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Whoever signs up for one of two certification flights for the Omega rocket, will get a ride “at a reduced rate." SpaceNews.com
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Kleos Space, a company developing a constellation of satellites for radiofrequency geolocation work, will launch its first satellites in 2019 with Rocket Lab under a deal announced Sept. 19. SpaceNews.com
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Boeing and SpaceX, who have been struggling to meet safety thresholds established by NASA for commercial crew vehicles, now believe their vehicles can meet those requirements as they prepare for test flights scheduled in the next several months. SpaceNews.com
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Orbital Insight, a Silicon Valley geospatial analytics company, announced the purchase Sept. 18 of FeatureX, a Boston-based artificial intelligence firm specializing in computer vision for satellite imagery. The terms of the purchase were not disclosed. SpaceNews.com
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Wilson suggested her proposal is only the opening salvo. “I expect there will be a lot of discussion about how to implement the president’s vision.” SpaceNews.com
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Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson’s Space Force proposal dropped on the first day of the Air Force Association’s Air Space Cyber symposium, and it took the community by storm. SpaceNews.com
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The Air Force’s advocacy group, the Air Force Association, is taking off the gloves and pointedly voicing opposition to separating space out of the Air Force. SpaceNews.com
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Three months after its inaugural meeting, the advisory group supporting the National Space Council is working to organize itself and identify topics for study while preparing for its next full meeting. SpaceNews.com
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AFA: "Standing up a separate space bureaucracy amplifies the problem by driving more money to a headquarters function, not space operations. " SpaceNews.com
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SpaceX announced Sept. 17 that a Japanese billionaire will be paying an undisclosed but significant sum to buy a flight of the company’s next-generation rocket for a flight around the moon carrying a group of artists. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:03-11-2017
     Last Modified:30-11-2017 (04:20)
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     Current job:Recent graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsAerospace Engineering, Space Engineering, International Law, European Union Law, Space Law
    CV

    SUMMARY PROFILE

     

    Undertook flight training, obtained flight permit and radio operator licence; Aerospace Engineering Officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF); observed and reported on military Courts Martial; Attending Officer for Court matters; completed space studies courses; exposure to Space Law, Regulatory practices, including ITU and FCC Regulations and Policy, International Law and European Union Law; completed B.Eng. in Aerospace Engineering, certificate in Space Studies, LL.B. in International and European Law, LL.M. in European Legal Studies.  Master Thesis on ‘Law governing Commercial Space Flight and other activities in space: Space Debris, Environment and Communications’, includes research on ITU, FCC regulatory practices and ITAR. 

     

    Engineering, Space Studies and Law

    Space Law, Regulations and Policy

    International Law

    European Union Law

    Superior communication skills

    Team player

     

    EDUCATION

     

    Master of Laws (LL.M.), European Legal Studies, University of Hamburg                                2016-2017

    Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), International and European Law, University of Groningen             2012-2016

    Space Studies (Graduate Certificate), American Military University                      2011-2012

    Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.), Aerospace Engineering, Ryerson University             2004-2009

     

    LANGUAGES

     

    German, CEFR Level A2                        2016-2017

    Dutch, CEFR Level A2                           2014-2015

    English, native speaker (Canada)/CEFR Level C2                                                                                    

    French, Grade 9 (Canada), approx. equal to CEFR Level A2         

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

     

    Brödermann Jahn Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, Hamburg, Germany                   2017

    Intern

    Assisting and working on a variety of cases (EU Law,  International Law and Arbitration cases)

    Attended court as an observer (German Law and EU Law)

    Edited English documents and assisted in editing translated texts from German to English

     

    University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands                   2012-2014

    Magazine editor, NEXUS

    Named as editor-in-chief for a period of approximately six months

     

    Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)                             2009-2011

    Aerospace Engineering Officer

    Duties and responsibilities include airworthiness, maintenance of aircraft, leadership of personnel on and off the flight line, and other officer duties. 

    Accomplishments

    Assigned, observed, and reported on military Courts Martial, assigned as Attending Officer for military member in civilian traffic Court.

    Took part in a joint USAF-RCAF Search and Rescue Exercise (SAREX) in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada.  In charge of parts and equipment needed to keep CC-130 Hercules aircraft serviceable.  RCAF CC-130 Hercules aircraft remained serviceable, resulting in a successful exercise. 

    Fulfilled a requirement for weekly safety briefings in a training and innovation section composed of 15-20 people; used presentation and communication skills to give informative safety presentations on a wide range of safety topics throughout a six month period. 

    Assigned to an Aerospace Engineering newsletter committee to write articles, wrote several articles on space topics such as the Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket (VASIMR), the RCAF Directorate of Space Development (D Space D), and the USAF 50th Space Wing; recommended to be editor of the Aerospace Engineering newsletter. 

     

    Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada                         2008-2009

    Data analyst, CanSat team

    Named to the Ryerson University canned satellite (CanSat) team, under the direction of Dr Krishna Kumar, Department of Aerospace Engineering; every year the American Astronautical Society (AAS) and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) organize a competition, allowing students from several Universities to compete in the building of a miniature satellite contained inside a pop can. 

    The challenge was to develop a circuit board with GPS capability, to fit inside a pop can, launch the satellite, and receive signals and analyze streams of data emitting from the satellite using a ground station.  Manned the ground station, analyzed data, and assisted in the research and writing of related reports.  The CanSat was successfully launched.  The team placed 6th out of a total of 26 teams. 

     

    RESEARCH PROJECTS

     

    Stationkeeping Satellite

    CanSat team                          2008-2009

    Accomplishments

    A fourth year space engineering project on the hypothetical creation of a satellite having a capability to maneuver into a junk yard orbit, attach itself to a satellite, and make the satellite serviceable once again.  This project involved extensive modeling, research, and presentations, with excellent results. 

    Our CanSat team had a research requirement involving the selection of economical parts within a specific budget, while still fulfilling mission objectives.  Team members were assigned work and each gathered information on an array of necessary equipment, parts, and components, resulting in greater efficiency with completion of timelines, successfully finishing a month ahead of schedule. 

     

    SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES

     

    Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI)                        2010-Present

    Membership allows for attendance of conferences on space and aeronautics, networking with colleagues and access to space and aeronautics related journal articles. 

     

    UNIVERSITY INVOLVEMENT

     

    Elected class representative, University of Hamburg                      2016-2017

    Editor and Chief, NEXUS magazine, University of Groningen                 2012-2013

    Organized, edited, and authored articles for two editions of the NEXUS magazine for the Faculty of Law.

    Philanthropy Chair of Sigma Pi, University of Toronto Chapter;             2008-2009

    Organized a charity event to raise funds for cancer and participated in a local Run for the Cure event.


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