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Candidate Profile
 Date Submitted:03-08-2011
 Last Modified:15-07-2013 (03:03)
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 Current job:Aerospace engineer (GNSS)
 Employment Term:Either
 Job location:Anywhere
 Date available:immediately
 Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
 KeywordsManagement, Galileo, Ground systems, materials, satellites, astrodynamics, computers skills, teamwork, pro-activity
CV

Summary of qualifications

 

·         Working experience ………................ 2012

 

GMV Aerospace and Defence department

From 09/01/2012 until 08/07/2013 I have been working in the GNSS Galileo project in collaboration with ESA (European Space Agency), developing, testing and improving the EOSPF software for Galileo navigation messages generation using fault free and feared events simulated scenarios. For these tasks the IOV and FOC1 configuration were used. In the last months, one real data scenario was provided in order to test the accuracy of the actual constellation.

During this time period I have made several management tasks such as: attend to several key points meetings with the client, discussion of new improvements for the algorithms or distribution of the tasks among the team people.

 

·         Internships and projects …………………. 2011

 

Final project for the master

“New designs for electrodynamic tethers”. It was accomplished in Tecnalia Research & Innovation, directed by Francisco Estensoro.

This project was made for the BETs project (The bare electrodynamic tethers Project, http://www.thebetsproject.com/)

 

Internship at Tecnalia

I accomplished 6 months of internships in Tecnalia, mainly developing designs for new Tethers, making the study if the state of the art and bibliography, in order to have a better comprehension of the area and be able to accomplish with the requirements. Later, a complete study of the materials was made for the thether and the mooring to be able to bear torsions, rusting, tensions, etc. Finally, some lab testings’ were made with different samples for ensuring the design and reliability.

 

 

·         Physics degree in the Basque Country University …………………. 2010

 

The final project entitled “Research of the atmospheric waves in Saturn using images from Cassini spacecraft” was made in collaboration with the department of applied physics of the Engineering School of Bilbao, directed by Dr. Ricardo Hueso Alonso.

 

·         Master’s degree in Science and Space Technology in the Engineering School of Bilbao ………………. 2011

 

Scientific part:                  Plasma physics

                                        Astrodynamics

                                        Non-destructive testing

                                        Materials

                                        Space interferometry

 

Technological part:          Project Management           

                                        Navigation systems

                                        Radio

                                        Energy sources for aircrafts

                                        Sensors and detectors

                                        Data processing

                                        Mechanical structures

                                        Propulsion systems (for aircrafts and space crafts:

                                        Turbines, nozzles, internal architecture)

                                       

 

Languages

 

·         EnglishC1 level, Certificate in Advanced English.

·         French B1 level

·         Spanish Mother tongue

 

Other skills

 

·         Advanced level in the most common office software and operating systems (Windows, UNIX)

·         Advanced level in Bash & Shell, Matlab.

·         Intermediate level in C/C++, Fortran.

·         Driving license (International)

·         Nine years of violin and orchestra


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