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     Date Submitted:22-11-2016
     Last Modified:26-03-2017 (09:00)
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     Current job:M.Sc. graduate in Space Studies
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsI have my Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering and Masters in Space Studies. The Bachelor's was a proper standard course concentrating mostly on technical aspects while my MS (Space Studies) is purely concentrated on International, Intercultural and Interdi
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    OBJECTIVE

     

    Apply my knowledge to an optimum level in an organization and gain significant experience which will positively contribute to the organization’s goals. 

     

    EDUCATION

    International Space University, Strasbourg, France.

    Masters in Space Studies , Dec 2015

    SRM University, Chennai, India.

    Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering, June 2014.  

     

    ACADEMIC PROJECTS

    PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF AN E-SAIL PROPULSION  

    Graduate Individual Project, International Space University, France.                 (Oct 2015 – Nov 2015)

    Project Advisor:  Prof. Chris Welch (ISU Faculty, Strasbourg, France).

    Aim: To compare the E-sail propulsion with similar propulsion systems and analyse its performance to a system level.

    EXTRA SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION (ESSE) INTERSTELLAR WORLDSHIP                  (Nov 2014 – May 2015)

    Graduate Team Project, International Space University, France.

    Project Advisor: Prof. Chris. Welch (ISU Faculty, Strasbourg, France).

    Aim: To create a 100 year roadmap and a conceptual design of the interstellar world ship working under a team comprised of “3I” (International, Intercultural, and Interdisciplinary) environment.

    THRUST OPTIMIZATION OF AN AIRCRAFT PROPELLER                           (Aug 2013 – May 2014)

    Undergraduate thesis, SRM University, India.

    Project Advisor:  Mr.G.Saravanan (Assistant Professor in SRM University, Chennai, India)

    Aim: To design and fabricate a variable pitch propeller and develop and test a thrust measurement device in order to study the effect of changing pitch on the thrust of a variable pitch propeller.

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    NASA Ames Research centre, Moffett Field, California               (22 Aug 2015 – 22 Nov 2015)

    Research Associate

    Worked on a program “LCOTS (Lunar- Commercial Orbital Transportation Services): possible COTS options for future Cis-lunar missions”.

    Similar to the COTS (Commercial Orbital Transportation Services) program but planning to establish a Public- Private Partnerships to enhance Cis-lunar economy.

    NASA Ames Research centre, Moffett Field, California                   (01 June 2015 – 30  Nov 2015)

    Research Associate

    Working in the Space Portal department with a group of Multi-disciplinary experts.

    Worked on a research topic titled “Feasibility study on lunar landers to land heavy habitats on the moon for permanent lunar settlement”.

    HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited), Bangalore, India.                (14 June 2013 – 29 June 2013)

    Undergraduate Student Research Intern     

    Trained for 15 days under the Aircraft Division.

    Analysed and learnt the workload under each different sections of the Aircraft Division.

    Worked under each section and understood how an Aircraft Division is undergone through various stages in order to develop a fully operational Aircraft.      

    SOFTWARE SKILL SET

    Software

    : CATIA (Intermediate), STK (Intermediate), SAP (Beginner).

    Productivity suite    

    : Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop.

    Languages

     

    : C, C++ (Basic), MATLAB (Basic).

     

    EXTRACURRICULAR EXPERIENCE /ACTIVITIES

    Dr Kalam Initiatives            (Jan 2016- Present)

    Secretary, Dr Kalam Initiatives- An Indian NSS Chapter               

    One of the proud member to start the National Space Society chapter in India. Titled as Dr kalam Initiatives, we are indulged in Education& Outreach activities concentrating specifically on the upcoming young generation.

    We try to establish a generation who can access and involve in all space-based activities without any barriers.

    Community service

    Proud member of the Non-Profit Organization (NGO), AIESEC, Chennai, India.               (May 2013 – June 2013)

    Travelled to Egypt and participated in the programme which enhances children’s English knowledge.

    Experienced the country’s varied culture, religion, and most importantly, the people.

     Sports       : Volleyball, Cricket, Badminton.

     Interest    : Travelling, Movies, Gaming, virtual reality and experiencing different cultures. 

    CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

    Volunteer at the sea level rise conference conducted in NASA Ames, Mountain View.

    Attended the AStech Space Exploration conference in the International Space University, Strasbourg, France (2014).

    Participated in the PSG-MUN (Model United Nations) at PSG college of Engineering, Coimbatore, India (2012).

    Participated in the SRM-MUN (Model United Nations) at SRM University, Chennai, India (2011).

    Organising member in SRM mathematics club which has a festival for Mathematics department, SRM University, India (2012 and 2013).

    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Date of Birth           : August 1st, 1992

    Nationality             : Indian

    Languages Known : English, Tamil, Hindi and French (Basic)

    French Visa            : APS visa valid up till 19th December 2017

     


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