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The next Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo mission to the International Space Station will demonstrate two new capabilities, one before launch and the other after the spacecraft departs the station. SpaceNews.com
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A major soft drink company says it will not pursue plans to advertise its products in space using a Russian startup, avoiding what likely would have been significant public criticism. SpaceNews.com
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The center core of the Falcon Heavy rocket that launched a communications satellite April 11 fell over after landing in rough seas, but SpaceX said the mishap won’t affect upcoming launches. SpaceNews.com
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    Job Description
    TitleIngénieur Traitements Bord H/F
    Job codeMMRO753
    Job posted on21/02/2019 (modified on 12/04/2019)
    LocationToulouse
    CountryFrance
    EducationMaster
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

    Votre mission au CNES :

    Au sein du service "Electronique numérique & traitements bord", nous recherchons un(e) responsable du développement d’équipements électroniques de traitement de données embarqués sur satellite depuis la phase de faisabilité jusqu’à la recette en vol.

    Dans un objectif de préparation des futures missions du CNES, il/elle a la responsabilité, en collaboration avec les experts en instrumentation et en traitement du signal, de la définition et de l’optimisation des chaînes de traitement bord.

    Il/Elle intervient/pilote donc des études relatives :

    ·        A la mise en œuvre de cibles dites « hétérogènes » très hautes performances de type SoC, MPSoC radhard (NanoXplore) mais également COTS (Xilinx)

    ·        A l’évaluation et au portage d’algorithmes nouveaux sur ces cibles

    ·        A l’optimisation de leurs performances dans un cadre de co-ingénierie hardware/software (VHDL/C)

    ·        A la conception de cœurs de calcul innovant basés sur ces technologies de rupture

    ·        A la définition d’architectures de chaînes images flexibles fortement optimisées en masse/volume/consommation type nanosat/microsat

    Il/Elle participe également aux activités des projets CNES en cours. Ainsi les tâches suivantes peuvent lui être confiées :

    ·        Dimensionnement et définition des chaînes de traitement bord des missions en phase 0

    ·        Développement, en délégation des projets, d’équipements de traitement de données embarqués du démonstrateur jusqu’au modèle de vol

    ·        Support aux projets (accompagnement et support aux développements industriels, expertises, revues, …) dans le domaine des équipements électroniques numériques embarqués

    Il/Elle sera amené(e) à travailler dans des contextes coopératifs, multi-métiers et multiculturels.

     

    Profil de candidat recherché :

    Ingénieur(e) grande école ou titulaire d'un doctorat en systèmes embarqués (électronique numérique et logiciel) vous avez idéalement des connaissances en électronique analogique et traitement du signal.

    Une première expérience professionnelle est souhaitée.

    La pratique de l’anglais est nécessaire.

    Vous possédez une bonne capacité d'analyse et de synthèse, savez prendre des initiatives. Vous faites preuve de créativité et d’autonomie tout en ayant le sens du travail en équipe. Rigueur et méthode sont vos points forts, alors vous êtes fait(e) pour le poste !

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    Contact information
    CompanyCentre National d'Etudes Spatiales
    Contact nameRessources Humaines
    Address2 place Maurice Quentin
    Paris
    France
    75039
    Emailmerci de postuler en ligne
    Web Pagehttp://www.cnes.fr


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