research and Development

    2005. Jun. – 2005. Aug.

    4 week long summer internship at KFKI Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics

    Project: Using Zirconia as material for dental implant

    Publications


    ·         D. Jesch, F. di Mare, J. Janicka, A. Sadiki: A novel multivariate joint scalar PDF approach for tabulated chemistry, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute – under review

    ·         Douglas M. Heim, David Jesch, Jaal B. Ghandhi: Size-scaling effect on the velocity field of an internal combustion engine, part II: Turbulence characteristics, International Journal of Engine Research, 15/2, p. 193-208 (2014)

    ·         Yizhou Zhang, David Jesch, Jason Oakley, Jaal Ghandhi: High Resolution In-Cylinder Scalar Field Measurements during the Compression and Expansion Strokes, SAE Technical Paper, 2013-01-0567

    ·         Dávid Jesch, Gergely Kristóf: Experimental investigation of characteristics of cavitation in gasoline, Per. Pol. Mech. Eng., 55/1 (2011), 43-47.

    ·         Vad J, Horváth Cs, Lohász M M, Jesch D, Molnár L, Koscsó G, Nagy L, Dániel I, Gulyás A: Redesign of an electric motor cooling fan for reduction of fan noise and absorbed power, In: Proc. 11th European Conference on Turbomachinery Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics (ETC’11). Istanbul, Turkey, 2011.03.21-2011.03.25. pp. 69-79. Paper No. 055.

    Awards


    2010

    Rosztoczy Scholarship Foundation Program

    25000$ scholarship for working as a research assistant at University of Wisconsin-Madison

    2009

    EU – US Atlantis Mobility Program

    5000 Euro scholarship to spend 5 months at  University of Arizona

    Skills


    Language Skills

    English - State exam, high level: fluent in reading, listening, writing, speaking

    German– B1 level, but continuously improving, good at understanding

    Hungarian - Native language

    Computer Skills

    Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), LaTeX

    MATLAB, Solid Edge

    Programming (C++ /basic/, R, LabVIEW, Python, Fortran)

    Flow Modelling Software (FLUENT, ICEM CFD, GAMBIT)

    CHEM1D, Insight 3G, ParaView, Tecplot

    Miscellaneous


    2013 –

    Have completed many online courses in various topics:
    Machine Learning (Stanford, 2012); Computational Neuroscience (University of Washington, 2012); Synapses, Neurons and Brains (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2012);
    Control of Mobile Robots (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014); Heterogeneous Parallel Computing (University of Illinois, 2014); Introduction to Systems Engineering (UNSW Australia, 2014); Networks, Crowds and Markets (Cornell, 2015); The Analytics Edge (MIT, 2015)

    2012 –

     

    Editor of an increasingly popular Hungarian science blog (http://voyager.blog.hu) and a more political one about the challenges of the 21st century (http://newdeal.blog.hu)

    2007

    Member of Competition Committee of Hungarian Floorball Federation

    2006 – 2010

     

    Editor of the most popular website about the Hungarian floorball leagues. Had a link even on the biggest Hungarian news-site.

    Sports activity:

     

    2012-

     

    2006, 2008

     

    2002-2011

     

     

     

    Player and assistant coach of TSV Berkersheim 1910, German Floorball League, 2. Bundesliga and Regionalliga

     

    Player of the Hungarian National Floorball Team at World University Championships in Bern and in Helsinki

    Player in the Hungarian Floorball League First Division

    Have played in and have been  the captain of three different teams

     



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