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     Date Submitted:27-09-2016
     Last Modified:08-09-2017 (03:50)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsLaunchers, Vega, Propulsion, Fortran, Python, Ecosim Pro, UPC, ESA, Sapienza, ELV, Avio

    Relevant work experience

    Verdisseny SL (May 2016 - Present) Product Handling. Analyzing data, process optimization, hardware and equipment commissioning.

    ELV (European Launch Vehicle) (Jul 2015 – Dec 2015) Aerospace. Launchers research, development and exploitation. Developing a Monte Carlo tool for separation analyses and helping the company by carrying out separation risk analyses for next missions and new Vega family launchers.

    Applus Laboratories (Jan 2014 - Nov 2014) Aerospace testing and aerospace test benches developer. Test & Embedded Systems Engineer Developing test and test bench projects for aerospace companies.

    UPC WikiSat Project (Sep 2012 - Sep 2013) Aerospace, satellite and rocket design Team member of WikiSat project Satellite and rocket design.

    UPC EETAC (Sep 2011 - Jul 2012) Applied Physics Department Granted student in Applied Physics Department Teacher’s work assistant

    Filservis SL (Jul - Aug, 2007-2008-2009) Metallic wiring and fences handling and distribution. Technician/labourer. In charge of cable reel machines and pole fence assembling.



    La Sapienza (Facoltà di Ingegneria Aerospaziale) (Nov 2014 - Dec 2015) Second level Master degree in Space Transportation Systems

    UPC (Polytechnic University Catalonia), EETAC (Sep 2011 - Jul 2014) Master degree in Aerospace Science and Technology

    UPC (Polytechnic University Catalonia), EETAC (Sep 2006 - Jul 2011) Bachelor's degree in Technical Aeronautical Engineer specialized in air navigation systems


    Professional training

    Training Course on Concurrent Design (May 2015)
    ESA/ESTEC - Noordwijk, Netherlands.

    Training Course Aerothermodynamics of Supersonic Flows (May 2015)
    Von Karman Institute - Waterloo, Belgium.

    Training Course GNC Intensive Program Week (May 2015)
    CNES - Paris, France.

    Training Course EcosimPro and the ESPSS Library (March 2015)
    “La Sapienza” University of Rome, Rome.



    English: Very good. Studied and worked in English environment.

    Spanish: Native

    Catalan: Mother tongue

    Italian: Able to communicate and work with it

    French: Basic notions

    Russian: A2/B1


    Relevant Technical Skills

    Acquainted knowledge in Fortran, Matlab, Python (Numpy, Scipy, Matplotlib), solid modelling software Solid Edge, solid modelling and fluid simulation software SolidWorks, SPENVIS (Space Environment Information System). Familiar with C, Visual Basic, EcosimPro, Nastran, Patran, electric circuit simulator PSpice, National Instruments LabView, Catia, EAGLE, Satellite Tool Kit and EPLAN.
    Others: Microsoft Office, Moodle and HTML programming.
    Machinery skills: milling and welding.


    Other information

    Driving Licence: Yes and clean.

    Health: Excellent. Non-Smoker.

    · Attending to the ceremony “1964 – 2014: I primi 50 anni dell’Italia nello spazio”, Rome, 15th December 2014.
    · Attending to “Il lanciatore Vega: una storia italiana di successo” conference at the Italian Space Agency facilities in Rome, 1st April 2015
    · Attending to series of lectures by Jean-Jaques Dordain about his experience in launcher industry, Rome, April 2016
    · Selected by ESA to witness the Vega launch VV-06 in Guiana Space Centre in December of 2015.
    · Scuba diving PADI Open Water title

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