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     Date Submitted:14-03-2016
     Last Modified:30-03-2016 (05:48)
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     Current job:MEng Aerospace Engineering Graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators
     KeywordsCharismatic, ambitious, organised, flexible, initiative, innovative, self-controlled


    12-month Aerospace Engineering Placement

    September 2014 – September 2015

    Oxford Space Systems, Oxford, UK


    ·         Developed a large spacecraft deployable panel for linear patch array. Conducted a CubeSat accommodation design. Conducted concept designs. Developed in MATLAB: number of programs for analysis of materials and structures, program supporting vibro-acoustic analysis and experiments, analysed multibody system.



    MEng Aerospace Engineering with Foundation Year

    University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

    September 2010 - June 2016

    ·         Subjects: Advanced Guidance Systems, MATLAB, Robotics, Avionics, RF Engineering, Electrical Circuits and Electronics, Flight Dynamics and Control, Advanced Aerodynamics, Advanced Computational Fluids, Aerostructures and Aeroelasticity, Flight Handling Qualities, Design.

    ·         Group projects: The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Design, Unmanned Aid Bringing Aircraft Design, Two-person Jet Plane Design.


    A Level

    Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College,London, UK

    September 2008 – June 2010

    ·         Subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Art & Design


    A Level

    University of West London, London, UK

    September 2007 – June 2008

    ·         Subject: Polish



    Spacecraft Deployable Patch Array– worked on the top-level of the design contributing towards concept design and trade-off analysis. Conducted panel design and optimisation. Conducted overall mechanical system dynamic performance simulations.


    Solar Powered Plane – This is an ongoing project as an extra-curricular. I am a systems engineer delivering the plane from concept to the final product using optimisation techniques in MATLAB and constantly verifying the product against the requirements. Also, I am managing the project using professional tools and methods.


    UAS Design– Ongoing project at the University of Liverpool as part of Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) Challenge to compete with other universities in aid bringing, completely autonomous unmanned aerial system. Responsible for mathematical modelling, performance optimisation; vehicle simulation and contribution towards target recognition system.


    Sandwich Structure Optimisation – developed a MATLAB program to optimise sandwich structures for pre-defined structural frequency. Program uses orthotropic properties for composite materials, isotropic properties for the core and surface response methodology to iterate and to achieve the optimum performance.


    Comparison of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) data of the flow around a helicopter– Project supervised by Professor G. N. Barakos with the aim to compare the velocity data for the flow around a helicopter using MATLAB, potential flow theory, Q and Lambda criterions and Linear Integral Convolution.





    ·         Developed a tool to optimise composite materials, to analyse experimental data from dynamic behaviour of passive deployable hinge, redevelopment of dynamic model of deployable panels, manipulation of two-dimensional velocity maps, manipulation of visual data.

    C, C#:

    ·         Developed a calculator to assess International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions; redeveloped further using C# producing Graphical User Interface of ISA.


    ·         Spacecraft panel design. CubeSat design. Design of wing structure for the aid bringing UAV project.



    Systems Engineer

    Royal Society of Encouragement, Essex, UK

    February 2016 – ongoing

    ·         A challenge undertaken with a group of students from the University of Liverpool. The aim is to establish a new world record for solar model plane.



    I‘m an Engineer Challenge, South West, UK

    June 2015

    ·         Won the first prize judged by students. This is an online event where students from schools interact with engineers to find out more about engineering. Developed effective communication skills.



    IMechE Competition, North West, UK

    November 2012 - March 2013

    ·         Challenge for a returnable car design – first runners-up. Contributed towards the design of a vehicle and manufacturing of parts. Provided the design with key improvements to the accuracy of the results of the vehicle.



    University Guide

    University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

    October 2015 –  present

    ·         Responsible for promoting engineering and presenting engineering projects to prospective students.


    Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) Ambassador

    Engineering Education Scheme, Oxford, UK

    October 2014 – April 2015

    ·         Responsible for mentoring students from the Didcot Sixth Form College on the Space Antenna Mechanism Deployment System. The pupils have won the first award of student choice. Main responsibilities were to overlook the progress, provide the essential knowledge and to motivate the group to success.


    Event Planner & Committee Member

    Access Society, Liverpool, UK

    September 2013 – June 2014

    ·         University society raising money for disabilities and mental health. Executed responsibilities for organising events, i.e. negotiations with venues, preparing marketing for the event. Also, responsible for hosting quizzes for fundraising and undertaking vital decisions about the society.



    Engineering & Science

    ·         Reading and attending conferences about engineering innovations regarding materials, structures and innovative analysis and optimisation methods.



    ·         Skydiving– undertaking tandem jumping and shortly undertaking training for a professional license.

    ·         Fitness – exercising3-6 times a week, undertaking group running challenges.

    ·         Tennis– taking regular exercises and classes, competing in local club with other tennis players.

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