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     Date Submitted:19-09-2019
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     Current job:Project Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsISAE-SUPAERO engineer, specialized in spacecraft design, control systems and control theory International experience, polyglot (french-english-russian-german)
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    Citizenship: French

    EDUCATION

    2014-2018: ISAE-SUPAERO (Toulouse) – French Superior Aerospace Engineering Institute

    SUPAERO engineering degree (MSc) – “Space Passion” prize awarded by the Alumni Association

    Specialization in design and operation of space systems (space environment, spacecraft design…)

    Expertise in signals and systems (automation, control systems, guidance and navigation…)

    2016-2017: One-year exchange at Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Moscow, Russia), classes in Russian

    Department of “Dynamics and flight control of rockets and spacecraft” (SM-3)

    2012-2014: Two-year intensive preparation program for engineering schools’ entry exam (Lyon, France)

    LINGUISTIC SKILLS

    French:                Mother tongue

    English:                C2 – Bilingual, Cambridge CAE (Certificate of Advanced English) with grade A

    Russian:               C1 – Fluent, professional use, two years studying and working in Russia

    German:               B1/B2 – Eight years of study, five months working in Germany

    Spanish:               А2 – Basic: two years of study, used during trips

    IT SKILLS              MATLAB-Simulink, ROS, Gazebo, Python, Java, C, Catia V5, AutoCAD, Revit, MS Office, LaTeX…

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    2019       Project Engineer at BLEZAT. Based in Moscow, I currently provide support on food industry factory projects in Russia. Basic Design of factories according to French clients’ needs. Assisting the client during the detailed design phase, carried out by Russian design offices.

    Skills – factory design, food industry standards, intercultural project management, AutoCAD, Revit

    2018       Final internship at the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia
    International scientific cooperation. Creation of a rover simulator. It is designed to study the influence of isolation and confinement on astronauts’ ability to perform complex teleoperation tasks during long-duration spaceflight.
    Skills – Programming skills, ROS-Gazebo, Python, intercultural communication, human factors in space

    2017       Internship at ESA-EAC: European Space Agency’s European Astronaut Center, Cologne, Germany

    Design and implementation of a spacecraft simulator for astronaut training in the field of orbital mechanics, particularly cislunar orbital mechanics, to prepare European astronauts for future missions.

    Skills – Autonomous work, systems engineering, orbital mechanics, international work environment

    2015      Internship at the French Embassy in Bucharest, Romania, working for industrial cooperation.

    Skills – Negotiations with industry and administration representatives, intercultural problem-solving

    SPACE – engineering, science, technology, organization, communication, international cooperation

    July 2016: BMSTU Youth Space Center International Summer School Space Development: Theory and Practice

    June 2016: XII Summer Space School (Samara University)

    April 2016: NASA Space Apps Challenge 2016 in Vienna: 3rd place with a jetpack and exoskeleton concept for Mars

    February 2016 and March 2017: Simulations of Martian Life in the Utah Desert (Utah, USA): crew engineer,
    executive officer, preparing and carrying out experiments (science, technology, psychology…)

    Supaero Space Section (design and construction of experimental rockets with CNES): communication

    Pôle Espace ISAE (organization of space related events and conferences): secretary

    Participation in SpaceUp X (Palaiseau, France, 2015) and SpaceUp Skoltech (Skolkovo, Russia, 2017 and 2018)

    MISCELLEANOUS – associative work, humanities, traveling

    January 2017: Trans-Siberian train solo from Moscow (Russia) to Ulan-Bator (Mongolia) then Beijing (China)

    2015: President and founder of the Arts Association in Supaero (Association des Arts de l’ISAE)

    Summer 2010 and 2012: Road to Santiago (Spain: Burgos-Santiago: about 600 km by foot)

    6 years of drama, 3 years of theatrical improvisation, president of the Supaero improvisation club, les Impropulsifs

    SPORT  5 years of athletics in a club, two of those specialized in sprint (hundred dash), regular running since


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