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     Date Submitted:30-08-2016
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     Current job:Materials Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsMaterial Sciences Composite CFRP nanotube Airbus EADS Project Engineer Test
    CV

    M.Sc. Material Science International experience French – English – German

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Project Engineer, Faurecia GmbH, Munich, Germany (June 2014 – June 2016)

    Projects BMW SUV and Rolls-Royce in automotive seating department

    - Evaluated budget and associated schedule for engineering development, prototype and testing costs

    - Articulated the acquisition and negotiation of B2B contracts with the BMW Group Result: won sales award for BMW SUV - turnover of €250 Mio

     

    R&D Materials Engineer, EADS Innovation Works, Ottobrunn, Germany (March – October 2013) Development of carbon fibres composite (CFRP) using carbon nanotubes in order to increase electrical conductivity and damage tolerance for aerospace applications

    - Manufactured nanodoped laminates using Airbus-patented Vacuum Assisted Process ®

    - Designed an electrical conductivity measurement test procedure that was adopted as an Airbus-wide testing norm

    - Evaluated laminate properties and test procedure monitored with:
    - Interlaminar fracture toughness mode I (GIc) - AIRBUS norm AITM 1.0005
    - Interlaminar fracture toughness mode II (GIIc) - AIRBUS norm AITM 1.0006
    - Interlaminar shear strength – norm EN2563
    - Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) analysis
    - Digital Microscope Keyence VHX-500F
    - Carbon fibres layup preforming with a hydraulic press (WKP 8000 S Wickert press) - Three-roll calander (for effective dispersion of CNTs in the matrix)
    - Ultrasonic C-Scan
    - Water jet cutter
    - Hot/wet performance test
    - Electrical conductivity measurement

    Result: provided quality characteristics and technical data of nanodoped laminates for a conference paper* and distinction of the master thesis (grade 1,59)

    *Ballocchi, P., Fogel, M., Parlevliet, P., Walsh, R. (2013), “Enhancement of Electrical Conductivity of Aerospace Structures by Incorporation of CNT doped Carrier Materials into Dry Preforms" SAMPE 8th International Technical Conference & Forum, Wuppertal, Germany, September 11, 2014

    R&D Materials Engineer, NTNU University, Trondheim, Norway (July – September 2012) Studied use of natural gas in production of ferromanganese alloys (Bachelor thesis)

    - Determined the optimal process parameters (temperature, gas and gas flow) using an electrical induction furnace to produce ferromanganese alloys

    - Chemical and physical analysis of alloys produced

    EDUCATION

    Language School, Munich, Germany (2013 – Today)
    - Intensive German courses (20 hours per week)
    - Evening German courses (3 hours per week) B1 Certificate

    Master of Engineering (M.Sc.) - Engineering School ENSIACET, Toulouse, France (2013) Department of Materials Science & Engineering

    - Analytical, Theoretical, Organic & Inorganic Chemistry
    - Characterisation of Material Properties (alloy, polymer, ceramic and their composites)

    - Material Degradation & Material Science

    Academic exchange (M.Sc.), University of Malta, Msida, Malta (2012)

    - Material Selection for Aerospace Applications
    - Composites & Polymers Manufacturing

    Bachelor of Sciences (BS), Lycée Henri Wallon, Valenciennes, France (2010) Preparatory classes for entrance into National Engineering Schools Intensive courses in Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry

    Baccalauréat in Engineering Sciences with honours, Maubeuge, France (2008)

    Aviation Initiation Certificate with honours, La Salmagne Airport, France (2008)

    - Aerodynamics and flight mechanics

    - Meteorology
    - Flight regulations
    - Navigation and flight safety

    - History of aviation and space

    - Flight training on a Robin DR-400 (4-seat light aircraft)

    SKILLS & INTERESTS

    IT - Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint & basic knowledge of Python programming language

    Aviation - Flight training on a Robin DR-400 (4-seat light aircraft)

    Astrobiology - Certificate Coursera (MOOC) August 2015, University of Edinburgh, UK

    Scuba diving - Advanced PADI diver certificate, specialised in deep diving, navigation and underwater photography

    Photography with DSLR - Portfolio available on http://juliemonteil.crevado.com LANGUAGE SKILLS

    LANGUAGE

    French Native speaker

    English Full professional proficiency (C1, TOEFL 100/120)

    German Fluent – conversational level (B2)

    Spanish Beginner (studied for 5 years in high school)

    ACADEMIC WORK

    Material selection for space suit visor, University of Malta, 2012

    Determined performance index of different materials and established ranking using the numerical method WPM (Weighted Properties Method)

    Investigated material properties:
    - fracture toughness & impact resistance (IZOD test) from micrometeoroids - Solar ultraviolet & infrared radiation resistance
    - Heat resistance & operating temperature range

    Result: Polycarbonate has been selected. This material is widely used by the NASA.

    Glass fibre reinforced polymer for industry project, University of Malta, 2012

    Fabricated a symmetric laminate of woven roving 800 E-glass and isophthalic unsaturated polyester (polymer having a superior water resistance)

    Performed ultrasonic scanning (C-Scan), optical microscopy, tensile test and impact test (IZOD test) 

    PERSONAL PROFILE & MOBILITY

    Born in Fontenay-aux-Roses in France the 9th of May 1990 to a French father and a Belgian mother

    Driving licence
    Live in Munich since March 2013 and perfectly integrated
    Leader of humanitarian action for English & French language teaching in Kosgoda, Sri Lanka

     


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