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     Date Submitted:04-06-2016
     Last Modified:07-06-2016 (04:19)
    Job information
     Current job:Systems Engineer Monitor
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    CV

    Summary

    Security Clearance, JPAS Eligibility : Secret, June 13 2002.
    Able to Obtain Interim Security Clearance
    Open Networker, Social Networking Enthusiast, Space Advocate

    Qualifications
    10+ years of increasing experience of Aerospace Engineering consisting of:
    3+ years Project Management / Cost Reduction Engineering and Supplier & Manufacturing Engineering Contracts (resulting in $14M savings)
    4+ years Business Intelligence Airline Customer Mission Monitoring and Big Data Analyst, programming in R Language ($1M+ projects) & Tableau
    4+ years Software Configuration Management
    3+ years Fuel Systems Design and Requirements Management in DOORS
    3+ years Detail Development, Design & Integration Engineering in CATIA/ENOVIA for Propulsion/Fuel, Hydraulic & Electrical Systems
    1+ years Research space rating new chemical (flame retardant) materials
    1+ years Propulsion Stress Analysis
    Masters in Astronautical Engineering at University of Southern California (USC) in 2011; concentration in Space Flight Orbital Mechanics Analysis, Space Physics, and Spacecraft Structures & Composites.
    +04 years Public Notary

    I have a strong interest in space exploration, wikis, 3D printing, data visualization and spatial integration and
    GIS.

    I am interested in opportunities of research and management in opportunities of systems engineering for testing, development, business strategy and customer service.

    During my undergraduate years I held two research internships in Space Physics and High Energy Particle Physics, as well as network analysis and massive scale computing.
    I'm very amicable, passionate, socially engaging, amusing and an excellent collaborator. I'm co-founder of the Cardboard Tube Fighting League-Seattle, an non-profit public and community organizing event. Through social media, I've helped expanded the ad-hoc group over the years to reach internationally in 6 countries. I've been featured in the Gothamist, Buzzfeed, Boingboing and AOL News.

    EXPERIENCE

    10/13/2013 - Present
    Boeing Commercial Aviation Services
    747-8 / 787 AirFleet Health Systems Monitor/Analyst (Airplane Doctor) & Software Sales at Boeing Commercial Airplanes
    747-8 / 787 Aircraft Health Systems Monitor
    Live 24/7 Systems Monitoring of Customer Operators. Aircraft performance analysis and data extraction calculated in Excel, R Language and Tableau. ($1M+ projects)
    Daily business intelligence status reporting to Directors and Upper Management.
    On-site airline customer software training and sales.
    My photos are on page 4, 28 & 29
    Boeing Frontiers - March 2014
    http://www.boeing.com/news/frontiers/archive/2014/march/#/4/
    http://www.boeing.com/news/frontiers/archive/2014/march/#/28/


    04/20/2009 - 10/13/2013
    Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Everett, WA
    787 Fuel and Wing Integration - Fuels & Propulsion Engineer
    Catia design work for intank system interfaces and structure.
    Four month rotation to 787 Production Integration Center (PIC) on loan to 787 Supply Chain Management, as Wings on-site support liaison procurement and quality engineering on emergent issues.
    787-8, -9 Wings & Fuels Cost Reduction Program focal

    03/14/2006 - 04/20/2009
    Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Everett, WA
    Flight Engineering - Fuels & Propulsion Engineer
    787 Fuel Systems/Nitrogen Generation Systems (Inerting Systems)
    Systems Integration Engineer, Catia Design, Enovia Manager, DOORS Requirements management.
    Fuel Systems & Propulsion Wiki Server Administrator and programmer.

    01/06/2006 - 04/13/2006
    Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Seattle, WA
    Propulsion Engine Build Up/Auxillary Power Unit /TRAS Stress Engineering Analyst/Scientist.
    Testing and Support for the 737, 747, 767 and 777 Powerplants.


    10/01/2004 - 08/15/2005: Student Research Assistant
    Space Physics Research Laboratory, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach FL
    Atmospheric Fourier Transform data analysis of Polar Michelson Interferometers and Coupled Capacitor Devices.
    The bulk of the programming analysis was conducted in Linux on IDL software and Matlab.
    Integrating data for inter-cooperative access amongst research sites.

    06/20/2004 - 08/20/2004: Summer Research Experience Undergrad (REU) Intern
    Space Physics Research Laboratory, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
    Analyze and troubleshooting research test equipment.
    Performed various tasks to fabricate, assemble, install, overhaul, test, and troubleshoot Electron Gun Development. Which was used as calibration and analysis for the Fast Imagining Plasma Spectrometer (FIPS) instrument on the NASA MESSENGER probe to the the planet Mercury. Calibration calculation and analysis were performed on IDL and Matlab.
    Experimental lab work on high vacuum systems to simulate space environment. Vacuum system consisted of operating mechanical pump, Liquid Nitrogen sorption pumps and Liquid Helium Cryopump.
    Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and NASA.

    06/20/2002 - 08/20/2002: Summer Internship in Science and Technology Intern
    US Department of Energy, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL
    Oracle Database Icicle Slow-Control Data Acquisition Programming for Collider
    Detector at FERMILAB (CDF) in Linux Cluster Serverside. Coding was done in
    AC++ and SQL. Acquired analytical programming skills with regard to high energy computing.


    CERTIFICATIONS
    Certifications
    GIS (Geographic Information System) - Maps and the Geospatial Revolution (Penn State University)
    Coursera May 2014 to May 2014
    R Language - Computing for Data Analysis (Johns Hopkins University)
    Coursera February 2014 to February 2014

    EDUCATION
    08/30/2007 - 12/21/2011: University of Southern California
    Masters Degree
    Major: Astronautical Engineering, Space Applications
    Courses
                 
                 USC ASTE 583 - Space Principles, Navigation, Guidance and Control:
    Matlab programming based course in Orbit determination problems. Perturbation Theory, Orbital Mechanics, Observation and Range least square error analysis. Matlab Programming.

                 USC ASTE 580 - Orbital Mechanics I:
    Matlab Programming, Kepler Equation, Kepler Orbital Elements, Classical Orbital Elements, Orbital Maneuvers, Orbital Transfers, Patched Conics, Interplanetary Mission Planning, Orbital Perturbations Theory

                 USC ASTE 520 - Spacecraft Design:
    Space Environment, Orbital Mechanics, Mission Geometry, Mission Design, Operation Reliability, Attitude Determination & Control, Propulsion, Launch Systems Communications, Link Budgets, Electrical Systems , Thermal Control, Structural Design

                 USC ASTE 535 - Space Environment and Spacecraft Interactions:
    Space Weather, Space Physics and Solar-Planetary Relationships, Planetary space environmental effects (neutral atmosphere, ionosphere physics), Radar system, Spacecraft Charging Solar Arrays
    Spacecraft Materials Selection, Radiation Environment and Effects, Surface Interactions, Dielectric Charging, Radiation Shielding, Micrometeoroid and orbital debris environment impacts and mitigation

                 USC ASTE 523 - Design of Low Cost Space Missions:
    Design-to-Cost Modeling, Trading on Requirements, Cost vs Reliability modes, Low Cost Modeling, Reliability and Large Margins Systems Engineering, Small Satellite solutions, Responsive Space Missions,  Cost Overruns and inflation

                 USC ASTE 554 - Spacecraft Sensors :
    Cost estimation, signal processing, noise reduction, filters, phased arrays, radars, optics, and radiometers, space operation, noise filtering, signal analysis, antenna design, GPS


    08/23/2005 - 06/01/2007: U of Tennessee - Knoxville, Tullahoma, TN
    Masters Degree
    Major: Aerospace Engineering
    Graduate Fellow.
    [On Sabbatical.]

    09/01/2000 - 05/07/2005: Embry Riddle Aero University, Daytona Beach, FL
    Bachelors Degree
    Major: Aerospace / Astronautical Engineering
    Minor: Mathematics

    Conducted extensive project and course work Aerodynamics, Aircraft
    Structures, Engine and Performance, Systems Engineering and Rocket Design.

    SKILLS
    R Language, RStudio, GIS Systems Engineering, DOORS, Satellite Took Kit, Patran/Nastran, SimION 7.0, IDL, C/C++, JAVA, Oracle, GNU/Redhat Linux, MatLab, Tecplot, Windows, Oracle SQL, NASTRAN, Microstation, AutoCAD, Catia, Kerberos, HTML, JavaScript, LabView, Microsoft Access

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    PUBLICATIONS:
    Http://sist.fnal.gov/archive/2002/ [Presentation]
    Http://sist.fnal.gov/archive/2002/PAPERS/Pierre/Pierre.html [Paper]
    Http://www.sprl.db.erau.edu/

    MEMBERSHIP:
    Amateur Radio Satellite (AMSAT) 2009
    Washington State Aerospace Scholar High School Mentor 2008
    Cardboard Tube Fighting League, Non Profit Organization, Seattle Co-founder 2007
    Royal Aeronautical Society 2008
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 2007
    National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) 2004
    SAE 2004
    ERAU Dean's List 2002
    Boeing NSBE Mentor Program Participant 2006 to Present

     


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