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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:29-01-2011
     Last Modified:19-09-2012 (03:08)
    Job information
     Current job:Contractor - PhD student
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordspro-active person, hard worker, able to work in cooperation
    CV

    Current Position: Ph.D student c/o University of Rome “La Sapienza” –

    Doctoral Research Program: – "Aeronautics and Space Technology"

    Topic: – “Study of general and system configuration aspects of microsatellites, including costs as a system and subsystem design parameter, and innovative structural high performances material as payload”

    From 21st March to 11th April in Boston to attend an English course at EF School

     Working Experience

    March2010 - July2010

    Contractor c/o University of Rome “Sapienza”, at University of Rome “La Sapienza” – Topic:

    Design and realization of a website to perform a web based survey on the use of software in support of small satellite design, analyzing technical aspects on satellite system and results in cooperation with ESA”

    May2009 - November2009

    Contractor c/o University of Rome “Sapienza”, at University of Rome “La Sapienza” – Topic:

    Smart Structures for the purpose of Structural Health Monitoring in the Spatial Environment

    Nov2008 - Mar2009

    Contractor c/o University of Rome “Sapienza”, at University of Rome “La Sapienza” – Topic:

    Development of space structure design methods in a Concurrent Engineering approach

    Studies

    Oct 2007 - Oct2008

    Master Course in “Satellites and Orbiting Platforms”, at University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Final Mark : 110/110 full mark

    Title of graduation thesis: Development of the configuration workbook implemented in the framework of the Concurrent Design Tool “La Sapienza”

     

    Oct 2000 - 22 May 2007

    Master Degree in Aerospace

    Engineering, at University of Naples

    “Federico II” (ITALY)

    Final Mark : 108/110

    Title of degree thesis: Calibration of a thermal imager for remote sensing application for environmental risk monitoring

     

    Sept. 1995 – July 2000

    Scientific High School leaving certificate (80/100) at Liceo Scientifico

    “A.Labriola”– Naples

    Membership

    From February 2011, Student member of the INCOSE, the International Council on System Engineering

     

    Languages

    Italian         Mother tongue

    English       Very good knowledge,   written and spoken

    French        Little knowledge

     

     

    Computer Skills

    Operative systems

    MS-DOS, Windows XP, Windows 7

     

    Web Browser

    Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari

     

    Generic Software

    Microsoft Office Package (Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Access, Project, )

     

    Technical Software:

    CAD 3D             

    Autodesk Inventor Professional 2008

    Catia V5R14

     

    Programming Language

    Matlab

    Visual Basic for Application

    Microsoft Visual Studio

     

    Structural Analysis

    ADINA

     

    Mission Simulation

    STK

     

    Modelling Language

    StarUML

     

     

    Paper and pubblications

    High-Tech microsatellites and their possible exploitation

    Fabio Capece, Paolo Gaudenzi

     International Astronautical Conference, 1st – 5th October 2012, Naples (Italy)

     

    Experiences of energy harvesting using piezoelectric components

    Serena Gabriele, Fabio Capece, Paolo Gaudenzi

    CEAS (Council of European Aerospace Societies) Conference, 24th – 28th October 2011, Venice (Italy)

     

    Study on air-launched constellation of tactical micro-satellite for defense use

    Riccardo Cetta, Andrea Cecchini, Fabio Capece, Paolo Gaudenzi

    Aerotecnica Missili e Spazio, Vol. 90 n 2-3

     

    Cubesat Mission with technological demonstrator payload for high data-rate downlink and health monitoring

    Fabio Capece, Riccardo Cetta, Andrea Cecchini, Leonardo Cosma, Paolo Gaudenzi

    Symposium on “Small Satellite Systems and Services”- 31st May – 04th June 2010, Madeira (Portugal)

     

    Design Tools for the Preliminary Sizing of a Satellite Bus and its Subsystems

    P. Gaudenzi, A. Golkar, F. Capece (Università “La Sapienza” – Roma) et al

                 3rd “System Engineering and Concurrent Engineering for Space Application” ESA workshop Rome, 15-17 October

    Personal Skills

    I am able to work in a multidisciplinary team, to listen and evaluate the views and opinions of everyone and being capable of dealing with anyone.

    I am very interested in travelling and visiting different cities and places; I just was in several places, such as Dubai, Madrid, Chicago, Paris, Barcelona, London, and many Italian cities.


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