Alexandre Esper was born in 1974, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. He holds a degree (1998) in Electrical Engineering from the State University of Campinas, Brazil, and a Master of Space Systems Engineering (2011) from the Delft University of Technology, in the Netherlands.
Mr. Esper is an experienced system and software engineer (+15 years). He has been working as a senior engineer and technical manager at Critical Software S.A. since 2005 in projects for the aerospace sector, mainly in ESA missions, such as: Sentinel-3, Sentinel-1, Herschel-Planck, GOCE, Lisa Pathfinder, GAIA, VEGA launcher. His expertise includes spacecraft subsystems (mainly on-board computer hardware and software), ground segment system and software (mainly SCOS-2000) and launchers (mainly on-board computer hardware and software).
Before joining Critical Software, Mr. Esper worked as a mobile systems engineer for NEC from 1998 to 2005, including projects in NEC Brazil, NEC UK and NEC Portugal. He became an expert in mobile network optimization and planning, protocol analysis, interoperability testing (IOT), conformance testing, software validation and product validation.