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     Date Submitted:19-05-2016
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineering Graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
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    CAREER OBJECTIVE:

    Engineering graduate of Carleton University who is searching to apply technical knowledge towards engineering problems, especially those relating to the fields of aerospace or mechanical engineering.

     

    EDUCATION:

    Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering                                                          Graduated April 2016

    Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario

    Specializing in space systems design

    Supplementary courses in material science, material joining, radio communication systems, radio navigation, RADAR navigation, and French language studies

    Engineering projects including a 3rd year aircraft design project, a 4th year range finding sensor project, and a 4th year Earth Orbiting Debris Mitigation (EODM) project

     

    CERTIFICATIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

    Bachelor of Engineering Degree (Carleton University, 2016)

    Engineer in Training with Professional Engineers Ontario (EIT, PEO)

    Valid Ontario class G driver’s license

    WHMIS training and certificate

     

    SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    Technical and Engineering Skills

    Strong mathematical capabilities using both analytic techniques and computational methods to analyze and solve engineering problems

    Gathering and interpreting experimental data in order to understand the physical properties of systems

    Applying engineering principles to solve real world problems

    Computer and Software skills

    Programming and scripting in C, C++, and Python

    2D/3D modelling, drawing, and design in PTC Creo and SketchUp Pro

    Data processing and problem analysis using MATLAB and Simulink

    Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Visual Studio

    Communication Skill

    Ability to effectively work in a group and communicate with other group members in order to analyze, work on, and resolve engineering and design problems

    Strong ability to write reports, summaries, and memos in order to communicate engineering ideas and concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences

    Fluent in English and advanced in French

    Management Skills

    Ability to effectively lead project groups in order to analyze, work on, and resolve engineering and design projects

    Conflict resolution skills enabling group members with conflicting personalities to work together

     

    APPLIED PROJECTS:

    4th Year Earth Orbiting Debris Mitigation (EODM) Project

    Team design project focused on designing a satellite capable of removing non-functioning satellites and other debris from Earth orbit

    This project required substantial amounts of knowledge gained from previous engineering courses, research, individual work, and group work in order to complete

    Member of the sub team that designed the net that is used to capture and tow the debris

    Main focus of the net design was selecting an appropriate net material and net thickness in order to survive all stages of the debris capture and towing procedures

    Created a Matlab script that calculates the reduction in tensile strength of the net material over time due to exposure to space and fatigue from operating conditions, allowing the required net material thickness for differing input loads and mission lengths to be determined

    Performed additional work to determine which existing Earth ground stations would be used in order to communicate with and control the satellite during its mission

    4th Year Range Finding Sensor Project

    Independently designed a proof of concept SONAR range finding module for a potential Europa exploratory mission

    The module consisted of a sonic transceiver, pressure, and temperature sensors

    The control module, a Raspberry Pi, combines the data from the environmental sensors and the sonic transceiver to determine the range to a surface in front of the module

    3rd Year Aircraft Design Project

    Independently designed and evaluated a Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) for commercial sale

    2D drawings of four possible LSA configurations were created and analyzed in order to determine which best satisfied the design requirements

    A 3D model was created of the chosen design using SketchUp Pro

    A Matlab script was created at the beginning of the design project and sequentially updated to fully analyze the aircraft based on its geometric properties, flight conditions, and mission requirements

    Iterative design approach which lead to the final design of the LSA

     

    EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

    Active member of the Carleton Mechanical and Aerospace Society (CMAS)

    Actively participates in French language conversation groups

    Actively participates in running, hiking, biking, weightlifting, and other physical activities

     

    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

    Clear Ottawa WindowsAugust 2014 – September 2015

    Residential Cleaner

     

    Responsible ChoiceJune 2013 – December 2013

     

    Advantage PersonnelJune 2012 – September 2012

    Temporary Worker

     

    Dufresne FurnitureJune 2011 – September 2011

    Warehouse Worker


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