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     Date Submitted:25-07-2019
     Last Modified:12-08-2019 (12:44)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Engineering MS graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Keywordsmultidisciplinary education, software engineering, systems engineering, mission analysis, electrical engineering, physics ESA trainee

    2016 – 2019 Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) Delft, Netherlands
    Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering, specialization in Space Flight (Space Exploration profile)
    GPA: 8.47/10.00 (cum laude)
    Thesis: Massive Parallelization of Trajectory Propagations Using GPUs

    2012 – 2016 Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Budapest, Hungary
    Bachelor of Science in Physics, specialization in Astronomy
    GPA: 4.20/5.00
    Thesis: Dynamic Evolution of Protoplanetary Disks

    2010 – 2014 Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) Budapest, Hungary
    Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, specialization in Media Communication Technologies and Systems
    Grade of the degree: Excellent (4.53/5.00)
    Thesis: Aeroacoustic Simulation of the Edge Tone


    Work Experience
    Mar 2018 – Dec 2018 Trainee at European Space Agency (Mission Analysis Section) Darmstadt, Germany
    External master’s thesis project; adaptation and optimization of environmental models (gravity model, ephemeris model, etc.) for massive parallelization of trajectory propagations using GPUs; software development with CUDA C++.

    Oct 2017 – Feb 2018 Intern at OHB System AG (Mission Analysis Team) Bremen, Germany
    Development of a precise orbit propagator software written in C and Matlab (MEX); implementation of new modules in the software (tide model, variable time-step integrator with dense output interpolation, propagation of covariance matrices, etc.); validation and documentation.

    Sep 2012 – Dec 2014 Teaching Assistant at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Department of Broadband Infocommunications and Electromagnetic Theory)
    Giving lecture of the practical part of the BSc course Signals and Systems in front of 25-30 students (linear and non-linear system analysis, discrete-time systems, Fourier transform, Laplace transform); correcting tests, exams and written homework; holding consultations.

    Jul 2013 – Sep 2013 Engineering Intern at Reziduum Ltd. Budapest, Hungary
    Research activities for the Scientific Students’ Associations Conference and preparation for the BSc thesis project (Aeroacoustic Simulation of the Edge Tone).


    Academic Research & Projects
    Feb 2017 – May 2017 Magnetosphere of Neptune (TU Delft, Department of Astrodynamics and Space Missions)
    Designed a low budget mission for the reconnaissance of Neptune’s magnetosphere as a member in a student group project for the on-campus elective course Planetary Sciences at TU Delft.

    Sep 2014 – May 2016 Dynamic Evolution of Protoplanetary Disks (ELTE, Department of Astronomy)
    Optimised an n-body simulation written in C++ for close encounters between the bodies, applying regularization methods. Used self-developed Matlab code for data processing and interpretation of the findings. Created BSc thesis based on the aforementioned research.

    Sep 2014 – Dec 2014 Rocket and Balloon Experiments for University Students (REXUS/BEXUS)
    Participated in a Czech–Hungarian research team, which studied the disruption of organic molecules under UV exposure. Upgraded the BME Space Research Group’s absorbance measurement and held a presentation at the REXUS/BEXUS Selection Workshop in ESTEC, Netherlands.

    Sep 2013 – May 2015 European Student Earth Orbiter Power Distribution Unit Project (BME, Space Research Group)
    Designed and created the Power Management Unit (PMU) simulator and the LVDS circuits for the FPGA. Published a conference poster as a co-author at the Hungarian Space Research Forum.


    May 2015 The Power Distribution Unit of the European Student Earth Orbiter Satellite
    Conference Poster at Hungarian Space Exploration Forum, Sopron
    Authors: M. Geda, K. M. Osbáth, B. Ágoston, I. Bojtor, Zs. Váradi


    Dec 2018 ID Verified Certificate (edX): MITx – 16.885x: Engineering the Space Shuttle
    May 2017 ID Verified Certificate (edX): MITx – 6.005.2x: Advanced Software Construction in Java
    April 2017 ID Verified Certificate (edX): EPFLx – EE585x: Space Mission Design and Operations
    December 2016 ID Verified Certificate (edX): MITx – 6.005.1x: Software Construction in Java
    October 2015 International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Overall Band Score: 8.0/9.0
    March 2015 Honor Code Certificate (edX): MITx – 6.00.1x: Introduction to Computer Science and Programming Using Python
    June 2015 ID Verified XSeries Certificate (edX): ANUx Astrophysics (four courses)
    December 2014 ID Verified Certificate (edX): DelftX – ET.3034TU Solar Energy


    Hungarian (native), English (excellent), Russian (basic)


    Computer Skills
    Excellent Knowledge: C/C++, Matlab, LATEX, Microsoft Office
    Intermediate Knowledge: Java, Python, Linux, Git, CUDA, Adobe Photoshop
    Basic Knowledge: HTML, CSS, PHP, SQL, Android

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