Nash from USA applies for Blue Card Germany

Mechanical engineers

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Name of profession: Mechanical engineers Name of latest business sector: Aerospace Latest occupation/title: Development Engineer Latest main activities: Project Management, mechanisms engineering


Completed education: bachelor Title or Qualification: Aerospace Engineering Specialisation: Astronautics Additional trainings:

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1. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | 2. Preferred country | region / city: Austria | 3. Preferred country | region / city: Italy |

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1. Language skills: english => excellent 2. Language skills: german => reasonable 3. Language skills: =>

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Nash Clemens

Energetic Systems Engineer with Project Management and Testing Experience.

Work Experience

Systima Technologies, Inc. (5/08- Current)
Sr. Development Engineer
Work with CAD/E programs, engineering analysis, and testing to design and integrate new hardware into aerospace systems, including Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), manned aircraft, launch vehicles and spacecraft. Specializing in electromechanical and pyrotechnic systems. Extensive experience coordinating cross discipline teams to create a final product.
Form, execute and report testing for development and qualification of highly energetic systems through lab and flight testing. Develop test systems to ensure accurate and complete demonstration testing in the lab and on the bench prior to flight testing. Transition hardware from development to flight qualified systems.
Highlight projects include:
Designed payload section on a US Missile Defense Agency funded sounding rocket test flight with exo-atmospheric dispense including video and data recording of event.
Created and deployed flight safety test boxes for Air Force Special Operations Command.
Developed new munition dispensing system from concept to successful flight testing including integration onto UAS platform.
Lead design and development engineer on Orion Forward Bay Cover Thrusters.
Project Manager for a wide range of Spacecraft Parachute Mortar Systems, ranging from 2” to 12” in diameter.

Siemens Medical, Ultrasound Division. (11/07-3/08)
Mechanical Engineer Contractor, Senior Staff
Mechanical design of new mobile ultrasound machine.
Designed plastic, sheet metal and machined parts and assemblies with Pro/E software package.
Performed test and validation on component and whole system to verify design requirements met.

Andrews Space, Inc. (3/07-9/07)
Founding member of the modeling and simulation group, specializing in hardware and software integration.
Developed new aerospace specific tool using MATLab, virtual machines and remote clients.
Design requirements definition and conducted development & supporting trade study analysis.
Conducted Reliability Analysis (FMEA and RBD) of early design options for trade studies.
Received Simulink Stateflow and Simulink Real Time Workshop training from MathWorks.

The Boeing Company (12/06-3/07)
Autoflight Systems Engineer Intern
Updated and maintained SCD and ICD for the Autopilot Flight Director System for 747, 757, 767 & 777 aircraft.
Assisted customers in troubleshooting various reports from active aircraft.
Supported team members with software validation at Aircraft Simulation Laboratory.

The Boeing Company (6/05-9/05)
Systems Engineer Intern
Coordinated with a first time supplier through on site review and testing.
Created process improvements in support of LEAN Engineering.

Cal Poly CubeSat Project (06/02-9/04)
Technical Coordinator, Student Research Assistant
Coordination Team member supporting developers worldwide building to the CubeSat Specification, “pico” class satellite standard developed by Standford and Cal Poly.
Organized the First Annual CubeSat Developer’s Workshop

B.S. Aerospace Engineering, Astronautics Concentration, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Related Experience

Cal Poly Space Systems (09/01-6/05)
Member through President
Supported NASA Langley and Star Craft Boosters’ Starbooster launch configuration testing.
Initiated and lead in-house development of hybrid rocket motor system as Team Lead, VP and then President.
Experience manufacturing and testing composite structures and handling ammonium perchlorate composite propellant.

PolySat, Picosatellite Project (10/01-9/04)
Mechanical Systems Lead
Responsible for structural design and configuration of CP2 satellite and CPX bus.
Involved from CP2 design kickoff through production and testing.
Developed requirements and design in a multidisciplinary environment.

Licenses & clearances
Washington State Blasters License, Industrial Ordinance
BATF Low Explosives Users Permit, Authorized User
Current USAF Aerospace & Operational Physiological Training (AFI 11-403)

Lee, Toorian, Clemens, Puig-Suari. “Cal Poly Coordination of Multiple CubeSats on the DNEPR Launch Vehicle”, 18th Annual AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites.

Project Management, SolidWorks, SolidWorks Motion, I-DEAS, Pro/E Wildfire, GD&T (ASME Y14.5), Test Instrumentation and Data Acquisition, DATAQ Instrumentation, Microstar Laboratories DAQ, Technical Writing, Amateur Radio Operator

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