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     Date Submitted:26-04-2018
     Last Modified:27-04-2018 (07:31)
    Job information
     Current job:Optronics engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsoptronics, physics, optics, electronics
    CV

    French, 33 y.o.

     

    Optics engineer

     

    Career objectives

     

    I have dedicated these last eight years to design and validation of instrumented systems, for nuclear and spatial applications. My main skills are instrument qualification and facility development.

    From this work experience, I wish now to handle scientific or industrial projects, concerning the development of instruments or facilities. Moreover, I intend to get over their technical issues and to address project features.

     

    Technical skills

    Physics

    X, UV, vis, IR detectors

    scintillators

    X-ray imaging techniques

    Ultra high vacuum techniques

    Instrumentation radiation dependability

    Electronics

    Single photon counting chains

    Readout integrated circuits

    CMOS et CCD imaging technologies

    Industrial testbench

    Mechanics

    Ultra-high vacuum

    Optical alignment

    Software

    Matlab, Origin, Zemax, Labview, Mathematica

    Project managing

    Experimental/validation campaigns

    scheduling

     

    Laboratory facilities development

    Procurement

    Documentation (scientific articles, test

    procedures, commissioning reports)

    Languages

    English (current, scientific, technical)

    German (current, mechanics)

     

     

    Employment history

     

    May 2015 – October 2016 : Measurement engineer, e2v Semiconductors, Saint−Egrève (38), France

    OTOS project : electro-optical qualification of visible high-resolution CCD sensors

    Define measurement roadmap (commissionning, characterization and investigation time)

    Perform the electro-optical measurements

    Report the results to the technical authority and from planning issues to project leader

    Define measurement means and analysis methods

    Redact documents : AIT, AIV plans, characterization plans, MMM.

     

     

    October 2012 - October 2014: Measurement engineer, Sofradir, Grenoble (38), France

    Meteostat Third Generation project : electro-optical qualification of IR MCT cryogenized detectors

    Analyzed requirements and specifications of the detecting systems

    Redacted documents : AIT, AIV plans, characterization plans, MMM...

    Successfully executed and reported measurement results ; have demonstrated their

    compliance to requirements

    Scheduled qualification campaign, contributed to the global definition of work packages

     

    June 2011 – October 2012 : Research engineer, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris VI (75),

    France:

    Granted public technology transfer project, named TPLUS : building and commissioning extreme UV CW radiation source

    Coordinated the works of the team (4 people) : electronics, mechanical design,ultra-high vacuum, radiation physics

    Procured equipment for facility : specification, ordering and receipt of equipments (detectors, pressure monitos, stepper motor stages, electron gun)

    Mounted the mechanical parts of the experimental chamber and led the ultra-high vacuum leak tests

    Monitored the implementation of command-control and radiological protection building

     

    October 2007- March 2011 : Graduating research engineer, CEA/DAM/DIF, Bruyères-le-Chatel (91), France:

    Laser Mégajoule project: development and feasibility of a spatially-resolved and radiation resistant X-ray imaging system:

    Made a proposal of an scintillator-optical relay system-optical analyzer architecture and defined a qualification plan over 3 years

    Have extensively studied the state-of-the-art of part of detection/X-ray imaging systems to locate the technical problem

    Mounted and set up of experiments on large facilities : high power lasers, hard X-ray gamma generator

     

     

    Diplomas and training

     

    2011 : Physical doctorate of Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, specialization Chemical-physics, on the basis of my work at CEA/DAM (see work experience 2007-2011)

    2008 : French certification for handling radioscopic devices: Certificat d'Aptitude à Manipuler les Appareils de Radiographie et de Radioscopie Industrielle (CAMARI), LNE de Trappes

    2007: IT/electronics engineer degree, specialization fiber-optic telecommunication ESIGELEC Rouen

    Master degree of Optical instrumentation, Univ. Of Rouen


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