As Head of Systems Engineering, Jordi leads the technical developments at Open Cosmos. Jordi joined Open Cosmos in the early stages with the immediate task to achieve flight readiness of a satellite in less than half a year.
Jordi brings its expertise in satellite systems, mechanical design, systems engineering, integration and test while enjoying the ride to learn on a daily basis on technical and non-technical areas to deliver Open Cosmos vision.
Before Open Cosmos, he worked as a senior mechanical design and analysis engineer at SSTL where he lead the structural analysis of the first commercial application of a new SSTL LEO platform being previously involved in the design and mechanical qualification of the avionics in it.
At SSTL he was involved in all life cycle of missions, from concept to flight and in different areas such as systems, propulsion, mechanical, AIT and thermal.
He holds a Master in Astronautics and Space Engineering from Cranfield University sponsored by the Centennial Scholarship by the Royal Aeronautical Society. He spent his early university years in Terrassa studying aerospace engineering where he was leading a student’s society in order to implement a more practical approach for the engineering studies, promoting student projects, some of them awarded in international competitions, technical visits and a more close collaboration between the industry and the students. Being involved in several student organizations, such as EUROAVIA, the European Association of Aerospace Students, and the UK branch of the organization Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS), has been internationally active participating, and organizing some of them, in several congresses, symposiums and projects around Europe.