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     Date Submitted:26-06-2020
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     Current job:Flight Segment Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSatellite communications, RF link budget, SpaceCraft AIT, Groud Stations, Systems Engineering,
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    Work experience

     

    CONAE, Buenos Aires, Argentina | www.conae.gov.ar 01.2019 -present

    Responsible for the SAOCOM 1B flight segment | shorturl.at/evzEN

    Responsible for directing and evaluating the integration and testing tasks of the synthetic aperture radar antenna, at SpaceCraft level in the SAOCOM project. In charge of establishing the programmatic and technical objectives at SpaceCraft Level.

    Coordinate with the product assurance team the process quality guidelines, hardware and software elements. Evaluate and approve engineering changes at the satellite level.

    Responsible for making the interfaces between SpaceX's Falcon 9 launcher and SAOCOM1B satellite compatible in the framework of a multiple launch (SAOCOM and two ride share). Including the SpaceCraft processing on the Launch Site (Cape Canaveral).

     

    CONAE, Buenos Aires, Argentina | www.conae.gov.ar 01.2017 -12.2018

    Systems Engineering SAOCOM 1B | shorturl.at/evzEN

    Evaluate engineering changes in the SAOCOM satellite services platform. Make technical evaluation of solutions proposed during the SAOCOM satellite integration and testing process. Evaluate the results of environmental and functional tests.

    Organize, implement and evaluate the radio frequency compatibility tests of the earth stations supporting the SAOCOM mission: Svalbard, Tahiti, Tolhuin, Malindi, Matera. Responsible for working with external partners in technical and logistical aspects.

    Launch site supervision, Vandenberg Air Force (California, United States) of communications tasks. Launch day organization. Launch day participation as SpaceCraft Engineer Manager.

     

    CONAE, Buenos Aires, Argentina | www.conae.gov.ar 06.2011 - 12.2016

    Communications Systems Engineer SAOCOM 1B | shorturl.at/evzEN

    Verification and validation of the S and X band communications system on board the SAOCOM satellites. Including: Evaluation of modulator acceptance tests, TWT, transponders. S-band and X-band antennas.

    Design and implementation of a ground system to test the SAOCOM satellite communications system. End-to-End testing of the communications system, from the on-board computer to the control center.

    Set up from scratch a communications Laboratory. Selection and Training of personnel, management of setting up test benches, procedures and evaluation of results.

     

    CONAE, Buenos Aires, Argentina | www.conae.gov.ar 10.2007 - 06.2011

    Ground Segment Engineer SAC-D | shorturl.at/qtE89

    Work on defining the architecture of the mission ground segment. Definition of requirements of the system to tests the Communication system of the SpaceCraft. presentation of test results.

    Participation on launch campaign as ground segment engineer to support RF communications testing.

    Specification, design, development and testing of of HW converter unit RS422/ECL to TCPIP to process, telemetry and telecomand frames

     

    Education and academic background.

     

    Universidad de Buenos Aires. 2004 to 2006: Research assistant in Amorphous Solids Laboratory: Preparation of samples.

    Universidad Tecnologica Nacional. Tucuman.1995 to 2003 Graduated as Electronics Engineer. I worked as a research assistant in the Laboratory of Upper Atmosphere and Radio Propagation. Teaching Assistant of Physics I (Mechanics)

    Teacher assistant of physics UBA, UTN, UNQui from 2004 to 2011 in different Argentine universities: -National Technological University (Tucuman 2002 to 2004),University of Buenos Aires (School of Engineering from 2005 to 2011),National University of Quilmes, (School of Science April to June 2006)

    Language

    English. Professional level.

    Spanish. Mother Tongue.

     

    Other Information: Scholarships

    2007 - Stay in the Laboratory National synchrotron light Campinas Brazil
    from February 7 to 13 to use the SAXS2 line to analyze thin films and bulk material from the AgGeSe system.
    2006 Stay Laboratoire de Physicochimie de la Matière Condensée Université Montpellier II- Montpellier –France from May 28 to July 1. Purpose of stay: Morphological characterization of thin films made by laser ablation, Scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy.
    2005 Scholarship from the National Agency for Scientific and Technological Promotion To work in the Amorphous Solids Laboratory of the University of Buenos Aires. Purpose of the work To design and develop devices taking advantage of the characteristics of the copper-oxide glasses It is aimed at non-volatile memories and primary batteries. Awarded for the period 2005 to 2008.Resigned in October 2007 for work reasons.
    2004 Research and Development Initiation Grant awarded by the National Technological University. To work in the Upper Atmosphere and Radiopropagation Group (GASuR) in the area of ​​medium and long distance wireless links, doing field tests and feasibility studies for third parties . Training for group members, and recommendation on the purchase of equipment for wireless links.
    2003 Scholarship from the International Center for Theoretical Physics of Trieste Italy to attend the “School on Digital Radio Communications for Research and Training in Developing Countries” held in February 2004 at –the Aeromomy and Radiopropagation Laboratory- of the International Center for Theoretical Physics Trieste, Italy . Course topics: Theory of Wireless Networks of 802.11b and 802.11g Networks. Implementation of local and long distance wireless networks, including field tests,Construction of antennas for 2.4 Ghz -
    2002 Research Grant - Project "Superior atmosphere and radio propagation" National Technological University – Tucumán. : Implementation of data links in UHF. Collaboration in the development and management of programs for the study of ionospheric variables

    Other Information: Conference Talks

    -MilSatCOM Latin America Septiembre 2015, Maceió Brazil. Speaker: Communications systems for Earth Observations Satellites (EOS).

    -MilSatCOM Latin America Agosto 2014, Rio de Janerio Brazil. Speaker: “New trends in Communications systems for Earth Observations Satellites”

    Other Information: PhD Courses.

    11/2010 Escuela de MATERIALES NANOESTRUCTURADOS. Del 8 al 12 de noviembre de 2010. Lugar: La Plata, Buenos Aires,Argentina La temática de este curso estaba vinculada con el uso de radiación

    sincrotrón para el estudio de estructura de materiales.

    06/2007 Escuela Latinoamericana sobre materia condensada: Técnicas experimentales Raman,

    infrarrojo y luz sincrotrón. Universidad del Nordeste Corrientes Argentina. 11 al22 de Ju- nio .En evaluación. Carga Horaria 60Hs.

    09/2006 Introducción a las técnicas de difracción de rayos X de materiales policristalinos ” Dr. A,ngel

    Alvarez Larena de la Univ. Autónoma de Barcelona. Lugar: INTI Buenos Aires 11 al 15 de Septiembre Carga horaria 30 horas. Calificacion 7 Carga horaria 30 hs.

    08/2006 Técnicas experimentales para investigaciones estructurales en escala nanométrica: SAXS,

    GISAXS, ASAXS y XRR” (SAXS: Small-Angle X-ray Scattering; GISAXS: Glancing Incidence Small-Angle X-ray Scattering; XRR: X-Ray Reflectometry; ASAXS: Anomalous Small-Angle X-ray Scat- tering)”. Pofesores Dr.

    Aldo Craievich, Instituto de Física, Universidad de San Pablo, Brasil Dr. Guinter Kellermann, Laboratorio Nacional de Luz Sincrotrón, Brasil CITEFA, Buenos Aires, 28 de agosto-1 de septiembre de 2006 Cali- ficación: 7 Carga horaria 15Hs.

    Other Information: Published Papers.

    Raman spectroscopy of chalcogenide thin films prepared by PLD M. Erazú, J. Rocca, M. Fontana, A. Ureña, B. Arcondo,A.Pradel Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Volume 495, Issue 2, 16 April 2010, Pages 642-645.

    Crystallization process on amorphous GeTeSb samples near to eutectic point Ge15Te85 Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids,Volume 355, Issues 37-42, 1 October 2009, Pages 2068-2073 J.Rocca, M. Erazú, M. Fontana, B. Arcondo.

    Analyses of intrinsic inhomogeneity and metal segregation in samples of AgGeSe glasses Physica B: Condensed Mat- ter, Volume 404, Issue 18, 1 October 2009, Pages 2816-2818 J.M. Conde Garrido, J.A. Rocca, M. Erazú, M.A. Ureña, M.Fontana, B. Arcondo.

    The effect of adding a bit of Fe to Ag-Ge-Se system Arcondo, B., Ureña, M.A., Erazú, M., Rocca, J., Fontana, M. Hyperfine Interactions 182 (1-3), pp. 137-147

    Day-to-day variability of ionospheric characteristics in the American sector Advances in Space Research, Volume 34,Issue 9, 2004, Pages 1887-1893 R.G. Ezquer, M. Mosert, R.Corbella, M. Erazú, S.M. Radicella, M. Cabrera, L. de laZerda

    Variability of foF2 over the American sector Autores: R.G.Ezquer M. Mosert R. Corbella y M. Erazú and S. M. Radicella. Pagina 11, Proceedings of the IRI Task force activity 2003 ISBN 9295003 27-6.

    Variability of Inosoheric characteristic over Japan Autores:R.G.Ezquer M. Mosert L. de la Zerda and M. Erazú. Página 41 ,Proceedings of the IRI Task force activity 2003 ISBN 929500327-6


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