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     Date Submitted:08-02-2017
     Last Modified:09-02-2017 (10:33)
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     Current job:Electronics Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services


    4+ years of rich and insightful experience on power electronics, analog circuit design, including sensors handling and signal conditioning for scientific research.

    3+ years of experience in aerospace electronics design, simulating, performing worst case circuit analysis, stress and derating analysis, testing, including Environmental Stress Screening, Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility and Magnetic Field tests.

    Solid background in power electronics, analog circuits troubleshooting and testing by using of lab equipments such as function generators, oscilloscopes, NIM crates etc..,.

    Experience in the electrical integration and functional tests.

    Experience with aerospace related manufacturing standards and practices.

    Experience in selecting the EEE components and evaluating the suppliers.

    Extensive experience in PCB layout design and board assembly.

    Extensive experience in writing the project documentations.

    Strongly self-motivated and hard working with zeal to learn new technologies.


    Work Experience:

    Organization: IEAP, University of Kiel, Germany

    Dates April 2013 - Present

    Occupation Electronics Engineer

    Project Solar Orbiter (SolO), European Space Agency (ESA's) next heliospheric mission.

    Responsibilities As a team member, I involved in

    Designing, simulating and modeling the analog and power supply circuits in SPICE software’s (Pspice, Ngspice, LTspice).

    Performing the worst-Case analysis for the designed circuits.

    Designing the Multi-layer PCB’s according to the IPC and ECSS standards with EMI / EMC considerations.

    Preparing the harness cables with connectors for testing the developed boards.

    Involved in writing the documentation of tests and preparation of the test reports.

    Involved and responsible in inspecting the solder joints and the cleanliness of the populated Electrical, Electronic and Electromechanical(EEE) components under microscope.

    Lab: Testing, evaluating and troubleshooting circuits, modeling circuit components under various operating conditions.

    Involved in the electrical integration and functional tests.

    Involved in selecting components and evaluating suppliers in the space sectors.

    Involved in review of quality standards of EEE components according to the requirements.

    Controlling all space qualified electronic parts used for Energetic Particle Detector(EPD) instrument sensor (Electron Proton Telescope(EPT), High Energy Telescope(HET), Supra Thermal Electrons and Protons(STEP)) units.

    Involved and experience in verifying the Sensor units, thermal design characteristics as well as verifying the functionality of the unit in the Thermal Vacuum Chamber in defining cold and hot operation cases.

    Experience/Involved of working in the ISO 8 clean room environment.

    Working in collaboration with other team/companies and providing the required scenario based data to ESA qualified Printed Circuit Board manufacturer (INVOTEC, England) and boards population companies(OHB Systems, Munich, Germany).

    Participated and involved in vibration and EMC test campaigns for both the EPT-HET and STEP flight model sensor units at Airbus, London.

    Academic Profile:

    Master of Science (M. Sc) in Electronics Design Engineering from Mittuniversitetet, Sweden (February 2010 to October 2012).

    Bachelor of Technology(B. Tech) in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, India (September 2005 to May 2009)

    Gymnasium (June 2003 to May 2005) High school. I attended Sri Chaitainya Junior College, Vijayawada in Math’s/Physics/Chemistry line Located in Andhra Pradesh, India.

    High School (June-2002 to March-2003) Sri Viswashanti High School, Andhra Pradesh, India.



    Conducted series of tests for electronics certification according to Mil-Std-810(Environmental Stress Screening test methods), Mil-Std-461/462(EMI/EMC limits and test methods)

    Designed and qualified amplifier shaper circuit of the Solid State Detector in the Supra Thermal Ion Spectrograph(SIS) Sensor unit.

    Designed the schematics, libraries and multilayer PCB layouts (according to the ECSS and IPC rules).

    Technical skills:

    Third prize in a state level paper presentation about “Tsunami Warning Systems” organized by the S.R.K.R Engineering College, Bhimavaram.

    Won second prize in the technical knowledge Quiz computation organized by the S.R.K.R Engineering College, Bhimavaram.

    Organizational skills:

    Actively participated in various seminars during my Bachelor studies.

    I have worked and led some university research projects during my Master(M.Sc) studies.

    Other skills:

    Development Tools: CadSoft Eagle Schematic and PCB layout, Ngspice & Lt-Spice circuit simulator

    Hardware Exposure: Atmel AVR 32 Micro controller Revolution Kit, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Digiview Analyzer, NIM Crates, RS-232 and RS-485communications.

    Documentation: MS-Word, Word Star & MS Excel (10+ years).

    Programming : C-Language, Embedded C & LABVIEW (1 year), MATLAB (2 years)

    Operating System: Linux, Windows, Mac OS.

    Language skills:

    Telugu: Mother tongue. English: Proficient. German: High-school level, 

    I will be looking forward for your response and will be delighted to furnish any further information and references for the above said.

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