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     Date Submitted:19-10-2011
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     Current job:Programme Manager Qualification
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     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsProject Programme Management BSc Electronics (HND Eq.) Electrical Prince EVM Master Finance Spanish ESA ECSS Qualification NATO SC ITAR EAR99 Microsoft Project Server Daptiv ExoMars MetopSG, EDRS, Thales, Airbus Batteries Li-Ion Battery Power RF Radio, Ra


    Sex Male | Date of birth 26/11/1963 | British, Spanish and Argentinean Citizenship



    2015 - Current On Board Calibration Targets MetopSG (On board Radiometry - Quasi Optics)

    Thomas Keating Space

    Programme Manager for ICI, MWS and ICI EGSE on-board and on-ground calibration radiometry targets 80-650 GHz


    2013 - 2015 Project Manager for ExoMars / DREAMS / EDRS-C (Space Power/Batteries)

    ABSL Space Products

    ▪ Project Manager

    - ExoMars EDM Batteries development for TAS-I/ESA (3.2 m€).  

    Mars Entry and Descent Mission. Schiaparelli - also known as the Entry, Descent and Landing Demonstrator Module (EDM) - is a technology demonstration vehicle carried by the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter, which will be launched in 2016 to demonstrate the capability of European Industry to perform a controlled landing on the surface of Mars.

    Design, Development, and Qualification of Li-Ion Batteries/Relay Boxes required for the ExoMars EDM program in their various models (EQM, FM, PFM). They are the CTPU NL cell battery, the RTPU NL cell battery, the RTPU HR battery and the relay unit. Full Programme cycle project management, Conceptual, Proposal, SRR, PDR, CDR, TRR, TRB, DRB. Qualification stage included cell level qualification as a new type of cells were used.

    - DREAMS Scientific Payload Mars Surface batteries 800k€ CISAS/ESA.

    DREAMS (Dust Characterisation, Risk Assessment, and Environment Analyser on the Martian Surface) package, consists of a suite of sensors to measure the wind speed and direction (MetWind), humidity (DREAMS-H), pressure (DREAMS-P), surface temperature (MarsTem), the transparency of the atmosphere (Solar Irradiance Sensor, SIS), and atmospheric electrification (Atmospheric Radiation and Electricity Sensor; MicroARES).

    Design, Development and Qualification of Li-Ion Battery required for the ExoMars DREAMS payload programme in their various model requirements. Full Programme cycle project management, Conceptual, Proposal, SRR, PDR, CDR, TRR, TRB, DRB. Qualification stage included cell level qualification as a new type of cells were used.

    - EDRS-C (ARTES 7) Data Relay System Batteries development OHB/EADS/ESA 1m€ High-Speed GEO to LEO data relay.  ARTES 7 EDRS is dedicated to the development and implementation of the European Data Relay System (EDRS). Data relay satellites are placed in geostationary orbit to relay information to and from non-geostationary satellites, spacecraft, other vehicles, and fixed Earth stations that otherwise are not able to permanently transmit/receive data. Design, Development, and Qualification of Li-Ion Batteries and Junction Box required for the EDRS-C programme as a recurrent design (SGEO heritage). Full Programme cycle project management, Conceptual, Proposal, SRR, PDR, CDR, TRR, TRB, DRB. Qualification stage included cell level qualification and LAT as a new type of cells/batch were used.

    Business or sector:  Space Power, Payload Instrumentation


    2012 – 2013 (Contract) System Level Test Manager for DRX890w (Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite  DVB-S2 Terminal) 


    ▪ Test Manager

    System and Field Test/Qualification of the DRX890w DVB-S2 Terminal., for Broadband access. DVB-S2 broadcast services including standard and HDTV, interactive services including Internet access, and data content distribution. The development of DVB-S2 coincided with the introduction of HDTV and H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC) video codecs. Test undertook integration of IEEE802.11n. 802.11n is an amendment that improves upon the previous 802.11 standards by adding multiple-input-multiple-output antennas (MIMO). 802.11n operates on both the 2.4 GHz and the lesser-used 5 GHz bands.

    Business or sector Space DBS 


    2012 – 2012 (Contract) Technical Project Manager (Remote Radio Heads - Antennas)


    ▪ Project Manager

    Remote Radio Heads Design, Development, Qualification and NPI (to 10,000 units/year). LTE 4G 3GPP (DSP/FPGA/ASIC Software Defined Radio Architecture). 2.496-2.690GHz. 20MHz IBW (option available for 30MHz) 4x10W TD-WiMAX and LTE OBSAI / CPRI interface (3Gbps line rate) Calibration port for adaptive antennas & Beamforming.

    Business or sector Wireless Broadband and High Directivity Antennas, Passive arrays


    2010 - 2012 Senior Project Manager

    COM DEV Europe

    ▪ Project Manager

    Conceptual and Proposal up to SRR and PDR COMDEV / Broadbeach Inmarsat Software Development Radio, featuring BRE440 Power High Performance IBM PPC440 Core, 2 MIPS/MHz, ANSI/IEEE 754-1985 compliant FPU Manufactured on Honeywell 150nm HX5000 Radiation Hardened ASIC Line (Moog Broadreach Engineering), Superscalar, Dual Issue, 32-bit RISC, Book E Compliant and COMDEV Radio Frequency section development. L-Band SDR based INMARSAT BGAN Class 6-7 type on board satellite for US DARPA/NASA F6 Programme.

    Business or sector:  Space.  Advanced microwave and electronic hardware. 


    2003 - 2010 Project Manager 


    ▪ Project Manager/ Technical Manager.  NATO NC3A TSGT MILSATCOM Project (1.6M€) X-Band Transportable SATCOM Terminal Upgrade (Classified).

    ▪ Technical Manager Design, development, and Qualification of a CDMA-DS MANPACK Portable SHF DAMA 70 cm Cassegrain antenna Terminal developed by Indra Espacio. Customer: Spanish MoD (10M€ Contract) . Lightweight Tactical SHF Satcom Terminal, SECOMSAT, Spanish Ministry of Defence program. Deployed.

    ▪ Technical Manager System level design of a Polish Navy SHF Shipborne SHF Satcom Terminal. Customer: Poland MoD (500k€X-Band 1.15m STANAG 4486 compliant, ship-borne SHF communication system for ORP Kontradmiral Xawery Czernicki, NR DZSZ-21-XI-40 UZ-PRZ-Z-2008. 1.10 M Cassegrain Antenna integration.

    ▪ Field Engineer / Test Manager in Charge for Manpack DAMA NMS/GHES Satellite HUB Station SECOMSAT, Spanish MoD. This system currently supports DAMA functions of deployed Spanish MANPACK Population above.

    ▪ R&D WiMax 802.16d Demonstrations and tactical use research for Spanish MoD. 

    ▪ R&D Metamaterial Antenna configurable / tracking for replacing MANPACK 70cm above. Active array antenna. Preliminary Study. 

    ▪ Industry Representative  (Research role at INDRA for Spanish Ministry of Defence (2008 - 2010)

    NATO-C3 CNSSC SC/6 WG/2 SATCOM Industry Representative for Spanish Ministry of Defence (CIS Division) on WG meetings NATO HQ Brussels.

    NATO Research & Technology Organisation (RTO) - Information Systems Technology Panel (IST) -ET 48 -NEC over SATCOM Industry Representative for Spanish Ministry of Defence (EMAD SDGTECEN).

    Business or sector Space, Ground segment, Defence, Earth Observation (ground), TTC (Ground). 


    1993-2003 Offer Integrator / Technical Sales / Engineering Manager / Field Engineer


    ▪ Offer Integrator (Technical Sales) / Bid & Proposals / Product Management Support (Wireless/Mobile). Customer: Bellsouth, Verizon, Telecom Italia & France Telecom, Telefonica, Other. Technical Sale for wireless mobile, transport, and access, CDMA, GSM, 3G UMTS, ADSL (DSLAM/CPE), WDM, SDH, MPLS. 

    ▪ Area/Project Manager and Controller (Deployment) Reliance Infocomm India – 2002 Roll-out of a new 3G WLL of +1000 Base Stations, but as an Area Manager for the installation of twenty-five 5ESS DCS sites. In charge on ¼ of the Indian Territory, based in Mumbai.  

    ▪ Engineer Manager for Network design site selection/acquisition following RF design for Movicom Bellsouth contract– Argentine (95m$) - 1999 – 2001 (ANSI-95 CDMA, then CDMA2000).Then deployment PM from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Before that, Deputy Engineering Manager at Cordoba, Argentina similar programme. More specifically a single carrier overlay on top of an old Extended AMPS analogue  Motorola infrastructure in 850MHz adding ANSI (IS) 95 Flexent BTS to provide the first carrier 1900MHz IS-95 CDMA. More carriers followed later on. Telefónica purchased the BellSouth mobile operations branch in South America and retrofitting its entire network to 3GPP/UMTS/HSPA and LTE

    ▪ Deputy Engineering Manager and previously Field Engineer on Installation and Commissioning: CTI/Verizon – Argentine (45m$) - 1994 – 1999 (AMPS, then ANSI-95 CDMA, then CDMA2000), Cordoba, Argentina (from an initial position as Field Engineer at Mar del Plata, Argentine). Successive overlays on top of an old AMPS analogue  AT&T Autoplex 1000 infrastructure in 850MHz adding ANSI (IS) 95 Flexent BTS to provide the first carrier in 1900MHz IS-95 CDMA. More carriers followed later on. This operator (now branded “Claro” after being acquired by C. Slim Group)  is now on a ETSI GSM/UMTS although some portions of the network may still be ANSI based. Definity DCS to 5ESS DCS retrofit at Tucuman (Argentine). Field Engineer In charge (Including backhaul network swap out) 

    ▪ Lead Engineer Centennial - Puerto Rico – 1999 Roll-out of the 3rd CDMA carrier over an existing Test-bed CDMA network including +400 BTS retrofit (both HW in the BTS and SW downloaded from the MSC) as Lead Engineer for MSC and BTS retrofit process.

    ▪ Lead Field Engineer for CODETEL - Dominican Republic - 1998

    ▪ Retrofit of an (old) Definity DCS (Digital Cellular Switch) to a 5ESS AT&T/Lucent Technologies DCS. As Lead Field Engineer.

    ▪ Field Engineer for the initial (now decommissioned) AMPS 850 Autoplex 1000 network (including backhaul network based on PDH radios from Harris)

    ▪ Operations In-Charge for Mar del Plata Mobile Switch Center (MSC) (ECP+5ESS) – 1993 Customer: CTI (Ex Verizon Argentina) 150 AMPS Base Stations, MSC+Definity DCS (then 5ESS). Mar del Plata, Argentina. In charge of operations.

    Business or sector Wireless, Broadband, Access, Transmission, WDMA 


    1991-1992 RF and Antenna Design and Developer

    IATA Alcatel

    ▪ RF and Antenna Design and Developer

    Retrofit of the TFH918-U (490MHz) Intermediate Frequency dual-conversion. UHF radio link developed originally for Thomson-Alcatel.

    Business or sector RF and Mw, Radio Systems.  


    1990 - 1991 High-Frequency Laboratory – Mar del Plata University (Facultad de Ingenieria)

    Researcher (Graduate) and Communications I and Communications II Academic Assistant (1st Class, Exclusive Dedication) 

    R&D on Propagation at Medium wave (Ionosphere / Plasma propagation)  670kHz

    MW antenna development (using 1st version of Touchstone simulator running on MS DOS), Arrays, Helical, Yagi-Uda log periodic, Rhomboidal, Ring-O, Loaded Monopole ¼ wavelength. Directional couplers design (again using Touchstone).

    Digital Field Strength Meter (670kHz) design and prototype, for above Ionosphere propagation study, (Degree Thesis)        

    Business or sector Academic, R&D



    2007 - 2008 Executive Master in Finance (MSF)

    INSTITUTO DE EMPRESA (IEBS), IE Business School, Madrid.

    Accreditation by EQUIS (European quality Improvement Systems), AMBA (Association of MBAs) and AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), Bologna Agreement.

    IE Business School ranked No. 1 in Europe by Financial Times


    1983 - 1991 BSc Electrical Engineering (6 year Programme)


    (Degree approved by Spanish MEC, homologation)

    Among another subject, Electronics. Devices, Systems of Telecommunication. Satellite, Radio Frequency. Antennas. University subjects ranging from Maths I (scalar), II (vector, matrix), II (Complex), Physics I (Solid body), II (Electromagnetism), III (Quantum Mechanics), Algebra, Analytic Geometry, Calculus, Computation.    


    1977 - 1982 Electronics Technical School

    Escuela Nacional de Educación Técnica N1

    14 de Julio

    Mar del Plata


    Secondary School with three more years of Technical subjects including workshops floor.


    2009 - 2010 PRINCE 2 (2009) practitioner


    ▪ 2009 (Foundation) Madrid, Spain

    ▪ 2010 (Certification) Certified Practitioner, Milton Keynes, UK

    Project Management 

    Office of Government Commerce (OGC) the United Kingdom




    Mother tongue(s) Spanish


    Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production

    English C2 C2 C1 C1 C2

    Italian A2 A2 A2 A2 -

    Portuguese A2 A2 A2 A2 -

    Catalan B2 B2 B2 B2 A1

    Levels: A1/2: Basic user - B1/2: Independent user - C1/2 Proficient user

    Common European Framework of Reference for Languages


    Communication skills Good communication skills gained on the various positions and cultures I have been involved into. Three continents, two (and ½) languages. Persuasive, good listener. High profile forums (NATO, ESA) 

    Organisational / managerial skills I have been responsible for teams ranging from 5 people (ABSL, COMDEV, LUCENT/AT&T, INDRA) to 15 people (India Reliance Deployment). Had a formal training at Lucent (“Managing People and Performance” course). Been in Managerial positions (as per CV).

    Job-related skills EVM (Earn Value Management) Experience, MS Office 365 Advanced user, MS Project 2013, Including Project Server user, WebEx (including Chair/Organizer, User), ESA ECSS-M-ST-10C (Space Project Management), English, Spanish fluent, some Italian, Catalan, Portuguese. Former NATO Confidential (NC) Clearance (Expired). Export Compliancy ITAR/EAR. 

    DAPTIV, ESA PSS Forms / ESA Tender Process (Supporting BDM) 

    Experience in deploying processes, map work packages and work breakdown structures linking to Earned Value Management analysis. Assessing execution times and resource allocation for complex activities including those from subcons. Good experience in System Development, Qualification Programmes (ESA), Infrastructure deployment, Gated Process / Baselined. Project life cycle.  NPI (from concept to ramp/volume), multi-disciplined groups, both HW/SW (Including Software Development Plan). Procurement, Customer relationship (private and governmental), Contract/Statement of Work, Bid and Business Case creation/maintenance. Contract Change, Change Control, Negotiation skills.

    Computer skills ▪ Office 2013 (Advanced user from 1992). MS Project Server, DAPTIV.

    Other skills Analogic Electronics prototyping (hobby). Interested in Physics, Geometrodynamics (recently) Interested. Father (yes, this also a skill). 




    XV SEMINARIO DE MARKETING 01/04/2008 to 03/04/2008 



    Emerging New Technologies in the new millennium 11/09/2000 to 15/09/2000 

    Lucent Technologies. 20 hours. 


    Business Case Development 03/04/2000 to 07/04/2000 

    Lucent Technologies. 20 hours. 


    Time Management 22/11/1999 to 26/11/1999 

    Lucent Technologies. 20 hours. 


    Specs and Drawings 06/08/1999 to 10/08/1999 

    Lucent Technologies. 20 hours. 


    Managing People and Performance 05/10/1998 to 09/10/1998 

    Lucent Technologies. 20 hours. 


    Basic Finance 06/07/1998 to 08/07/1998 

    Andersen Consulting. 25 hours. 


    The Telecommunications Manager 01/06/1998 to 30/06/1998 

    The Gartner Group UK. 100 hours. 


    TLEN 5310 Telecommunications Systems ITP 02/02/1998 to 03/08/1998 

    University of Colorado at Boulder. 250 hours. 


    TLEN 5510 Wireless Communications ITP 02/02/1998 to 03/08/1998 

    University Of Colorado at Boulder. 250 hours. 


    TLEN 5835 Economics, Policy and Management ITP 01/01/1998 to 03/08/1998 

    University of Colorado at Boulder. 300 hours. 


    Subscriber Location in CDMA Cellular Networks 02/09/1997 to 02/09/1997 

    Georgia Institute of Technology. 3 hours.


    High Speed Data Service Over CDMA 14/03/1997 to 14/03/1997 

    Bell Laboratories -Performance Analysis Dept. 3 hours. 


    The PACS PCS Standard 12/03/1997 to 12/03/1997 

    AT&T Laboratories. 3 hours. 


    Topics in Wireless Network Design 11/03/1997 to 11/03/1997 

    Sirin Tekinay. Bell Labs 3 hours 


    Multi-user Interference Suppression in Wireless Communication 10/03/1997 to 10/03/1997

    Stevens Institute of Technology. 3 hours.


    WS5571 Switching 5ESS 02/11/1995 to 02/11/1995

    Lucent Technologies. 50 hours. 


    LTT220L Optical Communications 30/10/1995 to 30/10/1995

    Lucent Technologies. 25 hours. 


    LTT330L ATM Technology and Applications 16/10/1995 to 23/10/1995

    Lucent Technologies. 25 hours. 


    LTT320L SDH Standards & Applications 10/10/1995 to 10/10/1995 

    Lucent Technologies. 25 hours. 


    AT&T CL 3505 (Networking) 03/04/1995 to 03/04/1995 

    AT&T. 20 hours. 


    AT&T CL 1505 (Switching) 31/08/1994 to 31/08/1994 

    AT&T. 20 hours. 


    AT&T CL 2501 (Mobile) 23/02/1994 to 23/02/1994 

    AT&T. 20 hours. 


    AT&T CL 2504 (Mobile) 16/02/1994 to 16/02/1994 

    AT&T. 20 hours. 


    AT&T CL1000 (Mobile) 09/02/1994 to 09/02/1994 

    AT&T. 20 hours. 


    Cellular Radio & Personal Communications 01/08/1991 to 30/08/1991 

    IEEE. Buenos Aires 150 hours. 

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