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     Date Submitted:10-08-2017
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     Current job:Research Assistant
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsAdept, Adaptable, Determined
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    Education

    2011-2015:            Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics (Specialized in Instrumentation Physics), University of the Philippines - Los Baños, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines.

    2007-2011:            High School (Class Salutatorian), Saint Michael’s College of Laguna, City of Biñan, Laguna, Philippines.

     

    Professional Development

    14 Jun 2013:          Understanding Einstein: The Special Theory of Relativity; Stanford University, Massive Open Online Course; Professor: Larry Randles Lagerstrom, Ph.D.; Grade Achieved - 95.5%

    7 Apr 2014:           Confronting The Big Questions: Highlights of Modern Astronomy; University of Rochester, Massive Open Online Course; Professor: Adam Frank, Ph.D.; Grade Achieved - 90.3%

    26 Jun 2014:          AstroTech: The Science and Technology behind Astronomical Discovery; The University of Edinburgh, Massive Open Online Course; Professors: Andy Lawrence, Ph.D. and Catherine Heymans, Ph.D.; Grade Achieved - 96.7%

     

    Undergraduate Thesis

    Title:                     Geographical Location Determination by Pixel Coordinate Transformation

    Adviser:                Ranzivelle Marianne L. Roxas-Villanueva, Ph.D.

    Description:           This thesis presents an algorithm that has been developed to transform the pixel coordinates of a point in an image into its actual geographical coordinates with respect to the parameters of where the image has been taken, such as its latitude, longitude, altitude, bearing, and camera tilt angle.

     

    Publications

    Title:                      DIWATA-1 Orbital Lifetime Analysis using Systems Tool Kit (STK) and Conjunction Probability Assessment through Satellite Orbital Conjunction Reports Assessing Threatening Encounters in Space (SOCRATES)

    Authors:                Rogel Mari D. Sese, Ph.D. and Adrian Josele G. Quional

    Description:           This paper presents an analysis of the orbital status of the first Filipino-made satellite, DIWATA-1, that has been conducted using open source tools such as STK and SOCRATES - the tools utilized to analyze its orbital lifetime based on the historical Two-Line Element Sets (TLEs) and to assess its probability of conjunction with other space objects. The methods provided a sufficient and timely status report but it is recommended that other more accurate methods be utilized for the future space program of the country.

     

    Experience

    June 2017 – Present:         Space Science Educator, Space Science Program; Makati City, Philippines; Working as an Educator of the Space Science Program of Regulus SpaceTech Inc. Currently handling various Astronomy and Space Technology classes.

    Dec 2016 – Present:          National Point of Contact - Philippines, Space Generation Advisory Council; Vienna, Austria; Representing the Philippines for the Space Generation Advisory Council, a global nongovernmental, non-profit organization and network which aims to represent university students and young space professionals to the United Nations, space agencies, industry, and academia.

    Feb – May 2017:               Coordinator and Facilitator, Junior Astronaut Academy; Makati City, Philippines; Worked as a Coordinator and Facilitator for the Junior Astronaut Academy of Regulus SpaceTech Inc., a five-day summer training/workshop for kids on space science and how it is to become an astronaut in space, leading to becoming a "Junior Astronaut."

    Jan – Feb 2017:                 Intern, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (Electric Propulsion Laboratory), JAXA Sagamihara Campus, Kanagawa, Japan; Experienced space technology research as an Intern at the Electric Propulsion Laboratory of the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) for the Sokendai International Internship 2016, held from 10 January to 10 February 2017. The main experimental research theme of the internship is "Performance Evaluation of a 10-cm Microwave Discharge Ion Thruster with Neodymium Magnets."

    Jan – Nov 2016:                Research Assistant, National SPACE Development Program, Makati City, Philippines; Worked as a Research Assistant for the National SPACE Development Program - a government initiative which aims to lay the initial groundwork and foundation for the future Philippine Space Agency. Specifically worked on the crafting of the Satellite Development Roadmap which seeks to identify the future satellite requirements of the Philippines from nano-satellites to geosynchronous satellites for the next 15 years.

    14-18 Nov 2016:               Secretariat Member, SEU Working Group at 23rd APRSAF, Manila City, Philippines; Worked as a secretariat member assisting the Co-chair of the Space Environment Utilization (SEU) Working Group at the 23rd Session of the Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF), held at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, Philippines from 14-18 November 2016.

    Jun – Nov 2016:                Co-chair, 3rd AP-SGW Local Organizing Committee, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines; Co-headed the Local Organizing Committee in organizing the 3rd Asia-Pacific Space Generation Workshop, held at the University of the Philippines Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines on 12-13 November 2016, as a side event to the 23rd Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF).

    Aug 2016:                         Oral Presenter, 34th SPP Physics Congress and Annual Meeting, University of the Philippines Visayas, Iloilo City Campus, Philippines; Attended the 34th Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas Physics Congress and Annual Meeting held on 18-21 August 2016 and presented the paper entitled "DIWATA-1 Orbital Lifetime Analysis using Systems Tool Kit (STK) and Conjunction Probability Assessment through Satellite Orbital Conjunction Reports Assessing Threatening Encounters in Space (SOCRATES)."

    18-22 Apr 2016:                Lecturer, Can Satellite Development and Instrumentation Training Workshop, Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines; Assigned as a Lecturer on the Can Satellite Training and Instrumentation Workshop, a partnership between Philippine Science High School - Central Luzon Campus, Regulus SpaceTech Inc., and DOST-PCIEERD, for Philippine Science High School teachers held on 18-22 April 2016 at the Eurotel, Angeles City, Pampanga. Particularly, the topics lectured during the workshop are Basic Electronics, Arduino Microcontroller and Shields, and Sensors and Actuators.

    Jul – Dec 2015:                 Science Research Analyst, Naval Research and Technology Development Center, Naval Station Pascual Ledesma, Fort San Felipe, Cavite City, Cavite, Philippines; Worked as a researcher at the research arm of the Philippine Navy.

    Nov 2015:                         Delegate, 2nd Asia-Pacific Space Generation Workshop (AP-SGW), Udayana University (Sudirman Campus), Bali, Indonesia; Participated in the 2nd AP-SGW last 28-29 November 2015 to discuss with other delegates on the five themes targeted at increasing the proliferation as well as collaboration on space activities in the Asia-Pacific region. Specifically participated in the working group entitled, "The Strategic Partnerships between emerging countries to consolidate Asia-Pacific Regional Cooperation."

    Nov 2014:                         Participant, 2nd UNISEC-Global Meeting, Kyushu Institute of Technology (Tobata Campus), Kitakyushu, Japan; Participated in the 2nd University Space Engineering Consortium (UNISEC)-Global Meeting last 18-20 November 2014 to promote and cooperate on project-based space education among member countries. Represented the Philippines and presented the "CanSat Training Program for High School Students in the Philippines."

    Apr – Jul 2014:                 Project Intern, Regulus SpaceTech Inc., Makati City, Philippines; Worked under the space technology research and development department of the pioneering space technology company in the Philippines.

    2013-2014:                        Laboratory Assistant, Physics Division, Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics (IMSP), University of the Philippines Los Baños; Prepared laboratory materials and conducted inventory of laboratory materials.

    2013-2015:                        Member, Computer Hardware and Instrumentation Physics Laboratory (CHIP), Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics (IMSP), University of the Philippines Los Baños; The Computer Hardware and Instrumentation Physics Laboratory (CHIP) aims to be known in the Philippines as the leading laboratory that develops and make instruments and systems for solving real-world problems. CHIP’s main goal is to use the physics theory learned in creating world renowned instruments for different applications.

    2012-2013:                        Member, UPLB Astrophysics Research Laboratory, Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics (IMSP), University of the Philippines - Los Baños; As the very first astrophysics research laboratory in the Philippines, the Astrophysics Research Laboratory aims to be a pioneer in promoting astrophysical research and education in the country. The research thrusts of the laboratory are Optical Instrumentation, Computational Astrophysics, Space Science and Technology, Radio Astronomy, Astronomy Education and Outreach.

     

    Awards and Achievements

    2011:                                 Class Salutatorian, Saint Michael’s College of Laguna

     

    Computer Software and Hardware Skills

    Software:                          AGI Systems Tool Kit (STK), C, Python (2.7 and 3.0), MATLAB, LATEX, Java, R, gnuplot, Computer Aided Design (DesignSpark Mechanical, SolidWorks, Google SketchUp), PCB Design (DesignSpark PCB, Eagle), Basic Webpage Design (HTML, CSS, and Javascript), Video Editing (Windows Live Movie Maker and Adobe Premiere Pro), Microsoft Office, Windows, Linux

    Hardware:                         Arduino, VHDL (VHSIC Hardware Description Language), z80 and Atmel Assembly Language, Embedded Systems, NI Multisim, Analog and Digital Circuit Design

     

    Character Reference

    KAZUTAKA NISHIYAMA, Ph.D.,

    Internship Supervisor, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science,

    Associate Professor, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science,

    nishiyama(at)ep.isas.jaxa.jp

     

    ROGEL MARI D. SESE, Ph.D.,

    Program Leader, National SPACE Development Program,

    Focal Person, Philippine Space Science Education Program,

    rmdsese(at)gmail.com

     

    RANZIVELLE MARIANNE L. ROXAS-VILLANUEVA, Ph.D.,

    Undergraduate Thesis Adviser, BS Applied Physics Program,

    Associate Professor 2, Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics,

    rmlroxas(at)gmail.com


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