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     Date Submitted:17-09-2015
     Last Modified:01-12-2017 (01:13)
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     Current job:Software Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     KeywordsSoftware C++ Ada Linux Satellite Simulators


    Place and Date of Birth: Madrid, January the 27th of 1970.

    Marital Status: Single.



    (September 1988 - June 1994). Telecommunication Engineering – Master’s Degree (5-year studies) (Specialization in Telematics) at University of Vigo.

    (June 1994 - June 1995). End of studies project: Development of an UPS´s control system based on the 68HC11 microcontroller.



    Software Engineer (April 2016 – October 2017)

    Development of the Software Validation Facility (SVF) for the E-Sail mission. Writing of the requirements in DOORS. Development in C++ and testing in Python, using OHB´s SMP2 based simulation framework on Linux. Integration of VectorCast and the SVF.


    Software Engineer (November 2015 – April 2016)

    Development of a video recording embedded application to be used inside trains. The application is written in C++ on Linux, with the ACE framework and Subversion.


    Software Engineer (January – September 2015)

    Development of a test environment based in Python for the Norwegian air traffic management centre (Avinor), automation of software processed using the Bash script language and anomaly fixing. The software is developed on Unix (Linux y Solaris), using the ADA programming language and ClearCase as version control system.

    GMV S.A.

    Software Engineer (September 2007 – December 2014)

    Development of the Sentinel1, Seosat and Sentinel5P satellite operational simulators for the European Space Agency (ESA). The development was accomplished using C++ on Linux, Magic Draw, EGOS-MF, UMF and SIMSAT, using Subversion and Mercurial as version control systems. System tests were done using JavaScript and several scripts were developed using Python and Bash. Communications between server and client used CORBA.

    Development of the on-board software of an experimental re-entry vehicle: IXV, for the ESA. The development was done in C on RTEMS (real-time operating systems). The tools used were: Eclipse, Subversion, C++ Test (static analysis tests), RapiTime (performance tests) and VectorCast (unit and integration testing).

    Development of satellite control centres, using C++ on Linux, Subversion and CORBA (Omniorb). Preparation of tendering documents. Development of applications in MS-Access, VBA and MS-Visual SourceSafe. Development of applications with Python, MySQL y Apache.

    Anam Mobile

    Software Engineer (December 2006 – June 2007)

    Development of the SMS y MMS services within the GSM network, using C++, the ACE framework on Linux and HP-UX.

    Qindel Consulting

    Project Manager (October 2005 – November 2006)

    Development of SNMP agents for the Vodafone’s GSM network nodes in the United Kingdom using C/C++ on Linux and HP-UX.

    Quality Objects

    Software Engineer (June 2005 – October 2005)

    Software development of Ericsson's HSS (Home Subscriber Server) node within the IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem), using C++ on Solaris, Linux and Dicos (RTOS), and Diameter communications protocol.

    Alcatel. (December 1997 – May 2005).

    ERTMS/ETCS engineering (HSL projects Lleida – Barcelona, Madrid – Toledo and Segovia - Valladolid) (February 2004 – May 2005)

    Study and creation of hardware engineering and application data documentation.

    Implementation of the ETCS level 1 data for the Madrid - Toledo line.

    Development of software tools with VBA for Excel and Java on Windows.

    ERTMS/ETCS engineering (Germany) (July 2002 – February 2004)

    ERTMS/ETCS level 2 railway signalling system, hardware and application data engineering, in the JHL pilot line.

    Development of error checking tools with VBA for Excel, XML and XSLT, Java and Prolog.

    Creation of the tender documentation for three High Speed Lines in Spain.

    Integration of Alcatel’s (ALMAP-IF) integrated management system into Indra’s Regulation and Control Centre (HSL project Madrid – Lleida) (April 2002 – July 2002)

    Development of the ASN1 MIB modelling the interface between both systems.

    Development of a programme (proxy) in C++ on HP-UX using the COMET platform, for the acquirement of the data from ALMAP-IF through CMIP, and its transfer to the Java programme in charge of communicating with Indra’s CRC. The communication between both programmes was done through TCP/IP and the MIB previously described. From this MIB, and through COMET, the classes representing the interface messages were generated.

    Development of a Java programme on Solaris for interacting, on the one hand with the CRC; by means of a Java library supplied by Indra; and on the other hand with the programme described in the previous section. As development tool, JBuilder was used and, for the generation of the Java classes from the MIB, SNACC for Java from IBM was used.

    Integration of the network management systems at element level, into Alcatel’s integrated management system (HSL project Madrid- Lleida) (January 2001 – April 2002)

    For the integration of such systems, several proxies; interface programmes between each network management system and ALMAP-IF (CMIP) platform; were developed. The development of these proxies was done with C++ on HP-UX with COMET (Alcatel’s network management tool) and ALMAP-IF libraries:

    Development of proxies using SNMP as interface. The following managers were integrated: ATM nodes’ network manager, UPS network managers, GSM-R network manager and Intelligent Network network manager.

    Analysis of the proxy for the integration with Spectrum.

    Development of common libraries and tools.

    HP-OV DM configuration for the two proxies in which CMIP was used as interface.

    Development of a network management system for Alcatel’s A9800 radio access system (December 1997 – January 2001)

    Analysis, design and implementation of the USM (Manager + User interface). The network management protocol used was CMIP. The development was accomplished in C++ on HP-UX, with COMET and using IlogViews as graphical interface.

    Development within the USM of a FTP client, for the acquirement of the log files from the IM (Agent).

    Técnicas de Soft. (October 1996 - April 1997). Analysis, design and implementation of PLC programs, in a steel factory automatization project in Portugal. The PLCs used were Siemens Simatic S5 and the programming language used was Step5.

    Comunicaciones y Sonido (CYS). (July - September 1996). Configuration and validation of mobile stations (BTSs) both analogue (TMA) and digital (GSM) before handing them to Telefónica.


    TCP/IP: Alcatel (2005).

    J2EE Architecture: Alcatel (2005).

    UML: Alcatel (2005).

    SS7 - Signalling System 7: Alcatel (2005).

    Time management: Alcatel (2001).

    Assertivity at work: Alcatel (2001).

    Software project management: Alcatel (2000).

    HP-Openview Network Node Manager: Alcatel (2000).

    Java language: Fycsa (1999).

    Directing and taking part in meetings: Fycsa (1998).

    Object oriented design: Fycsa (1998).

    Ilog Views: Ilog (1998).

    Access techniques and products: Fycsa (1997).

    Postgrade Course: Communications and Real Time Systems (270 h): Faculty of Computing of A Coruña (1996).

    Master in Windows'95/Windows-NT programming: Hispán Tecnologic (1996).


    Operation systems: Unix (user and programmer) and Microsoft Windows (user).

    Programming languages: C, C++, Java, PHP, MySQL and others.

    Programming tools: Ilog Views and JBuilder.

    Communications: TCP/IP, SNMP, OSI, CMIP, HP-Openview, Diameter, SS7, GSM protocols and others.

    Others: ClearCase, Clear DDTS and Purify.



    Mother tongue.


    Cambridge Advanced level. Fourth level in the Official School of Languages.


    Average level. Third level in the Official School of Languages.


    Driving licenses, A and B, and own motorbike and car.

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