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     Date Submitted:20-09-2016
     Last Modified:10-11-2016 (04:35)
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     Current job:Analyst
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately


    Citizen Scientist Astronaut Candidate at PHeNOM Project (Physiological, Health, and Environmental Observations in Microgravity), SeaSpace Exploration & Research Society Inc.
         April 2016 – Present, USA 

    The mission of the PHEnOM Project is to serve as a leading catalyst for opening the commercial spaceflight industry and the opportunities it affords for engaging in innovative, ground-breaking research in the areas of health and human performance, pharmacology, materials science, engineering, countermeasures, and atmospheric and physical sciences, through the use of citizen scientists. 

    •    CITI Biomedical.& SBE Certification
    •    Amateur Radio
    •    Life Support Systems
    •    Biomedical Monitoring Systems
    •    Water Survival & Emergency Egress
    •    Leadership 
    •    First responder
    •    Analog Habitat Mission: Team Building & Cohesion
    •    Spaceflight Mission simulation
    •    Project management
    •    Language Training: Russian and Spanish

           Scientist-Astronaut Candidate (Polar Suborbital Science in the Upper Mesosphere) POSSUM 
                  April 2016 – Present, Florida, USA

    Astronaut Candidate for Project PoSSUM's Suborbital Mission supported by NASA's Flight Opportunities Program.Trained in the following areas to conduct experiments aboard suborbital spacecraft:

    •    The Mesosphere Environment
    •    Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
    •    Remote Sensing and Aerospace Cinematography
    •    Spaceflight Simulation and Operations
    •    Hypoxia Awareness and Mitigation
    •    Spacesuit Operations
    •    High-G Analog and Mitigation Methods
    •    Aerospace Physiology
    •    Life Support Systems
    •    Celestial Navigation
    •    Science Communication and Public Outreach

    Mars One Astronaut Candidate at Mars One
    2013 – Present, Global

    Some example of interviews, article and talks I did related to Mars One:

    1.    Romanian Radio Station:
    2.    Romanian TV  Show:
    3.    Radio Show in Canada: The Edge 102.1:
    4.    Short documentary in Canada:
    5.    Marie Claire Hungary article –copy can be provided upon request

    Business/System/Data/Intelligence Analyst at Hostopia a Deluxe Company
    May 2012 - Present, Toronto, Canada

    •    Gather requirements and requirements analysis
    •    Writing Use Cases and applying UML modeling techniques
    •    Writing functional and technical specifications.
    •    Developing in house tools and processes for automation and optimization purposes
    •    Working with offshore teams of programmers and quality assurance teams for solution development and deployment
    •    Design and implement processes and policies for system optimization
    •    Business Continuity Plan – create and implement
    •    Managing and responding to RFI (Request for Information) and RFP (Request for Proposal)
    •    Creating reports using Datameer tool
    •    Process and tools integration among new acquisitions
    •    Governance for new company acquisitions – integration, standardization and centralization across all entities both in terms of products as well as processes.
    •    Risk assessments and audits. Working with auditors to provide artifacts and create and implement recommended process improvements.
    •    Partner and vendor contract reviews
    •    KPI reports for vendor performance, development and QA 
    •    Compliance by Design assessment and process implementation  - data security and access process 
    •    SRED (Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Incentive Program) – gather project details and submit request for SRED.
    •    Working in a high pressure and tight deadline environment 
    •    Working with high profile clients (telecoms) across the globe 
    •    For big projects I take part in all parts of a project from start to finish - contract level, scope definition, requirements gathering, functional and technical specification solution, development, integration, quality assurance and deployment 
    •    Worked on overseeing that Wed Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is being implemented across our applications 
    •    Working with our security department in defining data security management and access processes as well as disaster recovery plans.
    •    Software product experience – agile and waterfall
    •    Working with cross functional teams - including Sales, Product, development, QA Marketing - to provide inputs on training, product features, development and product rollout.
    Suborbital Space Scientist at NASTAR Center
    March 2012, Philadelphia, USA

    •    Aerospace Environment
    •    Space Vehicles & Flight
    •    Motion Environment & Orientation
    •    Acceleration Forces
    •    G-LOC Characteristics and Prevention
    •    Anti-G Straining Maneuvers
    •    Space Experience
    •    Physiological and Psychological Effects
    •    G Protection, Countermeasures & Skills
    •    Space Safety and Emergency Procedures
    •    Maximizing your Spaceflight Experience
    •    G-Tolerance Flights and Simulated Space Flights in Phoenix Centrifuge
    •    Hypobaric Training - Altitude Chamber Flight simulation

    Founder and Owner of OmniGlobalTranslations - Translation Company
    2011 – 2012, Toronto, Canada

    Senior Technical Document Specialist at Hostopia a Deluxe Company
    November 2008 - May 2012, Toronto, Canada

    •    Writing functional and technical specifications.
    •    Requirements analysis
    •    Working at Vodafone Group Headquarters (UK) office – 3 weeks
    •    Drafting and writing operational procedures and policies
    •    Collecting and creating RFP (Request for Proposal) response materials for the R & D / Administration
    •    departments
    •    Effectively managing translations across all system applications
    •    Assist in generating collateral marketing and training material for new products
    •    Identify and track projects which qualify for the SR&ED (Scientific Research and Experimental
    •    Development),
    •    Manage and collaborate with remote counterpart - Ukraine
    •    Writing, editing, and updating user guide material.
    •    Managing and executing maintenance notifications to partners
    •    Writing release notifications for transmission to our end-users and business partners

    NASA-JPL Life detection and Sample Handling Technologies Department 
    May 2007 - September 2007, California, USA

    •    Conducted extensive research into working with microcontrollers focusing on developing a low-cost and light-weight instrument used in determining and analyzing the relationship between instantaneous wind field and the ambient environment in the region of Antarctic. The project was developed with respect to the issue of global warming and more precisely it was designed to determine the role of Antarctica in the global climate system. It sought to determine typical paths of continental air that passes South Pole and obtain valuable insight into the relationship between events on Antarctica and the meteorology of sub-polar altitudes
    •    Hardware integration and configuration, software programming, mechanical design of the instrument and
    •    Conducted testing and configuration of Iridium modems using SatTerm software for configuration and usage 
    •    Developed software in PBasic and worked with Basic Stamp
    •    Successfully performed hardware integration for the Polar Traverse Rover
    •    Modem integration and configuration, software programming, mechanical design of the instrument and testing


    Master of Space Science Studies (M.Sc.), 2006-2007
    International Space University, Strasbourg, FRANCE
    •    Specialization in Space Science
    •    Courses with focus on Space Systems Engineering, Space Physiology, Orbital Mechanics, Policy and Law in Space Sector and Remote Sensing

    Courses in Computers 2003-2006
    Trent University, Peterborough, ON., CANADA
    •    Pursued courses in Computer Science, in order to extend my knowledge in computer systems and programming. 
    •    Course: Advanced systems, Theory of Computation, Software Engineering with C/C++, Programming methodologies, Visual programming techniques, Artificial Intelligence and Computer organization.

    Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), with Honors. Mathematics 1999-2003
    Trent University, Peterborough, ON., CANADA


    English - Fluent
    Romanian - Fluent
    Hungarian - Fluent
    Russian – Beginner Level 1 (1 of 3) Certificate (HANSA Language School Toronto). Currently studying to become proficient. 
    French – Intermediate level
    German –Intermediate level
    Italian – Elementary level

    CERTIFICATION & AWARDS                                         

    Private Pilot Licence - Student Pilot, Transport Canada

    Restricted Operator Certificate - Aeronautical (ROC-A), Industry Canada

    Basic Amateur Radio Certificate – Call Sign: VA3ZUP, Industry Canada

    Monitoring Climate from Space Certificate, European Space Agency and FutureLearn

    Suborbital Space Scientist, NASTAR Center

    Scientist-Astronaut Candidate, POSSUM Project

    NASA Tech Brief Award for New Technology - Polar Traverse Rover

    Full Scholarship: Awarded by the European Space Agency and International Space University to pursue Master’s Degree

    FAA Class III Medical Certificate

    Canadian Class III Medical Certificate

    First Sport Parachute Jump Certificate, Skydive Toronto Inc.

    Emergency First Aid CPR/AED Level C, Canada Red Cross

    Business Analysis Certified Professional, Learning Tree International

    ATV Safety E-Course, ATV Safety Institute

    Part 107 Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS), FAA Safety


    Aug 30, 2007: Iridium modem capabilities and scientific instruments: Tumbleweed and Polar Traverse Rover (Individual project at NASA-JPL, California USA and International Space University, Strasbourg, France)

    May 1, 2007: Full Moon: Storage and Delivery of Oxygen and Hydrogen for Lunar Exploration (Team project at the International Space University, Strasbourg FRANCE)

    Oct.1, 2008: Polar Traverse Rover: A Novel, Low Cost Instrument to Depict Antarctic/Arctic Surface Wind Characteristics (NASA Tech Brief Magazine, California USA)


    2012 Air & Space Magazine - Membership
    2011 TED.COM - Member
    2011 Astronauts4hire Organization - Associate Member


    Analysis, Technical Writing, Business Analysis, Management, MS Project,Research, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Requirement Specifications, Functional Specifications, Use Case, Use Case Diagrams, Systems Analysis, Datameer, Visio, Sharepoint


    Flying, traveling, everything that has to do with space, cartoons, skiing, chess

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