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Aerospace Engineering

Irving, Texas, United States
October 20, 2016

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Javier Sanchez

**** ******* **. *** ****, San Antonio, TX 78238



To obtain the quality engineer position and to reinforce my experience in conceptual design, inspection, and configuration tasks at Lancesoft Inc.


Texas A&M University College Station, TX August 2010 – May 2016 Major: Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering Minor: Mathematics and International Engineering Certification GPA: 3.3


Lab Researcher – National Aerothermochemistry Laboratory, Texas A&M College Station, TX May 2012 – May 2014

Research on a supersonic wind tunnel experiment. o Coordinated collection of Particle Image Velocimetry data related to proper utilization of a high-speed digital analog camera for measuring shock waves and communicated results to proper associates. o Designed a plasma wind tunnel from drawing clarifications, cost reduction in materials and equipment. o Performed air vehicle sizing from kinematics analysis and weight reports. o Developed data to support standard inspections and root cause investigations of conceptual design. o Performed safety operations and flow down of requirements. Calculus Tutor - Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M College Station, TX August 2011 – December 2012

Tutored Calculus I, II, III students.

o Held review sessions for homework, quiz, and exam assistance for first and second year engineering students to succeed in their calculus courses.


Senior Capstone Design Project, Texas A&M College Station, TX August 2015 – May 2016

Propulsion and system analysis lead for an unmanned aircraft vehicle design group. o Performed lab propulsion tests to validate E-calc calculations and results for the optimum thrust to weight ratio, propeller engine selection for overall flight performance and airworthiness certification. o Performed hands on 3D Stress modeling using CATIA for propeller and engine parts, as well as testing and assembly from 3D laser printing for wood and aluminum.

o Generated life cycle data using a quality functional development model. Performed statistical methods to assess the cost vs. risk levels in risk to operation management.

FMC Technologies Linear Reactor Design Project, Texas A&M College Station, TX September 2014 – January 2015

Remotely collaborated with Brazilian mechanical engineering students. o Designed a fluid flow system using Solidworks for a photo-catalytic linear reactor that would use sun rays to extract hydrocarbons in offshore production sites.

International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences, College Station, TX January 2014 - January 2015

Exchange Program Manager in charge of all international internships abroad, such as: Brazil, Colombia, Argentina. Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), Texas A&M College Station, TX August 2010 – May 2013

Community Service Chair.

o Attended national conferences in Washington DC, Cincinnati, OH, Anaheim, CA. TECHNICAL SKILLS

Intermediate CATIA V5(Primary design tool) skills.

Advanced FAA regulation knowledge.

Advanced Microsoft Office skills.

Aeronautical Engineering background.

Intermediate AutoCAD and geometric dimensioning skills.

Advanced ANSYS skills.


Highly motivated self-starter individual.

Excellent problem solving skills.

Able to build strong relationships with partners, customers, and influence peers towards common goal.

Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines under stressful environments.

Excellent communication skills including verbal and written in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

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