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     Date Submitted:11-06-2019
     Last Modified:12-06-2019 (07:51)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Electrical Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordssystem level hardware design, embedded hardware, embedded software, high altitude balloon, assembly and integration, testing




    Electrical engineer

    C3S Electronics Development LLC, Budapest (Hungary)

    Embedded software development of satellite on-board systems

    Business or sector Aerospace


    Founder/Lead Engineer

    UPRA Development Team, Budapest (Hungary)

    Business or sector Aerospace, Education


    Software tester

    NNG Software Developing and Commercial LLC, Budapest (Hungary)

    Managing and performing tests of general and customized navigation software; Attending on field
    tests with customer QA teams; Maintenance of the navigation devices (HW support, OS updates,
    etc.); Contacting with the customer

    Business or sector Information Technology


    Chief Project Manager

    Robotics Department of Simonyi Károly College for Advanced Studies, Budapest (Hungary)

    Managing the project board of the Robotics Department; Represent the projects at the leader board of
    the Department; Assisting projects/project managers in early development stage; Being responsible
    for annual and semi-annual project reports; Organizing semi-annual project presentations; Developing
    project management workflow of the Department

    Business or sector Education



    Robotics Department of Simonyi Károly College for Advanced Studies, Budapest (Hungary)

    Managing the leader board of the Robotics Department; Representing the Department at the leader
    board of Simonyi Károly College for Advanced Studies; Representing the Department at official
    meetings; Being responsible for annual and semi-annual reports and tenders of the Department

    Business or sector Education





    Electrical Engineer

    EQF level 6

    Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest (Hungary)

    - Embedded systems
    - Microcontrollers
    Development of a general purpose microcontroller based on-board controller for unmanned vehicles


    Maturity Certificate

    EQF level 4

    Zrínyi Miklós High School, Zalaegerszeg (Hungary)




    Mother tongue(s)


    Other language(s)


    Communication skills

    Good presentation and communication skills; Experience with presenting at conferences

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Experience with project management

    Job-related skills

    Electronic hardware design softwares:
    Cadsoft Eagle; Altium Designer (basic level)

    Programming skills:
    C, C++, Assembly, MatLab (basic level), Python (basic level), JavaScript (basic level)

    Hand soldering:
    THT and SMD components

    Measuerement with laboratory equipment

    Assembly of flying hardware (High Altitude Ballon avionics)



    Digital skills


    Information processing


    Content creation




    Proficient user

    Proficient user

    Proficient user

    Proficient user

    Proficient user


    Digital skills - Self-assessment grid


    MS Office; Google Sketchup; Autodesk Fusion 360 (basic level)

    Adobe Illustrator (basic level); Adobe Photoshop (basic level); Adobe Premiere Pro (basic level); Avid Media Composer;

    Atlassian softwares


    Driving licence






    Simonyi Conference - April 2012 - Development of Autonomous Mobile Exploration Rovers (oral presentation)

    Simonyi Conference- April 2014 - Students at the Edge of Space (oral presentation)

    1ST SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - January 2015 - Balloon Platform for High Altitude Research (oral presentation)

    Simonyi Conference - April 2016 - ReHAB Balloon Platform for High Altitude Research (oral presentation)

    2ND SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - April 2018 - Testing for High Altitude Balloon Missions (poster presentation)

    Simonyi Conference - April 2018 - Development and Testing for the Stratosphere (oral presentation)

    H-Space Conference - February 2019 - Educational Aspects of Developing a High Altitude Balloon Platform (poster presentation in cooperation with Zsófia Bodó)

    H-Space Conference - February 2019 - Developing Balloon-Borne Payload for Remote Sensing Applications (oral presentation in cooperation with Zsófia Bodó)


    Balloon platform for high altitude research
    December, 2015
    European Space Agency (ESA)
    1st Symposium on Space Educational Activities, 9-12 december 2015, Padova (Italy)



    Testing for High Altitude Balloon Missions (SSEA-2018-71)
    ISBN 978-963-313-286-9
    Federated Innovation and Knowledge Centre of Budapest University of Technology and Economics
    2st Symposium on Space Educational Activities, 11-13 April 2018, Budapest (Hungary)


    ESA Academy - Concurrent Engineering Workshop
    20/09/2016 - 23/09/2016
    Disciplines: Communication and Data Handling Subsystem


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