7 Oct 2015–6 Nov 2015 Project Analyst
G.M.S. Global Maritime Services, Macclesfield (United Kingdom)
Writing a grant proposal on behalf of the company G.M.S to the European Space Agency (ESA) for financing a project which utilises Earth Observation data for maritime navigation for improved fuel economy, safety and ETA. Tasks: gathering data about company's Earth Observation techniques and data processing infrastructure. Analysing the project w.r.t the technical requirements provided by ESA. Planning a 12-month period of activities covering preparation, a series of field tests, review of the results and advertisements to potential customers. Other tasks involved allocation of manpower and resources, and risk assessment.
1 Jul 2014–7 Aug 2015 Young Graduate Trainee at Ground Station Engineering division
European Space Operations Centre (ESA-ESOC), Darmstadt (Germany)
Assisting the deployment and validation of a radiometer instrument: HATPRO (Humidity and Temperature Profiler), whose purpose was to characterise the atmospheric parameters (attenuation, brightness temperature) at K and Ka bands. Taking part in the project planning phase and discussions with the external partners. Installing the instrument at the Deep Space 2 station (DS-2) in Spain and integrating it into the existing data/power infrastructure. Daily monitoring of the performance, measurement data and housekeeping files of the instrument. Modelling the brightness temperature, gaseous attenuation and tropospheric path delay in K and Ka bands using Matlab and Python. Validating the measurement data from the radiometer against those models and real satellite data (comparison of the atmospheric attenuation and the variation of the signal level from Mars Express, Gaia and Rosetta). Developing software (Matlab and Python) for off-line processing of the radiometer and the weather station data.
1 Jul 2013–30 Nov 2013 Trainee at Antenna and Sub-Millimeter Wavelenght department
European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESA-ESTEC), Noordwijk (Netherlands)
Working at the Compact Antenna Test Range (CATR) and Quasi-Optical Test Bench covering frequencies from 12 – 500 GHz. Performing daily measurements in reflection and transmission modes to verify the technique for material characterisation (extraction of permittivity and permeability). Extracting data for further processing in Matlab (time-gating, filtering, plotting). Modelling S11 and S21 parameters of different dielectric and magnetic materials in order to compare with real measurements. Large emphasis put on equipment calibration and data processing.
1 Sep 2012–30 Jun 2013 Master Thesis at Corporate Technology and Innovation department
Mærsk Oil and Gas, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Assessment of the Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technology for Maersk Oil and Gas applications. Preparing the field test plan and acceptance criteria. Measuring the radiation pattern of the GPR antennae on an outdoor range with various RF and data acquisition equipment. Other tasks involved physical modeling, processing of the measurement data and verification of the results.
1 Oct 2007–31 Aug 2012 Various IT-related experience
Working as a student assistant at Maersk Oil and Gas, Laptops Direct Enterprise and own partnership IT company Geeks on Bikes. Providing IT support to computer users, fixing software and hardware errors (Mac OS, Windows). Dealing with large-scale networking and integrating the PCoIP technology for Zero Client remote workstation access.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
1 Sep 2010–15 Aug 2013 MSc in Electrical Engineering. Study line: Space Technology
Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Copenhagen (Denmark)
Core subjects: Spacecraft systems and Design, Radar and Radiometer Systems, Remote Sensing, Electromagnetics, Antennas, Antenna Measurements in Radio Anechoic Chambers (taken place at DTU-ESA Spherical Near-Field Antenna Test Facility)
1 Oct 2006–30 Jun 2010 BEng with Honours (2.1) in Electrical Engineering
University of Glasgow, Glasgow (United Kingdom)
Core subjects: Analogue and Digital Electronics, Computer Programming, Embedded Processors, Computer Architecture, Acoustics and Audio Technology
Polish (native), English (Advanced), German (Good), Danish (Basic)
I am a very dedicated team player with abilities to efficiently communicate with others. In the past 9 years I lived in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Netherlands and Germany, getting to know different cultures and integrating with people of many nationalities. Through my experience as a salesman and IT support engineer I learned how to approach people, understand their problems and needs, and resolve personal conflicts.
Organisational / managerial skills
Throughout my university education and work experience I have learned how to conduct scientific research and run technical projects. I am confident to work by myself, following a plan to achieve desired goals as well as cooperate closely with a group. I can organise my work in an efficient way and I have a strong self-discipline in order to motivate myself and meet foreseen milestones.
I am an experienced electrical engineer with focus on antennas, radars and Remote Sensing. In the past few years I worked on various projects related to space applications. I performed antenna measurements, data acquisition and post processing tasks as well as modeling in MATLAB and PYTHON. I also took part in a few field tests and installations where I represented my employers and collaborated with their external partners.
Scattering-Parameter Extraction and Calibration Techniques for RF Free-Space Material Characterization
The 8th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2014)
Accuracy Assessment of Free-Space Material Reflectivity Measurements Using a MADRAS Spaceborne Radiometer Sample
The 8th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2014)
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