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     Date Submitted:14-03-2016
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     Current job:AIVT Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordsexperience in Project Management, Systems Engineering and Process Engineering, AIVT, participating in all the phases of the development cycle of a Space Project, from specifications and up to client acceptance.
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    Nationality: Spanish, Date of birth: 04/07/1985

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:  R&D PROJECTS                                              

     

    The Modular X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Sensor (MXGS) is part of theASIM, Atmospheric Space Interactions Monitor, anESA Mission to be assembled on the International Space Station (ISS). MXGS instrument is designed to detect Terrestrial Gamma Flashes (TGFs) due to high energy phenomena in the upper atmosphere layers, which sources and physics are the mission objectives.

    2014-2016 (19 months, currently): Systems Engineer for MXGS (INTA): Direction of the Assembly, Integration, Verification and Test (AIVT) activities during the ASIM-MXGS Flight Model (FM) campaign. Responsible for the different procedures and processes: integration, physical properties, structural, thermal, EMC and functional tests.

    MXGS sub-systems reception involving several European Companies and Institutions (Terma, DTU Space, University of Bergen, Polish Academy of Sciences/Space Research Centre, Universidad de Valencia and INTA). Execution of the MXGS mechanical, thermal and electrical integration and tests in Phase D (Integration and Qualification/Acceptance Tests). Quality standards application and its register during the different processes and tests control.

    The Ultraviolet and Visible Atmospheric Sounder (UVAS) is part of theCSP (Complementary Scientific Payload) on boardSEOSAT/Ingenio, an optical high resolution imaging mission of Spain (Copernicus). UVAS Instrument focuses on the processes that link atmospheric composition, sources & climate. UVASstakeholders: MINECO(MICINN),CDTI, ESA, Airbus Defence&Space.

    2011-2014 (36 months): Project Manager for UVAS (CSIC): Technical responsible for selecting and  monitoring the project team (+35 people) and the industrial contractors (2M€ budget). In charge of project management methods and processes application: initiating, planning, executing & controlling, allocating resources, organizing all activities and associated documentation, achieving the targets on time, quality and cost. Responsible for UVAS development, evaluating risks that limit the success of the instrument, preparing progress reports, organizing project meetings and reviews in Phase C (Detailed design, development, construction and testing): Engineering Model (EM), Spectrometer Qualification Model (SQM), Structural and Thermal Model (STM), mission planning and operations.

    2011 (6months) Systems Engineer/PMOfor UVAS (CSIC) based on the evaluation of scientific and technical instrument requirements: UVAS preliminary design, development and analysis; working in cooperation with industrial contractors, supporting to the Project Manager in the activities of Systems Engineering, CM, Quality Assurance, procurement, manufacturing, verification, integration, calibration, tests and all the associated documentation + ECSS in Phase B (preliminary design): Structural Model (SM), Spectrometer Bread Board (BB) and to assist in the successful closing ofthe Instrument Preliminary Design Review(PDR).

     

    2010 (6 months) Systems Engineer for the SLT (Location and Trajectography System) at CNES/CSG: Geometrical and radio electrical study between the different radars, launchers (Ariane5, Soyuz and Vega) and trajectories. Definition of a new optimal position for this radar to ensure the supply to the SLT of two independent radar location channels of the launcher; this radar will be able to track the launcher through a communication system. The locate errors are also analyzed and the performance functioning as a conventional radar (skin echo, PSR) was also evaluated with new radars (X Band) Vs. SSR (currently).

     

    HIGHER EDUCATION                                                                                   

     

    Double Degree Program (SUPAERO-UPM) + Master Thesis with honours

    2008-2010        Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering (Diplôme d’Ingénieur)

    [Toulouse]         Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace (SUPAERO), Toulouse.

    Main subjects: Aerospace Systems & Communications, Mechanical& Thermal Design, Flight Dynamics, Risk Analysis and Basics of Strategic Economics.

    o   Third year: Space Systems& Telecommunications/Navigation major

    o   Second year: Physics and Space Sciencesmajor

     

    2003-2008        Master’s Degree in Telecommunications Engineering                               

    [Madrid]           Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Escuela Técnica Superior de

    Ingenieros de Telecomunicación (ETSIT).Main Subjects:Radio & Microwave Communications, Electronics, Digital Signal Processing, Antennas, Radar, Electromagnetism, Electrical Systems, Networks & Computer Sciences.

    o   Communicationsmajor (Radiocommunication Systems & RF)

     

    2001-2003        Scientific Baccalaureate: MM.Mercedarias de Alarcón (Madrid) with honours

     

    TRAINING COURSES AND OTHER R&D PROJECTS                                          

    2015: 2months  Remote Sensing MOOC & its Apps: Monitoring climate from Space (ESA)

    2015: 4months  Jr mentor of Comprometi2.0 program (entrepreneurship & co-working)

    2014: 3months MOOC:Basics of PMP (PMI) + Space Systems Engineering course (NASA) 

    2013: 9months Entrepreneurship & co-working Program (IE Business School - FC - Hub) +30 hours   + Impact Weekend finalist (IE Business School - Fundación Canal): Program to empower entrepreneurs with new techniques: design thinking, lean startup, business development opportunities, strategies and coaching.

    2012: 20 hours  Aerospace Quality Management Course (INTA): Product Assurance (PA), Risk Management, Configuration Management, Confiability (RAMS), Parts, Materials and Processes (PMPs), manufacturing (DRB/TRR), NCR/RFD/RFW.

    2011: 25 hours  Aerospace Project Management Course (INSTAE): Basics of different space phases (design and development, manufacturing, validation and operations) and milestones with associated documentation and meetingsto review each activity.

    2010:18 hours  Mission Planning and Operations: Launching and maintenance of a LEO satellite constellation (SUPAERO -Thales): Design of a telecommunications constellation and mission planning related to its coverage aspects, establishment of a preliminary constellation and maintenance: replacement and deployment.

    2009: 2 months Research Project (SUPAERO): Design and implementation of an automatic control system for a MMP40x (terrestrial robot) in unknown environments.

    2009: 20 hours Flight Operationsand Tests (SUPAERO): Performance analysis of a light aircraft (TB20) with several instruments and sensors to validate its design.

    2008: 20 hours Aircraft Design (SUPAERO - Airbus): Study and design of a commercial subsonic bi-reactor airplane from several constraints and developed with Alcazar.

      

    ITSKILLS                                                                                                   

     

    Applications: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Project (MSP), Scilab, MATLAB & Simulink, ADS, PSpice, OrCAD, ModelSim, LabVIEW, Eclipse, NetBeans, jGrasp, Opnet, Alcazar, AutoCAD, CATIA V5, Patran/Nastran, SPIS, OMERE, STK, ESATAN/ESARAD.

    Programming Languages: C, C++, Java, Assembly language, ADA, VHDL, Pawn, UML.

    Lab Equipment: ESD, clean room, PS, oscilloscope, SA, EGSE, mechatronics, filters, antenna.

     

    LANGUAGE SKILLS                                                                                      

     

    English: Fluent, TOEFL ITP (Institutional Testing Program)Score Report: 617/677 (2010).

    French: Fluent, living in France for more than 2 years: Toulouse and Kourou (French Guiana).

    Spanish: Native speaker.


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