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     Date Submitted:30-10-2019
     Last Modified:30-10-2019 (04:28)
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     Current job:System engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Keywordsspace system engineering AIV

    MSc in Space System Engineering
    Last job: System Engineer at Airbus Defense and Space on behalf of Orbital Critical Systems.

    Date of birth: 25/06/1988. Cádiz (Spain).

    - Physics degree oriented to Fundamental Physics from Cordoba University.
    - MSc in Space Systems (MUSE) at IDR/UPM Institute at Polytechnic University of Madrid (120 credits). 2016-2019
    Project-based learning master.
    Aim: To understand the interfaces and relations between subsystems during the design phases of a space mission.

    - Engineering the Space Shuttle Course from MIT (09/19-Actually)
    - FAA Private Pilot License (Aussie Air Inc, Daytona Beach, Florida). 2009.
    Flight time: 128 h.
    - 2 English courses at ERAU (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University).2008-2009.
    - Padel monitor by FEP (2010). National tennis judge umpire title (2009) and tennis instructor by FAT (2005).


    • 02/2019-09/2019 Airbus Defense and Space (Orbital Critical Systems)
    System Engineer
    - System Requirement Document Specifications for one of the LMC system and its trazability between different interfaces for A400M aircraft.
    - Analysis of requirements and propagation of impacts (PR, CR) to the system from high level requirements to the own system.
    - Software Verification, Validation and testings.

    • 10/2018-02/2019 Indra Sistemas, S.A (Novanotio)
    System Junior Engineer for ATM European Programmes.
    - To specify the high level systems requirements for iACM DFS (German), iSNS LVNL (Lithuania) and Netherland projects.
    - To perform documentations to define the Functional and Physical Architectures of iTEC Suite Core Systems, from the system level to the component level.
    - Analysis of impact from the system to the different documentation.

    • 05/2018-09/2019 National Institute for Aerospace Technology (INTA)
    Space System Engineer (Intership)
    - Acceptation Tests and VCD (Verification Control Document) completition applied to the flight model RLS system for ExoMars Mission.
    - Trazability of high level requirements to component level from science, mission and operational specifications for the different project phases.
    - Compliance and requirements verification with one of the verification methods proposed. • 07/2015-07/2016 Laboratorio de Control de Calidad de la Construcción, Consejería de Fomento y Vivienda. Junta de Andalucia. Position Technical Staff. - Contribution and verification techniques to quality control in the performance of tests. - Matlab programming of calculations and uncertainties of these tests applying EILA plan. - Improvement in the lab efficiency.

    • Different works related to tennis and paddle from 2007 to 2011.

    - 10/2017-01/2018 Adjustment of the 1D / 2R photovoltaic model by using the pseudo-inverse method at Ignacio Da Riva (IDR) Institute.
    - 02/2017-06/2017 UPMSat-2 electrical grounding architecture. The goal of this project was to design the grounding architecture for all hardware elements inside the UPMSat-2 satellite at Ignacio Da Riva (IDR) Institute.
    - 09/2017 ESA Concurrent Engineering Challenge, specifically in Payload Subsystem.
    Participation representing the UPM as Payload Engineer in a lunar mission preliminary development.
    - 11/2016-01/2017 Development of mission analysis and orbit control for a Mars Observation project
    Launch from Cape Canaveral to dock the Dragon Capsule with the ISS. (GMAT and STK).
    - 03/2017-06/2017 Design, development and modelization of structural analysis of a microsatellite.
    Design and development of a composite material structure. AIV procedure plan.(Nastran-Patran, test bench).
    - 04/2017 Analysis of the supersonic flow on the Apollo capsule during its atmosphere re-entry (ANSYS-Fluent).
    - 11/2016-12/2016 Modular parametric design of a microsatellite
    Design, assembly and integration of the wiring of a microsatellite (CATIA).
    - 01/2016-07/2016 Contributor for the “Cátedra Enresa-UCO” project at Córdoba University. Excellency Interuniversity program (Andalucía) and treatment of radioactive particules.
    - 09/2015-09/2016 Contribution to the Physics Departament at Córdoba University: Simulation in the radiation detection of radioactive particles confined in barrels, by the use of the GEANT4 program.

    • Abilities and programs:
    - Space System Engineering (System engineering process, requirements elicitation, formalization and flowdown, traceability, reliability analysis, etc).
    - Space Project Management (Scheduling, project phasing, cost estimation, risk management (M-80), PT, PDR, WBS, etc)
    - Verification & Validation (AIV)
    - Integration and Tests.
    - Power subsystem.
    - Communication system.
    - Orbital Mechanics.
    - Composite Materials.
    - High speed aerodynamics and reentry phenomena.
    - Attitude and Orbital Control System (AOCS).
    - Computerized Numerical Control (CNC).
    - Quality management.
    - ECSS
    - DOORS
    - Jira
    - Enterprise Architec
    - Matlab/Simulink
    - Fortran
    - Structural analysis (FEM): Patran/Nastran.
    - Mechanical design : CATIA (parameterization and harness design)
    - Thermal Control analysis : ESATAN.
    - Mission analysis : GMAT and STK certificate.
    - Space Propulsion : Ecosimpro-Proosis.
    - Aerodynamics : Ansys Fluent.

    • Languages
    - Spanish: Mother tongue.
    - English: good level (stay for a year in the USA and used to work at INTA)
    - French: basic level.

    - II Space Engineering Congress. (November 2017)
    - 7th International Systems & Concurrent Engineering for Space Applications Conference 5-6-7 October (2016).
    - Contest of divulgation about special relativity, Córdoba University (2015).
    - XVII Seminary International of Science, Journalism and environmental protection. (SIPMA 2015)
    - Investigators Night in Córdoba (2014).
    - Divulgation, colaborating with “Paseo por la Ciencia” in Córdoba. (Spring 2012)
    - Relativity and Cosmology, Córdoba University (2012).

    - Driving licence (type B) and own car.
    - High innovation capability and to propose new ideas.
    - Used to work under pressure in demanding environments.
    - Good technical, research and communication skills.
    - Capacity for teamwork.

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