Aerospace engineer experienced in the development and validation of flight performance software and CFD post-processing solutions. Extensive knowledge on design patterns, software architectures and user-oriented designs after more than three years programming in different languages. Exemplary ability to design innovative algorithms. Highly organized, creative and detail-oriented; able to stay calm and focused under pressure.
Aircraft Performance Engineer
Aircraft performance calculation, modelling and certification. Development of a DO-178C certified software for military aircraft.
Aircraft Performance/Acoustics Engineer
Development and validation of aircraft performance software for acoustic certification of Airbus Defence & Space aircrafts.
Flight Performance Software Engineer
Development and validation of flight performance software, working in the calculation kernel as well as in the creation of supporting tools and graphical interfaces for UNIX and iOS; being the main development in Fortran 77 and using PyQt, Objective-C and Swift among others for the supporting tools.
Main software is an EASA certified tool for low speed performance calculation.
Most activities were related to the evolution of the software in order to adapt it to other aircrafts as A400M and the validation of these modifications, as well as customer support and analysis activities.
Development of CFD post-processing tools for DLR TAU in several programming languages like C, Fortran and Python under an UNIX environment. Some of them using advanced high level computing techniques like MPI, OpenMP and Chimera.
Master in Professional Development
CIFF master which objective is to professionally develop young university students, preparing them in those competencies which are more valued by the labor market.
Aerospace engineering (5 years degree) in ETSIA. Specialized in aircraft design with subjects as aerodynamics and flight physics.
Final degree project
Final degree project during an Erasmus scholarship in Prague.
"Optimization of a composite nose wheel undercarriage"
This project is framed in the design of the UL-39 ultralight aircraft developed by the CTU in Prague, and made mostly of composite materials. The project covers the CAD design, finite element analysis (FEM) and the optimization of the nose wheel undercarriage. The analysis and design were performed with NX Nastran and its composite module.
High English level with wide professional experience in international environments. Last official certification obtained is First Certificate (University of Cambridge) level B2. However, unofficial test results show a C1 level in all competencies.
Experience in aerospace engineering, mainly in flight performance.
Advanced proficiency in Python, C, Fortran and Visual Basic as well as Matlab and Objective-C.
Knowledge of scripting languages as bash or KSH.
Background on Design Patterns such as singleton, decorator or composite and architectural patterns as the Model View Controller (MVC).
Extensive knowledge of high-level computing techniques as MPI (Message Passing Interface) and Chimera meshes.
Ability to work under UNIX operative systems, including Mac OS X.
Experienced with CAD software as CATIA, Solid Edge and NX (including NX Nastran) as well as design software as the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator) or Maya