Company Name: Rocket Factory, Augsburg, Germany Position: Project Manager for Propulsion Systems Description:
My responsibilities are project management of propulsion systems engineering development, propulsion system supply chain development, project management of additive manufacturing, supply chain process development, propulsion system manufacturing logic development, material development project management, internal resource for export control, internal resource for Missile Technology Control Regime, project management of Thrust Vector Control system.
Company Name: Rocket Factory, Augsburg, Germany
Position: Project Manager for Propulsion Systems
Company Name: Université libre de Bruxelles Position: Phd candidate Description:
After my graduation I worked at DLR Bremen as Research Scientist in the system engineering department for MMX (Martian Moon eXploration) and ReFex (Reusability Flight Experiment) missions. During my employment, I was in charge of a feasibility study of a gravimeter (currently under review for a patent qualification), I was actively involved in the mock up structure test campaign for the MMX rover in the LAMA (Landing and Mobility Test) facility and the FTS (Flight Termination System) for ReFex. I have recently started my Phd in Brussels at the Microgravity Research Center on ISRU for the Moon Village with the aim to develop shields with lunar regolith for thermal protection for the rovers.
Company Name: Université libre de Bruxelles
Position: Phd candidate
Company Name: German Orbital Systems, Berlin, Germany Position: Aerospace Engineer Description:
Manuel Alejandro García Gutiérrez
I am currently working on the design of a test bed in order to test the Attitude Determination and Control System of the GOS nanosatellites. I am mainly responsible for the structural design. Furthermore, I am involved in the design of different 6U satellite concepts and testing and manufacturing solar panels.
Company Name: German Orbital Systems, Berlin, Germany
Position: Aerospace Engineer
Company Name: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Stuttgart Position: Scientific Researcher Description:
I’m working with the group Energy systems Integration at the Institute of Engineering thermodynamics. My work is to build the Electrical Power Subsystem of an experimental satellite in collaboration with one more research institute which would be building the payload. The later part of my work would include radiation and environmental testing of the EPS and qualifying it for flight.
Company Name: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Stuttgart
Position: Scientific Researcher
Company Name: EXOLAUNCH, Berlin, Germany Position: Program Manager Description:
My main responsibilities are launch campaign management of international customers; development, ordering, assembly, integration and test of CubeSats, microsats, and their deployment systems; creating and maintaining documentation for external and internal use; rapid prototyping of satellite components.
Company Name: EXOLAUNCH, Berlin, Germany
Position: Program Manager
Position: Space Systems Engineer Description:
Currently I’m working as systems engineer for QKDSAT mission which is first kind of Quantum key distribution satellite in Europe. Herein my role is to design the redundant robust systems and sub-systems for QKDSAT payload by taking considerations from other sub-systems engineers. In addition to it, I do design and development of engineering models, engineering qualification model and flight model for the mission. And in parallel, I’m also drafting the new missions proposals to ESA and other companies.
Position: Space Systems Engineer
Company Name: GFZ Potsdam, Germany Position: Researcher Description:
I am working in the SEVA project (Scalable explorative change detection for big Sentinel-2 data). The goal of SEVA is the development of a scalable exploration-tool that enables users to extract all land cover changes in big Sentinel-2 data and to identify all changes relevant to the user.
Company Name: GFZ Potsdam, Germany
Position: Mechanical Systems Engineer Description:
I am currently working as a Mechanical Systems Engineer at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Germany. I am part of a team at Max Planck working on the GRAVITY+ Project. Our work involves upgrading the VTLs (Very Large Telescopes) in Chile, with further development of AO (Adaptive Optics) and Laser Guide Systems, in collaboration with ESO (European Southern Observatory) and other International Partner Institutes.
Position: Mechanical Systems Engineer
Company Name: O’sol, Cannes, France Position: Design Engineer – Space Structure and Mechanisms Description:
Since my MSE Thesis, I have been working on development of an innovative Solar Panel Deployment Mechanism for Cubesats in collaboration with CNES. Currently, I am working on new projects dealing with development of deployable space structures using flexible solar panels in satellites whose specifications defined by major companies in the space industry. The design would be modular and scalable for various space missions also it should overcome the deficiency of on-board power. My major tasks include technical study, structural design, creative development of mechanism and mechanical/thermal analysis of subsystem.
Company Name: O’sol, Cannes, France
Position: Design Engineer – Space Structure and Mechanisms
Company Name: beSpace GmbH, Berlin, Germany Position: MSE education manager/ PhD student Description:
I am currently assisting the MSE team in the administration and organization of the Master of Space Engineering (MSE) program at TU Berlin and giving the lecture of Human Spaceflight. In parallel, I pursue my Ph.D. which focuses on the development and integration of key additive manufacturing process for spacecraft manufacturing.
Company Name: beSpace GmbH, Berlin, Germany
Position: MSE education manager/ PhD student
Company Name: Cern, Geneva, Switzerland Position: Researcher Description:
Since finishing MSE I’ve been working at CERN on CO2 cooling systems for particle detectors. My work is a mix of systems engineering, thermofluid modeling, mechanical design and laboratory research, and builds directly on experience I gained during my master’s thesis. The systems engineering skills I developed on MSE to handle the space environment have also translated well to high-energy physics, where we have to guarantee reliability in a challenging thermal environment complicated by vacuum, radiation and magnetic fields.
Company Name: Cern, Geneva, Switzerland
I am currently working in a Korean company “VitzroNextech” as a senior researcher for a project of system development of a launch vehicle. The main topic of my project is design and manufacturing of the rocket engine, which always have inspired me since I was a child. I am also providing lectures to the MSE students whose subjects are the rocketry (space propulsion) and the fundamentals of the launch vehicle.
Company Name: Berlin Space Technologies GmbH, Berlin, Germany Description:
I am involved in the software design and development of on-board data handling systems for micro satellites. I work closely with hardware and different communication protocols. I am also responsible for the development of test automation frameworks for the satellite subsystems and their implementation. I also develop in-house GUIs to aid in the test procedures. Alongside, I also support in the preparation of relevant technical documentation.
Company Name: Berlin Space Technologies GmbH, Berlin, Germany
Company Name: German Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany Description:
Yaquelin M. Rosas-Ortiz
I work on planetary sensor systems at the Institute of Planetary Research. My work is closely linked to experiments and instrument-related activities, including scientific and technical proposals for planetary space missions, test activities, instrument design, and instrument calibration. Currently developing a concept for a M-class mission and supporting the opto-mechanical test of electrical components of JANUS camera, part of the interplanetary JUICE Mission probe, which is devoted the exploration of the Jovian planet system and of its Galilean Moons: Callisto, Io, Ganymede, and Europa.
Company Name: German Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany
Position: Research Assistant Description:
I have been working on the Attitude and Orbit Control subsystem of the NanoFF (Nanosatellites in Formation Flight) project at the Chair of Space Technology in TU Berlin. The project will demonstrate CubeSats with limited delta-v budget flying in pre-determined formations in Low Earth Orbit, which are useful for scientific research and Earth observation activities such as gravitational and magnetic field analysis, oceanography, glaciology, geology, terrain-modelling, land use and vegetation. This will also serve as a platform for hands-on engineering education for students and academic research..
Position: Research Assistant
Company Name: German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne, Germany Position: Flight Controller Description:
Currently I work as a Flight Controller Engineer for the German USOC called MUSC (Microgravity User Support Center), in particular I operate from ground Biolab, an European rack for biological experiments on the ISS, mainly focused on studying the effects of microgravity on human cells, tissues and small plants. I am also involved in a side project within the department of Aerospace Medicine to study the influence of hypergravity conditions on neural activity at molecular level, using primary neurons obtained from mice embryos and subjected to different gravity levels on a human centrifuge.
Company Name: German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne, Germany
Position: Flight Controller
Company Name: Center for Space Liege (CSL), Liege, Belgium Position: Thermal/Mechanical Engineer Description:
I am currently working on Thermal Analysis of Extreme UV Imager payload for a Heliophysics mission at L5 Lagrange point, Topological Optimization & Metallic 3D printing of Ariane 6 Launch vehicle components and Environmental testing of JUICE Spacecraft Solar panels, EUCLID collimator and 3MI instrument for Met-Op SG A Satellite.
Company Name: Center for Space Liege (CSL), Liege, Belgium
Position: Thermal/Mechanical Engineer
Company Name: Azimut Space GmbH, Berlin, Germany Position: Thermal and AIT Engineer Description:
My typical duties include design of thermal subsystems for spacecraft and running thermal vacuum testing for various subsystems that range from flight hardware to R&D. A project I am currently excited to be working on is the development of materials for the nose and leading edges of hypersonic and re-entry vehicles.
Company Name: Azimut Space GmbH, Berlin, Germany
Position: Thermal and AIT Engineer