Career Objectives: I moved to the UK to challenge myself and acquire knowledge of a new engineering culture. Due to this successful experience I am confident of my ability to adapt to the work environment in the US. My strong educational background and diverse rewarding professional experiences have enabled me to succeed. I always set my targets higher and am willing to work harder to excel.
2011/2012 Master of Science in Advanced Materials Manufacture. University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. Postgraduate degree
Courses : environmental and design against failure, lean manufacturing, aerospace materials, rapid product development, processing of engineering alloy...
2008/2011 Master of Engineering. National Engineering Institute in Mechanics and Microtechnologies, France. 5 years degree
“Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et des Microtechniques” at Besançon.
Courses : finite elements analysis, vibrating of discrete and continuous systems, product design, electronic, optics, fluid mechanics, programming, manufacturing and industrial metrology, economy, management…
2006/2008 Scientific “Classes Préparatoires aux Grandes Ecoles”, France.
Two years preparation for highly competitive exams to pass admission for French best engineering institutes.
Courses : mathematics, physics, industrial sciences, English and philosophy.
2006 Baccalauréat majoring Sciences, with honours.
2012 MSc Project: Damage Modelling in Fibre Reinforced Composites. University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. 3 months
Development of an appropriate damage model for applications to 3D composites and textile composites using programming software (Python) and Finite Element Analysis software (ABAQUS).
2011 Manufacturing Engineer – THALES – Paris. 8 months (6 months internship + 2 months contract)
Improve the process of fabrication on the whole assembly line, of tubes with hyper frequencies, used in science and army. Develop a brazing process for high frequencies windows which the original process broke the ceramic. Study of the behaviour of a brazing material made of germanium in order to replace a similar brazing material but exclusively composed of copper and gold.
2010 Structure & Calculations Engineer internship – C.E.A. (Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique) – Paris. 5 months
Design and size a test bench in order to proceed to diametral tensile tests, and a second test bench for axial compression tests. The aim of the project was to determinate mechanical characteristics of superconducting material, for use in the most precise MRI (Iseult) in the world.
Languages: French fluent, English excellent (905/990 at TOEIC, 7/9 at IELTS: level C1), Spanish intermediate (level A2)
Computer: CATIA, SolidWorks, ANSYS, ABAQUS, LS-Dyna, Cast3M, MatLab, C++, Python, S.A.P., Microsoft Office
Handball (competition level), squash, golf, gymnastics, skiing, snowboarding, sailing, travelling