CV: Intern at the Combustion and Propulsion Lab at the University of Florida

 


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 Date Submitted:02-08-2012
 Last Modified:05-08-2012 (04:31)
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 Current job:Intern at the Combustion and Propulsion Lab at the University of Florida
 Employment Term:Temp/Contract
 Job location:Anywhere
 Date available:within 2 months
 Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
 KeywordsMechanical and Aerospace Engineer, Master's Degree, Supersonic Combustion, Supercritical Jet Disintegration, CFD, Love challenge
CV

EDUCATION

 

 

Polytech’Orléans - 8, Rue Vinci (45100 Orléans-La Source, FRANCE)

  • 2007 – Present: studying toward a Master’s Degree (graduation in December 2012) in

Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics

 

Wichita State University - 1845 Fairmount Street (Wichita, Kansas, USA)

  • 2009 – 2010: studied as an exchange student in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

          Dean’s List and good standing for both Fall and Spring semesters, GPA 3.56

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

 

 

University of Florida  (Combustion and Propulsion Laboratory) - W University Avenue (Gainesville, Florida, USA)

Internship in collaboration with ICARE (CNRS Orléans, France; http://www.icare.cnrs-orleans.fr/?lang=en)

  • March – September 2012: experimental work on subcritical and supercritical jet disintegration in a high pressure chamber to study the primary and secondary jet breakup that occurs in rocket propulsion/diesel engines; comparison of single/dual component jet behavior, core length and spreading angle analysis

 

ICARE, LIG’AIR, Polytech’Orléans– Orléans (France)

  • January – February 2012: numerical simulation research project “FORMUL’AIR” on indoor air pollution reduction (formaldehyde) in a typical classroom; parametric study of the air renewal upon opening of windows/doors, pollutant concentration and distribution during production and renewal periods

                          

ONERA« The French Aerospace Lab » – Chemin de la Hunière (Palaiseau, France)

ONERA is the French national aerospace research center that maintains civil and military contracts, including Airbus, Concorde, Ariane, etc. (http://www.onera.fr/english.php)

  • June – August 2011: intern in computational fluid dynamics (RANS) for the research on H2/Air supersonic combustion over a flat plate; determination of the type of flame using Takeno index, studies of auto-ignition delays in vitiated air, 3D vortices analysis.

 

OCP Répartition - Rue des Arches (Blois, France)

  • October 2007 – January 2009 : worked part-time as a pharmacist's assistant on an open-ended contract in an industrial environment
  • August 2006 & August 2007 : worked seasonally

 

SKILLS

 
  • Bilingual in French (mother tongue) and English (TOEIC score on February 24th,2011: 925/990), strong written and oral communication, and conversational skills
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD): experience with the ANSYS workbench, Patran/Nastran, CEDRE
  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD): experience with Solid Edge and Pro/Engineer
  • Programming: C/C++, UNIX Programming, Matlab, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
  • Operating Systems used: Microsoft Windows (from 98), UNIX-based systems
  • Miscellaneous: regular use of Microsoft Office software, LateX

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

 

 

  • Regular practice of Judo & Jiu-Jitsu (Received Judo black belt in March 2007)
  • September 2011 – March 2012: tutor English to children (from 8 to 11) on a weekly basis

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