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     Date Submitted:08-02-2017
     Last Modified:08-02-2017 (12:31)
    Job information
     Current job:Project Scientific Officer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
     KeywordsPayload, Instrumentation, On-board Software, Calibration, X-ray telescope

    Personal Data

    Date of Birth:   20 June 1990

    Languages:   Telugu,English,Hindi


    Key Skills and Competencies



    Computer simulation

    Telecom operations

    Data analysis

    Hardware testing and calibration

    Systems design

    Problem solving

    Written and verbal Communication

    Team work

    Decision making

    Adaptability and flexibility



    Work Experience

    Jan 2014 to   Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

    Sep 2016


    Role      -> Development, testing and debugging the payload electronics & on-board software.

    -> Development, testing and debugging LabVIEW based data acquisition software and AstroSat Checkout system for spacecraft interface simulation.

    -> Performing subsystem level and spacecraft level environmental tests on payload. Performing ground based and on-orbit calibration of the payload.

    -> Pipeline processing of huge volumes of payload data and performing Geant4 simulations. Coordinating the project with various research organizations like VSSC, IUCAA, ISAC, ISITE, ISTRAC, SDSC, ISSDC, PRL and presenting the results in different forums.


    Achievements     -> AstroSat is a multi-wavelength astronomy mission on an IRS-class satellite

    in a 650-km, near-equatorial orbit. It was launched by the Indian launch vehicle PSLV from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota on September 28, 2015. The switch ON operations of its first payload CZTI were successfully carried out.

    -> The On-board payload software was modified successfully and was uploaded post launch. The payload data analysis software was successfully used to generate science products.


    Dec 2011 to   Tata Consultancy Services

    Jan 2014

    Role   -> Performed Operation and maintenance activities of Operational Support System (OSS) software for Provisioning, Network Management, Inventory Management and Fault Management for BSNL tele-communication services.

    -> Administered Clarity Application server, Oracle Load balancing server, Oracle Database server, Clarity Real time activation server, JBoss Enterprise application platform server, C-DOT application and network management servers.

    -> Used data from the monitoring system and analyzed equipment operating trends to develop preventive maintenance programs.

    Achievements    -> System availability at the BSNL data center was maintained at 99.9 percent as compared to an average of below 97 percent availability earlier.

    -> Successfully implemented Disaster Recovery (DR) system which ensures the recovery of failed business processes when a data center is lost from service.


    Academic Qualifications


















    Sri Vidyanikethan

    Jawaharlal Nehru






    Technological University





    Engineering College





















    Dec 2011 to    TCS Initial Learning Program on SQL, C++, UNIX and BizSkills.

    Mar 2012


    May 2010 to   Industrial training in Robotics and Embedded ‘C’ at Robosapeins India.

    Jun 2010


    Technical Skills



    C, C++, Java, idl, Python, perl, Verilog, Expect, xml, html, mysql



    Clarity oss, Libero ide, Oracle sql Developer, matlab, Labview, Gnuplot,



    avr Studio, Orbotech sdk






    Microsemi rtsx, Proasic3, Proasicplus, SmartFusion soc



    vata64hdr16, ide4184



    oms40g256 czt Gamma ray detector, Amptek CdTe X-ray Detector



    scionix CsI detector, ketek Silicon Photomultiplier, Hamamatsu Photodiode


    Data Acquisition

    National Instruments ni-6534, ideas Galao Development Kit, OMS40G256 sdk





    Operating System (Linux, HP-UX, Windows), Apache OpenOffice, LATEX




     Rao, A. R., et al. ”Charged Particle Monitor on the AstroSat mission.”

     Bhalerao, V., et al. ”The Cadmium Zinc Telluride Imager on AstroSat.”

     A.R.Rao et al., ”AstroSat CZT Imager observations of GRB 151006A: timing, spectroscopy,  and polarisation study.”


    Interests and Activities

    Painting    Book-collecting   Puzzles   Cooking   Bird-watching   Cycling   TED talks

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