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     Date Submitted:03-09-2017
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     Current job:Research Associate
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsDevelopment and Integration of ISS payload experiments, Hardware software interface, Python, Team work, Interdisciplinary studies,
    CV

    Work Experience                                                                                          

    International Space University, Strasbourg, France [2016-Present]
    Designation: Researcher as a Master Thesis Student/Teaching Associate

    Development and integration of an ISS payload experiment, providing engineering support within the teamElectronics and software support, with necessary hardware interfaces to accurately obtain data as observed by the on-board sensors. Research and propose potential alternatives, coordinate and communicate with the various partners ensuring timeline is maintained, with respect to the experiment.Support in the preparation and execution of Master course lectures, projects, workshops, peer appraisals and   assignments. Liaise with the Computer and Network Systems unit

    NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, USA [2016]

    Designation: Intern/Research Scholar at the Intelligent Systems Division

    Recipient of The Sir John Mason Academic Trust’s Summer Internship Grants for 2016

    Worked as a part of the Testbed team on translating requirements, making them precise and aided in creation of integration-level tests as a proof-of-concept.Research contribution on aerospace technologies such as adaptive flight controllers, safety critical systems and air traffic management that provide early designs for next generation systems.

    NTT DATA Global Delivery Services, Bangalore, India [2014 2015]                                                 Designation: Graduate Trainee

    Worked as a part of the Research and Development team to design and update a Touchscreen Interface application using JAVA.

    Education 

    Masters with Thesis in Space Studies: 2015 – 2017(Ongoing)

    International Space University, Strasbourg.

    Individual Master Thesis: Development and Integration of Microbial Methane Associated Research Strasbourg 2 (MMARS 2) experiment for the International Space Station – To determine the survival and growth of methanogens in space, in conditions close to the ones existing in the subsurface of the planet Mars. Supervisor: Dr. Jean-Jacques Favier, former CNES Astronaut, Research Program Director at ISU.

    Individual Project: Integration and Testing of Spun Microgravity Liquid Experiment (SMiLE), an ISS payload module - Worked on integrating and testing of the module, focusing mainly on the viewing chamber assembly to capture the formation of water droplets in a microgravity environment using Raspberry Pi.Team Project: Lunar Hathor- A framework was developed on international collaborations, considering scientific and technical aspects for a future lunar deep drill mission.A member of Science and Engineering sub teams. Additional role: People’s person of the team.

    Areas of study: Space Science, Space Engineering and Application, Space Policy, Economics, Law, Management and Business, Human performance in Space, Space Humanities.

    Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication: 2010 – 2014

    K S Institute of Technology, Bangalore| Affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, India

    Final year project: Health Monitoring Device by Wireless Communication using Multiple Sensors with the aid of Raspberry Pi - Developed a prototype device that enables the doctor to consistently supervise a patient’s health conditions based on the real time sensor values obtained from the human body, which are simultaneously uploaded to a predesigned webpage.

    Mini Project: Development of Multiple Bio Sensor Interface System to a Controller with the aid of MSP430 - Built a module enabled in transmission and reception of communication signals between the sensors and the controller, serving as an elementary step towards implementing the Health Monitoring Device. Areas of study: Image Processing, Wireless Communications, GSM, Computer Communication Networks (CCN) Antennas and Propagation, Micro controllers, Microprocessors, Analog and Digital Communications, Microwaves and Radar, Signal systems, Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) and Embedded systems.

    Certifications, Trainings and Seminar                                                                                          

    Systems Tool Kit (STK) Certification exam- Level 1 from Analytical Graphics, Inc.  [2016]

    Obtained second place in Act-in Space regional competition for the design of X-Track, a simple, elegant smart band to measure radiations exposure, Strasbourg [2016]

    Solar Imaging Using MATLAB, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore [2015]

    The Amateur Radio Digital Information and Communication Technologies -Workshop on the HAM radio, including Software Defined Radio [2014]

    JAVA Certification- 1Z0-851- OCJP SE6 PROGRAMMER [2014]

    Introductory Course in Cosmology, M P Birla Institute of Fundamental Research, Bangalore [2012] Specialized Course in Solar Astronomy, M P Birla Institute of Fundamental Research, Bangalore [2013]

    ELECTROBOTS - Workshop on the robotics conducted by Microsoft [2011]

    The Technicalities of the Mars Orbiter Mission - Final year technical seminar during under graduation. It dealt with India’s maiden interplanetary mission, the stages of its fabrication and testing, launch pattern, scientific instruments and propellants used in the spacecraft [2014]

    Skillsets
    Programming Languages: C, HTML, Python, Core JAVA, SQL, VHDL, Verilog

    Operating Systems: Windows, iOS, Basic Linux

    Simulation Tools: MATLAB, Xilinx ISE, CCS

    Other tools used: MS Office, Eclipse IDE, STK Basic, Solid edge

    Languages: English, French (A1), Marathi (Mother tongue), Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, Sanskrit, Telugu

    Extra-Curricular Activities
    An active member and coordinator of events at College under the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

    A member of Women in Aerospace (WIA), Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) and Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE).

    Teaching Associate and Coordinator for the Executive Space Course-2017 held at ISU.

    Coordinator within the Delegates team for the 4 th -Asia Pacific Space Generation Workshop

    Volunteered at blood donation camp, old age homes and assisted in audio recording of books for the visually challenged at the Blind Transcription Centre, Bangalore.

    An avid Yoga practitioner, swimmer and chess player. Enjoy reading novels, travelling and cooking.


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