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     Date Submitted:05-11-2017
     Last Modified:05-11-2017 (04:27)
    Job information
     Current job:RF Technical Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     KeywordsProject Management; RF equipement design, Microwave Technology

    Professional Experiences :

    * February 2017- now : Technical Manager at OSAT

    - Supervisor and coach for engineers, interns;  monitoring and managing projects

    - Drafting replies to CNES's call for tenders "ground station" in cooperation with LAAS and LAPLACE, response to CNES's call for ideas

    - Design and development for Ku-band Up and Down converters : choice of components, design of narrow band bandpass filters (14GHz), budget analysis (power, gain, noise figure, IP3...), RF board design and production

    - PLL (Phase Locked Loop) test and characterization

    - Coach of industrial projects (OSAT-ENSEEIHT) : Design of a 10GHz Dielectric Resonator Oscillator (DRO)

    - Member of thesis examination committees (examiner)

    * 2016 - 2017 : RF engineer at OSAT

    - Design and development for a wide band Fleksy Synthesizer (2GHz - 40GHz) : frequency synthesis, phase noise simulation (Matlab), RF board design (Cadstar)

    - RF manager for research and innovative projects (ANR; Aerospace), in cooperation with LAAS, Thales Research &Technology Palaiseau, Thales Alenia Space, DGA

    - Coach of industrial projects (OSAT-ENSEEIHT) : Fleksy Synthesizer Phase Noise Simulation using ADS

    - Response to ESA's call for tenders "Space station" : new frequency plan definition (Ka- and K-band), study of the Rx-Tx chain.

    * 2011 - 2013 : Lecturer and Researcher at Electronique Departement INPT ENSEEIHT

    - Coaching students (Analog electronic and Microwave engineering)

    - Coaching students for spatial microwave technology in collaboration with THALES ALENIA SPACE and OMMIC : Satellite payload design, RF Equipments (LNA, LLA, MLA, VGA, Attenuators)

    - Coach of industrial project (ROCKWELL COLLINS - ENSEEIHT) : Tunable filters for VHF- and UHF- band

    - Coach of industrial project (ENSEEIHT) : Reconfigurable Multi_band Microwave Filters : GMS (1.8GHz), UMTS (2.1GHz) and Wi-Fi (2.45GHz)

    - Multiplexer design in SIW technology

    * 2006 - 2010 : PhD Student - Microwave design and technology at LAAS CNRS

    - Silicon technologies Development

    - RF MEMS Design and Fabrication

    - Implementation of tunable filters from V-band (60 GHz) to W-band (94 GHz)

    - Passive tunable filters synthesis Development

    * 2006 : Engineer Internship at LEAT (Sophia Antipolis)

    - Mobile phone-antenna efficiency measurement and characterization

    - Development for measurement methods




    PhD - Microwave Electromagnetism and Optoelectronic   

    Contribution to the implementation of tunable functions in millimetre-wave using RF MEMS implemented on silicon


    Master - RF Telecommunication and Microelectronic


    Engineer - Electronic and Telecommunications



    - Project management  

    - Response to calls for tenders

    - RF equipment design : Up - Down  converters

    - Design for RF passive devices : antennas, filters, multiplexers, couplers, phase shifters

    - Design for RF active devices : Amplifiers, oscillators, frequency syntheziser

    - MMIC design

    - RF MEMS design

    - Tunable functions design

    - Development of silicon technologies

    - Circuit achievement in cleanroom



    - CAD : Keysight ADS, Keysight Momemtum, Ansys HFSS, Genesys, Cadence, Coventor, Comsol, CleWin

    - Others : Matlab, Scilab, Cadstar, Labview, C, Assembly language, GanttProject



    - English : current

    - French : current

    - Vietnamese : mother tongue

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