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A decision on a new launch date for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, and announcement of any potential breach of its $8 billion cost cap, could come next week, an agency official said March 20.
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A letter signed by more than 60 House members calls on the Senate to advance the stalled nomination of fellow congressman Jim Bridenstine to be NASA administrator.
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     Date Submitted:12-07-2016
     Last Modified:06-03-2017 (08:33)
    Job information
     Current job:Doctoral Researcher
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Operators, , , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAble to adapt myself to news environments, Cooperative and Responsible, Independent and Innovative Thinking. Copernicus, Time Series Analysis, Earth Observation, satellite, Optical, Radar Sensor. Water &Forest monitoring, Environmmental studies, R&D

    - 2014 - 2017: PhD studies, Remote Sensing: Time Series Analysis Using High Resolution Multispectral Optical and Radar SAR Images, Ecole Doctorale SICMA – Télécom Bretagne. France (Scholar of ANRT - CIFRE)

    - 2012 - 2013: MSc. Earth Observation and Geomatics, University of Strasbourg. France.

    - 2011 - 2012: Civil Engineering student – Master 2, INSA Strasbourg. France. Academic mobility with Industrial University of Santander (UIS), Colombia.

    - 2006 - 2012: Civil Engineer, Industrial University of Santander. Bucaramanga. Colombia.

    - 2005: Diploma in studies of Geographic information systems, Industrial University of Santander. Bucaramanga. Colombia (Scholar)

    - May 2014 to present: Doctoral Research at CS, Information Systems – Télécom Bretagne.
    Scientific research: “Time Series Analysis Using HR Multispectral Optical and Radar SAR Images”

    - March 2013 – September 2013: CNES (French Space Agency) Internship of 6 months in the frame of the Master 2 Earth Observation and Geomatics. University of Strasbourg – France.
    Scientific research: "Using space data to track malaria in Guyana". Working unit: DSP/TEC CNES.

    - March 2012 - December 2012: Internship at SERTIT (SErvice Régional de Traitement d’Image et de Télédétection), Strasbourg – France, in the frame of the Master 2 Civil Engineering. INSA Strasbourg and Industrial University of Santander.
    Modelisation GIS of environmental and societal indicators from very high resolution remote sensing data in the frame of the epidemiologic project « EEOS Malaria » (CNES's financial resources).

    - March 2008 – December 2010: Engineering assistant, Civil engineering department - Universidad Industrial de Santander. UIS. Bucaramanga.
    Coordination of work groups in the design of highways.

    - September 2005 – February 2008: Technician in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Public health observatory of Santander. Bucaramanga
    Planning, development and creation of maps for the epidemiological monitoring system of Santander and issues related to the health of the department of Santander.

    - March 2005 – August 2005: Engineering assistant, Research group of Geomatics, Civil Engineering department - Universidad Industrial de Santander. UIS. Bucaramanga.
    Coordination of the work group for the forest inventory of the project entitled “Metrolinea”.

    - 2007: Course in Geographic information Management, Geographic Institute Agustín Codazzi. Bucaramanga. (Scholar)

    - Information Technology skills: SNAP ESA Toolbox, Orfeo Toolbox CNES, NEST ESA Toolbox, PolSARpro, ArcGIS 10, ENVI (EX, 5), ERDAS 9.3, Autocad, Acces, Python, SQL, IDL, C, Microsoft Office, Staroffice, Fireworks.

    - Personal skills: Able to adapt myself to news environments, Cooperative and Responsible, Independent and Innovative Thinking.

    - Promote Science and Space Technology : @ScienceAndSpace (Twitter)

    - Award design for the creation of the XV National Congress of UIS graduates. Universidad Industrial de Santander. ASEDUIS. 2002.

    - Interests: Climbing, science, space activities, innovation, astronomy, music, literature, cultures.

    - French: advanced C1, English: level B1, Spanish (mother tongue), notions of Italian.

    Perez Saavedra L.M., Mercier G., Yesou H., Liège F., Pasero G. (2016) Change Detection Processing Chain Dedicated to Sentinel Data Time Series. Application to Forest and Water Bodies Monitoring. ESA Living Planet 2016. Prague, Czech Republic.

    Perez Saavedra L-M. (2013) (Confidential Project CNES). Using space data to track malaria in Guyana. Strasbourg: University of Strasbourg, Final Project.

    Perez Saavedra L-M. (2012) (Confidential Project CNES). Modélisation sous SIG d’indicateurs environnementaux et sociétaux à partir d’imagerie satellite très haute résolution. « Automatisation et industrialisation du projet d’épidémiologie EEOS Malaria ». Strasbourg: INSA of Strasbourg, Final Project UIS Colombia, civil engineering Faculty.

    Allain-Moulet M., Souillé G., Guzzonato E., Canals A., Perez Saavedra L.M. (2016) Big Data Analytics for Data Earth Observation. Poster at 2016 Conference on Big Data from Space –BiDS’16. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain.

    Uribe C, Huber C, Lafaye M, Marié T, Vignolles C, Pérez L-M, Yesou H, Maxant J. (2013) Exploitation of HR and VHR data for epidemiological studies: case of urban malaria in Western Africa and bilharzias. Poster at 33rd EARSeL Symposium. P.R. of China.

    Production of Cartography and statistics for Public Health in the revue of the Public Health Observatory of Santander (Colombia):

    - Morbidity indicators in Santander (2007) year 3, Number 2 - ISSN 1909 - 1052 - 2007. (1000 exemplars). Colombia

    - Maternal mortality in Santander, 2004 - 2007. (2007). year 2, Number 2 - ISSN 1909 - 1044 - 2007. Colombia

    - Health Diagnostics in Santander (2006). year 2, Number 2 - ISSN 1909 - 1052 - 2006. (1000 exemplars). Colombia

    - Profile of morbidity and mortality in Santander (2006) year 2, Number 3 - ISSN 1909 - 1052 - 2006. Colombia

    - Morbidity indicators in Santander (2006) year 2, Number 2 - ISSN 1909 - 1052 - 2006. (1000 exemplars). Colombia

    - Morbidity indicators in Santander (2005) year 1, Number 2 - ISSN 1909 - 1052 - 2005. (1000 exemplars). Colombia

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