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 Date Submitted:24-06-2015
 Last Modified:24-06-2015 (08:42)
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 Current job:Optical engineer
 Employment Term:Permanent
 Job location:Anywhere
 Date available:immediately
 Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
 KeywordsDesign ; Tolerancing ; Performance analysis ; Optical sub-systems ; Scientific missions of observation ; Simulation
CV

R&D engineer in conception and simulation of systems (optics and antennas)

Field of expertise: Scientific missions of observation, Ground and
space-based systems (UV-VIS, NIR, IR, FIR, submillimeter to radio
ranges)

Cursus:

August 2014 – June 2015 (11 months)

Design and Tolerancing of an optical telescope for a space mission of the European Space Agency (Sentinel-4) – Scoptique SARL/Jena Optronik – Jena (Germany)
Error budgeting, study of the requirement specifications of the customer (Jena-Optronik/Astrium), Simulation and tolerancing of the optical telescope (lenses and specific optical elements), Sensitivity analysis of the system, Monte-Carlo analysis, Aberrations Modeling, use of the optical design and illumination software ZEMAX (simulation, tolerancing and ZPL macro writing )

 

February 2014 – July 2014 (6 months)

Mathematics teaching – General and professional highschool Ferdinand BUISSON - Elbeuf (France)
Teaching of Mathematics in the three levels of the French highschool cursus, from the entry year to the A-level preparation of the pupils Fields of teaching: general education (entry year), scientific education (intermediate year), social and economic education (final year and A-level preparation)

 

October 2012 – May 2013 (7 months)

Design of the optical set up and analysis of the performance of ‘OLIMPO’, (a balloon-borne telescope devoted to cosmological and astrophysical surveys in the mm and sub-mm range) – European Space Agency (ESA) - European Space Astronomy Center (ESAC) - Villafranca del Castillo (Spain)
Simulation and optimization of a full optical system with the submillimeter, millimeter and radio-analysis/design software GRASP, performance study

 

March – August 2012 (6 months)

Feasibility case study of a Second Generation Fringe Tracker for astronomy and optical interferometry with the ‘Very Large Telescope Interferometer (VLTI)’ (the ‘Planar Optical Phase Sensor (POPS)’) - European Southern Observatory (ESO) – Garching bei München (Germany)
Quantification and error budget of optical misalignements, fiber optics and integrated optics Study of a spectrograph, Use of MATLAB and the optical design and analysis software ZEMAX

 

Education:

 

2011 – 2012:

Second year of Master of Science, Instrumentation and systems – University of Orsay (Paris XI), Observatory of Paris

Theoretical and practical lectures in Optics, Mechanics, Electronics, Control Science, Instrumentation techniques, Antennas, Signal and Image Processing, Computing Science, Initiation to project management and introduction to the engineering field (space industry and instrumentation for astronomy)

 

2010 - 2011:

First year of Master of Science, Applied Physics and Mechanics - University of Orsay (Paris XI) Instrumentation branch, Astrophysics, Systems and Methods of Signal and Data Processing

 

2007 - 2010:

Last year of Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Fundamental and Applied Physics, University of Orsay (Paris XI)
Graduated cum laude
Statistical and Quantum Physics, Mathematics,
Astrophysics, Applied Optics, Electromagnetism,
Solid and Fluid Physics, Mechanics

 

IT skills:

OS: Windows, GNU / Linux

Software:

Technical softwares: ZEMAX (advanced), GRASP (advanced), NX NASTRAN-FEMAP, LTSpice, Simulink Office softwares: Word, Excel, Power Point, Open Office

Programming languages:
MATLAB, Python, LaTeX, C/C++, IDL, VBA, ZPL (ZEMAX)

 

Other interests/skills/hobbies:

Languages:
Fluent English and fluent Spanish


Astronomy:
Participation in different clubs of astronomy
 

Music:
Tuba and soubassophone in different orchestras of harmony


Writing:
Short stories and poems


Sport:
Swimming / Jogging


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