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 Date Submitted:17-10-2014
 Last Modified:18-10-2014 (07:55)
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 Current job:Research Engineer in support of future Martian missions
 Employment Term:Temp/Contract
 Job location:Europe only
 Date available:within a month
 Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
 KeywordsSpace Systems Engineering, Simulations, Modeling, Control, Navigation, Signal Processing, Estimation
CV

Education and Training 

2012-2013

ISAE (Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace)- SUPAERO  

    Toulouse, FRANCE

 

Specialized Master in Space System Engineering. Courses in English.

Design of Satellites, AOCS/GNC, Mission analysis, On Board Data Handling, Advanced Control

(Kalman, Hinfinity, LQ control…), Real Time Operating System, Space Communication

2011

KTH  (Royal Institute of Technologies)

Stockholm, SWEDEN

5 months

Exchange program. Courses in English.

Pattern Recognition (Hidden Markov Model, Automatic Training), Digital Signal Processing,

Modeling of Dynamical System, Embedded systems, Applied Estimation (Kalman filtering, SLAM)

2007-2012

INSA Lyon (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées)

Master degree in Electrical Engineering with honors.

    Lyon, FRANCE

 

 

Mathematics, Numerical Analysis, Automatic, Software engineering, Signal Processing, Programming

2007

French High School Scientific Diploma (with honors, 17.8 /20)

Lyon,  FRANCE

 

IT skills

      Software: Matlab / Simulink, UPPAAL

      Programming: C, C++, Pascal, Fortran

Languages skills

        English : Fluent (TOEIC 935)

        German : Basics

 

Experiences

2014

Laboratory of Dynamic Meteorology

        Paris, FRANCE

 

Research Engineer

In partnership with ESA and THALES Aliena Space the work supports the future Martian missions ExoMars and Insight.

2013-2014

NASA AMES Research Center

        California, USA

1 year and a half

 “Modeling of the atmospheric circulation inside Gale Crater”

·       Study of  scientific papersabout atmospheric modeling and Martian environment

·       Model configuration and design of simulationsto answer the problematic

·       Study of the results, comparison with on-board data and measurements from the rover Curiosity

·       Results presentation at the 8th international conference on Mars

 

2012-2013

ISAE-SUPAERO

  Toulouse, FRANCE

6 months

Team project: “Design and specification of the phases 0, A and B of a Mars low cost mission”

·       The mission will embed a small satellite (200kg) and 3 kinds of probes (5kg each) to study the Martian soil surface, soil depth and atmosphere. The price must be kept under $200M.

2012

DASSAULT AVIATION – Units: Avionics

Paris,Saint-Cloud, FRANCE

6 months

Internship graduation: “Modeling the Health Monitoring of  the bus 3910 embedded in the Rafale”

·       Study of the specificationsof the Health Monitoring of the digital bus 3910

·       Creation of the modelusing the software UPPAAL, and validation through bench test

·       Study of the robustness of the Health Monitoringagainst the onset of various types of failures

2010

THALES AVIONICS    -  Unit: General Studies of  Navigation

          Valence, FRANCE

5 months

“Creation of a computer tool used for bench tests to validate embedded SW in an INS/GPS Unit”

·       Creation of the toolusing Matlab, and generation of files containing inertial increments and GPS data

·       Simulations and bench tests to study the synchronization and the hybridization of GPS data with inertial data, in order to optimize performances of the INS/GPS Unit during bench tests

Interests/Activities

 Sport/Hobbies

 

Dance (Salsa, Rock), Horse riding, Movies, Traveling

 

 

July 2010

1 month stay in Canada (Toronto) as a volunteer in a summer camp for children

 

Campus activities

2010/2011

Vice President of the Students Association of the Electrical Engineering School

 

2009/2010

Treasurer of the Students Association of Electrical Engineering School



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