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     Date Submitted:03-07-2016
     Last Modified:14-09-2016 (08:57)
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     Current job:Research Intern
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services,
     KeywordsProject Engineer, Management, System Engineer


    LIQUIFIER System Group, Vienna, Austria.                        September 2016 to November 2016

    Designation: Research Intern

    RegoLight Project (H2020 project)

    Core Responsibilities:

    To design and develop an interlock-able building element which can be 3D printed by solar sintering, utilizing only in-situ resources for a lunar base.

    Organize outreach activities for the RegoLight project


    Comex SA, Marseille, France.                                      June 2016 to August 2016

    Designation: Research Intern

    RegoLight Project (H2020 project)

    Core Responsibilities:

    Investigation of established missions scenarios and required lunar infrastructure.

    Development of specific scenarios and infrastructures for RegoLight project.

    Innovative applications for Solar Sintering on the Moon.


    AMMA – Online Renewable Energy Solution: Ongoing Start-up project                        May 2016

    Designation: Co-founder

    AMMA provides a one stop shop for consumers and businesses looking to take advantage of the vast amount of renewable energy sources that surround us.

    Achievement: Won best project award from Act-in Space regional competition.             


    Universal Near Space Platform (UNSP):               Ongoing Start-up project                  November 2015

    Designation: Co-founder

    UNSP aims to provide easy access to near space. UNSP is a persistent, high altitude platform enabling a spectrum of services due to its unique ability to maintain a fixed position over the Earth for extended periods of time.


    ICAD- Innovative Contractor for Advanced Dimensions                                                                       

    Designation: Assistant Manager - Airport Operational System               January 2014 to June 2015

    New KAIA Airport Project (7.2bn USD investment cost).

    Core Responsibilities:

    Worked on the “big picture” of the project from design review to optimization to system implementation and testing of the Airport Operational System’s consisting of AODB (Airport Operational DataBase), RMS (Resource Management System), BRS (Baggage Reconciliation System), EVIDS (Electronic Visual Information Display System), CUS (Common Use System) and Airport Systems Integration.

    Governed the implementation process of the Airport Operational System package.

    Supply chain management between subcontractor and client.


    Optimized the Airport Operational system package by conducting a detailed study on airport operation flow.

    Recipient of achievement award for excellent performance for the year 2014.


    ICAD- Innovative Contractor for Advanced Dimensions

    Designation: Airport Operational System Engineer                         August 2012 to December 2013

    Core Responsibilities:

    Reviewed and evaluated Project submittals – Pre-qualification, project schedule and Interface Control documents, System configuration documents, Design Method Statement, Inspection & Test plan and Testing & Commissioning Document.

    System co-ordination with sub-contractor and vendors such as SITA, LG, Daktronics, Safran (Morpho) and Aoptix.


    Recipient of achievement award for outstanding service in Team Co-operation for the year 2013.


    International Space University, Strasbourg, France.

    Master of Science in Space Studies (MSS), 2015 - 2016.


    ISU Team Project : Lunar Hathor (Lunar Drilling Mission)

    Role: Team Lead for the science team; core member of the engineering team.

    Luna Hathor developed a framework for future international space mission collaborations and assess the scientific and technological aspects of a deep drilling mission to the Moon.

    Individual Thesis : Propulsion System for High Altitude Platform

    Developed a propeller capable of effectively operating at high altitude/ near vacuum atmosphere.

    Notable Mini-Projects: CubeSat Atmospheric Re-entry Experiment (CARE) Mission Design, Space Autonomy on Space Emerging Countries: Venezuela and Remote Sensing/Ground Truthing on Mont Sainte Odile.


    Hindustan University, Chennai, India.

    Bachelors of Engineering in Aeronautics, 2008 – 2012

    Final year Project: 3D Spacer Fabric Composite Material

    ·       Team Project: Mid-Range Subsonic Passenger Aircraft



    System Engineering and Project Management, from three years of work experience.

    Entrepreneur Resources Planning Software such as Airport Management Software.

    Professional Tools: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project Management.

    Engineering Software: AutoCAD, SoildWorks, SoildEdge, MASTER and STK (Intermediate level).

    Simulation Software: XFOIL, XFLR5, QBlade and JBlade.



    Cadet Sergeant of 1 TN Air Squadron National Cadet Corps drill squad and winner of IGC 2008 held by Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman & Nicobar Directorates.

    Gold medal in marathon held at CATC 2008 conducted by 1 TN Air Squadron NCC.

    Volunteer of, a social welfare organization.

    Volunteer for Albedo 2010 & Albedo 2011, an aerospace symposium conducted by Hindustan University.

    Bronze medal in 400m track in Dr. K.C.G. Verghese Memorial tournament.

    Bronze medal in 400m x 400m relay in Dr. K.C.G. Verghese Memorial tournament.

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