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Sat, 18 Nov 2017 08:00:00 +0100
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Wed, 15 Nov 2017 12:00:00 +0100
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Wed, 15 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0100
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     KeywordsAstrodynamics, Space Mission analysis, Orbital Mechanics
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    Personal Details

     

     

    Date of Birth

    19 January 1978

    Marital Status

    Married

    Nationality

    Bolivian

     

     

    Education

     

     

    • Mechanical Engineering 

    Universidad Mayor de San Simon           

          Cochabamba – Bolivia

     

    • Diploma in Astronomy

                Universidad Sergio Arboleda          

                Bogotá - Colombia. 

     

    • Master in Science and Aerospace Technology

    Diploma of Advanced Studies

    Recognition of sufficient research

    Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya – Barcelona Tech

          Barcelona – Spain

     

    • Doctoral Program in Science and Aerospace Technology

    - Field of research: Astrodynamics

    - Advisor: PhD. Josep Masdemont Soler

    Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya – Barcelona Tech

    Barcelona – Spain

     

    Complementary Education

     
    • Control and Hydraulic automatization.

    Universidad Mayor de San Simón, Company Rexroth 

          Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • Mechanical Desktop 5. (Mechanical design)   

      Universidad Mayor de San Simón,  CAE  Project

    Cochabamba – Bolivia

    • Visual Basic.

          Universidad Mayor de San Simón,  CAE  Project

          Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • SAP 90. (Structural software)

          Universidad Mayor de San Simón,  PDTF

          Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • HydrauSim (Hydraulic Simulator

          Universidad Mayor de San Simón,  Mechanical Engineering

          Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • 3D- Studiomax. 

          Universidad Mayor de San Simón,  Mechanical Engineering

          Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • NeoSim (Neumatic Simulator) 

          Universidad Mayor de San Simón,  Mechanical Engineering

          Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • Microsoft Office Access. 

          Universidad Mayor de San Simón,  CAE  Project

          Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • Avansse-AvWin. (Structural Software)

          Universidad Mayor de San Simón,  CAE  Project

          Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • Technician in Automotive Mechanics

    Tecnologico Andrés Bello

                Cochabamba - Bolivia 

    • Astronomy course. 

    Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya,  AESS  Association

                Cochabamba - Bolivia

    • Recursos d’informació en Economia i Organizació d’Empreses

                Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya – ETSEIB

                Barcelona - Spain

    • Refworks

                Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya – ETSEIB

                Barcelona - España 

    • Web Of Knowledge

                Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya – ETSEIB

                Barcelona - España 

    • Realizador de Inventarios

                Human Solutions

                Barcelona – España

     

    Informatics

     

     Standard knowledge in:


    • Windows  
    • Microsoft Office
    • Web of Knowledge
    • Linux (Ubuntu)


     Specialized knowledge:

    • AutoCad
    • Mechanical Desktop 5, 6
    • Solid Work
    • Satellite Tool Kit (STK)
    • Orbit Determination Tool Kit

     Programming Skills

    • Fortran 77 – 90
    • Matlab

     

    Languages

    • Spanish (Native Language)
    • Catalan (Level B2)
    • English (Intermediate Advanced)

     

    Professional Experience


    Ÿ  Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano – LAB (Airline).

    EngineeringAssistant

          Area of Motors and Turbines.   

           January 2000 - March 2000

    Ÿ  Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano – LAB (Airline).

          Junior Engineer

          Engineering Section.

          January 2001 – March 2001  

    Ÿ  Mathematical Institute Isaac Newton.

          Teacher of Physics

          Preparatory course for the Faculty of Sciences and Technology  

          Universidad Mayor de San Simón 

          January 2004 – February 2005

    Ÿ  Mathematical Institute Isaac Newton.

          Teacher of Organic Chemistry

    Preparatory course for the Medicine Faculty

                Universidad Mayor de San Simón

    January 2003 – February 2005

    Ÿ  Mathematical Institute Isaac Newton.

          Teacher of Chemistry

    Preparatory Course for Military Institutions

    September 2004 – November 2004

    Ÿ  Maestranza Fundición Quillacollo –MAFUQUI (Company of smelting and matrices).  

          Engineer

          June 2002 – December 2002

    Ÿ  Tecnologico Andrés Bello

          Teacher’s assistantof Chemistry   

          March 2004 – July 2004

    Ÿ  Aviation School - Oasis of the Air.

          Accredited instructor of:

    Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Technical Drawing, Planes of

          Aircrafts, Basic Aerodynamics; classes given to Technical Futures in

          Aeronautical Maintenance and Private Pilots.

          March 2004 - August 2005

    Ÿ  The Aerospace Research & Technology Centre (CTAE – Centre de Tecnologia Aeroespacial)

    Analysis and Design of Space Missions

    Viladecans (Barcelona) – Spain

    September 2007 – November 2007

    Ÿ  Estudis Valles

    Teacher Assistantship

          Sabadell (Barcelona) – Spain

          September 2010 – February 2011

    Ÿ  Fundació Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC - BarcelonaTech)

    Master Program - Quantitative Techniques for Financial Products

    Technical Coordination

    Barcelona – Spain

    November 2011 – September 2012

    Ÿ  Space Camp – A3E

    Member of the organization

    Barcelona – Spain

    Juny 2010 – September 2012

    ·         Universidad Sergio Arboleda

    Associate Professor

    Bogota – Colombia

    February 2013 – January 2016

    ·         Universidad ECCI

    Professor of cathedra

    Bogota – Colombia

                Agosto 2014 up to now

     

    Skills

     

     

    • Astrodynamics
    • Orbital Mechanics
    • Formation Flight of satellites
    • Simulations of paths in Fortran 77
    • Relative motion among satellites
    • Mission Analysis
    • Design and construction of nano and pico satellites

     

    Publications

     

     

    • Project end of career “Aerodynamic calculation and design of an ultralight Aircraft”
    • Manual of Aeronautical Instruction of Applied Mathematics
    • Manual of Aeronautical Instruction of Applied Physics
    • Manual of Aeronautical Instruction of Technical Drawing
    • Manual of Aeronautical Instruction of Basic Aerodynamics
    • Translations of the text “Guide for the Aviation Maintenance Technician”  

    ASA Editions

    • Book “AERODINAMICA BASICA” (Basic Aerodynamics)

    Editor J&V

    Legal deposit (Bolivia): 2-1-1542-05

    Year 2005

     

    Texts, translations and book approved by The General Directorate of Civil Aeronautics(DGAC- Bolivia) as texts of instruction for Technicians in Aeronautical Maintenance and pilots. Based on the requirements of the FAA.

     

    ·         “Numerical Study of Orbital Perturbations for a Low Altitude Satellite”    

                Book Chapter: Métodos Numéricos y sus Aplicaciones en Diferentes Area

                ISBN: 978-958-8713-50-2

                Pages 335 - 340

                Universidad Autónoma del Occidente; Colombia; 2013

     

    ·         “Orbital relative movement applied the formation flight of artificial satellites around the Earth”

                Book chapter: A commemorative synopsis ICAMI

                ISBN : 978-958-765-077-8

                Pages 90 -93

                Universidad del Valle; Colombia; 2013

     

    ·         “Orbital relative movement applied the formation flight of artificial satellites around the Earth”

                Artícle in: “Current trends in Applied Mathematical Sciences”

                ISSN: 2194-1009

                Springer Proceeding in Mathematics and Statistics; 2015

     

    ·         “Libertad 2 Mission: Overview, Goals and Challenges”

                IAA Space Exploration Conference, ; IAA- WASPO24

                Proceedings International Academy of Astronautics

                Washington; EEUU; 2013

     

    ·         “Satélite misión Libertad 2”

                Book chapter:  Tecnologías Avanzadas de Mecatrónica, Diseño y Manufactura

                ISBN: 978-958-26-0212-3

                Pages 241-246

                Universidad Central, Bogota; 2014

     

    ·         “Libertad 2; Colombian satellite for earth observation”

                In Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress

                22st IAA Symposium on Small Satellite Missions

                IAC-14,B4,1.10x24524; IAC (Vol. 5, pp. 3355–3359).

                International Astronautical Federation; 2014

     

    ·         “Orbital Relative Movement Applied the Formation Flight of Artificial Satellites Around the Earth”

    Book chapter: Analysis, Modelling, Optimization, and Numerical Techniques;

                ISBN 978-3-319-12582-4

                Pages 271-283

                Springer; 2015

     

    ·         “Mission Design: Satellite Libertad 2”

               In Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress

               66th International Astronautical Congress

               IAC-15,D1,IP,19,x29513

               International Astronautical Federation; 2015

     

     

    Projects

     

    ·         SSETI “Student Space Exploration and Technology Initiative”

    Design and construction of Satellites

    (sponsored by European Space agency)

    Member of mission analysis group

    Member of Thermical control system

    September 2006 – July 2012

     

    • “Galactic Suite” (space Hotel)

    Mission analysis

    The Aerospace Research & Technology Centre (CTAE)

    Viladecans (Barcelona) – Spain

    September 2007 – November 2007

     

    • “Nonlinear Methodologies applied to the study of formation flight about the Earth”

                Researcher

                EGSA – Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya

                Barcelona – España

                September 2007 – September 2009

     

    ·         UPCSat I “First cubesat of Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya”

    Member of mission analysis group

    Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya

    Barcelona – Spain

    September 2010 – September 2012

     

    ·         “Fortalecimiento significativo de la competitividad de la empresa sequoia space limitada mediante el desarrollo de un sistema de adquisición, almacenamiento y procesamiento de imágenes para nano satélites de tres unidades compatible con el estándar cubesat y que opere en orbitas leo” (Design a camera to type CubeSat satellites)

    Researcher

    Administrative Department of Science,Technology and Innovation (Colciencias)

    Bogota – Colombia

    January 2014 – January 2016

     

    • “Modeling of the space environment for the flight of artificial satellites”

    Researcher

    ESINUSA – Universidad Sergio Arboleda

    Bogota – Colombia

    February 2014 – February 2015

     

    • Project “Satellite Libertad 2” (Cubesat of 3U)

    Technical Director

    Universidad Sergio Arboleda

    Bogota – Colombia

    February 2013 – January 2016

     

    Congress and Symposiums

     
    • “7th International Symposium on Launcher Technologies”

           2 – 5, April 2007

           Barcelona - Spain

    • EURISY congress “Future Challenges for Local and Regional Authorities: How can Space Technology help?”

          29 – 30, May 2007

          Barcelona - Spain

    • Dance congress “Winter school in Dynamical Systems of the DANCE 

          (Dinámica, Atractores y Nolinealidad: Caos y Estabilidad) Spanish network”

          28 – 3, January – February 2008

          University of valencia

          Valencia – Spain

    • First Astronet Training School (International Network of Astrodynamics Groups - Europe)      

          15 – 19, September 2008

          UPC – UB – UAB     

          Barcelona – Spain    

    • Seminar in Celestial Mechanics

    31, October 2008

    University of Barcelona

          Barcelona - Spain

    • Workshop INAVE: Earth Observation, Navigation and Communications

    14, November 2008

    INTA

                Barcelona – Spain

    • Second Astronet Training School (International Network of Astrodynamics Groups - Europe)

                14 – 18, September 2009

                University of Paderborn    

                Paderborn – Germany

    • 4th International Meeting of Mathematics (EI-MUSA)

                2 – 5, August 2010

                Sergio Arboleda University

                Bogota – Colombia

    • Jairo Charris SEMINAR 2010:   Algebraic Aspects of Darboux Transformations, Quantum Integrable Systems and Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics

                4 – 7, August 2010

          Sergio Arboleda University

          Santa Marta – Colombia

    • International Symposium of Aeronautical Engineering

                29 – 3, August – September 2011 

                Del Valle University   

                Cochabamba – Bolivia

    ·         Seminario Binacional Francia-Colombia “Uso y Beneficios de las Tecnologias

                Satelitales”

                4 - 5, February 2013

                Comisión Colombiana del Espacio

                Bogota – Colombia

    ·         IX Congreso Nacional de Métodos Numéricos Colombia

                21 – 23, August 2013

                Universidad Autónoma del Occidente

                Cali – Colombia

    ·         Seminario Binacional y Taller de Ingeniería Satelital (CCE-IAI)

                9 - 10, September 2013

                Comisión Colombiana del Espacio y Israel Aerospace Industries

                Bogota – Colombia

    ·         Taller Preparatorio Cumbre International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)

                29 - 30, October 2013

                Agencia Mexicana del Espacio

                Bogota – Colombia

    ·         Seminario Internacional “Derecho Espacial y Soberania”

                1 - 2 November 2013

                Fuerza Aerea Colombiana

                Bogota – Colombia

    ·         ICAMI 2013, International Conference on Applied Mathematics and Informatics

                24 – 29, November 2013

                Universidad del Valle

                San Andrés – Colombia

    ·         IAA Space Exploration Conference – Space for Humanity

                9 January 2014

                International Academy of Astronautics

                Washington DC – USA

    ·         IX Encuentro Nacional de Matemáticas y Estadistica

                7 – 9, May 2014

                Universidad del Tolima

                Ibagué – Colombia

    ·         Tecnologias Avanzadas de Mecatronica, Diseño y Manufactura (AMDM 2014)

                6 – 10 July 2014

                Universidad Central

                Bogota – Colombia

    ·         V congreso Internacional en ciencia y Tecnologia Aeroespacial (CICTA2014)

                18 – 20, November 2014

                Universidad distrital

                Bogota – Colombia

    ·         1st Latin American IAA cubesat Workshop

                8 – 11 December 2014

                Universidade de Brazilia

                Brasilia – Brazil

     

    ·         65th IAC: International Astronautical congress

    1 - 3 October 2014

                International Astronautical Federation

                Toronto – Canada

    ·         66th IAC: International Astronautical congress

                 12 – 16 October 2015

                 International Astronautical Federation

                 Jerusalem – Israel

    ·         Inteligencia Artificial y Ciencia Ficción

                1 – 2 November 2015

                Planetario de Bogota

                Bogota – Colombia

     

     

     

    International Schools

     

     

    ·         First Astronet Training School (International network of Astrodynamics’ groups)

                Universitat de Barcelona, Autónoma de Barcelona y Politécnica de Catalunya

                Barcelona – Spain

                July-August 2009

     

    ·         Winter School in Dynamical Systems

                Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

                Valencia – Spain

                January-February 2008

     

    ·         Second Astronet Training School (International network of Astrodynamics’ groups)

                University of Paderborn

                Paderborn - Germany

                September 2010

     

    Conferences and Courses realized  

     

     

    ·         Conference “Basic Aerodynamics”

    Department of  Mechanical Engineering

    Universidad Mayor de San Simon

    Cochabamba – Bolivia

    May 2005

    ·         Conference “Aerospace Technology”

          Faculty of Science and Technology

          Universidad Mayor de San Simon

          Cochabamba – Bolivia  

          August 2006 

    ·         Conference “Perspective and projection to future of the Mechanical engineer and Electromechanical”

          Deparments of Mechanical Engineering

          Universidad Mayor de San Simon

          Cochabamba – Bolivia      

          August 2006.

     

    ·         Course “Basic Aerodynamics” (20 hours)

          Deparments of Mechanical Engineering

          Universidad Mayor de San Simon

          Cochabamba – Bolivia       

          September 2005

    ·         Course “Aerodynamics and Flight Mechanics” (20 hours)

          Faculty of Science and Technology

          Universidad Mayor de San Simon

          Cochabamba – Bolivia

          August 2006

    • Conference “Formation Flight of satellites around the Earth”

    Celestial Mechanics Seminar

    University of Barcelona

    Barcelona – Spain

    Juny 2009

    • Course “Fundamental of Astrodynamics” (20 hours)

    Faculty of Mathematics

    Universidad Sergio Arboleda

    Bogota – Colombia

    July 2010

    • Conference “Nonlinear methodologies applied to the study of formation flight about the Earth”

          4th International Meeting of Mathematics (EI-MUSA)

    Universidad Sergio Arboleda

    Bogota – Colombia

    August 2010

    • Course “Orbital Mechanics” (20 hours)

    International Symposium of Aeronautical Engineering 

    Del Valle University

    Cochabamba – Bolivia

                August 2011

    • Conference “Conocimiento y uso óptimo de satélites en beneficio del Estado”

                Escuela de Altos Estudios Nacionales - Fuerzas Armadas (FFAA)

                Cochabamba – Bolivia

                September 2012

    • Conference “Tecnología de los Satélites de Telecomunicaciones y sus 

                perspectivas de uso en Bolivia”

                Sociedad de Ingenieros de Bolivia 

                Cochabamba – Bolivia

                October 2012   

    • Conference “Space tourism: Proyectos Espaciales Universitarios y nuevas

    tendencias en el Campo Espacial” 

                Planetario de Bogota 

                Bogota – Colombia

                May 2013

    • Conference “CubeSat Project” 

                Universidad Privada Boliviana (UPB)

                Cochabamba – Bolivia

                July 2013

    • Conference “Proyectos y nuevas tendencias en el campo Espacial” 

                Universidad Técnica Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra (UTEPSA)

                Santa Cruz – Bolivia

                July 2013

     

    • Conference “Introducción al Diseño de pico-Satélites” 

                Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra (UPSA)

                Santa Cruz – Bolivia

                July 2013

    • Conference “Estudio Numérico de perturbaciones Orbitales para Satélites de

    baja Altura” 

                IX Congreso Colombiano de Métodos Numéricos

    Universidad Autónoma del Occidente 

                Cali – Colombia

                August 2013

    • Conference “Historia y nuevas tendencias en el diseño y construcción de satélites artificiales” 

                Planetario de Bogota 

                Bogota – Colombia

                September 2013

    • Course “Mecánica Orbital” (20 hours)

                Observatorio – Universidad Sergio Arboleda 

                Bogota – Colombia

                September 2013

    • Conference “Satelite Libertad 2: Un nano-satélite para observación de la tierra” 

                Sistemas Satelitales y Programas Espaciales para el Desarrollo Nacional

    Agencia Nacional del Espectro 

                Bogota – Colombia

                October 2013

    • Poster “Orbital relative movement applied the formation flight of artificial 

                satellites around the Earth”

                ICAMI 2013, International Conference on Applied Mathematics and Informatics 

                Universidad del Valle

                San Andrés – Colombia

                November 2013

    • Conference “Libertad 2 Mission: Overview, Goals and challenges”

    IAA Space Exploration Conference – Space for Humanity

                International Academy of Astronautics   

                Washington DC – USA 

                January 2014

    • Conference “Recorriendo el Sistema Solar: Vuelo de Naves Espaciales” 

                ACDA

                Planetario de Bogotá

                Bogotá – Colombia

                May 2014  

    • Conference “Satellite Libertad 2”

    Congress AMDM 2014

                Universidad Central   

                Bogotá – Colombia 

                Julio 2014

    • Conference “Libertad 2; Colombian Satellite for Earth Observation”

    65th IAC: International Astronautical congress

    International Astronautical Federation   

    Toronto – Canada

    October 2014

    • Seminar “Reducción por simetrías del Hamiltoniano J2 a un plano meridiano” (4 hours)

                Facultat de matemáticas y estadistica – FEM

                Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya

                Barcelona – España  

                October 2014

    • Seminar “Ensayos de control de dispersion usando funciones de Lyapunov en el problema J2” (4 hours)

                Facultat de matemáticas y estadística – FEM

                Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya

                Barcelona – España  

                October 2014

    • Conference “Diseño y Análisis de Misión del Satélite Libertad 2”

    Congress CICTA2014

                Universidad distrital   

                Bogotá - Colombia

                November 2014

    • Conference “Project Libertad: Development of pico and nanosatellite to

    Colombia"

    1st Latin American IAA cubesat Workshop

                Universidade de Brazilia   

                Brasilia – Brazil

                December 2014

    • Taller “Analysis and design of space missions” (8 Horas)

    College of Engeneering

    Universidad Técnica Privada Boliviana 

                Santa Cruz – Bolivia  

                July 2015

    • Taller “Type of Orbits of Spacecrafts” (15 Horas)

                Observatorio – Universidad Sergio Arboleda 

                Bogotá – Colombia

                September 2015

    • Conference “Mission Design: Satellite Libertad 2”

                66th IAC: International Astronautical congress

                International Astronautical Federation   

                Jerusalem – Israel

                October 2015

     

    Organizations


    ·         Member of “Associació Estudiantil per la Exploració Espacial” (A3E)

    Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya – Barcelona Tech     

    ·         Member of Student Space Exploration and Technology Initiative SSETI (Educational project of the European Space Agency – ESA)

    European Space Agency

    • Astronet Group (European Network of astrodynamics)

    Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya – Barcelona Tech

    • Member of SpaceGeneration

    since 2008 

                Internacional Organization


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