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    Personal information
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     Date Submitted:14-04-2011
     Last Modified:18-11-2012 (03:46)
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     Current job:Spacecraft Controller
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsSatellite control and Operations, Mission Control Systems, Mission Analysis and Design, AOCS, Thermal/structure analysis and design of satellites, programmatics.
    CV

     

    Job interests                 Spacecraft Operations and Mission Control Systems,

                                               Astrodynamics, Mission Analysis, Space systems design, Orbital Determination,

               SpaceVehicles Dynamics, Spacecraft Thermal Analysis, Logistics, Space operations.

               

     

    Education                 Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

                                        Master, Space Engineering, April 2011 - Grade: 100/110 

                                        Thesis topic: Orbital Determination of Near Earth Objects using 

                                         Taylor Differential Algebra

                                         Adviser: Professor Michèle Lavagna

                                         Co-advisers: Ing. Roberto Armellin, Ph.D; Ing. Pierluigi Di Lizia, Ph.D.

     

                                           Area of Study: Space systems, Orbital Mechanics and Astrodynamics,

                                          Attitude determination  and control,

                                          Spacecraft dynamics, Control systems, Space structures 

                                          analysis and design, Spacecraft Thermal Analysis, Numerical Mathematics

     

         Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

         Bachelor., Aerospace Engineering, July 2006 - Grade: 99/110

         Thesis topic: Analisi preliminare di missione di un telescopio spaziale LIDAR

         Adviser: Professor Franco Bernelli Zazzera

     

          Liceo Scientifico D.Bramante, Magenta, Italy

          High School Grade, Liceo scientifico, July 2002 - Grade: 100/100

     

    Work experience         

                                               Spacecraft Controller at ESA/ESOC         January 2012 to today

                                               for SERCO Services GmbH

                                               Controller/Mission Planner for GOCE and Cryosat-2 missions

     

                                               GNC test engineer                                           May 2011 to January 2012

                                               Intecs S.p.A. (Aerospace division)

                                               Testing of Automatic Flight Control System of military helicopters (guidance filters,

                                               control laws, flight dynamics modes). UNIX/SUN, VALID, Excel environments.

                                               Trainee                                                                May 2005 to September 2005

                                               Carlo Gavazzi Space, Milan, Italy

                                               Structural analysis/mission analysis internship

                                               Subjects: Patran analysis and design of a preliminary telescope model and

    preliminary mission design of a LIDAR telescope (Feasibility study)

                Supervisors: Massimiliano Olivier, Alessandro Bursi

     

                Contributing editor and writer                                    November 2008 to today

                Italian Space and Astronautics Association, ISAA, Lecco, Italy

                ISAA Board of Directors (elected 2010-2012)

                ISAA is a non-profit association with the primary goal of spreading astronautical

                sciences in Italy and abroad

                Co-director of AstronautiNews magazine

     

    Languages                  Italian - mother tongue

            English - proficient user (10+ years study, TOEFL certification)

            French - proficient user (8+ years study)

            Russian – short introductory course

     

    Organizational skills Team Leader of XERO academic Feasibility Study   (Space Systems

                                           design course, 2007/2008)

            European Student Moon Orbiter (ESMO), 2007/2008  Programmatics team

            Google Lunar X Prize Student Competition, 2008, Italian team

            ISAA Convention organization team (2010,2011)

     

    Computer skills          Proficient user : SCOS 2000, MatLab, Femap, Nastran, Patran, Satellite ToolKit, COMSOL

            Multiphysics, Simulink, Solid Edge

            Academic user: COSY Infinity, C

            Other: LaTeX, MS Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point, iOS

     

    Certifications              Spacecraft Controller general training at VEGA Space GmbH in January 2012

                                           GOCE mission specific training and certification (February/April 2012)

                                           Cryosat-2 mission specific training and certification (February/April 2012)

     

    Student workshops     Student Planetary Workshop 2008, ESA ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Nederlands

               Speaker of: Team Italia activities in the Google Lunar X Prize competition

     

              Google Lunar X Prize Student Competition 2008, International Space University

              Strasbourg, France

              Design of a lunar mission with the same constraints of GLXP

     

              ESMO Italian workshop 2007, La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy

              Speaker of: ESMO Programmatics aspects

     

    Other activities            AstronautiCON 3, Convention of Italian Space and Astronautics Association, 2008,

             Montecatini Terme, Italy

             Speaker of: A look to Orbital Mechanics and spacecraft maneuvers

     

             AstronautiCON 4, Convention of Italian Space and Astronautics Association, 2009,

             Lecco, Italy

             Organization team. Guest NASA astronaut Michael Fincke

     

             AstronautiCON 5, Convention of Italian Space and Astronautics Association, 2010,

             Lecco, Italy

             Organization team. Guest ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti

     

    Personal interests       Science, astronautics, traveling, foreign languages, history, cooking, piano


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