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The president of the Canadian Space Agency said he is taking a "wait and see" approach to NASA's plans to end funding of the International Space Station in the mid-2020s, citing the lack of detail. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:03-05-2016
     Last Modified:09-05-2016 (03:06)
    Job information
     Current job:Research Engineer / Program Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Space Tourism
     KeywordsElectrical Engineer / Automotive R&D (12 years) / Aeronautical R&D (7years) / Business Development / Strategy / Research and Development
    CV

    Professional Experience --------------------------------

     

    Airbus Group Innovations | R&D Engineer

    Campus Engineering, Toulouse (France) | September 2011 - Current

     

    Program Manager: HyPSO On-Board Energy Management

    Acquisition of customer programs

      Airbus Civil Program – 1. More Electrical Aircraft Feasibility Studies | 2. Fuel Usage Optimization

      Airbus Military – On-Board Secondary Load Optimization

      Airbus Helicopters - Energy Optimization

     

    Hybrid Power Systems Architecture Simulation Tool Development

      Coordination of Customer needs with Tool Development

      Lead Design, Interface and Functions Definition

      Technology Trade Studies Performed:

          Ram Air Turbine Hybridization

          Utilization of Auxiliary Power Unit during flight

          Battery Control Methodology

          Automated sizing of architectural components

      Managed a small work team to achieve program objectives

          Utilized Internship programs to support program needs

          Coordination of team members located in various European Countries

    Airbus Defense & Space | Electrical Systems Engineer

    Airbus Getafe, Madrid (Spain) | September 2009 - 2011

     

    Project Leader:KC-45 Program Focal Point - Electrical Department.

      Lead KC-45 Electrical System’s Team

          Designed Electrical Architecture

          Implementation of Failure Reconfiguration Strategies

          Develop Electrical Load Analysis [ELA]

          Request for Purchase [RFP]

          Definition of System/Component Specification

    Systems Engineer

    Developed Electrical System’s Load Analysis for various Air-to-Air Refueling Programs (MRTT): Australia, Emirates, UK.

          Central Maintenance System Redesign

          Identified Optimal Display Warning Strategy for Pilots to reduce large information clusters.

    Delphi E&C | R&D Systems Engineer

    Technical Center Brighton, MI (USA) | Feb. 2006 – May 2008

      Systems Engineer: PowerTrain Responsible for Engine Spark-Plug Control Development

         Control Strategy Development (Matlab Simulation)

         Validation Process: Bench and Vehicle Testing

         Developed Partial Spark Activation Control

    Systems Engineer: Engine Calibration

         8 Month Training on Engine Calibration [Rochester, NY]

         Support Calibration for Torque |Spark | Airflow Subsytems

         Performed Power Enrichemnt (PE) and Fuel Cut-off (DFCO) O2 Diagnostics Calibration.

    Delphi –S | R&D Embedded Systems Engineer

    Technical Center Brighton, Mi (USA) | Jan. 2002 – Feb. 2006

      Embedded Systems Engineer: Vehicle Stability Control

         Full Development Cycle |Concept to Production

         X-By-Wire System Development [Steering, Braking, Throttle]

         Extensive In-Vehicle and Bench Hardware-In-The-Loop/Rapid Prototyping Testing and Calibration

         Responsible for GPS and Anemometer Data Integration for Stability Control

         Developed Electrical Schematics and supported vehicle builds

         Responsible for Data Acquisition and Data Analysis

         Performed Competitive Analysis for Sensor Suppliers

    Delphi Automotive | Co-Op Student [July 1997 – March 2002]

      Industrial Engineer - Generators

         Implemented Standardized Methods and Lean Manufacturing

      Product Engineer - Oxygen Sensors

         Failure analysis of flat-plate sensors in the manufacturing process.

         Developed new techniques of measurement and testing

    Production Supervisor– ABS System

         Implemented and supervised first production line for DBC 7.0

         Significantly increased production rate [450 to 1000 parts/day]

    Manufacturing / Quality Engineering– Spark Plugs

         Oversaw production process and performed Root-Cause Analysis through problem solving techniques.

         Implemented Boundary sample visual cards.

    Process / Quality Engineering– Generators

         Investigate failure cause of Generators.

         Performed Process Audits, Fist time quality studies, PPAPs

    Product Engineering – Generators

         Seek to improve design by utilizing the Model Shop

         Supplier quality improvements - alternate supplier analysis

     

    Education  -----------------------------

      GMI  (Sept’97 – Dec’02)

          - BSE in Electrical Engineering

         - Thesis: X-By-Wire [Honors Award]

      Kaiserslautern High School [Senior]

      Jesuitas - High School

     

    Industry Experience ----------------

      Automotive: Delphi [1997 – 2008]

      Aeronautical: Airbus [2009 – Current]

     

    Certifications ------------------------

      Six Sigma / Green Belt

      High Limit/G Testing [GM MPG Driver’s Test License]

      TRC Level 1 & 2 Test Driver Certified [Transportation Research Center]

     

    Training --------------------------------

    Airbus Group

      Future Leader Program

      Project Mgt. Into Practice

      A380 Gen Familiarization

      ITAR Regulations

      Engaging Stakeholders

      Recovering Troubled Projects

    Delphi Corporation

      ABS System

      Engine Dyno Testing

      Delphi Team

      Vehicle Safety

      Engine Calibration

      Problem Solving

     

    Languages -----------------------------

       Spanish:    Native Language

       English:     Bi-Lingual

       French:      Medium Level

     

    International Experience ---------

    Spain    19 years

    USA       16 years

    France    5 years

    Germany 1 year

    Mexico    5 months

     

    Proficiencies --------------------------

       Program/Project Management

       R&D Development Cycle

       Product Development Cycle [Concept-to-Manufacturing]

       Supplier Management

       Data Acquisition Systems

       Rapid Prototyping

     

    Areas of Interest --------------------

       Business Development

       General Management

       Operations / Manufacturing


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