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     Date Submitted:02-01-2017
     Last Modified:17-01-2017 (04:54)
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     Current job:Stress engineer aerostructures
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsStress, Structural, Nastran, Patran, Hyperworks,
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    Personal information   

    Nationality    Spanish (EU Citizen)
    Date of birth    30 March 1986

    Objective     To obtain a full time engineering position involving the structural analysis in the Aerospace/Space, Motor Sport or Technology Industries.

    Education    
    Title of qualification awarded    Ph.D Aerospace  Engineer Candidate
    Dates    September 2014 – Current (Part time distance learning)
    Name of organization providing education    Escuela Técnica Superior Ingenieros Aeronáuticos (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Spain
    Relevant investigation    Lightning strike against composites structures, FEM Simulations with Abaqus (Electro-Thermal Analysis). 
    Optimization in composite materials with new fibers/resins and nanotubes.
    Title of qualification awarded    MSc. Aerospace Engineer – 5 years degree (Graduate Thesis Degree with Honors)
    Dates    September 2004 - November 2012
    Name of organization providing education    Escuela Técnica Superior Ingenieros Aeronáuticos (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Spain
    Relevant education    Aircraft & Gas Turbines Structures, Composite Materials, High Temperature Materials, Metals, 
    Rocket Propulsion, Engines Systems, Thermodynamics, Aerodynamics, Fracture Mechanic,
    Control System, Vibrations, Electricity and Electronics, etc.
    Title of qualification awarded    Cum Laude distinction at High School Jaime Balmes
    Dates    September 2004
    Name of organization providing education    Jaime Balmes High School, Spain
        
    Professional experience    5 Years’ Experience

    Occupation or position held       
      Stress Focal Engineer - Aerostructures at FACC AG, St.Martin im Innkreis (Austria)
    Dates    15th August 2015– Current
    Projects    -    Stress Focal Point. Responsible for Full Scale Test, Product Development, Certification
    -    & MRB Spoilers Embraer E-190/E-195 E2
    -    Stress Focal Point. Responsible for Product Development & Certification Wing Tip Embraer E-190/E-195 E2
    Functions    -    Supervisor 5 stress engineers
    -    Communication with design & test lab departments for Spoilers development and Full Scale Test definition
    -    Static, Dynamic, Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Analysis
    -    Buckling, Fasteners, Composite structures (Laminate and sandwich structures), Lug/Pins analysis, etc.
    -    Technical documents (First flight, Test proposal, Certification, MRB Concessions, etc.)
    -    Expertise in Abaqus, Hypermesh/Hyperview and Patran/Nastran
    -    Drawing release and witness test

    Occupation or position held       
      Stress Engineer - Aerostructures at FACC AG, St.Martin im Innkreis (Austria)
    Dates    17th June 2013 – 15th August 2015
    Projects    -    Product Development Spoilers Embraer E-190/E-195 E2
    -    Product Development & Certification Wing Tip Embraer E-190/E-195 E2
    -    Product Development Spoilers COMAC C919
    -    Product Development Belly Fairing Bombardier G7000/8000
    Functions    -    Static, Dynamic, Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Analysis
    -    Buckling, Fasteners, Composite structures (Laminate and sandwich structures), Lug/Pins analysis, etc.
    -    Analysis with Abaqus, Hypermesh/Hyperview and Patran/Nastran
    -    Structure optimization in composite (monolithic and sandwich) and metal parts by using Optistruct


    Occupation or position held     
      Stress Engineer  - Aerostructures at Aernnova Engineering Solution Iberica, Madrid (Spain)
    Dates    11th December 2012 – 10th June 2013
    Projects    -    Bird Strike Simulations in Flaps Embraer KC-390
    -    Static Analysis in Wing Tip Pod and Bird Strike Simulations in Wing and Wing Tip Pod 
             Airbus A340 CleanSky Project "BLADE (Breakthrough Laminar Aircraft Demonstrator in Europe)"
    Functions    -    Responsible for bird strike FEMs in KC-390 flaps
    -    Bird strike test simulation flap inboard. Use of Hypermesh and Abaqus Explicit
    -    Handling composite and metal material in numerical simulations, linear and nonlinear. 
    -    Use of cohesive elements to simulate delamination in composite materials
    -    Birds study modelization (LAGRANGIAN, ALE/CEL and SPH)
    Occupation or position held    Stress Engineer  - Aerostructures at Aernnova Engineering Solution Iberica (Intern) , Madrid (Spain)
    Dates    1st February 2012 – 31th October 2012
    Projects    -    Bird Strike Simulations in Leading Edge of HTP Airbus A350XWB
    -    Drop Tower Simulations
    Functions    -    Test impact (Bird Strike) correlation with FEM (Abaqus)
    -    Drop tower simulations (Abaqus)
    -    Optimization against impact in composite materials 
    Courses       Introduction to Nastran, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (2012). 80 hours
       High Temperature Materials, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (2012). 60 hours
       Introduction to Hypermesh, Altair (2012). 30 hours
       Introduction to OptiStruct, Altair (2012). 30 hours
       Basic Structural Analysis, Arghos (2013). 30 hours
    Fatigue & Damage Tolerance, FACC AG (2013). 10 hours
    SAP & CATIA, FACC AG (2014). 60 hours
    Hypermesh TCL Programming, Altair (2015). 30 hours

    Languages    
    Mother tongue(s)    Spanish / Castilian
    Other language(s)         English     B2-C1: Advance user                                
            German    A1:  Basic user                                
            French     A1:  Basic user                                

    Skills                                            
    Social skills and competences    Availability to relocate
    Strong leadership skills
    Highly motivated and resourceful
    Perform quality work while meeting deadlines
    Able to work independently or collaboratively
    Extreme attention to detail
    Ability to organize and prioritize workload effectively
    Flexible and adaptable to change
    Experience in project planning and documentation
    Computer skills and competences    -CAE programs (Abaqus, Hypermesh/Hyperview, Optistruct, Nastran/Patran)
    -Scripts for Abaqus (Python), Hypermesh (TCL) and Excel (Visual Basic)
    -CAD programs (CATIA v.5 and Solid Edge v.20)
    -Mathematics programs (MATLAB and Mathematica)
    -ESAComp

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