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A House version of a stopgap spending bill does not include any special provisions for NASA, which threatens to delay work on lunar landers needed for the agency to achieve its goal of returning astronauts to the moon by 2024. SpaceNews.com
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Xenesis, a laser communications startup, plans to conduct a space-based demonstration of its Xen-Hub Optical Communications terminal in 2021 on Bartolomeo, the Airbus Defense and Space external research platform on the International Space Station. SpaceNews.com
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A group of satellite operators and other organizations have banded together to endorse a set of best practices intended to improve space safety, including measures to minimize the risk of collisions in orbit. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:12-06-2019
     Last Modified:06-08-2019 (12:55)
    Job information
     Current job:Simulation Hardware Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsSystems engineering,next gen air-breathing engines, scramjets, propulsion, cfd
    CV

    Objective

    I am seeking the opportunity to expand my skills, knowledge and experience in an Aerospace-Based Engineering role in Europe. I am eager to learn and am open to tackling a wide range of tasks. I am a strong team player and always complete tasks to a high degree of quality and to deadline. Strategic Planning and problem solving are among my greatest skills.

     

    Professional Experience

    Simulation Hardware Engineer | Rheinmetall Defence Australia (Brisbane)

    Nov 2018 – Jun 2019

    ·Worked in an international collaborative project environment in the early stage design of multiple simulation systems.

    ·Gained thorough exposure to Australia Defence Systems Engineering processs and project milestones.

    ·Worked closely with German team to define and refine System requirements and Verification requirements for multiple simulation systems.

    ·Developed RFQs from technical specifications for Simulation system providers, provided analysis of potential Suppliers and eventual analysis of Supplier Quotes.

    ·Completed a study into Regulatory and Compliance aspects of Simulation System design and delivered seminar to various German teams.

    ·Participated in customer-facing meetings and workshops.

    ·Gained an understanding of Rheinmetall global workings and focus especially in Australia and specifically LAND400. 

     

    Work Experience Student | Nova Systems (Newstead)

    Nov 2017 – feb 2018

    Work Experience Student (with another student) to develop and implement a Route-scheduling system for UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) Traffic Management (UTM) for high density traffic above urban areas. Development of a scheduling algorithm (Python) and AGI Cesium based Visualisation tool. Exposure to the UTM global problem space with industry and university leaders. Experience with several systems-based engineering design tools.

     

    Work Experience Student | Cascade Australia (Darra)

    jun 2017 – nov 2017

    Working in the Engineering and Sales departments to analyse work flow processes using a systems approach and Lean process modelling. Large assortment of forklift attachment designs modelled (Solid Edge) and approved for production including unique designs. Review and update of technical drawings has also been completed.  Immersed into all aspects of manufacturing process and business including Production and Sales.

     

    Research Assistant | Tianjin University (Tianjin, China)

    Jun 2013 - Jul 2013

    Worked with a doctorate student on concept designs (Solidworks) and modelling of a HDR afterloader for body cavities (medical field).

     

    Education

    Master and Bachelor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering |

    University of Queensland

    Feb 2012 – Dec 2017

    Class 2A Honours

    Cumulative GPA 6.22

    Master’s Thesis (High Distinction), 2017

    University of Queensland: Investigation into Quasi-One-Dimensional Scramjet Combustor and boundary-layer combustion numerical modelling under Dr. Vincent Wheatley.

    UQ Excellence scholarship 2012-2016

    Exchange Studies, 2015

    Lund University, Sweden: Studied full masters load with above passing grades (not all courses given in English) and Erasmus Program

    Deans Scholars Program 2012

     

    Diploma of Japanese | University of Queensland

    Feb 2013 – Dec 2017

     

    High School | Ormiston College

    OP 1

    College Dux

    Cross Country and Maths Team Challenge Captain

    Student Mentor

     

    Technical Skills

    Practical CAD Experience in Solid Edge and Solidworks including Engineering Drawings in Manufacturing Setting

    Exposure to FEM and FEA (ANSYS)

    Practical experience with Systems Engineering Design process in a Defence Setting (writing requirements and VRs sets, incorporating these into early design concepts etc.)

    Exposure to a wide range of Systems Engineering concepts and tools (OCD, SDD, Software Architecture Diagrams, DOORS etc.)

    Practical Experience with Systems Safety Engineering Design Tools (HAZOP, FTA, ETA, FMEA etc.)

     

    Practical Experience developing engineering documentation including RFQs and RFIs.

    Practical experience with managing relationships with Defence customers and component suppliers.

    Deep knowledge and practical experience in use of coding platforms such as Python, Matlab, HTML and Javascript. Some exposure to C.

    Deep knowledge of AGI Cesium display

    Practical use and experience with CFD programs Fluent and eilmer3 (UQ in-house program)

    Language abilities in Japanese

     

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