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    Space Systems Engineer

     

    Work experience

    August 2020 – January 2021

    Intern, SES Satellites – Den Haag, Netherlands

    Contingency planning for in orbit satellite failures.

    Put restoration plans in place, providing restoration options matrices that could fit a given satellites within the SES fleet, in order to restore as many costumer services as possible in case of a major failure on a satellite. Built those matrices, considering the characteristics and performances of the faulty satellite and evaluated the compatibility on defined key technical parameters (orbital location, polarization, coverage, S/C performances, frequencies...), working first on options within the SES Fleet and secondly on third-party satellites.

    February – August 2019

    Intern, Thales Alenia Space – Toulouse, France

    Anticipation of DTP Software porting issues in 6G architecture

    Worked in the DTP software department, on the architecture, development and new implementation of the Digital Transparent Processor 6G software used for channelization in telecommunication satellite payload. The telecom software application was running on an RTOS, on an innovative hypervisor-based architecture. This particular software is embedded in the DTP equipment in charge of in-flight configuration of channel routing, bandwidth optimization and gain application controlled through telecommand (TC) and telemetry (TM).

    April – August 2018

    Intern, SES satellites – Betzdorf, Luxemburg

    Digital signage solution

    Built a Digital Signage solution using a Raspberry Pi, that can source its data from a satellite feed using the multicast communication protocol (FLUTE). This successful prototype aims at providing an outdoor marketing capability to display promotional content and advertisements for entrepreneurs in remote areas or seeking a Low-Cost and scalable solution using satellite capacity to send signals over large areas. Performed a complete R&D work, starting with the state of the art of the display solutions and digital signals services, built the prototype and tested it.

     

    Education

    December 2020

    MSc/PGDip Space Systems Engineering (tas astro) Advanced Master, ISAE-SUPAERO – Toulouse, France

    Space Systems Engineering and management of space projects. Courses taught in English on various subjects: Satellite AOCS - Orbital mechanics - Launchers architecture - Space environment & effects – Bid for tenders & more. Integrated team project of 6 months on the preliminary design (Phase 0/A) of a Space Chaser.

    February 2020

    ESA ACADEMY Clean Space Training Course, ESA ESEC – Redu, Belgium

    Participated to the pilot edition of ESA Academy’s Clean Space Training Course at ESA Academy’s Training and Learning Facility with university students coming from 10 different ESA Member States.  One-week training course with lectures on how to consider the environmental impact of the entire life cycle of a space mission; how to design satellites in a more environmentally friendly manner.

    December 2019

    MSC engineering, ECE – Paris, France

    Major in embedded systems and electronics, minor in robotics and AI. Final year project on the management of costumers in public transportation in partnership with THALES.

    Erasmus at IT Sligo, Ireland, courses on embedded systems, project management, team project on the creation of a heart rate monitor.

    Project manager within my school’s Junior Entreprise, local non-profit organization entirely managed by students. https://junior-entreprises.com/

    August 2013

    Baccalauréat (A-Levels equivalent)

    French Baccalauréat in science with honors. European English and Latin sections.

     

    Skills

    Coding languages: C / C++ / Python,

    MATLAB / Simulink, VHDL / FPGA, Bash Scripting

    Software and OS: OMERE, SYSTEMA/Thermica, IDM-CIC (CNES), PikeOS, MPLAB X, MS Visual Studio, MS Windows, Linux

    Languages:  French (mother tongue),

    English (fluent), Spanish (intermediate)

     

    Interests

    Member of the I CARE (Identification & Capture for Active debris Removal Experiment) student project, selected to participate to the CNES 59th parabolic flight campaign in October 2020. The experiment developed on the topic of Space debris aimed at testing a capturing interface between a CubeSat and a robotic arm, in condition of microgravity. I was responsible for the robotic arm fabrication & software development as well as external communication. http://www.icare-parabole2020.fr/

    Part of the organizing team of an SGAC (Space Generation Advisory Council) event in France SG[France]2021 "When space comes to you", welcoming over 60 delegates. https://spacegeneration.org/sgfrance-2021

    Member of the SGAC Space Safety and Sustainability Project Group. Participated to The Mars Society’ City Design Competition 2020. https://spacegeneration.org/mom-november-2020

    Astronomy, travel, drawing & painting, museums, playing the clarinet, promote Space & technical jobs among young girls and women, tutoring young students on my free time.


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