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     Date Submitted:12-11-2017
     Last Modified:12-11-2017 (04:21)
    Job information
     Current job:Spacecraft Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsPower Thermal engineer, Control Systems, software development
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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Personal details:

    Electronic Engineer. Master in Space Studies.

    Bolivian

     

    Education and Qualifications:

    2016 – 2017                International Space University (ISU). Master of Space Studies, MSS17. Strasbourg, France.

    Description:

    Master degree in Space Studies. Thesis referred to Asteroid Mining.

    2006 – 2011. Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. La Paz, Bolivia. Electronic Engineering.

    Description:

    5 years bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering, with mention in Control Systems and a thesis referred to renewable energy for wind turbines.

    2012-2013. Specialized course on Technology Training of TKSAT-1 Satellite Mission. Shenzhou Institute, China Academy of Space Technology. Beijing, China.

    Description:

    Contract with ABE (Bolivian Space Agency) to be part of the training in Communication Satellites in Beijing China as a technology transfer program, followed by a year of availability for training new technicians in ground operations for the Bolivian Communications GEO satellite TKSAT – 1 and other tasks that the Bolivian Space Agency required.

    2014. Higher Education Diploma. Universidad Mayor de San Andres. “Classroom Pedagogic Organization and Administration in Superior Education”

    Description:

    6 months diploma course on Superior Education. Necessary to provide lectures in Bolivian universities and focused on pedagogic organization and administration.

    2005. Diploma “Técnico Superior en idioma Ingles” Advanced English degree. Centro Boliviano Americano CBA, Fundación Cultural y Educativa. La Paz, Bolivia.

    Description:

    3.5 years diploma in English as a foreign language, followed by post-grad courses.

    < >Working Experience.

     

    Intern Engineering Position in the Power/Thermal department, Spacecraft survivability. Société Européenne des Satellites (SES)

    Betzdorf - Luxembourg

    As part of the master degree obtained with ISU (International Space University) the intern position with SES, satellite service provider, involved software development and object oriented programming in Matlab and GUI environment. The software is intended to be used as a monitoring and modeling tool for daily operations and analysis within spacecraft.

    2015 - 2016

    Software Engineer at Shanghai Wan Yi Investment Management Ltda. Shanghai, China

    As an IT engineer, the main tasks were to develop applications and support the current software of the company. Most of the applications use windows platforms and were developed in Microsoft Visual Studio. The applications were also developed as a team.

     

    Project Supervisor at A Comunicaciones SRL. Telecommunications Field. La Paz, Bolivia

     

    Project management and supervising. The main task was to organize teams that implement ground stations for communications. Scheduling, computing costs, monitoring and coordinating the teams and the customers in discussion meetings. Software used: Microsoft Project, Excel, others.

     

     

    Researcher at SUPSI (Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana). Lugano, Switzerland.

     

    Researcher for the Innovative technology department at SUPSI. Part of a team of engineers to develop, test and prototype electronic applications to answer needs of the industry. Control systems oriented. Software used: Microsoft Visual Studio, Altium (circuit design), others.

     

    Research assistant at Applied Electronics Institute. Universidad Mayor de San Andres. La Paz, Bolivia.

     

     

    Researcher with a team of engineers to focus on local industry to support with electronic applications. Propose, negotiate and develop projects for different local sectors and implement the applications for the industry. Software used: Matlab, Microcontrollers specific software, others.

     

    Assistant Professor of Programming and Numeric Methods. Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. La Paz, Bolivia.

     

    Assistant Professor providing lectures and classes directed to practical use of numeric methods. Math oriented classes, exercises solving and theory application.

     

    Assistant Professor of Programming and Numeric Methods. Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. La Paz, Bolivia.

     

    Assistant Professor providing lectures and classes directed to practical use of numeric methods. Math oriented classes, exercises solving and theory application.

     

     

    < >Software languages.

    -Assembler.

    -Basic.

    -C++.

    -C#.

    -Object oriented programming.

    -Matlab/Simulink/GUI

    < >Language proficiency.

    -Spanish (Native)

    -English (Fluent)

    -Italian (Superior)

    -French (Medium)

    -Chinese (Basic)

    < >Publications. “Low Cost Asteroid Mining using Small Spacecraft”. Presented at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC), 2017, Adelaide, Australia. IAC-17,B4,8,7,x40067. “Analysis of an Asteroid Mining Architecture using Small Spacecraft”. Presented at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC), 2017, Adelaide, Australia. IAC-17,D1,2,5,x40070

     

     


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