at herCAREER Munich 2017
Halle 2 / A.07

Tesat-Spacecom GmbH & Co. KG

At Tesat-Spacecom almost 1,200 employees develop, assemble, integrate, and test systems and equipment for telecommunication via satellite. Our product offerings encompass highly reliable equipment as for example the travelling wave tube amplifiers, waveguide switches and modulators, which are delivered globally to all leading satellite manufacturers. More than half of all communication satellites in orbit have Tesat equipment on board. To date the company has participated in ~700 space projects.

Content participation

Dr. rer. Nat. Patricia Martín PimentelDr. rer. Nat. Patricia Martín Pimentel
Tesat-Spacecom GmbH & Co. KG, HO LCT in orbit services


12.10.2017 | 13:00 - 14:00 Uhr

MeetUp am Ausstellerstand

Thread / thematic series: Wissenschaft & Technik | Karrierelaufbahn & Bewerbung

Pioneers with passion
A brief description of how I ended working by TESAT (why I study physics, why changing countries...why TESAT). Short description of the work done by my team and myself. Difficulties in the transition from colleague to being the boss; Challenges of leading a high qualified team. My speech will be in English although people can talk/ask me in German.

Details zum/r Referent/in Dr. rer. Nat. Patricia Martín Pimentel
Vita: Present Position and Responsibilities in the Entity: HO LCT in orbit services. LCTs in orbit and optical ground stations (T-AOGS) commissioning (Alphasat, S1A, S1B, S2A, S2B, EDRS-A) LCTs Maintenance services, Technological Data Payload TDP1 experiments program on Alphasat Education: 05/2007 - June 2007, Received degree Dr.rer.nat (PhD) from the Department of Physics, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany. Work Experience: 06/2015 - today, HO LCT in orbit services, Tesat Spacecom, Germany 01/2011 – 06/2015, Operations System Engineer for LCTs; Subco Project Manager. Tesat Spacecom, Germany 03/2009 – 01/2010, System Engineer LCT Interface; Subco Project Manager. TESAT Spacecom, Germany 08/2008-12/2008, Technology developer. Carl Zeiss SMT, Germany