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     Date Submitted:29-07-2016
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     Current job:Aerospace engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsRadionavigation Astrodynamics Astronomy Astrophysics Aerospace science and technology Telecommunications Electronics C++ MATLAB GNSS Fortran
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    Personal Data: 07/07/1985, spanish, single.

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

    Feb. 2017 -  Aug. 2017

    CRISA (an AIRBUS GROUP Company)

    MADRID, SPAIN

    On behalf of ALTEN Technology, I develop the tasks of an analog electrical design engineer in CRISA (an AIRBUS GROUP Company) in the scope of the OneWeb project. I had the follownig responsabilites:

    Design (generation of LTspice schematics, comparative of the different solutions and justification of the final design)

    Modeling and simulation of the different circuits through the schematics, performing WCA and PSA. Component drifts, ageing and radiation considered. Power Budget and nominal transfer functions. Data analysis for each performance.

    Preparation of the lab work for the different devices and technical documentation

    Feb. 2016 -  Oct. 2016

    SENER Systems & Engineering

    BCN, SPAIN

    Aerospace engineer at the electronics and astronomy department.

    Design and test electronic stages for JUICE, ESA satellite who will make detailed observations of Jupiter and his moons.

    Electronic design for an ammonium analyzer test in microgravity environment. Lab experience.

    Software development for MARES, payload on the ISS Columbus, for the study of the muscular atrophy in microgravity environments.

    Developing of technical documentation notes in scientific environment. 

    Sep. 2014 – Feb. 2016

    Accenture Outsourcing Services

    BCN, SPAIN

    SAP BASIS consultant and technical support assistant.  Responsible for the management of the SAP environment. Other responsibilities were configuring, monitoring, tuning, and troubleshooting the SAP technical environment on an ongoing basis as well as scheduling and executing the SAP transport system.

    SAP system administration (users, RFC, etc.).

    Generation of different report for the clients (DB status, projects, etc.).

    Transports management.

    Solution in case of system failures.

    Ene. 2014 -  Ago. 2014

    F-INICIATIVAS.  TIC Junior Consultant

    BCN, SPAIN

    TIC consultant at F-INICIATIVAS giving support to the client to achieve the R&D deductions in TIC projects.

    Analysis of the activity on the different projects done by the client in the fiscal year of interest

    Identify further R&D and Environment that could fit in the deduction plans for our clients.

    Quantify and analyze the costs associated with each new project identified.

    Document technically the R&D and Environmental projects of the customers that are eligible for financing.

    Ene. 2013 -  Jun. 2013

    ZURICH FINANCIAL SERVICES. Techincal Support

    BCN, SPAIN

    Technical Support engineer at INFOSWISS, responsible to solve basic technical problems and provide support for all assigned areas.

    Helpdesk service through JIRA platform of the different request of the client.

    Formation through SOPs (Standard Operational Procedures) of the different ways to solve a request in different platforms (AS400, GAD, …)

    Implementation of different IT project using different programming languages (Visual Basic, Perl, Java, …) 

    Ene. 2012 -  Nov. 2012

    UPC. Mobile Communications Research Group

    BCN, SPAIN

    Using a wireless network design and optimization platform (ATOLL), has been conducted a study about the impact of the LTE technology in an urban environment.

    Study of the relevant system parameters (throughput, signal level, C+I level, intracellular interferences, …)

    Resources optimization in terms of capacity, demand and saturation of the system.

    Iterative optimization in the model base on the real characteristics of the urban environment (cartography, railways, population density, etc.).

     

     

    EDUCATION:

    Sept. 15 – Jun. 16

    Universidad Internacional Valencia

    Master en Astronomía y Astrofísica

    The VIU  MSc. on Astronomy and Astrophysics has the main purpose of introduce and instruct in the different areas of Astronomy and Astrophysics environment, to give the basic tools to the student to perform any kind of research on the different fields proposed. It also provides knowledge on current topics of contemporary astronomy, both in relation to the constituents of the universe, as the latest observational techniques used in space exploration. Learninship with real data from ESA and NASA missions.

    Main subjects: Classic astronomy, Astronomy communications basics, Solar system, Exoplanets and astrobiology, virtual observatory, Astronomical data analysis, Stellar astrophysics, Extragalactic astrophysics, Cosmology, IR and optical astrophysics, Radioastronomy, High energy astrophysics and a practical session with real data obtained from the observatory of Aras de los Olmos to perform a real case study end to end.

    Sept. 15

    ESA/Joint Resource Center

    GNSS Summer School

    The objective of this Summer School is to provide a comprehensive overview on satellite navigation, starting from the GNSS system, its signals, the processing of the observations in a receiver and finally determining the position-navigation-time (PNT) solution.

    Lab work will be carried on with different examples of GNSS signals, in addition, they were thought lectures on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Patents as well as on business aspects.

    Development of a group project using innovative ideas and covering all aspects from the idea, business plan, technical realisation till the marketing of the product or the service.

    Sept. 14 – Jun 16

    Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya

    Master in Aerospace Science and Technology

    Master's degree in Aerospace Science and Technology provides advanced training in the sciences and technology that are currently most widely used and applied in the fields of aeronautics and space exploration.

    Main subjects: space systems engineering, numerical methods, aerospace materials, fundamentals of aerospace engineering, analog and signal processing and aerospace seminars.

    Optative subjects: astrodynamics, architecture of nano and pico satellites, test and isntrumentation of aerospace applications, nanotechnology for space applications, life support system for space and unmanned aerieal vehicles.

    Sept. 06 – Feb. 14

    Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya

    Telecommunications Engineering. Communications.

     

    AWARDS:

    December 2015                  ESA Moon Challenge (2nd Prize)

    The ESA Moon Challenge was an International Student Contest that focuses on human-robotic partnership for lunar exploration. The European Space Agency invited university students from across the world to participate in the challenge as part of the Symposium Moon 2020-2030: A new Era of Human and Robotic Exploration.

    ESA Moon Challenge teams was an opportunity to build a collaboration team with students from three different continents with the aim to design a mission scenario and operational concept for ESA's HERACLES study, Human-Enhanced Robotic Architecture and Capabilities for Lunar Exploration and Science. The architecture framework defines a series of end-to-end missions to the lunar surface, and serves both as inspiration and as a set of primary constraints for the teams.

     

    LANGUAGES

      Spanish, Catalan: Nativ.

      English: Advanced conversation and business level.

    IT

    Microsoft Office: Advanced user level.

    Auto-Cad: advanced user level.

    Matlab: medium user level.

    Atoll: Advanced user.

    Labview: advanced user level.

    Cadence: advanced user.

    C++: advanced user level.

    Linux: advanced user level.

    SAP: advanced user level.

    Fortran: medium user level.

    JAVA: medium user level.

    LTspice: advanced user level.

     

    OTHER INFORMATION

      Driving license. Own vehicle.

      Head of Sport Deparment in the Colegio Mayor Ayete of San Sebastián (2003-2006).

      Youth team coach in the FCF (Federació Catalana de Futbol).

      Volunteering on the Negros island (Philippines) in 2009 months of July and August. Assist in the medical management of the hospital and support in the sport activities center.

      Head editor of www.septimacaja.com. Experience in writing and editing magazine articles about actual TV shows and movies.

     


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