Date of birth: 05.05.1983 in Paris
B category driving license, own car
PhD in ASTROPHYSICS, SPACE SCIENCES and PLANETOLOGY
PhD in Astrophysics « Study and Simulations of Spacecraft/Plasma Interaction Phenomena and Their Effects on Low Energy Plasma Measurements », University Paul Sabatier, IRAP and ONERA laboratories in Toulouse
MSC Professional Master « Space Techniques and Instrumentation » University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse
, University Paul Sabatier and Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace (SUPAERO, now ISAE) in Toulouse
, University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse
, Faculty of Sciences in Limoges
, Lycée Léonard Limosin in Limoges.
April 2014 – May 2017
Spacecraft/Plasma simulation engineer with the Spacecraft Plasma Interaction System (SPIS software) of ESA future Solar Orbiter mission, on Radio and Plasma Waves (RPW) and Electron Analyzer System (SWA-EAS) experiments. Working at Research Institute for Astrophysics and Planetology (IRAP, Toulouse) and the Laboratory for Space Studies and Astrophysics Instrumentation (LESIA, Meudon) (ESA contract)
October 2009 – November 2010
Engineer ATOS ORIGIN Intégration in Toulouse: 6 months’ mission (CS company) for the CNES (Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales) on development of space mechanics centers for ELISA and PICARD missions, + 6 months on the GALILEO program with signal treatment and optimization
Mars - July 2008 MSC Professional Master Internship Space techniques and Instrumentation at CNES in Toulouse (supervisor: Jean-Charles Marty): determination of 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet gravity field by the Rosetta probe
Mars - June 2007 MSC Research Master Internship Astrophysics at IRAP in Toulouse (supervisor: Michel Blanc & Christophe Peymirat): electrodynamic coupling between Saturn’s rings and ionosphere
Mars - Juin 2006 MSC Internship Astrophysics at IRAP in Toulouse (supervisor: Emmanuel Caux): determination of rare molecule abundance in the proto-star IRAS 16293
July 2005 Internship at IRAP in Toulouse (supervisor: Natalie Webb): manual verification of automatic data processing from the XMM-NEWTON satellite
2001 → 2004 Legrand Limoges, Mail service, Plastics workshop (3x8 team), Metallurgy workshop (2x12 team), each summer
2001 → 2005 Seller at the fish shop Hall’Océan in Limoges (each December)
Computer skills: Programming languages:
C, Fortran, Awk, XML, Java
SPIS (GEO & SCIENCE), CMS Myriade, STK, Patran & Nastran, Thermica, Matlab, Scilab, Maple, Labview, Paraview, Cassandra, GMSH, Gins, Dynamo
+ Operating systems Windows/Linux, spreadsheets, word processor, graphics software, Internet
Languages: French: mother tongue
Polish: bilingual (polish origins, 5 years in Warsaw)
Guillemant S., Maksimovic M, Hilgers A., Pantellini F., Lamy L., Louarn P., Génot V., Owen C.J., Matéo-Vélez J.-C., Sarrailh P., Hess S., Vecchio A., A Study of Solar Orbiter Spacecraft Plasma Interactions Effects on Electric Field and Particle Measurements, submitted to Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on
Guillemant S., étude et Simulations des Phénomènes d’Interactions Satellite/Plasma et de leurs Impacts sur les Mesures de Plasmas Basses énergies, PhD thesis (in english: http://thesesups.ups-tlse.fr/2282/), 2014.
Guillemant S., Génot V., Matéo-Vélez J.-C., Sarrailh P., Hilgers A. and Louarn P. Simulation Study of Spacecraft Electrostatic Sheath Changes with the Heliocentric Distances from 0.044 to 1 AU. Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on, Volume:PP, Issue: 99, 2013.
Guillemant, S., Génot, V., Matéo-Vélez, J.-C., Computational tools for spacecraft electrostatic cleanliness and payload accommodation analysis - SPIS-SCIENCE: Validation Test Report (VTR – Part 1), 2013, ESTEC Report.
Guillemant S., Génot V., Matéo-Vélez J.-C., Ergun R. and Louarn P. Solar wind plasma interaction with solar probe plus spacecraft. Ann. Geophys., 30, 1–18, 2012.
Guillemant S., Comparison of simulation results for two different codes in case of a spacecraft charging and ion wake formation in the near-Sun environment, ONERA Report, 2011.
Astronomy, astrophysics, travelling, reading, movies, computer, sports (running, team sports).
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