CV: Intern at Thales Alenia Space

 


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 Date Submitted:30-08-2014
 Last Modified:13-09-2014 (02:40)
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 Current job:Intern at Thales Alenia Space
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Education

2013-to-date: ISAE (Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace), Toulouse, France.
ISAE-Supaero cursus telecommunications and networks for space systems
Expected graduation in October 2014
Courses include: space systems, satellites conception, space launch vehicle conception, space environment, space communications systems, signal processing, networks and communication protocols, space imagery, attitude control systems, global navigation satellite system

2011-2013: ISAE (Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace), Toulouse, France.
ISAE-ENSICA - Graduate Institute of Aerospace Engineering
Courses include: optronics, control of discrete systems, microwave frequency and radiofrequency, radar and signal post processing

2008-2011: Lycée Faidherbe, Lille, France.
Equivalent to advanced undergraduate coursework in Mathematics & Science

Work experience and projects

April 2014-to-date: Final year internship, Thales Alenia Space, Toulouse, France, 6 months internship.

Performance evaluation of a future mobile telecommunications satellite system: Creation of a mobile traffic (aeronautic routes, maritime routes, terrestrial points) and of an algorithm for frequency allocations, evaluation of the needed capacities for each spot and the available capacity of the satellite

2013-2014: Student Telecommunication project.

Technical study of the random access protocol CRDSA (Contention Resolution Diversity Slotted ALOHA) in the standard DVB-RCS2 (Digital Video Broadcasting- Return Channel by Satellite 2nd generation)

Student project on mission analysis. Study of interplanetary trajectories

September 2013: Participation in the IAC (International Astronautical Congress), Beijing, China.
National winner of a challenge organized by the 3AF (Association Aéronautique et Astronautique de France) for the project ”CANSAT: multiphysics experimental design of a small satellite, automatic and precise come back mission”. Presentation and paper in the 43rd Student Conference in the category undergraduate

Summer 2013: Max Planck Institute, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany, 2 months internship.

Check of the results of the CST (Coherent Structure Tracking) Code developed in the "Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées" in Toulouse (France) in order to make flow maps and study the activity of the Sun
Initiation to IDL (Interactive Data Language), a programming language used for data analysis

2012-2013: Student project.
Challenge CANSAT (Can Satellite): In charge of team to create and realize test device in order to test probe contained in the volume of a can

2012: Matra Electronic, Lacroix Saint Ouen, France, 1 month Internship.
Set up visual management, designed working instructions, improved my knowledge of lean manufacturing, observed engineering team in charge of quality

Skills

IT Skills

Windows, Mac OSX, Linux Microsoft Office, LaTeX
Matlab, Simulink, Eclipse, Catia, OPNET Modeler, Promethee Java, Caml, IDL, VHDL, OPL

Languages

French: Mother tongue

English: Advanced

Russian: Beginner

Spanish: Beginner

Interests / Extracurricular activities

 

Community: President of the N6K’nSat association
In charge of managing 3 teams in order to participate in the challenge CanSat

Sport: Member of ENSICA basket-ball team
Captain of the academic badminton team of ENSICA
Responsible for the badminton section in ENSICA (budget, equipment and organization of tournaments)

First aid:

2008: First aid in team certificates level 1 and 2. Equivalent to the fire-fighters first aid training
2008 - 2010: Volunteer work : in charge of a team on a first-aid post for athletic events
Head of training the ENSICA First Aid section, in charge of managing the budget and programming sessions.


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