Jordi Turner Print


  240-592-1329

  Jordi.Turner@jhuapl.edu

: SES

:   Software Engineer; Mechanical Engineer

:  Planetary

  Cassini, MIMI, Europa Clipper, REASON, EIS, MISE, LRO, Mini-RF

 
Degree Field of Study Year Attained Institution Name
Master of Science Mechanical Engineering 2017 Washington University in St. Louis
Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering 2017 Washington University in St. Louis

Software and Mechanical Engineer at APL since 2017 with expertise centering on Java, JavaFX, and JPL NAIF’s SPICE toolkit.

Software experience focuses on developing tools and applications for visualization and analysis for various space instruments and missions. This includes observation planning, trajectory comparison, requirement verification, and output analysis for instruments such as Mini-RF on LRO, EIS and REASON on Europa Clipper, and INCA on Cassini.

Mechanical experience includes CAD design, electromechanics assembly, and calibration for proposal instruments such as PICARD, L-STEP, and EFUN.

 
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Start Year End Year Description
2017 Current Scientific Software Engineer at JHU APL - Created various large-scale applications and tools for visualization and analysis for instrument such as Mini-RF on LRO, EIS and REASON on Europa Clipper, and INCA on Cassini. Designed, modeled, and calibrated various instrument proposals or prototypes, such as PICARD, L-STEP, and EFUN.
2016 2016 NASA Summer Intern at JHU APL - Developed program to communicate with various types of hardware combined with an infrared camera to create an automated instrument for capturing thermal images. Constructed an electro-mechanical system to thermally control and evaluate a blackbody shutter. Coordinated with vendors to budget and design custom components for a proposed planetary hyperspectral imager. Designed CAD model assembly of the imager.
2015 2015 Mechanical Engineering Intern at Engineering Software Research and Development - Combined ESRD's finite element analysis software (StressCheck) with VBA to analyze the crack growth of an F-35 bulkhead, resulting in an automated driver compatible with any StressCheck model. Additionally designed an Excel-based program to be accessible to clients without StressCheck experience.
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