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     Date Submitted:13-12-2010
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     Current job:Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsChemical Propulsion, Turbomachinery, Cavitation, Space Systems, Propulsion Systems
    CV

    Education:                          

    September 2005: Ph. D. in Aerospace Engineering, Specialization Aerospace Propulsion, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Pisa University, Italy. Thesis Title: “Experimental Characterization of Cavitation and Flow Instabilities in Axial Inducers and Hydrofoils”

    October 2000: “Laurea” (M.S. Degree) in Aerospace Engineering, Specialization Space Engineering, Pisa University, Italy. Thesis Title: “Design of a facility for scaled tests of cavitating turbopumps”. Final Award: 110 (maximum 110, minimum 78).

    Professional Experience:

    September 2008-present: Project Manager, Alta S.p.A., Pisa, Italy

    - Project Management: negotiation with partners, definition of work packages, assure the deliverables of results from the involved partners, technical and management proposal preparation for national and international funding bodies/agencies.

    - Responsible of several European Space Agency TRP activities on cavitation, turbopumps, chemical and electrical space propulsion.

    - Collaborations with OHB - System AG (Germany), Galileo Avionica S.p.A. (Italy), Pisa University (Italy).

    August 2006-August 2008: Foreign Invited Researcher & JSPS Post-Doc Fellow, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan (Department of Engineering Science, Tsujimoto Laboratory)

    - Experimental characterization of the dynamic characteristics of axial inducers, including: transfer matrix, flow instabilities, high-speed optical characterization of cavitation.

    - Improvement of the design of the LE-7 engine liquid hydrogen inducer for the reduction of the tip vortex cavitation and the unstable phenomena.

    January 2004-July 2006: Project Manager, Alta S.p.A., Pisa, Italy

    - Responsible of European Space Agency TRP activities on cavitation, turbopumps, chemical space propulsion.

    - Collaborations with Snecma (France), Avio S.p.A. (Italy), CIRA (Italian Center for Aerospace Research).

    November 2000-December 2003: Project Engineer, Centrospazio Space Research Laboratory, Pisa, Italy

    September 1999-October 2000: Research Assistant, Centrospazio Space Research Laboratory, Pisa, Italy

     

    Teaching and Tutoring:                            

    September 2008-present: Teaching Assistant, Aerospace Engineering Department, Pisa University, Italy

    - Lectures, Exercises and Exams (in English) within the “Thermal Fluid Sciences” and “Rocket Propulsion” courses.

    - Co-supervisor of 3 Ph. D. students on topics related to cavitation in space rocket turbopumps and green propellants for space rocket applications.

    - Supervisor of M.S. and B.S. theses on topics related to space rocket propulsion.

    August 2006-August 2008: Post-Doc Fellow, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan (Department of Engineering Science, Tsujimoto Laboratory)

    - Lectures and seminaries on topics related to space rocket turbopumps, cavitation and flow instabilities.                                              

    April 2002-July 2006: Teaching Assistant, Aerospace Engineering Department, Pisa University, Italy

    - Lectures, Exercises and Exams within the “Technology of Aeronautical Constructions”, “Design of Aerospace Structures”, “Thermal Fluid Dynamics” and “Rocket Propulsion” courses.

    - Evaluated by the students with a mean score of 3.52 (maximum 4, minimum 1) for the “Design of Aerospace Structures” lectures during the Academic Year 2005/2006. 

    - Lectures, Exercises and Exams (in English) within the “Rocket Propulsion Fundamentals” course for the European Masters Course in Aeronautics and Space Technology (EuMAS).

    - Supervisor of more than 10 M.S. theses and more than 20 B.S. theses on topics related to space rocket propulsion.

     

    Research activities:          

    - Analysis and trade-off of propulsion subsystems for interplanetary missions

    - Chemical propulsion: monopropellant, bipropellant and hybrid engines for medium and low thrusts

    - “Green” propellants for space rocket applications

    - Cavitation and rotordynamics in pumps and hydrofoils

    - Turbopumps for liquid propulsion rockets

    - Solid Rocket Motors ignition transients

    - Electric propulsion for space vehicles: interaction of plasma plumes with vehicle components

    - Analog/digital signal acquisition, conditioning, filtering and postprocessing

    - 2D and 3D technical drawing for design purposes

     

    IT-Skills:                             

    - Microsoft Office, MS Project, LabView, Matlab, MathCad

    - ProEngineer, AutoCad, Ansys

     

    Foreign Languages:        

    - English: fluent

    - Japanese: basic

     

    Interests/Activities:          

    - Participation and presentation of papers at international conferences in Italy, Europe, United States and Japan facilitated me in exchanges with experienced professionals from other parts of the world.

    - Journeys to several European and Asian countries and many US states and destinations offered me the opportunity of becoming acquainted with different cultures and mentalities.

    - I like playing soccer, riding mountain bike and I have a special interest for sports in general. During my leisure time I also love travelling, reading, photography and staying in touch with nature.

     

    Lectures, Conference Chairs and Paper Reviews   

    - September 2006: Lecture at JAXA Kakuda Space Center (Japan) on “Recent Experimental Activities on Cavitation and Flow Instabilities at University of Pisa

    - April 2009: Lectures at Aerojet (Sacramento, CA, United States) and Rocketdyne (Los Angeles, CA, United States) on “Cavitation and Hydrodynamics Research at Alta S.p.A. and Pisa University for the Characterization of Flow Instabilities in Axial Inducers

    - August 2009: Co-chairman of the workshop “Inducers: Present Issues and Future Orientation”in the framework of the 6th International Symposium on Pumping Machinery at the ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting 2009 in Vail, CO, United States

    - July 2010: Lecture at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (Huntsville, AL, United States) on “Space Rocket Turbopumps, Cavitation and Rotordynamics Research at Alta S.p.A.

    - Reviewer of papers for AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power and ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering

     

    Publications on Journals

    • A. Pasini, L. Torre, L. Romeo, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, A Reduced Order Model for H2O2 Catalytic Reactor Performance Analysis, AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 26, No. 3, May-Jun 2010, pp. 446-453

    • L. Torre, A. Pasini, L. Romeo, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, Performance of a Monopropellant Thruster Prototype Using Advanced Hydrogen Peroxide Catalytic Beds, AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 25, No. 6, Nov-Dec 2009, pp. 1291-1299

    • A. Cervone, Y. Tsujimoto, Y. Kawata, Evaluation of the Dynamic Transfer Matrix of Cavitating Inducers by Means of a Simplified Lumped-Parameter Model, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, Vol. 131, Is. 4, April 2009

    • L. d’Agostino, L. Torre, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, “On the Preliminary Design and Noncavitating Performance of Tapered Axial Inducers”, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, Vol. 130, Is. 11, November 2008

    • T. Watanabe, D. Kang, A. Cervone, Y. Kawata, Y. Tsujimoto, “Choked Surge in a Cavitating Turbopump Inducer”, International Journal of Fluid Machinery and Systems, Vol. 1, No. 1, Oct-Dec 2008, pp. 64-75

    • A. Cervone, “Researching on Space Rocket Turbopumps in Japan: a Two-Years Post-Doc Fellowship at Osaka University”, Turbomachinery Society of Japan Journal, Vol. 36, No. 7, 2008, pp. 438-441

    • A. Pasini, L. Torre, L. Romeo, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, “Testing and Characterization of a Hydrogen Peroxide Monopropellant Thruster”, AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 24, No. 3, May-Jun 2008, pp. 507-515

    • A. Cervone, C. Bramanti, L. Torre, D. Fotino, L. d'Agostino, "Setup of a High-Speed Optical System for the Characterization of Flow Instabilities Generated by Cavitation", ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, Vol. 129, Is. 7, July 2007, pp. 877-885

    • A. Cervone, L. Torre, C. Bramanti, E. Rapposelli, L. d'Agostino, "Experimental Characterization of Cavitation Instabilities in a Two-Bladed Axial Inducer", AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 22, No. 6, Nov-Dec 2006, pp. 1389-1395

    • A. Cervone, C. Bramanti, E. Rapposelli, L. d’Agostino, “Thermal Cavitation Experiments on a NACA 0015 Hydrofoil”, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, Vol. 128, Is. 2, March 2006, pp. 326-331

    • A. Cervone, R. Testa, C. Bramanti, E. Rapposelli, L. d’Agostino, “Thermal Effects on Cavitation Instabilities in Helical Inducers”, AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 21, No. 5, Sep-Oct 2005, pp. 893-899

    Publications on Conference Proceedings

    • A. Cervone, E. A. Piccoli, L. Torre, A. Pasini, L. d'Agostino, “Design of a Test Setup for the Characterization of the Dynamic Transfer Matrix of Cavitating Inducers”, 46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, July 2010

    • A. Pasini, L. Torre, A. Cervone, L. d'Agostino, “Rotordynamic Forces on a Four Bladed Inducer”, 46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, July 2010

    • A. Pasini, L. Torre, L. Romeo, A. Cervone, L. d'Agostino, Thermal Stress Analysis of Ceramic Pellets for Catalysis”,46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, July 2010

    • L. Torre, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, L. Pecorari, A. Milani, L. d’Agostino,“Rotordynamic Forces on a Three Bladed Inducer”, ESA Space Propulsion 2010 Conference, San Sebastian, Spain, May 2010

    • A. Pasini, L. Torre, L. Romeo, A. Cervone, L. Masi, L. d’Agostino,“High Mass Flux Tests on Catalytic Beds for H2O2 Monopropellant Thruster”, ESA Space Propulsion 2010 Conference, San Sebastian, Spain, May 2010

    • L. Torre, L. Romeo, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino,“Green Propellant Research at Alta S.p.A.”, ESA Space Propulsion 2010 Conference, San Sebastian, Spain, May 2010

    • L. Romeo, A. Bonavita, L. Torre, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, G. Centi, S. Perathoner,“Post-Reaction Characterization of a Pt/CexZrx-1/Al2O3 Catalyst After the Use in a HTP Thruster”, ESA Space Propulsion 2010 Conference, San Sebastian, Spain, May 2010

    • L. Torre, G. Pace, P. Miloro, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino,“Flow Instabilities on a Three Bladed Axial Inducer at Variable Tip Clearance”, The 13th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, April 2010

    • A. Cervone, L. Torre, A. Pasini, L. d'Agostino, "Cavitation and Flow Instabilities in a 3-Bladed Axial Inducer Designed by Means of a Reduced Order Analytical Model", CAV2009 - 7th International Symposium on Cavitation, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, August 2009

    • L. Torre, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, L. d'Agostino, “Experimental Performance of a Tapered Axial Inducer: Comparison with Analytical Predictions”, 45th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, August 2009

    • A. Pasini, L. Torre, L. Romeo, A. Cervone, L. d'Agostino, “Endurance Tests on Different Catalytic Beds for H2O2 Monopropellant Thrusters”, 45th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, August 2009

    • L. Romeo, C. Genovese, L. Torre, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, G. Centi, S. Perathoner, “Use of Pt/CexZr1-xAl2O3 as Advanced Catalyst for Hydrogen Peroxide Thrusters”, 45th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, August 2009

    • A. Cervone, L. Torre, A. Pasini, L. d’Agostino,“Cavitation and Turbopump Hydrodynamics Research at Alta S.p.A. and Pisa University”, The 4th International Symposium on Fluid Machinery and Fluid Engineering, Beijing, China, November 2008

    • L. d’Agostino, L. Torre, A. Pasini, D. Baccarella, A. Cervone, A. Milani, “A Reduced Order Model for Preliminary Design and Performance Prediction of Tapered Inducers: Comparison with Numerical Simulations”, 44th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Hartford, Connecticut, USA, July 2008

    • L. d’Agostino, L. Torre, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, “A Reduced Order Model for Preliminary Design and Performance Prediction of Tapered Inducers”, The 12th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, February 2008

    • A. Cervone, Y. Tsujimoto, Y. Kawata,“An Analytical Model for the Characterization of the Dynamic Transfer Matrix of Cavitating Inducers”, The 12th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, February 2008

    • D. Kang, A. Cervone, K. Yonezawa, H. Horiguchi, Y. Kawata, Y. Tsujimoto, “Effect of Blade Geometry on Tip Leakage Vortex of Inducer”, The 9th Asian International Conference on Fluid Machinery, Jeju, South Korea, October 2007

    • A. Pasini, L. Torre, L. Romeo, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, A. J. Musker, G. Saccoccia, “Experimental Characterization of a 5 N Hydrogen Peroxide Monopropellant Thruster Prototype”, 43rd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, July 2007

    • L. Romeo, L. Torre, A. Pasini, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, F. Calderazzo, “Performance of Different Catalysts Supported on Alumina Spheres for Hydrogen Peroxide Decomposition”, 43rd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, July 2007

    • C. Bramanti, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, “A Simplified Analytical Model for Evaluating the Noncavitating Performance of Axial Inducers”, 43rd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, July 2007

    • A. Cervone, L. Romeo, L. Torre, L. d’Agostino, F. Calderazzo, G. T. Roberts, A. J. Musker, G. Saccoccia, “Development of Green Hydrogen Peroxide Monopropellant Rocket Engines and Testing of Advanced Catalytic Beds”, 3rd International Conference on Green Propellants for Space Propulsion, Poitiers, France, September 2006

    • A. Cervone, L. Torre, D. Fotino, C. Bramanti, L. d'Agostino, "Setup of a High-Speed Optical System for the Characterization of Cavitation Instabilities in Space Rocket Turbopumps", CAV2006 - 6th International Symposium on Cavitation, Wageningen, The Netherlands, September 2006

    • A. Cervone, L. Torre, C. Bramanti, L. d’Agostino, A. J. Musker, G. T. Roberts, G. Saccoccia, “Development of Hydrogen Peroxide Monopropellant Rockets”, 42nd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Sacramento, California, USA, July 2006

    • A. Cervone, L. Torre, D. Fotino, C. Bramanti, L. d’Agostino, “Characterization of Cavitation Instabilities in Axial Inducers by Means of High-Speed Movies”, 42nd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Sacramento, California, USA, July 2006

    • C. Bramanti, A. Cervone, L. Romeo, L. Torre, L. d’Agostino, A. J. Musker, G. Saccoccia, “Experimental Characterization of Advanced Materials for the Catalytic Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide”, 42nd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Sacramento, California, USA, July 2006

    • A. Cervone, L. Torre, C. Bramanti, E. Rapposelli, L. d'Agostino, "Experimental Characterization of the Cavitation Instabilities in the Avio FAST2 Inducer", 41st AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Tucson, Arizona, USA, July 2005

    • A. Cervone, E. Rapposelli, L. d'Agostino, "A Simplified Model for the Evaluation of the Dv of Ascent Trajectories", 41st AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Tucson, Arizona, USA, July 2005

    • A. Cervone, C. Bramanti, E. Rapposelli, L. d'Agostino, "Cavitation Experiments on Turbopump Inducers and Hydrofoils at Alta/Centrospazio: Overview and Future Activities”, FEDSM ’05 – ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, Houston, Texas, USA, June 2005

    • C. Bramanti, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, “Assessment of the Propulsive Performance of Fuel Vapour Pressurized Hydrogen Peroxide – Ethane Rocket Engines”, XVIII Congresso Nazionale AIDAA, Volterra, Italy, September 2005

    • A. Cervone, E. Rapposelli, C. Bramanti, L. d’Agostino, “Thermodynamic Effects in Hydrofoil and Inducer Cavitation”, 3rd International Symposium on Two-Phase Flow Modelling and Experimentation, Pisa, Italy, September 2004

    • E. Rapposelli, A. Cervone, R. Testa, L. d’Agostino, “Thermal Effects on Cavitation Instabilities in Helical Inducers”, 40th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, July 2004

    • A. M. Baker, E. Rapposelli, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, M. Renè-Corail, S. Callot, F. Caramelli, “Chemical Propulsion Systems for Mars Sample Return”, ESA 4th International Spacecraft Propulsion Conference, Chia Laguna, Italy, June 2004

    • C. Bramanti, A. Cervone, E. Rapposelli, L. d’Agostino, “Experimental Activities on Liquid Propellant Turbopumps at Centrospazio”, XVII Congresso Nazionale AIDAA, Roma, Italy, September 2003

    • E. Rapposelli, A. Cervone, C. Bramanti, L. d’Agostino, “Thermal Cavitation Experiments on a NACA 0015 Hydrofoil”, FEDSM ’03 – 4th ASME_JSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference, Honolulu, USA, July 2003

    • E. Rapposelli, A. Cervone, C. Bramanti, L. d’Agostino, “A New Cavitation Test Facility at Centrospazio”, 4th International Conference on Launcher Technology, Liege, Belgium, December 2002

    • E. Rapposelli, A. Cervone, L. d’Agostino, “A New Cavitating Pump Rotordynamic Test Facility”, 38th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, July 2002


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    1 month - Discovery 450 euros convert
    3 months - Bronze 1150 euros convert
    6 months - Silver 1950 euros convert
    12 months - Gold 3200 euros convert

     

    If online payment is not convenient, give us a call at +33(0)562211007 or send us an email at sales@space-careers.com. We will set up an account for you and invoice you. Note that you can also pay through PayPal.

    Please note that the posting of academic positions is free of charge. All you need to do is email us your job description and we will post it for you.

     

    VAT:

    Spacelinks is based in France so the following European Union regulations regarding electronic commerce apply:
    - if your business is located outside the EU, VAT does not apply to you
    - if your business is located in France, you will be charged a 20% VAT
    - if your business is located in the EU and you don't have a valid VAT registration number, you will be charged a 20% VAT
    - if your business is located in the EU and you do have a valid VAT registration number, you won't be charged VAT provided you give us your VAT number (mandatory for invoicing)

     

    Support:

    For sales enquiries and general information, you can call us on +33(0)562211007.
    Support is available Mon-Fri on +33(0)562211007 or via email. Out-of-hours support is provided only via email.

    Please also note that we are located in France. Our normal office hours are 09:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday. France timezone is GMT+1.

     

    Warning:

    We are very serious about our job seekers privacy so only legitimate recruiters and employers are eligible for a recruiter account. All subscriptions requests will be manually approved and recruiter accounts constantly monitored. Users who enter inaccurate or incomplete information will not gain access to post jobs or search resumes. Sharing of login details with a third party will result in the suspension of the recruiter's account with no subscription refund.
    Recruitment agencies are only eligible for a Gold package and recruitment agencies recruiting for companies already using Space Careers will not be accepted.

    To ensure you are approved, please include the following on your application:
    * The website address of your Company. Under construction websites will be rejected.
    * Email - Must end in @yourcompany.com. Applications using free email accounts such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail will be rejected.

    Individual exceptions can be made on a case by case basis by emailing sales@space-careers.com. Accounts found not to be in compliance will be deleted.

     
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