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career in control system design

 
#1 career in control system design
25/01/2013 08:26

swastika.sahoo

Hi,

I am an Engineer working in avionics domain and have work experience of 7 years .

my responsibilities:

Modeling and simulation of various a/c systems like, navigation, flight controls, and ancillaries.

And now pursuing MS in Embedded and Control System Design.

I want to take my career in control system design. I have worked into control logic design but not in embedded domain.

I have hands on controller design and tuning the performance using simulation tools like Simulink Control system toolbox.

Am more interested for job responibility like modeling and simulation, system identification, control logic design, (preferably in aerospace domain.)

So provide me info, like which are the companies have requirements for engineers with such experience.

Awaiting response.

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#2 RE: career in control system design
25/01/2013 12:04

$0.02 to swastika.sahoo (#1)

hmmm interesting choice of user name....

Probably best to direct said question somewhere slightly more qualified to answer it.

http://www.control.com/

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#3 RE: career in control system design
25/01/2013 13:37

marsday to swastika.sahoo (#1)

I would suggest re-registering with a different user name. Not Luftwaffe.

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#4 RE: career in control system design
25/01/2013 13:55

Mr Cool to marsday (#3)

@Mars

I am genuinely laughing out loud. Thankfully I am shirking from home so only my missus is looking at me like I'm an idiot.

Luftwaffe!

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#5 RE: career in control system design
25/01/2013 21:32

baykus to marsday (#3)

People, get a grip.

Nazis didn't invent the swastika, and in India etc. it is a benign symbol meaning "to be good".

More to the point, it is a common enough girl's name.

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#6 RE: career in control system design
27/01/2013 01:30

justwin to baykus (#5)

Swastika,

I guess you should direct this question to a forum more focused in your domain. As per your experience and domain knowledge most engineering companies would value your experience.

As per your aspirations "Am more interested for job responibility like modeling and simulation, system identification, control logic design, (preferably in aerospace domain.) " surely your employer may not be a management consulting firm if you want to progress into engineering however PA Consulting may be an option among MC firms.

You may look for companies in the likes of Altran, BAE systems, Bombardier, Eaton, GE aviation, Honeywell, QinetiQ,Thales, UTC Aerospace (merged with Goodrich Corporation), Ultra electronics to name a few and to consider depending on you location.

Good luck

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#7 RE: career in control system design
28/01/2013 08:50

marsday to baykus (#5)

People, get a grip.

Nazis didn't invent the swastika, and in India etc. it is a benign symbol meaning "to be good".

More to the point, it is a common enough girl's name.

How many German boys were called Adolf in the post war period? And I have yet to see a candidate who carries the name Hitler. Nothing inherently sinister in either of those names. And Treblinka was just a place on the map once. If history had been different 'final solution' might have cropped up on ppts the world over.

Anyway, we were'nt over-reacting. I thought my joke was actually quite good.

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#8 RE: career in control system design
28/01/2013 09:11

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to marsday (#7)

It was a very good joke!

Yours sincerely,

The Red Baron.

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