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Candidate Profile
 Date Submitted:06-03-2011
 Last Modified:10-03-2011 (07:19)
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 Current job:Student
 Employment Term:Temp/Contract
 Job location:Anywhere
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 Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Space Tourism
 KeywordsYoung Electric Propulsion ESA International Engineer Mechanics
CV

 

Born in Uccle, the 12th of May 1988

 

 

Education

 

2011

International Space University (ISU) Summer Session

 

2009-2011

Master’s degree in civil engineering, orientation electromechanics, energy, Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL)

 

2006-2009

Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, orientation electricity and mechanics, UCL

 

2002-2006

Secondary education in mathematics and sciences, Collège Saint Michel

 

1999-2002

Secondary education in latin and sciences, Sint Jan-Berchmans College

 

 

 

Internships

 

2010

Four months internship at the European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC), in the Netherlands. The goal of the internship was to assist as an observer in a test campaign on a Hall Effect Thruster (HET) in the European Space Agency (ESA) Propulsion Laboratory (EPL) ;

 

2008

Two weeks internship at the Liège Space Centre (CSL). The goal of the internship was to look for a secondary payload for the student nanosatellite OUFTI.

 

 

 

Work Experience

 

2009-2011

Teacher assistant in Technical drawing, Machinery conception, and Electricity laboratory ;

 

2010

Student job at Eli Lilly Pharmaceutical Group ;

 

2008-2009

Student job at the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) in the department for Reference System and Geodynamics during five weeks in total ;

 

2007

Student job at AXA Bank Belgium.

 

 

 

Projects

 

2010

Deputy leader of the Moon Dust research group.

The project’s goal is to investigate how movements of an astronaut can be used as a reference to build his habitat. It consists in a collaboration between architects, ESA staff members, and other research institutions ;

 

2010

Commander ofthe Crew 94 Junior Ucl Marseken Pis (JUMP).

The project’s goal was to conduct an extra-terrestrial exploration simulation, at the Mars Desert Research Station, Utah ;

 

2009

Team engineer of the SO-hIgh group.

The project’s goal was to build and test a technological demonstrator for a miniaturized weather board. It was part of the Bexus 8 (Balloon EXperiment for University Students) program of the European Student Education Programme, hosted by the ESA ;

 

2008

Crew engineer of the Crew 70.

The project’s goal was to conduct an extra-terrestrial exploration simulation, at the Mars Desert Research Station, Utah ;

 

2006

Participation in the 9th Student Parabolic Flight Campaign of the European Student Education Programme, hosted by the ESA, with a team from the Collège Saint Michel and an experiment about capillarity and fluid dynamics.

 

 

 

Languages

 

French: mother tongue ;

 

English: fluent (IELTS level 8, April 2009) ;

 

Dutch: satisfying.

 

 

 

Recognitions

 

2011

ESA scholarship for the ISU Summer Session ;

 

2010

ESA granted student at the COSPAR 10 Assembly ;

 

2008

Member of honour of the Astronomy Team of the Mars Society for having repaired the radiotelescope at the Mars Desert Research Station.

 

 

 

Publications

 

JASE, Sun-monitoring with a radiotelescope in a Mars-like environment, G. de Crombrugghe, JUMP Student Group and B. Foing, poster presentation at COSPAR 10, July 2010

 

 

 

Others

 

Scouts (13 years of which 2 as an animator) ;

 

Swimming, biking, rugby ;

 

Backpack travelling (Europe, North America, India, South-East Asia, etc.).

 



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