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     Date Submitted:02-03-2016
     Last Modified:07-03-2016 (04:34)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineering Graduate
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:US only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsProject Management experience, CAD software experience (Solidworks and Creo), Experience analyzing satellite propulsion systems
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    Objective                     Full time position as an Aerospace Engineer, with special interests in Systems Engineering and Design and Analysis of Propulsion Systems

     

    Education                    Bachelor of Science, University of Texas at Austin, December 2015

                                        Major: Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics   Minor: Chemistry

                                        Overall GPA: 3.12/4.00

    Experience

     

    08/2014 – 01/2015 

     

     05/2015 – 08/2015   CAD Design Intern; Intuitive Machines, LLC. – Houston, Texas

    ·         Performed preliminary analysis of propulsion subsystem for an ISS return vehicle to determine minimum flow characteristics

    ·         Served as Project Manager for a team of 6 interns in the design and construction of a recovery system for a 9 ft wingspan drone

    ·         Worked extensively with composite materials (carbon fiber, fiberglass) in order to build and assemble a 9 ft wingspan drone

    ·         Designed specialty models using Creo and SolidWorks for use on various company projects in the fields of aerospace, energy, and healthcare

    ·         Specialty models included: offshore installation equipment, drone wings, wingtips, and engine cooling scoops, propulsion system valving, car seat clips for child monitoring system

    01/2015 – 05/2015       Chief Engineer; POTATO Space Mission Project – University of Texas at Austin

    ·         Worked on a team that drafted a proposal for an unmanned mission to Phobos

    ·         The POTATO (Phobos’ Origins through Telemetric Analysis using Twin Orbiters) Mission aimed at measuring the gravity field of Phobos using two CubeSats

    ·         Performed extensive research on similar gravity mapping missions as well as oversaw the work that was done on the payload and propulsion subsystems

    ·         Presented to and collaborated with members of NASA JPL’s A-Team

     

    08/2013 – 05/2014       Student Research Assistant; Texas Research Experience (TREX) Program

    ·         Baselined a MATLAB computational model to characterize mechanical stress as a result of lithiation in batteries

    ·         Conducted research into the relationship between mechanical stress and chemical potential in batteries

    ·         Goal of developing a model that will help to advance research into lithium-sulfur (Li-S) batteries

     

    08/2012 – 05/2013       Sub Team Leader; Longhorn Rocket Association

    ·         Led a sub team that was responsible for creating a new design for a high powered rocket

    ·         Fabricated model rockets from scratch using fiberglass and balsa wood

    ·         Designed and built rockets to proper safety and performance specifications

     

    Skills                           Java, MATLAB, LabView, C and Fortan experience

    CAD Design Software (SolidWorks and Creo)

    Strong interpersonal and communication (both written and oral) skills

    Experience planning and managing a project (preparing budgets, schedules, and presentations) 


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