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     Date Submitted:04-02-2017
     Last Modified:04-02-2017 (09:05)
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     Current job:Thermal Design Specialist
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsThermal Subsystem Requirement Definition Thermal Design and Analysis Thermal Hardware Detail Design Thermal Hardware Procurement Activities



    Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), ANKARA, Turkey:                January 2010-present

    Thermal Design Engineer, Space Systems Department

    Member of Thermal Control Subsystem team in charge of thermal control design and analysis activities for various satellite projects.

    Göktürk-2 Earth Observation Satellite Development Project: Participated in satellite level AIT activities and provided support for the satellite thermal vacuum tests. Launched December 2012.

    Göktürk-3 SAR Satellite Preliminary Design Development Project: Participated in satellite preliminary thermal design and analysis activities and worked on requirements definition for the Multi-Layer Insulation Blankets.

    Türksat-6A Telecommunication Satellite Development Project: Actively participating in satellite thermal design and analysis activities and procurement of thermal control hardware for the satellite Structural and Thermal Qualification Model. Acting as the contact person for the interface with the subcontractor company in charge of manufacturing the Multi-Layer Insulation Blankets.


    TAI – Thales Alenia Space-France (TAS-F), Cannes, France:            August 2010-April 2012

    Direct Participant, Göktürk-1 TAI DP Program Thermal Engineering Work Package

    Realization of the activities defined for the Thermal Engineering Work Package as part of the Direct Participation Program between TAS-F and TAI, which is part of the Göktürk-1 Earth Observation Satellite Development Project. Participated in detailed thermal design activities, mainly detailed definition of thermal control hardware in CATIA environment and generation of manufacturing drawings. Also attended many trainings given by the experienced engineers working at TAS-F. Göktürk-1 Satellite is launched in December 2016.


    Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey:                        June 2007-January 2008

    Researcher, Aerospace Engineering Department

    Conducted thermal analysis for the components of a micro-jet engine design as part of a R&D project.



    Comparison of Various Thermal Control Methods for Equipment – S/C Panel Interfaces

    Authors: Elif DIRGIN, Ediz TUNARLI

    7th International Conference on Recent Advance in Space Technologies (RAST), 2015



    Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey                 2007-2002

    BSc in Aerospace Engineering Department

    Gazi Anatolian High School, Ankara, Turkey                         2002-1995

    Math-Science Branch



    Turkish: Mother tongue   English: excellent French: beginner

    MS Office Programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint

    CAD Software: CATIA

    Thermal Modelling/Analysis Software: Msc. Patran, Msc. Sinda, Msc. Systema, ESATAN (brief experience with 30-day trial license)

    Programming Software: MATLAB/Simulink   

    Language:  FORTRAN (advanced)



    Satellite Initial Trainings: Thales Alenia Space-France, 2 weeks formation           2010

    Satellite Thermal Control System Advanced Trainng: Thales Alenia Space-France, 1 week     2010

    Satellite Structural and Mechanical Subsystem Advanced Training: Thales Alenia Space-France, 3 days      2010

    Satellite Mechanical and Thermal Design and Analysis Advanced Training: Thales Alenia Space-France, 1 week     2010

    Space Program Organization Training: Thales Alenia Space-France, 3 days        2010

    Satellite Optical Payload Design Training: Thales Alenia Space-France, 3 days   2010

    Introduction to AIT Test Systems: Thales Alenia Space-France, 2 weeks               2011

    MLI Preparation Classroom and On-the-Job Training: Thales Alenia Space-France, 3 weeks   2013



    Date and Place of Birth: 1984, ANKARA

    Marital Status: Married

    Travelling (more than 10 countries), photography, basketball, snooker, Formula 1




    Thales Alenia Space Specialist for Space Thermal Engineering


    Thales Alenia Space Cannes

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    BP 99 - 06156 Cannes - France

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