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     Date Submitted:20-05-2019
     Last Modified:10-09-2019 (03:47)
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     Current job:Head of AIT
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsAssembly, Integration, Test. Mechanical Design. Project Management. Schedule planning. Team Coordination. Cost control. Design trade-off. Test planning and procedure
    CV

    MOTIVATION LETTER 

    My university studies and work experience provided me with knowledge and skills in mechanical design, assembly, integration and test. I am an expert in trade-offs between different design alternatives considering the different materials, manufacturing and processes. I performed the design of accurate structures, structural analysis, manufacturing and verification. I managed activities of space projects such as risk assessment, task management, cost control, team management and schedule planning. I have consolidated skills in assembly and integration methods for mechanical structures and mechanisms. I performed qualification and acceptance test campaigns for flight hardware of subsystems. My responsibilities also included the elaboration of design and development plans.

    I have more than 9 years of experience in a space field, working in the companies called Arquimea Ingenieria and LIDAX. I took the role of the financial and schedule control of space projects for the developing the space actuator devices based on SMA technology. I was the head of the space actuator group of Arquimea Ingenieria and I was in charge of the actuators production. I have been the project manager of two R&D projects of the European Space Agency. I was the technical coordinator of a European project in the frame of H2020 program. I have been AIT manager for MeteoSat Third Generation Telescope Optics developing schedule control, team management, supervision of AIT activities and performing test campaigns. These projects were developed in an international environment in which a high level of English language is mandatory. Moreover, I was associated professor of Carlos III University holding lectures in English language.

    I am currently the head of the AIT group of LIDAX. My responsibilities include the management and development of AIT capabilities in order to provide service to the projects and R&D activities of the company.

    DATE OF BIRTH      24 April 1980

    NATIONALITY        Spanish

    EDUCATION

    9 March 2007

    He got the Ph.D. degree in Mechanical and Civil Engineering at University of Cassino in Italy.

    16 March 2007 –

    24 October 2008

    Post-doc position at IIT (Italian Institute of Technology) in Genoa – Italy.

    21 March 2003

    He got the Mechanical Engineer Master degree at the University of Los Andes in Venezuela.

    PERIODS OF STUDY ABROAD

    18-22 June 2018

    Period of study in Madrid (Spain) attending the course on AGILE SCRUM

    28-31 June 2018

    Period of study at the European Space Agency (Netherlands) attending and presentation in the 15th European Conference on Spacecraft Structure, Material and Environmental Testing

    26 – 27 September 2011

    Period of study in Constance (Germany) attending the Space Tribology Course of the European Space Tribology Laboratory.

    23 – 25 September 2015

    Period of study in Bilbao (Spain) attending and presentation of a poster in the 16th European Space Mechanism and Tribology Symposium.

    29 – 30 April 2015

    Period of study at the European Space Agency (Netherlands) attending and presentation in the ESA-Eurospace Exploration Workshop.

    10 – 13 March 2015

    Period of study at the European Space Agency (Netherlands) attending and presentation in the Mechanism’s Final Presentation Days 2015. 

    28 – 30 September 2011

    Period of study in Constance (Germany) attending and presentation of a paper in the 14th European Space Mechanism and Tribology Symposium.

    15 – 17 February 2012

    Period of study at the European Space Agency (Netherlands) attending the Tribology Workshop and Mechanism’s Final Presentation Days 2012. 

    31 January – 01 February 2013

    Period of study at the European Space Agency (Netherlands) attending and presentation in the Mechanism’s Final Presentation Days 2013. 

    25 – 27 September 2013

    Period of study in Noordwijk (Netherlands) attending and presentation of a poster in the 15th European Space Mechanism and Tribology Symposium.

    12 – 13 June 2014

    Period of study at the European Space Agency (Netherlands) attending and presentation in the Mechanism’s Final Presentation Days 2014. 

    23 – 25 June 2014

    Period of study in Bremen (Germany) attending and presentation of a poster in ACTUATOR 2014.

    11-12 February 2015

    Period of study in Noordwijkerhout (Netherlands) attending and presentation of a poster in the 1st PERASPERA workshop.

    LANGUAGES

    3 February 2001 -

    20 August 2003

    Linguistic course of English at CEVAM (Centro Venezolano Americano de Merida) in Merida (Venezuela), proficiency level.

    27 September -

    13 December 2003

    Linguistic course of Italian at CRI (Centro Rappoti Internazionali) in Cassino (Italy), proficiency level.

    3 May –

    8 August 2003

    Linguistic course of Italian at Escuela de Idiomas Modernos in Merida (Venezuela), intermediate level.

    28 September -

    10 December 2002

    Linguistic course of Italian at CRI (Centro Rappoti Internazionali) in Cassino (Italy), first level.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

    Since January 2018

    LIDAX

    (Spain)

    He works as head of AIT group, developing the following activities:

    Management and development of AIT capabilities in order to provide service to the projects and R&D activities of the company.

    Definition of procedures and methods of AIT inside the company.

    Management of the schedule in order to ensure the personnel availability for the execution of projects and R&D activities.

    Management of the team groups for the correct execution of projects and R&D activities.

    Ensure the proper training of the AIT personnel in order to develop the professional career of the staff.

    Support to the Project Managers for invoicing the AIT activities to the projects in progress.

    Support the System Engineers for the proper verification of the project requirements.

    Support the business development for the elaboration of technical proposals to potential customers and analysis of potential business opportunities.

    Financial management of the AIT group.

    Investment analysis for the development of the AIT capabilities of the company.

    AIT KPI definitions in line with the strategies of the operation department of the company.

    Risk analysis in the execution of AIT activities in projects and R&D.

    Support to the human resources in the hiring process, salary and performance reviews of AIT personnel.

    Subcontractor management and negotiation for required support in the development of AIT activities.

    Support to TIC department for the acquisition of new sources and maintenance of information systems of the company.

    Support of QA and PA for the supervision of the AIT activities and the delivery hardware

    Since September 2017

    LIDAX

    (Spain)

    He works as AIT Manager of MeteoSat Third Generation Telescope Optics, developing the following activities:

    AIT activities at TSESO premises in Aix-en-Provence, France.

    Test campaign development at CTA and IDR. premises in Vitoria and -Madrid, Spain, respectively.

    Elaboration of technical documentation.

    Test campaign definition.

    Coordination of test team.

    Direct negotiation with customers and suppliers

    Management of schedule

    December 2015 – September 2017

    LIDAX

    (Spain)

    He worked as senior AIT engineer in MeteoSat Third Generation Telescope Optics, developing the following activities:

    AIT activities at TSESO premises in Aix-en-Provence, France.

    Test campaign development at TAS premises in Cannes, France.

    Elaboration of technical documentation.

    Test campaign definition.

    January 2019 – June

    LIDAX

    (Spain)

    He worked in the following projects:

    STL for SATLANTIS, Technical Solution for the ISIM 170 Cameras, on the development of optical tests at INTA premises

    CHS for ESA Development of Cryogenic Heat Switch in the 30-80k temperature range, on the definition of environmental tests and elaboration of technical documentation

    January 2011 – June 2015

    Arquimea

    Ingeniería

    (Spain)

    He worked as R+D senior engineer and head of space actuators group, developing the following activities:

    Project management

    Subcontractor management

    Design reviewer

    Direct negotiation with customer (mainly ESA)

    Definition and elaboration of technical documentation

    Definition, planning and development of qualification and acceptance test campaigns

    Development, planning and development of AIT activities

    Support the business development for the elaboration of technical proposals to potential customers and analysis of potential business opportunities.

    Development of QA and PA activities

    June 2015 – December 2015

    Arquimea

    Ingeniería

    (Spain)

    He worked as R+D senior engineer and space actuators production, developing the following activities:

    Subcontractor management

    Direct negotiation with customer

    Definition and elaboration of technical documentation

    Definition, planning and development of acceptance test campaigns

    Development, planning and development of AIT activities

    Development of QA and PA activities

    January 2015 – December 2015

    Arquimea

    Ingeniería

    (Spain)

    Participation in the H2020 project: “REACT”, as technical coordinator of the consortium.

    January 2014 – June 2015

    UC3M

    (Spain)

    He worked as associated professor in the automation department.

    October 2008 – December 2010

    UC3M

    (Spain)

    He worked as visiting professor in the automation department.

    January 2010 – June 2015

    Arquimea

    Ingeniería

    (Spain)

    -

    UC3M

    (Spain)

    Participation in the projects:

    Mars Environmental Instrumentation for Ground and Atmosphere (MEIGA), as design engineer.

    Assessment on Smart Materials for Space Mechanisms, as design engineer.

    Development and Qualification of a European Pin Puller, as project manager as well as design and test engineer.

    Design of a Robotic Arms for MANFRED Robot, as design engineer.

    Space Actuators Development, as project manager as well as design and test engineer.

    Resettable SMA Hold Down and Release Actuator For General Use in Satellite System (React), as project manager as well as design and test engineer.

    11801 AEROSEKUR-Pin Puller V1-500, as project manager as well as design and test engineer.

    12802 - HANSEN 5 PP500, as project manager as well as design and test engineer.

    January 2010 – June 2014

    Arquimea

    Ingeniería

    (Spain)

    -

    UC3M

    (Spain)

    Supervisor of the bachelor thesis:

    “Diseño, Cálculo, Fabricación y Calibración de un Utillaje de Ensayo, para la Calificación de unos Actuadores de la Industria Aeroespacial”.

    “Validación Experimental de una Cámara que Simula las Condiciones de Polvo en la Atmósfera de Marte”.

    “Sistema de Liberación Basado en la Rotura del Elemento de Anclaje”.

    PUBLICATIONS

    Marcelo Collado, Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Ramiro Cabás, José María San Juan, Sandro Patti, Jean Michel Lautier, “Characterization Results of A Novel Shape Memory Alloy and Pin Puller Mechanisms Based on this Technology”, 14th European Space Mechanism and Tribology Symposium ESMATS 2011, Constance – Germany, 2011, pp 289 – 296.

    Francisco Alvarez, Marcelo Collado, Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Ramiro Cabás,  “Qualification Results of the Qualification Model of a Rotary Actuator Based on Shape Memory Alloy for Operation in Mars”, 14th European Space Mechanism and Tribology Symposium ESMATS 2011, Constance – Germany, 2011, pp 409 – 414.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Ramiro Cabás, José María San Juan, Sandro Patti, Jean Michel Lautier, “A Pin Puller Development Based on a New SMA Technology”, International Conference and Exhibition on New Actuators and Drive Systems, ACTUATOR 2012, Bremen – Germany, 2012, pp 482 - 485.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Francisco Alvarez, Ramiro Cabás, José María San Juan, Sandro Patti, Jean Michel Lautier, “Ultra-low-weight Rotary Actuator for Operation in Mars and Pin Puller Mechanism Based on a Novel Shape Memory Alloy Technology”, 41st Aerospace Mechanism Symposium AMS 2012, Pasadena – USA, 2012.

    Marcelo Collado, Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Saúl Herranz, Ramiro Cabás, José María San Juan, Sandro Patti, Jean Michel Lautier, “Characterization Results of a Novel Shape Memory Alloy”, 12th European Conference on Spacecraft Structure, Material and Environmental Testing, Noordwijk – Netherlands, 2012, paper 2398217.

    Francisco Alvarez, Marcelo Collado, Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Ramiro Cabás, “Rotary Actuator Based on Shape Memory Alloy for Operation in Mars”, Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies Conference and Exposition SMST 2012, Prague – Czech Republic, 2013.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Ramiro Cabás, “REACT: Resettable Hold Down and Release Actuator for Space Applications”, Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies Conference and Exposition SMST 2012, Prague – Czech Republic, 2013.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Ramiro Cabás, “New Pin Puller Based on SMA Technology for Space Applications”, Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies Conference and Exposition SMST 2012, Prague – Czech Republic, 2013.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Ramiro Cabás, “New Deployment Mechanism Based on SMA Technology for Space Application”, 15th European Space Mechanism and Tribology Symposium ESMATS 2013, Noordwijk – Netherlands, 2013, P-02.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Ramiro Cabás, “REACT: Resettable Hold Down and Release Actuator for Space Applications”, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, Vol.23, No. 7, 2014, pp. 2704-2711.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Ramiro Cabás, “New Pin Puller Based on SMA Technology for Space Applications”, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, Vol. 23, No. 7, 2014, pp. 2712-2718.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Ramiro Cabás, “Qualification Campaign of New Pin Puller and HDRM Based on Shape Memory Alloy Technology”, International Conference and Exhibition on New Actuators and Drive Systems, ACTUATOR 2014, Bremen – Germany, 2014, P-08.

    European Patent Nº 14382027.2, Linear Actuator Device.

    European Patent Nº 11382333.0, Linear Actuator Device.

    Collado, M.; Nava, N.; Rivera, C.; López-Ferreño, I.; San Juan, J, “Validation of a High Temperature Shape Memory Alloy for Space Applications”, International Symposium on Materials in the Space Environment ISMSE 13, Pau-France, 2015.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, Marcelo Collado, Massimo Palladino, Sandro Patti, “A Novel Hold-Down and Release Mechanism for Non-Explosive Actuators Based on SMA Technology”, 16th European Space Mechanism and Tribology Symposium ESMATS 2015, Bilbao – Spain, 2015, # 97382 / 20.

    Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez, David Lopez, Carole Douville De Fassu, “A Test Baseplate for MeteoSat Third Generation Telescope Optics: Flexible and Novel Design”, 15th European Conference on Spacecraft Structure, Material and Environmental Testing, Noordwijk – Netherlands, 2018.


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