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     Date Submitted:24-09-2018
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     Current job:Spacecraft Systems and Integration Engineer
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    CV

    Work Experience

    Sep 2017 – Sep 2018
    ispace Inc
    Tokyo, Japan

    Position:
    Systems Engineering and Integration Engineer as Member of the ispace lunar orbiter and lander mission development team

    Responsibilities:
    ▸ leading system level development and trade studies
    ▸ provide system level feedback on system design and development aspects
    ▸ systems engineering point of contact for subsystem disciplines in Tokyo office
    ▸ risk management and reporting
    ▸ tracking and maintaining of system budgets
    ▸ managing launch vehicle and range safety requirements
    ▸ AIT planning and interface definition
    ▸ spacecraft instrumentation design
    ▸ preparation of internal and external documentation

    Achievements:
    ▸ successfully passed design and requirements reviews
    ▸ ispace successfully raised over 90mil USD in series A funding

     

    Dec 2014 – Jun 2017
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
    Sagamihara, Japan

    Position:
    Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS),
    PhD Candidate / Research Assistant
    Member of the Jupiter Trojan Solar Power Sail (OKEANOS) Study Group

    Responsibilities:
    ▸ system level design of a lander for in-situ investigation and sample return from a Trojan asteroid
    ▸ point of contact for the JAXA/DLR joint study group
    ▸ design of lander system and thermal, power and propulsion subsystems
    ▸ presentation of the lander system design at international conferences and review meetings
    ▸ writing/editing of lander system technical reports
    ▸ participating in concurrent engineering studies and science meetings
    ▸ interacting with suppliers and contractors for manufacture and testing of hardware
    ▸ supervising of student projects and thesis

    Research Activities:
    ▸ Technology development for deep space exploration, solar sails and small satellites:
    ▸ participating in multiple studies related to solar system exploration (Jupiter, Near-Earth Objects)
    ▸ technology and concept development for deep space exploration, small satellites, and solar sails
    ▸ presenting research results at international workshops and conferences and journal publications
    ▸ development, manufacture and testing of technology demonstration hardware as lead engineer

    Achievements:
    ▸ OKEANOS mission and its lander successfully completed JAXA internal reviews, and is one of the two finalists for ISAS’ large-class missions in 2026
    ▸ successful completion of new super-critical small satellite propulsion system development and testing (engineering model)

     

    Nov 2013 – Mar 2014
    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Space Systems
    Bremen, Germany

    Position:
    Department of Exploration Systems,
    Independent Contractor (Self-Employed)
    Member of DLR’s MASCOT asteroid lander team.

    Responsibilities:
    ▸ development and AIT of EM and FM thermal hardware for the MASCOT asteroid lander
    ▸ AIT support during MASCOT qualification thermal-vacuum campaign
    ▸ production of Orientation Temperature Sensor experiment flown on MASCOT mission (qualification and flight hardware)
    ▸ preparing documentation and integration procedures for MASCOT flight hardware
    ▸ integrating developed hardware on MASCOT flight model at JAXA facilities in August 2014

     

    Apr 2013 – Sep 2013
    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Space Systems
    Bremen, Germany

    Position:
    Department of Navigation and Control Systems,
    Research Assistant – Werkstudent
    Work on diploma thesis project and as thermal engineer on the DLR MASCOT team

    Research Activities:

    Development, simulation and testing of experimental Orientation Temperature Sensors
    (OTS) for use in attitude determination of MASCOT:
    ▸ conceptual and detailed design of hardware
    ▸ characterization and evaluation of new thermal GNC sensors in thermal-vacuum tests
    ▸ development and validation of OTS thermal models
    Responsibilities: participation in thermal-vacuum test campaigns of MASCOT EM hardware as shift-responsible thermal-engineer
    Achievements:
    OTS added to the MASCOT design baseline as an additional experimental payload to:
    ▸ validating the attitude determination concept and performance evaluation
    ▸ collecting additional science data on the thermal properties of target asteroid Ryugu

     

    Jan 2012 – Mar 2012
    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Spacecraft Operations
    Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

    Position: 
    German Space Operations Center (GSOC),
    Research Assistant – Werkstudent

    Tasks:
    collection of test procedures and compiling of a test-plan for ESA SCOS (Spacecraft Control and Operation System)

     

    Oct 2009 - Mar 2011
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
    Sagamihara, Japan

    Position:
    Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS),
    Research Student
    Exchange student at Kawaguchi Lab, studying spacecraft systems and astrodynamics

    Research Activities:
    ▸ analysis and design of manned NEO mission concepts including target selection, mass estimation and evaluation of promising architectures
    ▸ participation in spacecraft test and operation activities for the IKAROS solar sail demonstrator

     

    Jun 2008 – Jan 2009
    Technical University Munich (TUM), Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Munich, Germany

    Position:
    Chair of Thermodynamics,
    Research Assistant – Hilfswissenschaftler

    Tasks:
    ▸ assisting with preparation of zero-g combustion experiments for TEXUS rockets and parabolic flights.
    ▸ participation in experiment execution during parabolic flight at the 49th ESA Parabolic Flight Campaign in Bordeaux, France.

     

    Higher Education

    Apr 2014 – Sep 2017
    The University of Tokyo (東 京 大 学 ), Graduate School of Engineering
    Tokyo, Japan
    Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
    MEXT-Program Research and Doctoral Student
    Awarded Degree: Doctor of Engineering, Dr. Eng. ( 博士(工学))
    Dissertation: Self-Pressurised Cold Gas Satellite Propulsion System using Supercritical Phase Transition

     

    Oct 2006 – Mar 2014
    Technical University Munich (TUM), Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Munich, Germany
    Chair of Astronautics
    Awarded Degree: Diplomingenieur, Dipl.–Ing. (M.Sc.) GPA: 1.8 (US: 3.5)
    Thesis: Development of Temperature Sensors for the Attitude Determination of the MASCOT Asteroid Lander
    Semester Thesis 1: Manned Mission to Near-Earth Objects – Target Selection and Evaluation
    Semester Thesis 2: Mass Estimation Tool for Future Human Space Missions
    Study Modules:
    ▸ Astronautics and Systems Engineering
    ▸ Flight System Dynamics and Control

    1.5 year student exchange with The University of Tokyo, Japan from Oct 2009 - Mar 2011


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