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     Date Submitted:23-04-2018
     Last Modified:25-03-2019 (08:17)
    Job information
     Current job:System and Mission analysis Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services,
     KeywordsSpace mission and operation, junior, space system, matlab, SPICE, mission analysis, system, requirement, coordination, navigation, EGNOS, flight dynamics
    CV

    System and Mission analysis Engineer

    Experience

    EGNOS System Coordinator
    European Satellite Services Provider (since October 2018)
    • Monitoring of EGNOS system and subsystems
    • Troubleshooting, maintenance activities and deployments of EGNOS subsystems under stringent KPIs through an efficient handling of priorities
    (operations vs system engineering activities)
    • Supervision and reporting on EGNOS performances, ensuring customer
    satisfaction (GSA, ESA).
    • Support to the Operations Team for the scheduling of activities and
    deployments. Chairman of the Operations Management Board


    Advanced Mission Study Engineer
    European Space Agency - ESTEC April 2018 - September 2018
    Studying the case for long-term fixed platforms on the Martian moons to support
    solar system science and exploration
    • Study of scientific and operational opportunities
    • Determination of mission requirements
    • Modeling of visibility, power requirement, data budget,.. to evaluate
    engineering and science trade-offs. Using Matlab and SPICE toolkit
    • Writing of journal publication draft and presentation of the results to the 52nd
    ESLAB Symposium

     

    Space simulation tool development Engineer
    Observatoire de Paris May 2017 - August 2017

    Development of study tools for interplanetary CubeSat mission design
    • Assessment of modeling requirements for nanosat missions
    • Development of a Power System sizing tool for the interplanetary CubeSat
    science mission BIRDY, simulations for different mission scenarios.
    • Power System expertise during concurrent engineering session for Phase 0 of
    the BIRDY mission.


    Reentry experimental study engineer
    ESA / LPC2E / Polytech Orleans January 2018 -March 2018
    Student project – Orleans, France - In collaboration with J-P Lebreton
    Experimental study of the aerodynamic behavior of the HUYGENS probe to characterize a spin
    problem encountered during its descent in Saturn’s satellite atmosphere.
    Presentation at the 15th International Planetary Probe Workshop (IPPW-2018) , CO, USA

    EXPERTISE

    Technical skills
    Space system engineering
    Spaceflight dynamics
    Mission concept study, mission analysis
    GNSS and telecommunications
    Chemical and Electric Propulsion
    Software development


    Technical environment
    System
    Windows, Linux
    Languages
    Matlab, Python, Java
    Shell, awk, InfluxDB, Fortran90
    Software
    NAIF SPICE
    General Mission Analysis Tool (GMAT)
    CNES IDM-CIC, VTS
    ANSYS Fluent
    Grafana
    Microsoft Office


    Functional skills
    Able to synthetize, global vision of a
    system and its constraints,
    Continuous learner
    Strong team player, leadership
    Problem-solving mindset
    Sense of commitment


    Linguistic skills
    French: Native
    English: Full Professional Proficiency
    (TOEIC 980/990)
    16 months of international experience
    (USA, Netherlands, Denmark)
    Spanish: Limited professional skills
     

    EDUCATION

    Polytech Orleans 2013 - 2018
    Aerospace Engineering Master Degree
    Orléans, France


    Wichita State University 2016 – 2017
    Space System Engineering
    Wichita, Kansas – United States
    Study abroad as exchange student (1 academic year)
     


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