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     Date Submitted:17-01-2012
     Last Modified:16-06-2017 (10:42)
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     Current job:Aeronautics engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services,
     Keywordsaerodynamics, flight mechanics, CFD, aeronautics, meteorology
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    PROFESSIONNAL EXPERIENCES

    June 2016 – December 2016 (6 months and a half)

    Simulation engineer at MANPOWER on AIRBUS site (FR - Saint – Martin – du – Touch).

    Engine simulation department.

    Readjustment of EGT (Exhaust Gas Temperature) with the flight test data (A-320neo program).

    Simulation of failures.

     

    September 2010 – March 2013 (2 years and a half)

    Aeronautical engineer at SII on EUROCOPTER site (FR - Marignane).

    Aerodynamics / Performance department.

    Unsteady performance studies and simulations (take - off / landing) on offshore helideck for twinengines helicopters with an engine failure.

     

    September 2009 – March 2010 (7 months)

    Calculation engineer at GECI Systèmes (FR - Blagnac).

    Loads calculation on an ULM.

     

    January 2006 – January 2009 (3 years)

    Studies engineer at SOGETI High Tech on AIRBUS site (FR - Saint – Martin – du – Touch).

    Flight loads department.

    Within the framework of A-380’s certificate of airworthiness:

    • reduction, analysis and exploitation of the flight test data;

    • identification of flight parameters which influence the internal pressure coefficient’s (Cp) distribution inside the nose fairing; searching for Cp’s evolution laws for the whole flight domain.

    Within the framework of A-400M:

    • for several flight configuration, calculation of the aerodynamic loads on the wide fuselage fairing located at the top of the fuselage;

    • setting up a calculation tool (with MATLAB) concerning the rudder hinge moment, whatever the flight configuration is (altitude, Mach number, sideslip, rudder / elevator / flaps lock, take into account of engine effect).

    Within the framework of A-350:

    • aerodynamic loads calculation on the pylon fairing;

    • determining of cases likely to generate local sonic shocks and location of shock waves.

     

    Training period

    March – July 2002 (5 months)

    Research engineer at CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) (FR – Marseille).

    Laboratoire d’Aérodynamique et de Biomécanique du mouvement.

    Subject: « Study of the unsteady wind-tip vortex structure and its evolution in the near wake of a

    rectangular NACA 0012 wing oscillating in pitch ».

    Experiments in subsonic and unstationary wind tunnel; data processing and analysis.

     

    May – July 2001 (1 month and a half)

    CFD technician at CNRS (FR – Orléans).

    Laboratoire de combustion et systèmes réactifs (collaboration with the CNES – Centre National des

    Études Spatiales).

    Subject: « Unstationary study of the fluid’s shape (liquid oxygen) in a tank considering gravity

    effects ».

    CFD with FLUENT.

     

    February – August 1998 (7 months)

    Research training at Laboratoire de Mécanique des Fluides et Énergétique (FR – Valenciennes).

    Subject: « Study of the turbulent boundary layer and its application to an elliptical cylinder with

    incidence ».

    Fluid dynamics and programing.

     

    January – April 1997 (3 months and a half)

    Stress office technician at DELATTRE – LEVIVIER (FR - St Amand - les – Eaux).

    Mechanical resistance of girders and welds in the field of piping

    May – June 1995 (2 months)

    Stress office technician at SAHUT – CONREUR (FR – Raismes).

    Subject: « Study of a cylindrical press (bearings, coupling, shaft resistance and hydraulic system) ».

    Mechanics and hydraulics calculations.

     

    SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND

    09/2013 – 06/2015 MSc. of Sciences of the atmosphere – Meteorology – With Honours.

    Université du Québec À Montréal (UQÀM-Canada).

    Fields: dynamical meteorology, synoptics, thermodynamics, atmospherical physics, micrometeorology and numerical methods.

    Dissertation’s subject : « Evaluation of the performances of the Canadian Regional Climate Model (CRCM5) over the North Atlantic »

    Fields: evaluation of a regional climate model, reanalysis, CORDEX, dynamical downscaling, statistical analysis and biases of a model.

     

    2000 - 2002 Engineering diploma with aeronautics qualification.

    École Supérieure de l’Énergie et des Matériaux (ESEM - Polytech’Orléans-FR).

    Fields: aerodynamics (airplane and helicopter), fluid mechanics, flight mechanics and hydrodynamics.

    Postgraduate diploma in aerodynamics / fluid dynamics - Lower 2nd class Honours.

     

    1997 - 1998 Postgraduate diploma in mechanical and energetics engineering – Lower 2nd class Honours.

    Laboratoire de Mécanique des Fluides et Énergétique (FR – Valenciennes).

    Fields: fluid mechanics and energetics.

     

    1995 - 1997 Master’s degree in Science and Technology.

    Institut des Sciences et Techniques de Valenciennes (ISTV) (FR).

    Fields: CAD, mechanics.

     

    1993 - 1995 Two-year diploma in a technical subject – With highly commended (12th out of 107).

    Institut Universitaire de Technologie (IUT) (FR – Valenciennes).

    Fields: mechanical engineering.

     

    COMPUTER & LANGUAGE SKILLS

    Pack Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

    Calculation software: MATLAB; Unix environment (Shell scripts).

    English: technical and practical level; German: good skills.

     

    OTHERS

    Stormchasing campaign with Denver University (Colorado-USA) (May 2014).

    Presentation of 3 conferences on « Aviation, about Science and Men » (2015, UQÀM-Canada).

    Excellence’s scholarship Hydro-Québec (2013).

    Certificate for Aeronautics teaching (2005) – Upper 2nd class Honours.

    Sports: trail and cycling.

    Hobbies: passion for (extreme) Meteorology, Aviation, Physics and History.

     

    REFERENCES

    DAMECOUR Françoise : (33) 05-61-93-95-78; francoise.damecour@airbus.com (EPG 3

    responsible - AIRBUS Operation SAS)

     

    LAPRISE René : (001) 514-987-3000 extension 3302 ; laprise.rene@uqam.ca (UQÀM professor –

    dynamics of the atmosphere)

     

    GIRARD Éric : (001) 514-987-3000 extension 3325 ; girard.eric@uqam.ca (UQÀM professor –

    microphysics of clouds)

     

    THÉRIAULT Julie : (001) 514-987-3000 extension 4276 ; theriault.julie@uqam.ca (UQÀM

    professor – synoptic meteorology)

     

    BLANCHET Jean-Pierre : (001) 514-987-3000 extension 3316 ; blanchet.jean-pierre@uqam.ca

    (UQÀM professor – remote sensing)


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