Date of birth: 09/18/1989, Nationality: French
Provide an engineering and operational support to spaceflight activities and insure successful space missions.
2014/2015 INTERNATIONAL SPACE UNIVERSITY (ISU), France, Strasbourg
Master of Science (MSc) in Space Studies
Electives: - Human health and performance in space
- Astronaut’s training and support
2008/2013 INSTITUT POLYTECHNIQUE DES SCIENCES AVANCEES (IPSA), France, Toulouse
Master + Bachelor degree in aerospace engineering
Electives: - Space projects management
- Space systems engineering
2007/2008 INSTITUT UNIVERSITAIRE TECHNOLOGIQUE (IUT SGM), France, Bordeaux
Two-year degree in Materials Sciences engineering
Elective: - Aerospace materials sciences
ESA – EUROPEAN ASTRONAUT CENTRE
02/2016 – 08/2016 (6 months)
ESA Junior Consultant, Space Medicine Office
Provide engineering, operational and managerial support to ESA medical projects. Support Medical Projects Engineer with preparation of a second in-flight evaluation of SkinSuit on ISS with the mission of Thomas Pesquet. In charge of the development of Crew Protective Socks project to adapt the concept to space requirements and implementation on future ESA manned missions.
ESA – EUROPEAN ASTRONAUT CENTRE
07/2015 – 12/2015 (6 months)
Trainee (ISU), Space Medicine Office
Engineering and operational support to ESA medical projects. Implementation of new technologies for the improvement of SkinSuit, a vertical compression garment. Identification of a physiological issue in space due to repetitive contacts and shocks with ISS handrails. Development of innovative socks with a medical polymer gel to protect astronauts’ feet in space. Implementation of Crew Protective Socks onboard the International Space Station for Tim Peake’s mission.
Engineering Conception Maintenance
09/2013 – 07/2014 (11 months)
Structural engineer, Aero structure department
Technical assistance within AIRBUS structural department for the A350 main landing gear bay structural analysis. Technical documentation writing for flight certification.
CNES – EUROPEAN SPACE PORT
French Guiana, Kourou
06/2011 – 07/2012 (13 months)
Trainee (IPSA) – Payload facilities and activities/customer support department
Coordination of payload operations before launch. Planning and monitoring of daily operational activities. Participation to lesson learned process to increment operations procedures and operational activities. Development and implementation of new procedures to improve European Space Port’s payload activities.
THALES ALENIA SPACE
06/2010 – 08/2010 (3 months)
Trainee (IPSA), Hyper frequencies department
Project manager assistant for payload assembly, integration and tests. Support project manager and AIT engineer in daily activities.
PROJECTS ACHIEVED in 2015
CNES Parabolic Flight, Scientific Experiment
Writing of technical documentation for experiment configuration and flight acceptance. Participation to in-flight measurements and data collection for scientific post treatment.
Human Space Flights life support and mission design
Quantification of medical events during Human spaceflight and proposed recommendations on mission design (crew training, spaceship design) to minimize effects of space environment on astronauts’ mission.
Conception of a manned spaceflight suit
Mission analysis and design of an innovative concept for manned spaceflight allowing 2 days in Low Earth Orbit. Writing of technical specifications with patent registration. An article is in review for a publication in Acta Astronautica.
Global water initiative
Intercultural, International and interdisciplinary team project, involving 24 students, to recommend space-based solutions for the global fresh water crisis. Specific focus on space ECLSS technology transfer to Earth applications. Project presented at the International Astronautical Conference (IAC 2015).
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
IT: Microsoft Office, Catia V5 R19, Solidworks, Gantt Project, Patran/Nastran, Matlab
Languages: Mother tong in French, fluent in English, good skills in Spanish, German and Russian in training
Hobbies: Paramotor and ULM pilot, Diving (PADI Rescue Diver degree), Golf (hcp 24) and Running.
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