Postgraduate student of Astronautics and Space Engineering master’s course. Skilled in Space Systems Engineering and electronic design, with experience in data acquisition systems. Specialized in Telecommunications, On-Board Data Handling and Attitude Control Systems. Creative, committed, good at teamwork and excellent communication with fluency in Spanish and English. Seeking an entry-level space engineer position.
- Awarded with the EU Startup Accelerator 2016 as member of the Spanish startup Astronical Space Industries. Prize awarded by Finnova Foundation.
MSc Astronautics and Space Engineering: Cranfield University, UK (October 2016 - September 2017)
- Modules: Space System Engineering, Space Communications, Data Handling and Software Development, Astrodynamics and Mission Analysis, Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics and Control, GNSS & INS with Sensors and Data Fusion, Space Propulsion, Space Structures.
- Working on the structural design of small LEO satellites of 150 kg for a communications satellite system design competition organized by UKSEDS.
- Group Design Project: Communications and On-Board Data Handling Systems for the Deep Space Habitat project, a space station with a crew of 14 people orbiting Earth-Moon Lagrange Point 1. Individual focus relied on the design of the telecommunications subsystems and the data management architecture. Use of MATLAB, STK and CATIA as design tools.
BEng Aerospace Engineering: Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain (September 2012 - July 2016)
- Completed the first three years in a High Academic Performance group, which was taught in English.
- Modules: Embedded Systems Design, Validation and Certification, Air Navigation Systems Engineering, Air Traffic Management, Aerodynamics, Flight Mechanics, Propulsion, Automatic Control, Computer Science, Aerospace Materials, Computer-aided Aeronautical Design.
- Final Project: Stall Escape System. Designed an avionics system capable of preventing and recovering a commercial aircraft from stall conditions using only the attitude sensors. The project included data analysis of more than 200 simulations and the programming of a control algorithm. It was developed with MATLAB and tested in the X-Plane 10 simulator.
Airbus: Defence and Space – Master Thesis: Vibration monitoring of satellites (April 2017 – August 2017)
Designed the electronic architecture of a low cost payload for satellites that acquires the data of 10 accelerometers that measure different types of vibrations suffered by the structure during launch and in-orbit phases. The design included the prototyping and testing of a printed circuit board constituted by standard electronic components with equivalent models certified and prepared for the space mission environment.
Astronical Space Industries – Director, Space and Defence (June 2016 – Present)
Created by students from the Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2016, Astronical Space Industries is a start-up company of 3D printing design and prototyping aimed for space applications.
- Contacted different European space companies to attract their potential interest in the business plan of the start-up.
- Researched space project possibilities for the start-up and initiated the process to enter in the ESA Business Incubation programme.
SKILLS, INTERESTS & EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
- Languages: English (fluent) and Spanish (native).
- Programming Languages: MATLAB, C, C++ and Ada.
- Software Skills: Experienced with MATLAB/Simulink, Proteus PCB Design, MPLAB, STM32CubeMX, GNAT GPL, STK, CATIA V5, AutoCAD and Microsoft Office. Knowledge of ESATAN, ANSYS-Fluent and ANSYS-FEA.
- Academic Training: Designed commercial air routes. Familiarised with the specification ARINC 653 for avionics real-time operating systems. Worked with STM32F0DISCOVERY and the Arduino UNO R3 boards. Designed printed circuit boards.
- Individual Interests: Astrophysics, astronomy, international travel, cinema, reading and writing.
- Volunteering: Scout Leader during 2 years in the Spanish Scout Group: Tatanka G.S. 658.
- Memberships: CranSEDS, a student group a student group that participates in competitions related to the space sector. Cranfield Basketball Club: participated in the European Aerostudent Games 2017 in Toulouse.
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