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The Southwest Research Institute won a $15.6 million contract to design and build the Solar Wind Plasma Sensor for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Follow On (SWFO) Lagrange 1 satellite. SpaceNews
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L3Harris Technologies won four National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration contracts worth a combined $2.55 million for design studies of weather satellites, instruments and mission concepts. SpaceNews
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Wed, 01 Jul 2020 23:04:05 +0000
The U.S. government “will not award the identified contracts at this time.” SpaceNews
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Arianespace announced early Wednesday that it has pushed back the small launch vehicle's upcoming mission, carrying 53 smallsats, until at least Aug. 17. SpaceNews
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A committee charged with giving the U.S. government advice on space-based navigation services concluded that the FCC’s approval of Ligado’s 5G network is a “high-risk” decision that jeopardizes GPS services. SpaceNews
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Amazon Web Services is increasing its effort to sell cloud services to the space industry through the formation of a dedicated business segment called “Aerospace and Satellite Solutions.”  SpaceNews
Wed, 01 Jul 2020 01:15:36 +0000
Ball Aerospace won four National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration contracts worth a combined $2.32 million for weather satellite and instrument design studies. SpaceNews
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Tue, 30 Jun 2020 23:27:06 +0000
The launch of NASA’s next Mars rover mission has been delayed to no earlier than July 30 because of a launch vehicle processing issue, the latest in a series of slips that have now used up nearly half of the available launch opportunities for the mission. SpaceNews
Tue, 30 Jun 2020 21:52:30 +0000
This was the first time SpaceX recovered a booster following a National Security Space Launch mission. SpaceNews
Tue, 30 Jun 2020 17:27:02 +0000
Hughes Network Systems and Inmarsat are asking the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to amend its C-band auction plans to avoid giving Intelsat and SES an unfair competitive advantage in other spectrum bands and neighboring markets.  SpaceNews
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     Date Submitted:18-06-2020
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     Current job:Additive Manufacturing Research Scientist/ Materials and Processes Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsMaterials, processes, additive manufacturing, research, development, structures, design, analysis, test, qualification, multi-material, multi-metal, metallics, titanium, aluminium, aluminum, steel, high strength, ceramics, composites, polymers, polymeric
    CV

    PROFILE

    Nine years in materials, processes, structures, design, analysis, testing, qualification, and Additive Manufacturing (AM) within the aerospace industry.

    Managing application- specific AM R&D projects including a €1.8m multi-material AM development for aircraft and spacecraft.

    Dual UK and Irish passport holder

     

    EXPERIENCE

    Airbus Central Research and Technology, Bristol, UK Jan 2018 to present

    Additive Manufacturing (AM) Research Scientist

    • Coordinating global €1.8m multi-metal AM development: planning, partner identification and selection, materials and processes research, CATIA design, and CTE mismatch stress analysis

    • Technical advisor for high strength steel AM development

    • AM production control system implementation, facility management, and process improvement

    • Polymer AM research: Materials development, project management, operation of AM machines

    • Invention disclosures, proposal and progression of TRL1 research

     

    Airbus Defence and Space, Stevenage, UK Sep 2012 to Dec 2017

    Structures Design Engineer

    • Numerous material and process developments: metallics, ceramics, composites, polymerics, forming, bonding, and dissimilar metal joining

    • Managed a two year €275k ESA project on verification of AM processes with Thales Alénia Space, Ariane Group, Volum-e, LAAM, and 3D systems

    • €250k project for AM of propellant tanks, pushed ahead of schedule

    • Planned and managed AM process qualification within multi-disciplinary team and authored all documentation for production of space hardware

    • Design, analysis, and test of spacecraft assemblies and parts for multiple platforms including critical shock attenuation system for LISA Pathfinder

    • Bids to ESA for major projects PLATO and eDeorbit

     

    Airbus, Bristol, UK Sep 2009 to Sep 2010

    Stress Engineer Internship

    • A350 carbon fibre wing stress analysis with NASTRAN/PATRAN and strain gauge mapping for major wing tests

    • Carbon fibre fire testing

     

    EDUCATION

    Cranfield University, Bedfordshire UK Sep 2011 to Sep 2012

    MSc Engineering and Management of Manufacturing Systems

    • Thesis: Reverse engineering product: SEM, coatings, metallography

    • Honour: €9000 Cranfield grant for future contribution to manufacturing

     

    University of the West of England, Bristol UK Sep 2007 to Jul 2011

    BEng Aerospace Systems Engineering - First Class Hons

    • Thesis: Novel CFRP NDI: Experiments, MATLAB, thermography, ultrasonics

    • Honour: €7000 Airbus grant for future contribution to the aerospace industry

     

    SOFTWARE

    • CATIA

    • Solidworks

    • Autodesk Fusion 360

    • Hypermesh

    • NASTRAN/PATRAN

    • FEMAP

    • MAGICS

    • DOORS

    • Linux/Unix

    • MATLAB

     

    LANGUAGES

    • French – basic

    • Spanish – basic


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