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 Date Submitted:12-12-2015
 Last Modified:12-12-2015 (10:25)
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 Current job:R&D Engineer
 Employment Term:Temp/Contract
 Job location:Europe only
 Date available:within 2 months
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 KeywordsSimMechanics, Systems Engineering, Rigid Body Dynamics, Astronautics, Spacecraft Design, Matlab, Orbital Mechanics, Deployables, Aerospace, Project Management, CATIA, Abaqus, ANSYS, ESATAN, STK, Russian, LaTeX, Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, Solid Edge, A
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EXPERIENCE

10/2015-Current

Placement at Oxford Space Systems Research and Development Engineer

EDUCATION

2013-2015
SpaceMaster Round 9 Joint European Master in Space Science and Technology

Oct 2014-Sept 2015
Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, UK
MSc Astronautics and Space Engineering Final year of SpaceMaster
Thesis: Oxford Space System: Deployable for MicroSats

Feb 2014-June 2014

Lulea University of Technology, Kiruna, Sweden
2nd Semester of SpaceMaster

Oct 2013-Feb 2014
Julius Maxmilian University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany
1st Semester of SpaceMaster

2008-2012
Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Moscow, Russia
Bachelor in Aeronautical and Rocket Engineering Bachelor’s Thesis: “Automated interplanetary probe to Jupiter’s moon-Ganymede”
o Space mission design of a spacecraft which would analyse the surface and the atmosphere of Ganymede
o Trade off analysis to optimize the mass and power budgets.
o Spacecraft sub-systems design o Orbit selection for mission design
o CAD modelling using CATIA V5

PROJECTS

2014-2015
Project Dragonfly Challenge (Feasibility Study of Interstellar Mission)
o Lead team CranSEDS
o Laser sail concept design

2013-2014

BEXUS 18/19– Team COUGAR (Control of Unmanned Ground Vehicle from High Altitude in Near-Real Time)
o Concept and Design of a Robotic Arm
o Setting system-level requirements

2013-2014
CAN-SAT (1st Semester Student Project)
o Worked on maintaining the structural stability of spherical sat
o Mechanism for solar panel deployment
o CAD modelling of spherical sat

SKILLS
CATIA V5, Solid Edge, Autodesk Inventor ANSYS, ABAQUS, ESATAN, FEMAP STK, SimMechanics Microsoft Office, LATEX Matlab, FORTRAN, JAVA

Languages
Hindi (Mother tongue) English (Fluent) Russian (Proficient) German (Beginner)

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

Mar 2015
Technical day on De-orbiting Technologies and CleanSat Workshop

Dec 2014
Deep Spacecraft Design Seminar on Deep Space Exploration organized by Stellar Engines Ltd.

Jul 2013 Small Satellite Developer Workshop ‘Dhruva Space’ with Indian Institute of Information Technology Design & Management, Chennai
o Concepts for high-altitude balloon project for commercial use
o Basic design of sub-systems Jul 2012 International workshop: “Space development: Theory and Practice 2012” Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia
o Designed a spacecraft with an aim to fly to an unknown asteroid and analyze it
o Propulsion subsystem design

Oct 2011
Workshop “Summer School 2011- Cubesat Design Workshop” Technical University of Munich, Garching, Germany
o Worked under subdivision: Orbital dynamics and AOCS
o Calculated the average passes per day over Garching using STK software o Selected the optimal orbit to ensure lifetime of 3 months to 25 years
o Optimized the attitude control required for the system

ACHIEVEMENTS

2015
-Royal Aeronautical Society's Cranfield Branch Lecture Competition
-NE Rowe Award Certificate of Merit
-Second Place of the Alpha Centauri Prize for  Project Dragonfly

2013-2015
Erasmus Mundus scholarship recipient for SpaceMaster program.

2011 Secured second rank at Moscow Practical Conference in Aviation and Space Section.

EXTRA CURRICULLAR ACTIVITIES
o Robotics Lead at UKSEDS (UK Student for the Exploration and Development of space)
o 2014-2015 Project Officer at CranSEDS (Cranfield Student for the Exploration and Development of space)
o Member of UKSEDS (UK Student for the Exploration and Development of Space) and BIS (British Interplanetary Society)
o Cross-country cycling
o MMA training
o CMAS open water certified scuba diver
o Translator English-Russia-English


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