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     Current job:Mission Planning Systems Software Engineer
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsEngineer Support Procurement Ground Segment Mission Planning System Software Maintenance ECSS Standards Lifecycle Project Development ESA EUMETSAT
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Sex: Male | Date of birth: 05/09/1976 | Nationality: Portuguese

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Jan 2014 – Present

    Mission Planning Software Engineer for LEO Missions

     

    EUMETSAT / TSS / GSI / MCAT (Visionspace Technologies)

     

    Technical Coordinator/Responsible for the “Mission Planning LEO” area of the Monitoring and Control Applications Team. Main duties comprise: provision of support evolutive maintenance services for the EPS and Sentinel 3 Programmes also provision of support to establishment of new Programmes at EUMETSAT, namely via support to the procurement of EPS-SG and Jason-CS MCO Sub-Segments.

    Main maintenance-related tasks/activities:

    Liaising with OPS users for the provision of first-line investigation of anomalies and identification/translation of new OPS evolutions into technical specifications;

    Providing management support and performing follow-up of anomaly resolution by liaising with external industrial partners and suppliers responsible for maintenance contracts;

    Reception, installation and execution of formal IV&V activities for S/W deliveries;

    Development and maintenance of test-harness frameworks for automated and unattended test execution;

    Responsible for the definition and consolidation ofa Mission Planning S/W Kernel/ Customization/ Mission Specific set of functions with the goal of rationalizing existing commonalities among the different LEO missions and thus introducing significant cost-savings (in the long term) with the maintenance of the different Ground Segment Mission Planning Sub-Systems;

    Performing review and writing of technical documentation such as Test Plans, Test Procedures, Test Reports, Interface Control Documents, Architectural and Software Design Documents, System and Software Requirements Documents, Software Release Notes and Software User Manuals;

    All S/W maintenance activities in direct of support routine operations are conducted as per the well-established EUMETSAT Change Management and Quality Assurance processes (including participation in anomaly and engineering change review boards) and supplemented by S/W maintenance working practices developed at the level of the MCAT team;

    Additionally, I also provide support to procurement activities (Sentinel3, EPS-SG and Jason-CS):

    Specification of Mission Planning sub-systems for the Mission Control and Operations sub-segment (phases B/C/D), namely, definition, engineering and management of system-level technical requirements supported by DOORS and compliant with EUMETSAT's requirements change management processes;

    Providing support and participating in technical reviews for the MOC (Mission Operations and Control) and MPS Sub-Systems (e.g.: SWRR, PDR and CDR-soon) ensuring the specification and design derived by the industrial contractor is properly performed and fulfils the EUMETSAT's mission needs (by interfacing with the OPIT team - Operations Preparation and Integration team, as required).

    Discussing and defining concepts, performing technical analysis and capturing its details as Technical Notes and Diagrams.

     

    Business or sector Aerospace

    Apr 2009 – Dec 2013

    Data Access Software Engineer

    EUMETSAT / TSS / GSI / Data Access Team (ANTITINUS)

    System architect, designer and developer of Monitoring and Control solutions for UMARF, EARS and DADF. Also, responsible for collection of user requirements, formal testing/validation campaigns and writing of technical documentation. Provided formal testing and acceptance support for S/W products maintained by external suppliers; provided also S/W engineering expertise to Multi-Mission Elements developed and maintained by the GSI Data Access Engineering team.

    Main Projects:

    Monitoring and Control Systems for Dissemination and Archival Systems – Designer and developer of a generic solution for near real-time monitoring and process control, which enables OPS Analysts to monitor and command the flow/ingestion/ dissemination of Meteorological products  for UMARF, EARS and DADF facilities at EUMETSAT.

    Earth Observation Portal - EUMETSAT’s main user doorway, which allows searching and retrieval of information about all MET products, S/W and documentation, distributed by EUMETSAT and its partner agencies. Responsible for design and development of the back-end data management layer and web-enabled Dynamic Reports’ MMI.

    GEMS – Generic Event Monitoring Software – Responsible for formal acceptance and testing of software delivered by the external contractor.

    OSSI – Operations Service Status Indicator – Provides real-time monitoring of all EUMETSAT’s disseminated MET products, available to the wide public via the EUMETSAT’s corporate website. Responsible for the design and development of the software.

    Business or sector Aerospace

    Jul 2007 – Mar 2009

    Multi-Programme Software Engineer

    EUMETSAT / OPS / MED (ANTITINUS)

    Member of the Multi-Programme/Generic Applications engineering team at the Department of Operations at EUMETSAT/MED. System architect and software developer for EDDI, a Multi-Mission (MTP/MSG/Jason2/EPS/MTG) centralized Metadata Management repository for Data Formats and Product Specifications, based on platform-independent Java, XML dialects and MySQL Server technologies.

    Business or sector Aerospace

    Mar 2006 – Jun 2007

    Software Support Engineer

    EUMETSAT / OPS / MED (Deimos Engenharia)

    Providing expert consultancy services to EUMETSAT in the area of standardization and specification of interfaces and also definition of ICD generation frameworks and Data Formats specifications. Also a key technical contributor to proposals in response to ESA and EUMETSAT ITTs.

    Main Projects:

    EDDI - EUMETSAT Data Dictionary and ICD generation framework (on-site support): Responsible for software design, development, deployment, testing and user-training of a cross-programme (MTP, MSG, EPS, Jason-2) XML specification framework (and also tools to exploit it) for dynamic generation and up-to-date maintenance of interface specification documents, for product generation and archival facilities at EUMETSAT’s premises.

    GEFIS – Generic Exchange Format and Interface Standardization for Ground Segment (for ESOC): Providing expert technical consultancy support during the initial phases of requirements gathering and architectural definition.

    Business or sector Aerospace

    Mai 2005 – Feb 2006

    Senior Project Engineer

    Deimos Engenharia / Ground Segment Systems Division

    Technical leader in the Ground Segment Systems Division and key contributor for technical proposals for EUMETSAT and ESOC. Responsible for the administration of all existing software at the company, including licensing and management of installations and also provided support during the main company’s marketing events (e.g. B2B, workshops and conferences).

    Main Projects:

    EDDI - EUMETSAT Data Dictionary and ICD generation framework: Technical manager, responsible for the definition of the system architecture and development of the XML-based framework using XML related technologies). Also responsible for writing and management of all associated project documentation.

    SESS - Space Environment Support System for Navigation & Telecom: Technical contributor, for the definition of the overall SESS system architecture.

    Business or sector Aerospace & Defense Supplier

    Mar 2003 – Apr 2005

    Project Manager

    UNINOVA / CA3 – Soft-Computing Research Group

    Responsible for team coordination, project development following ECSS quality standards, writing and management of both all the associated project documentation and S/W releases to the client (ESOC) of the SEIS project. Responsible for the design and development of the near real-time data processing module of the architecture and MMI design for the SEIS online monitoring tool.

    Also spokesperson of UNINOVA/CA3 research group in major national and international workshops, conferences and meetings.

    Business or sector Research Institute

    Sep 2001 – Feb 2003

    Research Engineer

    UNINOVA / CA3 – Soft-Computing Research Group

    Responsible for the coordination/elaboration of studies and designing of operational prototypes for ESTEC and ESOC, using Soft Computing techniques.

    Main Projects:

    Aurora Programme – Technical Study (Knowledge Technologies in the Context of the AURORA Programme)

    XMM Solar Array Monitor: Responsible for design and development of a Neural Network Model Management application (“wizard-like”) in MatLab, for generation of generic time-series forecasting models and data.

    Envisat Gyroscope Monitoring Tool: Responsible for the design and development of a near real-time gyroscope monitoring tool for ENVISAT using MatLab. Also responsible for writing of associated technical documentation. This tool implemented a fuzzy expert system engine for generation of the early diagnostics and alarms.

    Business or sector  Research Institute

     

    EDUCATION

     

     

     

    2011-2012

    Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering

     

    Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Portugal

    2003-2005

    Master of Science in Applied Artificial Intelligence

    Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Portugal

     

    1995-2001

    Licentiate in Computer Science Engineering

    Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Portugal

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

     

     

    Mother Tongue(s)

    Portuguese

    Other language(s)

    English, French, Spanish

    Communication Skills

    I am an outgoing and calm person, familiar with presentation of ideas (technical meetings) or communicating with crowds (at conferences and workshops) in either English or my mother tongue (Portuguese);

    Since I joined EUMETSAT in 2006, I have been exposed to a living and challenging multi-cultural environment;

    Last but not least, since I started my professional career, I have maintained some presence at international meetings, conferences and workshops.

    Organizational /

    Managerial Skills

    I consider myself to be quite an organized person, able to drive meetings, coordinate small teams and also capable of lead software development projects.

    Job-related Competences

    Proven experience in development and maintenance (including performing of internal development and/or liaising

    Sound experience in provision of support to procurement phases B/C/D of Ground Segment components (System and Sub-System levels) for LEO missions (Sentinel 3, EPS-SG, Jason-CS) – mainly related with Mission Planning;

    Competent in both reviewing and writing of technical documentation such as Test Plans, Test Procedures, Test Reports, Interface Control Documents (including Protocol, Datastream and Application Data Units details and description), Architectural and Software Design Documents (including UML and IDEF modelling using Enterprise Architect and MS Visio), System and Software Requirements Documents (including management of requirements in DOORS), Software Release Notes and Software User Manuals;

    Familiar with the application of ECSS and CCSDS standards to software design/development processes;

    Solid knowledge of well-established EUMETSAT Change Management, Quality Assurance process and Working Practices;

    Able to devise and design technically challenging solutions and capture its engineering details as System and Software requirements and design specifications;

    Experienced developer of software in Java, XML, VBA and Visual Studio .NET. Familiar with C/C++ programming;

    Polite, friendly, good listener and helpful whenever I am asked for supporting activities which go beyond the scope of my work assignments;

    Familiar with provision of On-Call and routine operations of LEO missions (in the area of Mission Planning);

    Creativity, pro-activeness and problem-solving mentality;

    Computer Skills

    Modelling/Design/Specification: DOORS, Rational Rose, Enterprise Architect, MS Visio;

    Programming languages: Java, Visual Basic for Applications, C, C++, MatLab, Visual Basic .NET;

    Anomaly Tracking/Process Management:Bugzilla, Jira, EUMETSAT Anomaly Processing Tool, Serena Dimensions;

    Database: Oracle Server, MySQL, MS SQL Server; PL/SQL, TSQL, Oracle SQL Developer;

    Web-oriented development: JSF, JSP, php, ASP.Net, Javascript, XML/XSLT/XSD/XSL:FO, XHTML, IIS, Apache, Tomcat, Apache FOP, MyFaces;

    Software Development & Deployment: Eclipse, MS Visual Studio .NET, Altova (XMLSpy, Authentic, Stylevision, UModel), StylusStudio, oXygen, MatLab IDE, Ant, Maven, JasperReports / iReports;

    Testing: Oracle e-Tester/e-Load, JUnit, JMeter, JProbe, Sikulix;

    APIs: Borland Starteam, MS Office SDK, JDom, Xerces, Xalan, Saxon, Spring LDAP/JDBC;

    Source Control / Configuration Management: SubVersion, CVS, Borland StartTeam, Visual Source Safe, IBM Rational Clear Case, Serena Dimensions;

    Monitoring and Control: Nagios, Nagiosplugin development, Nagvis, GEMS, SMART;

    OS: Linux, Solaris, MS Win, MS-DOS, BeOS and Virtual OS (VMWare, MS Virtual PC, Virtual Box);

    Scripting: Unix/Linux shell scripting, DOS-BATCH;

    MS Office Tools: Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Project;

    Document Management: HummingBird DM, Oracle Web Center (Document Management Tool Implementation), IBM Intelligent Miner, SPSS

    Additional Courses

    Executive Course, Space Systems Engineering, Southampton, UK (2011)

    Introduction to Rational DOORS, Darmstadt, Germany (2010)

    Document Management Systems - Processes and Procedures - Quorum Training - Darmstadt, Germany (2010)

    Hummingbird DM Training – EUMETSAT, Darmstadt, Germany (2006)

    NN2004 – Summer School on “Neural Networks in Classification, Regression and Data Mining” – FCUP/ISEP, Portugal (2004)

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

    Scientific Publications

     

    2012

    N. Viana (2012). “Information Technology Consultancy Applied to the Aerospace Sector”. UNL/FCT – Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Lisbon, Portugal, March.

     

    2006

    N. Viana, J. Moura-Pires (2006). “A XML Data Dictionary and Document Representation Framework for Binary File Structure Description”, in XATA2006, Portalegre, Portugal, February.

     

    2005

    N. Viana (2005)."Extraction and Transformation of Data from Semi-structured Text Files in Real-Time": M.Sc. Thesis Report. UNL/FCT – Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Lisbon, Portugal, December.

    N. Viana, R. Raminhos and J. Moura-Pires (2005). “A Real Time Data Extraction, Transformation And Loading Solution for Semi-Structured Text Files”, in Workshop on Extraction of Knowledge from Databases and Warehouses (EKDB&W ‘2005)/12th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence (EPIA ‘2005), Covilhã, Portugal, December.

    M. Pantoquilho, N. Viana, R. Ferreira, J. Moura-Pires, A. Donati, A. Baumgartner, F. Di Marco, L. Peñin and T. Hormigo (2005), “SEIS: A Decision Support System for Optimizing Operations Strategies”, in 2004 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Montana, USA, March.

     

    2004

    N. Viana, J. Moura-Pires and A. Donati (2004). “Handling heterogenous real-time and historical Space Weather and Spacecraft data in the SEIS project” (poster). First European Space Weather Week (FESWW 2004), Noordwijk, Netherlands, December.

    N. Viana, A. Pereira, R. Ribeiro and A. Donati (2004). “Handling missing values in solar array performance degradation forecasting”. 15th Mini-EURO Conference in Managing Uncertainty in Decision Support Models (MUDSM 2004), Coimbra, Portugal, September.

    M. Pantoquilho, J.Neto, N. Viana, R. Ribeiro and J. Moura-Pires (2004). “Online and Offline Monitoring and Diagnosis of Spacecraft and Space Weather Status”. Workshop on Data and Knowledge Engineering (EUROFUSE’ 2004), Warsaw, Poland, September.

    J. Moura-Pires, M. Pantoquilho and N. Viana (2004), “Space Environment Information System for Mission Control Purposes: Real-Time Monitoring and Inference of Space Craft Status” – 2004 IEEE Multiconference on CCA/ISIC/CACSD, Taipei, Taiwan, September.

    Ivan Dorotovič, Alfredo Pereira, Nuno Viana , Jasna Kovačevič , Rita A. Ribeiro , F. Javier Varas and Alessandro Donati (2004), “Solar Array Degradation: A Monitoring and Predictive Tool” (poster) – Optimization 2004 - 5th International conference on optimization, Lisbon, Portugal, July.

    Ivan Dorotovič, M. Pantoquilho, N. Viana and J. Moura-Pires (2004), “Space Environment Information System for Mission Control Purposes - a Decision Support System based on an architecture for space weather services” (poster) - IAU Symposium No. 223, St. Petersburg, Russia, June.

    J. Moura Pires, M. Pantoquilho and N. Viana (2004), “Real-Time Decision Support System for Space Missions Control”. The 2004 International Conference on Information and Knowledge Engineering (IKE'04), Las Vegas, USA, June.

    A. Donati, F. Di Marco, N. Viana, M. Pantoquilho, A. Baumgartner and J. Pires (2004), “Space Weather and Mission Control: A Roadmap to an Operational Multi-Mission Decision Support System”, 8th International Conference on Space Operations (SpaceOps 2004), Montreal, Canada, May.

    Ivan Dorotovič, M. Pantoquilho, N. Viana and J. Moura-Pires (2004), “Space Environment Information System for Mission Control Purposes - a Decision Support System based on an architecture for space weather services” (poster) - 17th National Solar Physics Meeting, Slovakia, May.

    F. Di Marco, F. Cordero, M Schmidt and N. Viana (2004), “INTEGRAL: The Identification, isolation and recovery of the instruments anomalies conditions” (poster) – The INTEGRAL Universe 5th Workshop, Munich, Germany, February.

     

    2003

    N. Viana, Luís Peñin and A. Donati (2003), “Space Environment Information System for Mission Control Purposes” in Proceedings of "ESA Space Weather Workshop: Developing a European Space Weather Service Network" (poster), ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 3-5 November.

     

    2002

    A. Pereira, F. Moura Pires, R. Ribeiro, L. Correia, N. Viana, F. Javier Varas, G. Mantovani, P. Bargellini, R. Perez-Bonilla and A. Donati (2002), "Fuzzy expert system for gyroscope fault detection", in Proceedings of ESM'2002 16th European Simulation MultiConference, Darmstadt, Germany, June.

     

    2001

    N. Viana (2001). "Mining Data from FCT/UNL Student's Academic Archives": Final Graduation Report. UNL/FCT – Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Lisbon, Portugal, September.

     


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