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     Date Submitted:09-07-2017
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     Current job:Chief Engineer / AIT Operations
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAIT Operations, Environmental Tests, System Engineering, Team Management, Project Management
    CV

    Birth Place: Kayseri / Turkey

    Birth Date: 24.06.1978

    Marital Status: Married

    Military Service: Completed

     

     

    EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

    Ph.D : Middle East Technical University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ankara / Turkey (2002 - 2007)

    Thesis Title: A Non-iterative Pressure Based Scheme for the Computation of Reacting Radiating Flows

    M.Sc. : Middle East Technical University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ankara / Turkey (2000 - 2002)

    Thesis Title: Numerical Simulation of Transient Turbulent Flow in a Heated Pipe

    B.Sc. : Middle EastTechnical University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ankara / Turkey (1996 - 2000)

    High School : Tarsus American College, Tarsus / Turkey (1989 - 1994)

                                   Bilfen Lisesi, Adana / Turkey (1995-1996)

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Chief Engineer, Space Systems Assembly Integration and Tests Technical Management @ Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), Ankara, Turkey (March 2014 - Present):

    Leading a cross functional team of 13 people consistng of engineers and technicans

    Management of environmental test activities (thermal vacuum, vibration, acoustic, shock, deployement, EMC&EMI, compact range antenna tests) of spaceborne systems

    Management of assembly, integration and functional test activities of spaceborne systems

     

    Lead Engineer, Thermal Vacuum Tests @ Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), Ankara, Turkey (August 2011 – March 2014):

    Leading a cross functional team of 5 people consistng of engineers and technicans

    Planning and performing thermal vacuum cycling and thermal balance tests for spaceborne systems including instrumentation, set-up design, documentation

    Commissioning, operation and management of TAI Thermal Vacuum Chambers

     

    Design Specialist @ Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), Ankara, Turkey (March 2010 - August 2011) :

    Planning and performing of thermal vacuum cycling and thermal balance test for spaceborne systems including instrumentation, set-up design and documentation

    Development of thermal analysis software for satellites

     

    Design Engineer @ Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), Ankara, Turkey (August 2008 - March 2010)

    Development of thermal analysis software for satellites

    Lieutenant @ 1st Field Army, Turkish Armed Forces, İstanbul, Turkey (September 2007 - June 2008)

    Member of the inspection & acceptance board for 1st Field Army (National military service)

    Design Engineer @ Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), Ankara, Turkey (April 2007 - August 2007)

    Development of thermal analysis software for satellites

     

    Teaching Assistant @ Middle East Technical University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ankara, Turkey (December 2000 - April 2007)

    Courses assisted: Heat and Mass Transfer Operations, Fluid Dynamics, Chemical Engineering Laboratory, Thermodynamics, Mathematical Modeling, Chemical Engineering Design, Combustion Technology.

     

    Projects

    The Effect of Contact Pressure on Thermal Contact Resistance on Various Materials Used in Spacecrafts

    Project Management/Engineer, Chief Engneer (2016 – )

    Development of a Heat Pipe for Space Applications

    Project Management/Engineer, Chief Engneer (2015 – )

    Turksat 6A – National Telecommunication Satellite Development Project

    Assembly, Integration and Test Operations, Chief Engineer (2015 – )

     

    Göktürk Assembly Integration and Test Center and Satellite System

    Commissioning of test systems, Chief Engneer (2014 –)

    Environmental tests of Göktürk 1 Satellite, Chief Engneer (2015 – 2016)

     

    Göktürk-2 Electro-Optical Reconnaissance and Surveillance Satellite System

    Göktürk-2 Satellite, Qualification Model Thermal Balance Test, Lead Engineer (2011)

    Göktürk-2 Satellite, Qualification Model Thermal Vacuum Cycling Test, Lead Engineer (2011)

    Göktürk-2 Satellite, Flight Model Thermal Vacuum Cycling Tests, Lead Engineer (2012)

    Integration and Commissioning of GK-2 Thermal Vacuum Chamber, Lead Engineer (2010 – 2012)

    Development of thermal analysis software for satellites, Design Engineer (2008 – 2012)

    Göktürk-2 Attitude Determination and Control Unit Thermal Vacuum Cycling Tests, Test Engineer (2010)

     

    THESIS SUPERVISED

    Development of a Constant Conductance Axially Grooved Heat Pipe to be Used in Space Applications and Investigation of its Performance, Cem Ömür, Ph.D Thesis, Gazi Üniversitesi, Ankara, Turkey (ongoing)

    Numerical and Experimental Investigation of the Thermal Behavior of a Newly Developed Attitude Determination Control Unit in a Vacuum Environment, Cem Ömür, M.Sc. Thesis, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, 2010.

    A Computer Code Based on Thermal Network Method and Ray Tracing Technique for the Thermal Analysis of Satellites, Hasan Gürgüç Işık, M.Sc. Thesis, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, 2009.

     

    PatenTS

    Cem Ömür, A. B. Uygur, H. Gürgüç Işık, Değer Akın, “A test system”, 2137/TR (pending)

    Cem Ömür, A. B. Uygur, H. Gürgüç Işık, “An Ammonium Filling System and its Working Principles”, 2816/TR (pending)

     

    PUBLICATIONS - ACADEMIC JOURNALS (SCI-SCI Expanded)

    C. Ömür, A. B. Uygur and İlhami Horuz, "The Effect of Manufacturing Limitations on Groove Design and its Implementation to an Algorithm for Determining Heat Transport Capability of Heat Pipes", Journal of Thermal Science and Technology, Vol. 37(1), 159-170, 2017.

    C. Ömür and A. B. Uygur, "Development of a Thermal Mathematical Model for the Simulation of Transient Behavior of a Spaceborne Equipment in Vacuum Environment", Journal of Thermal Science and Technology, Vol. 35(2), 37-44, 2015.

    Ahmet Bilge Uygur, Nevin Selçuk, I. Hakki Tuncer, A Non-iterative pressure based scheme for the computation of reacting radiating flows, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, Vol. 47(3) pp. 209-220, 2008.

    Ahmet Bilge Uygur, Tanil Tarhan, Nevin Selçuk, Transient simulation of reacting radiating Flows, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, Vol. 45, pp. 969-976, 2006.

    Ahmet Bilge Uygur, Tanil Tarhan, Nevin Selçuk, MOL solution for transient turbulent flow in a heated pipe, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, Vol. 44 pp. 726-734, 2005.

    Nevin Selçuk, Ahmet Bilge Uygur, Isil Ayranci, Tanil Tarhan, Transient simulation of radiating flows, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Vol. 93, pp. 151-161, 2005.

     

    PUBLICATIONS - OTHER

    O. O. Haktanır, C. Ömür and A. B. Uygur, “An Image Processing Method to Determine the Damping Effect Present in the Moment of Inertia Measurements Performed on a Aileron”, Journal Of Aeronautics And Space Technologies, Vol 9(1), 57-64, 2016.

    F. Yılmaz, O. O. Haktanır and A. B. Uygur, “Quasi-Static Structural Test of Satellites”, Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2015.

    G. Yavaş, A. B. Uygur and S. Akgül, “System Level Tests Performed in Compact Antenna Test System”, Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2015.

    A. B. Uygur, O. O. Haktanır, F. Yılmaz and Z. Aşansü, “Turkey’s New Assembly, Integration and Test (AIT) Center and Its Comparison with AIT Centers in Europe”, Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2015.

    A. Bilge Uygur, H. Gürgüç Işık, F. Nihan Karaismail, “Incorporation of an External Heat Flux Computation Module to an In-House Code for the Thermal Analysis of Satellites”, Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2013.

    H. Gürgüç Işık, A. Bilge Uygur, Cem Ömür, Değer Akın, Murat Sancak, “A New Thermal Vacuum Test Chamber Built In Turkey”, Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2013.

    Cem Ömür, A. Bilge Uygur, H. Gürgüç Işık, Değer Akın, “Thermal Vacuum Cycling Test Philosophy of an Indigenous Earth Observation Satellite”, Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2013.

    Cem Ömür, A. Bilge Uygur, H. Gürgüç Işık and İlker Tarı, Numerical and Experimental Investigation of the Thermal Behavior of a Newly Developed Attitude Determination Control Unit in a Vacuum Environment, in Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2011.

    H. Gürgüç Işık, A. Bilge Uygur, Cem Ömür and Erhan Solakoğlu, The Thermal Analysis of a Satellite by an In-House Computer Code Based on Thermal Network Method and Monte Carlo Ray Tracing Technique, Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2011.

    A. B. Uygur, H. G. Işık, A. G. Yazıcıoğlu and E. Solakoğlu, Development of an in-house computer code for the thermal analysis of satellites using thermal network method and method of lines, Recent Advances in Space Technologies, İstanbul, Turkey, 2009

    A. B. Uygur, T. Tarhan and N. Selçuk, “MOL solution for transient turbulent flow in a heated pipe”, International Symposium on Advances in Computational Heat Transfer, Norway, 2004.

    N. Selçuk, A. B. Uygur, I. Ayrancı and T. Tarhan, “Transient simulation of radiating flows”, Fourth International Symposium on Radiative Transfer, Istanbul, Turkey, 2004.

     

    FOREIGN LANGUAGES

    English (Fluent)

    French (Beginner)

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Advanced level scientific programming in FORTRAN

    Utilization of thermal analysis software packages (THERMICA, SINDA/G etc.)

    Microsoft Office applications

     

    PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS & CERTIFICATES & Membershıps

    Member of “AIAA Working Group on Dynamic Space Simulation” (2016 - )

    Member of “AIAA Working Group on Space Simulation” (2012 - )

    Member of “Turkish Association of Thermal Science and Technology” (2015 - )

    "AIT Center Training" by Thales Alenia Space, Cannes, France, 2010 and 2012.

    “Thermal Vacuum Test Systems Training”, by Thales Alenia Space, Cannes, France, 2011.

    "Space TechnologiesTraining" by Thales Alenia Space, Cannes, France, 2012.

     “Certificate of Working at Hight” , APAVE, January 2013

    “Certificate of Electrical Authorization B1V”, by APAVE, June 2013

     

    AREAS OF EXPERTISE

    Cross-functional team management

    Environmental tests

    Thermal testing

    Mechanical testing

    System engineering, verification and validation

    Space systems assembly and integration

    Software development

    Satellite thermal control and design

    Heat transfer

    Computational fluid dynamics (CFD)

    Advanced scientific programming in FORTRAN

     

    Interests

    Lego Technic & Robotics

    Running (Finished Mersin and Antalya full marathons)

    Cycling

     

    References

    Sinan Şenol

    CEO / Selex ES Turkey

    (Communication information available upon request)

     

    Prof. Dr. Nevin Selçuk

    Middle East Technical University, Department of Chemical Engineering

    (Communication information available upon request)

     

     


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