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     Date Submitted:02-09-2020
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     Current job:Mission Manager / Satellite System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Space Tourism
     KeywordsSatellite Operation
    CV

    SUMMARY
    Aerospace Engineer with vast experience on Satellite Operation for Earth Observation, Project Management and Quality Process Management.
    Excellent communication and relationship-building skills; oriented to results, motivated by research, development and application of new technologies to the industry.
    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Space Project Management.
    • Space Sciences.
    • CDF and FEM Methods.
    • Optimization Methods.
    • Quality Process Management
    EXPERIENCE
    Mission Planning Engineer, 2008 to present.
    Space Operations Squadron, Chilean Air Force. Santiago, Chile.
    • Planning of the satellite FASat-C mission.
    • Maintenance the system associated to the operation of the satellite platform FASat-C and the control station for the satellite.
    • Advisory on satellites operations and design for new Satellite Projects to the Chilean Air Force.
    Satellite Engineer, Attitude and Control System, 2015 to present.
    Space Operations Squadron, Chilean Air Force. Santiago, Chile.
    • Maintenance of the attitude control system for the platform FASat-C.
    Mission Manager, Currently position.
    Space Operations Squadron, Chilean Air Force. Santiago, Chile.
    • Management and advice of the FASat-C operations.
    Supervisor of the Quality Management System, 2012 to present.
    Space Operations Squadron, Chilean Air Force. Santiago, Chile.
    • Design, support and management of the ISO 9001 Quality System.
    Civil Professor, 2011 to present.
    Aeronautic Polytechnic Academy, Chilean Air Force. Santiago, Chile.
    • Civil Professor of Mechanics and Dynamics of Fluids.
    • Civil Professor of Mechanics of Solids.
    • Civil Professor of Satellite Communications.
    EDUCATION
    • B.Sc. in the University of Concepción, Chile (2006).
    • Aerospace Engineer, University of Concepción, Chile (2008).
    • Satellite Engineer, Astrium Space School, Toulouse, France (2009).
    • M.Sc. Major in Mechanics, University of Chile, Chile (2016).
    SKILLS
    • Critical Analysis.
    • Flexible.
    • Dependable.
    • Team worker
    • Python.
    • MySQL.
    • Scilab.
    • STK.
    • Ansys.
    CONFERENCES
    • “Design Automation for Satellite Passive Thermal Control, in Small Satellite System and Services.
    4S Symposium (2012). Portoroz, Slovenia.
    • Design Automation of Passive Thermal Control for CubeSat using Age-Layered Population Structures (ALPS), in UN/Japan Nano-Satellite Symposium (2013). Nagoya, Japan.
    Evolutionary design of a satellite thermal control system: Real experiments for a CubeSat mission.
    Applied Thermal Engineering, 2016, vol. 105, p. 490-500.


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