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     Date Submitted:09-08-2016
     Last Modified:14-04-2017 (07:06)
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services


    “I am interested in how we can integrate technology into our everyday lives to inspire next generation of aerospace engineering which allows me to utilize my academic & research skills, and give me an opportunity to learn, contribute and excel with the global leaders in aerospace, defence and related services.”

    WORK EXPERIENCE                        

    Research Assistant (February 2016 – October 2016)

    Thales Alenia Space, Italia –S.p.A

    Strada Antica di Collegno, 253, 10146 Torino (Italy).

    Worked on the master thesis project on the topic, “Multi-disciplinary design optimisation of a re-entry vehicle for the Earth return service from the ISS”.Developed an automatized design process for the integration of the design disciplines of re-entry vehicle on a common platform. The design process is integrated in the optimization framework for the shape and the trajectory optimization of a lifting body and derived solutions compliant with the given mission and system requirements.

    Technical Engineer and Crew Member of Rocket Launch (December 2014 – Jan 2016)

    Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering (DARE), the Netherlands

    Stevinweg 1, 2628CN Delft, the Netherlands.

    Made a sounding rocket (Stratos 2+) with payload carrying capacity. Technical engineer of capsule and recovery system group within the team. Responsibilities: Assist in manufacturing the capsule parts, verification tests, system functional analysis and integration of the system, write procedure checklist, assist the team during the rocket launch operations. It was launched from INTA Spain on 16th October 2015, which created an European amateur rocketry altitude record.

    Research Assistant (Co-op) (February 2014 -  July 2014)

    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany

    Lilienthalphl 7, 38108 Braunschweig, Germany.

    Responsiblilties: Assist the supervisor/team to perform the numerical panel flutter analysis of rocket launcher, develop a structured mesh for different boundary layer thickness using MegaCads, then analyse the deflection of the panel at subsonic and transonic inviscid flow conditions using DLR TAU code an aerodynamic solver and structural dynamics solver to solve the von-karman equation to compute the unsteady deformation of the structure, perform a comparative analysis of the results.

    Research Assistant (Co-op) (August 2013 - January 2014)

    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Hamburg, Germany

    Blohmstrase 18, 21079 Hamburg, Germany.

    Responsibilities: Multidisciplinary analysis of A320, using the DLR collaborative design environment with the centralized model CPACS and a set of heterogeneous disciplinary tools. Assist the supervisor/team to develop/validate mass-estimation tool for blended wingbody aircraft using Matlab and integrate the tool in the tool chain, perform the feasibility study of blended wing body configuration using the design process.           

    Team leader (August 2010 - January 2013)

    SRM Aerospace Engineering, INDIA

    SRM Nagar, Kattankulathur, Kancheepuram District, Chennai, India.

    As the team leader, I organized the multidisciplinary teams for extra-curricular research projects, defined the mission and system requirements and found innovative solutions through brainstorming sessions, and ensured that all design disciplines meet the requirements. Came-up with an innovative design configuration, developed the mass-estimation module and performed aerodynamamic/aerothermodynamic performance. Addionally assisted other design disciplines as system engineer. The following three projects successively received awards:

    Eco-friendly passenger aircraft design project for NASA Green Aviation Competition (2010-11).

    Represented the team and presented the design at NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC), Virginia, USA.

    Participated in the LaRC research facilities tour, (15th -17th November 2011).

    Eco-friendly unmanned cargo aircraft design project for NASA Green Aviation Competition (2011-12).

    3rd rank at international level (foreign division).

    NASA published the abstract on their official website (

    Re-usable space vehicle design with advance launching mechanism and business plan (space tourism) project for AIAA undergraduate space transportation design competition (2011-12).


    University: Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), the Netherlands

    Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering (Space Exploration Track) (2014-2017)

    Space System Engineering, Space Mechatronics, Multidisciplinary Design Optimisation, Aircraft Performance & Optimisation, Re-entry Systems, Rocket Motion, Microsatellite System, Satellite Data Processing, Mission Geometry & Orbit Design, Astrodynamics, Planetary Science.

    Master Thesis: “Multi-disciplinary Design Optimisation of a re-entry vehicle for the Earth return service from the ISS”, performed at Thales Alenia Space, Italia –S.p.A.

    University: SRM University, Chennai, India

    Bachelor of Technology in Aerospace Engineering, (2009-13)

    Aerodynamics, Flight Dynamics, Aerospace Structures, Material Science, Propulsion, Rockets & Missiles, Space Technology, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Mechanics of Solid, Machines and Mechanism, Avionics, Mathematics, Numberical Methods, German language.

    Bachelor’s Thesis: “Aerodynamic performance & experimental validation of blended wing body (BWB) aircraft and dolphin shaped leading fuselage, canard configuration of BWB design”, performed at SRM University, India.


    Developing a space mechatronic system using Arduino micro-controller, TU Delft (December 2016).

    Developing a 3DoF trajectory simulator using Simulink to analyse the different re-entry trajectories,TU Delft (December 2016).

    Numerical practical for precise orbit determination of LEO satellites using GHOST software, TU-Delft (November 2015).

    Multi-disciplinary Design Optimisation (MDO) of aircraft wing group project, TU-Delft (November 2015).

    Designing a space mission to Triton for planetary science group project, TU-Delft (June 2015).

    Designing a multi satellite cubesat mission for microsatellite engineering group project, TU-Delft (June 2015).


    Space Mission to Triton

    Poster presentation of academic project at European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC), Noordwijk, the Netherlands and participated in ESTEC facility tour, (19th June 2015).

    Eco-friendly Aircraft Design -

    Presented the award wining design at the forum held at NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC), USA (15th -17th November 2011).

    Advanced HEX Turbofan Engine

    Presented at conference of aerospace and mechanical engineering (ICMAE), Paris, France (7th -8th July 2012).

    Published in the applied mechanics and material vol. 232 (2012) pp 797-802 Trans Tech Publication, Switzerland.

    Advanced Space Launching Mechanism

    Presented at conference of aerospace and mechanical engineering (ICMAE), Paris, France (7th -8th July 2012).

    Published in the applied mechanics and material vol. 232 (2012) pp 322-326 Trans Tech Publication, Switzerland.





















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    Takes responsibility for getting the job done, meeting challenging deadlines.

    Controls pressured situations in calm and effective manner.

    Works speedily with high precession & accuracy.

    Never give-up attitude.

    Communication, teamwork & leadership skills.




    Prorgamming: Matlab and Simulink, C, C ++, Python and Java.

    Data Modeling/Exchange: XML, CPACS, SysML

    Solid Modeling and Mesh: CATIA V5, Pointwise

    CFD Simulation: CFD, TAU Code (DLR)

    Operating System: Windows and Linux.

    Design framework: Dakota and RCE.

    Orbit determination: GHOST

    Documentation: Latex


    Enjoy swimming, playing guitar and love to travel and experience different cultures.


    Uncha Maza Zoka Award 2015 - Zee Marathi Television, INDIA.

    Young Outstanding Girls Award 2014 - Rotary International, INDIA.

    Tejaswini Award 2013 – ICON Foundation, INDIA.

    Young Scientist Award 2012 - Governor of Maharashtra, INDIA.

    European amateur rocketry altitude record of Stratos 2+ sounding rocket 2015, DARE team, the Netherlands.

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