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     Date Submitted:19-02-2011
     Last Modified:17-04-2013 (09:47)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordspropulsion, space, structures, cool gas, NASA, engineer, satellite, robotics, fatigue, damage tolerance, robotics
    CV

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Apr  2013 –  present

    Airbus – Stress Engineer (mission on behalf of Alten Sud Ouest)

    Toulouse  - France

     

     

     

    Occupation: Fatigue and crack propagation analysis of structural hybrid parts and junctions of central fuselage of A350

     

     

    Jul  2012 –  Mar 2013

    EADS Sogerma – Stress Engineer (mission on behalf of Alten Sud Ouest)

    Rochefort  - France

     

     

     

    Occupation: Fatigue and crack propagation analysis of structural parts and junctions, SRM repair manual of dents and allowable reworks

     

     

    Sep  2011 –  Jun 2012

    Alten Sud Ouest – Stress Engineer (project for Aerolia)

    Toulouse  - France

     

     

     

    Occupation: Conducting analyses to determine the fatigue and damage tolerance characteristics of aeronautical structures and repairs (SRM).

     

     

    Jan 2011 –  Aug 2011

    Aerosoft – Junior Structural Analyst

    Naples - Italy

     

     

    Occupation: Fatigue analysis of junctions by handing calculation using Airbus methods.

     

     

    INTERNSHIPS AND PART TIME JOBS

     

    Mar 2010 – Oct 2010

     

    TNO Defence, Security and Safety – Advanced concepts and products

    Rijswijk –

    The Netherlands

     

    Occupation: Testing of a micro-propulsion device based for attitude control of satellites; including clean room and vacuum chamber tests, development of requirements, test plans and detailed reports according to company standards.

     

     

     

    Jun 2009 – Aug 2009

     

    NASA Langley Research Center Structural Dynamics Branch

    Hampton VA - USA

     

     

    Occupation: Modal analysis of Micro-satellite Structural Housing and Soil Impact

    Studies using LS-DYNA

     

     

     

    Sep 2007 – Nov 2007

    Piaggio AeroIndustries

    Pozzuoli NA - Italy

     

    Occupation: Investigation of sudden decompression event in aircraft

    cabin and sizing of emergency oxygen system

    EDUCATION

     

    Jan 2011 – March 2012

    Postgraduate master programme (1-year):

    University of Naples Federico II  –

     

    Robotics and Intelligent systems

     

    Italy

    Main subjects: Artificial Intelligence, Computational Vision, Industrial Robotics, Neural Networks, Distributed systems

    Thesis: “Preliminary design of a free-floating manipulator system for space debris mitigation”

     

     

     

    Sep 2008 – Dec 2010

    Master’s programme (2-years):

    Delft University of Technology  –

     

     

    Aerospace engineering

    (Space systems engineering)

    The Netherlands

    Main subjects: Spacecraft structures,  Space systems engineering, astrodynamics, rocket motion and propulsion, mechatronics, microsatellites engineering

    Thesis: “Vacuum testing and analysis of a micro-propulsion system based on solid propellant cool gas generators” in cooperation with TNO Defence, Security & Safety.

     

     

     

    Sep 2003 – Jan 2008

    Bachelor’s programme (3-years):

    University of Naples Federico II –

     

     

     

    Aerospace engineering

     

    Italy

    Main subjects: Aerodynamics, aerospace materials, propulsion, computer aided design, aerospace structures

    Thesis: “Sudden decompression event: time depending pressure evolution in the cabin and its impact on the mission”

     

    LANGUAGES AND ICT

    ICT

     

    Languages

     

    • Italian: native language
    • English: excellent conversation, writing and reading
    • French: intermediate

     

    Other certifications

    • TOEFLandGRE

    Structures

    Basic Samcef, LS-DYNA, PATRAN, Femap, Airbus ISAMI (with certification), SAFE, AFGROW

    Design

    Solidworks, Catia V5, Autocad

    Graphics

    Corel Draw, Macromedia suite

    Space

    STK, ESACRACK

    Robotics

    ABB Robot Studio, Player/Stage (basic)

    Office

    Microsoft Office User Specialist certification (MS Word, Excel)

    Programming and DAQ

    Matlab, C++, Visual Basic, Mathcad, LabView

    Systems engineering

    DOORS

     

    ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS

    Type

    Title

    Presentation/Publication

    Paper

    Preliminary design of a third stage liquid propulsion system for future VEGA evolution

    IAF International Astronautical Conference 2012

     

    Poster

    Preliminary design of a free-floating manipulator system for space debris mitigation

    Paper

    Vacuum testing of a micropropulsion system based on solid propellant cool gas generators

    IAF International Astronautical Conference 2010

     

    OTHER SKILLS AND INTERESTS

      

    • Rocketry, aircraft models, electronics and computer hardware, volleyball, reading, travelling, languages, management. Member of International Council for Systems Engineering (INCOSE)
    • Participation into several exchange programs (Athens, Erasmus) and summer schools ( Robotica 2010, CVA summer school 2011).
    • President of Naples AS of European Association of Aerospace Students (EUROAVIA) and member of Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering group (DARE)

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