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 Date Submitted:02-07-2014
 Last Modified:03-07-2014 (12:53)
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 Current job:Payload technical responsible as System and AIV Engineer
 Employment Term:Permanent
 Job location:Europe only
 Date available:within a month
 Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
 KeywordsSpace System Engineer AIV manager Engineer ECSS Electrical design Test Engineer Labview Rational DOORS Test Campaigns Quality assurance RAMS Technical management Definition of requirements and specifications System and architectural design A
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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

12/2010-present 

Company/ Institution: Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial (INTA)
Department: Space Programs Department  
Project: Mercury Imaging X-ray Spectrograph (MIXS), an X-ray Telescope and Collimator onboard of ESA Bepi Colombo mission. 
Position: Payload technical responsible as System Engineer and  Assembly, integration and verification (AIV) manager Engineer

Aims and tasks:    

• Technical management of MIXS payload at INTA (Focal plane assembly, MIXS DPU and PSU and inter-unit harness)
•    Definition of payload requirements and specifications.
•    System and architectural design and analysis. 
•    Manufacturing, assembly and integration of MIXS STM, EM, QM and FM at instrument level. 
•    Full qualification of MIXS:  System qualification (STM, EM, QM) and acceptance (FM) test campaign management: environmental test campaign (vibration, thermal, thermal-vacuum, shock), EMC test campaign, functional test campaign. Analysis and report of acceptance test results.
•    Treatment of quality assurance aspects.
•    Integration campaign at S/C as design authority.
•    Subcontractors and partner´s technical management.


09/2010-12/2010 

Company/ Institution: National Institute for Aerospace Technology (INTA)  
Department: Space Programs Department  
Project: OPTOS (Cubesat)
Position: Mechanical System Engineer and AIV Engineer

Aims and tasks: 

• Mechanical and thermal analysis at system level. 
• System design of mechanical and thermal vacuum test and electrical functional test during OPTOS QM test campaign. 

06/2010-09/2010
 
Company/ Institution: AERNNOVA
Department: Structural design and mechanical analysis
Project: SEOSAT/Ingenio
Position: Structural design and mechanical analysis engineer

Aims and tasks:    

•   Structural design and mechanical analysis of the secondary mechanical structure of the SEOSAT satellite for PDR phase. 

03/2010-06/2010 

Company/ Institution: ALESTIS AEROSPACE
Department: I+D+i  (R&D)
Project: CENIT/TARGET
Position: Research and development engineer

Aims and tasks:   

• R&D activities coordination for CENIT/TARGET project. 

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:

04/2012-07/2012 

Academic Degree: Master in Satellite Technology
Master course: System engineer - Space segment ( 5 credits)
University: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
Qualification: With Honors 

10/2010-06/2011 

Academic Degree: Master in Science and technology from Space  (60 ECTS credits )
University: Universidad de Alcalá (UAH)
Department: Space Research 
Qualification: With Honors

02/2009-12/2009 

Academic Degree: Pegasus Award
Subject: Master Thesis in new high performance thermoplastic for use as matrix in glass/carbon fiber reinforced composite laminates.
University: TU Delft University (Netherlands), Faculty of Aerospace Engineering.
Department: Design and Production of Composites Structures
 
2001-2009
 
Academic Degree: Ingeniero Superior Aeronáutico (Aerospace Engineer)
Specialty: Aircrafts and spacecrafts (A2)
Centre: Escuela Técnica Superior de ingenieros Aeronáuticos (ETSIA)
University: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)

06/2008-10/2008 

Fellowship:  JAE programme
Organization: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Purpose: Development of thermo/mechanical design of the PCM (Power Converter Module) integrated in BELA (BepiColombo Laser Altimeter) as part of the international scientific payload of BepiColombo mission (ESA-JAXA).
Host institution: Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA) 
Department:  Department of Solar System

ANY OTHER SKILLS:

Training courses:

03/2013 

Subject: Uncertainty in Measurements
Place: Metrological Laboratory at INTA
Purpose: Calculation of uncertainty in measurements. Monte Carlo Method vs GMU analysis. Uncertainty in technical specifications. Calibration of instruments. 
 
10/2012 

Subject: Advanced applications for FEM: modeling of mechanical joints and contact
Place: Department of structural analysis at INTA
Purpose: Modelling of bolted, riveted, welded and contact joints.

02/2012 

Subject: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing.
Place: Environmental tests laboratory at INTA
Purpose: Conducted and radiated electromagnetic compatibility tests for spacecraft.  

11/2011 

Subject: Post-processing of FEM results
Place: Department of structural analysis at INTA
Purpose:
•   Processing of Average/derive and derive/average, extrapolation and averaging Methods.  
•   Failure Criteria.

10/2011 

Subject: Space mechanical environmental testing.
Place: Environmental tests laboratory at INTA 
Purpose:
• Vibration test in electro mechanic system: Theoretical and practical parameters.
• Mechanical tests for spacecraft.

Languages Skills:

Spanish: Native
English: High Level 

Computer skills and competences:

Operated Systems: LINUX and WINDOWS
Programming Languages: Fortran 95 , MatLab, Maple, 
Computer Assisted Design: SolidEdge and Microstation, CATIA V5 R19 (Design, Analysis and Advanced Surfaces Modules)
Mechanical Analysis: NASTRAN/PATRAN, ANSYS
Thermal Analysis: ESATAN/ESARAD
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD): ANSYS-CFX (Solver and post-processor)
Mission simulation tool: STK
Others: Package Open Office and Microsoft Office (Project, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Latex and Lyx (text editor program), TecPlot (Visualizer), LabView (Interface to acquire external-device data).

International Congress: 


MERCURY IMAGING X-RAY SPECTROMETER (MIXS) IN BEPICOLOMBO MISSION: ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS
62nd (IAC) International Astronautical Congress 2011 (Cape Town, Sudafrica, 2011) 

Reference can be provided upon request


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