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     Date Submitted:18-04-2011
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     Current job:Ph. D. in Electromagnetism and TLC
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     KeywordsRf systems
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    CURRICULUM VITAE

     

     

    birth date

     

    Rome, 19/05/1979

     

     

     

     

    Education

    Now

     

    Ph. D. in Electromagnetism and TLC (From 11/2008 to 11/2011)

    university

     

    Applied Electronic Dept. – Roma Tre University

    main topics

    Microwave systems for diagnostics in nuclear and ground penetrating radar applications

     

    March 2008

    Master Degree in Electronic Engineering (5 years)

    university

    Roma Tre University

    thesis

    Efficient Algorithms for Localization of Buried Objects

    supervisor

    Prof. Giuseppe Schettini

    score

    110 out of 110

     

     main skills

     

    space

    engineering

    From November 2007 to May 2008 I was employed in internship as engineer at the Italian Space Agency (ASI) in research activities concerning innovative Payloads for TLC. In 2008 I attended the ESA astronaut recruitment standing the psychological and professional aptitude evaluation and medical evaluation including clinical examination by aero-medical physicians and clinical specialists, laboratory screening tests, and special procedu

    microwave engineering

    During my Ph.D. I collaborate as microwave engineer, with the ENEA–Euratom in research activities concerning the design of RF components for the transmission line of the Lower Hybrid Current Drive (LHCD) System within the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project.

     

     

    computational electromagnetics for antenna analysis

    I attended the ESoA (European School of Antennas) course in “Advanced Computational Electromagnetics for Antenna Analysis”, Lausanne (Switzerland), 2010. The European School of Antennas is a geographically distributed post graduate school that was founded in 2004 by a group of institutions in the framework of the FP6 Network of Excellence "ACE" (Antenna Centre of Excellence) and it is presently financed by a Marie Curie Action (MCA) project.

     

     

    conferences and publications

    I attended to many national and international conferences in microwave,  radar and nuclear engineering, moreover some works of mine have been published in important magazines and reviews.

     

     others

    english

    Upper-Intermediate (I am improving my English in preparation for IELTS certificate

    programming

    HFSS, MATLAB, C, C++, JAVA, FORTRAN, SPICE, MICROSOFT OFFICE

    At present I am studying VHDL and VERILOG for PLDs programming.

     

    fields of interest

    Microwave and Antenna Systems, Smart Antennas and Direction of Arrival Algorithms, Radar Signal Processing, Programmable Logic Devices.

     

     personalia

    I am a friendly person and I like to work in team. I have very high professional expectations but my personal ambition does not harm my relationships. I have no problems in travelling and I am willing to relocate within Italy and abroad.

    I like music, cinema and literature. I have been playing trumpet since some years, and I like jazz very much.

     

    I authorize personal data treatment (196/2003 law)

     

    main works and pubblications

     

    2008

    S. Meschino, L. Pajewski and G. Schettini, “Detection and Localization of Subsurface Two-Dimensional Metallic Objects”, Proc. 2008 IEEE Gold Remote Sensing Conference, 22-23 maggio 2008, ESA Esrin, Frascati, 3 pp.

    S. Meschino, L. Pajewski and G. Schettini, “Sub-Array Processing Algorithms for the Localization of Buried Cilynders”, Atti della XVII Riunione Nazionale di Elettromagnetismo, Lecce, 15-18 settembre 2008, 4 pp.

    2009

    S. Meschino, L. Pajewski, G. Schettini, “Detection and Localization of Subsurface Two-Dimensional Metallic Objects”, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 11, EGU2009-8161, EGU General Assembly, Vienna 19-24 Aprile 2009.

    S. Meschino, L. Pajewski, and G. Schettini, "Sub-Array Processing for Parameters Estimate of Embedded Conducting Cylinders", Proc. of the 6th European Radar Conference, 30 September-2 October 2009, Rome, Italy, pp. 417-420.

    2010

    S. Meschino, L. Pajewski, and G. Schettini, “Use of a Sub-Array Statistical Approach for the Detection of a Buried Object,” 2010 EAGE-NSG Near Surface Geophysics, vol. 8(5), pp. 365-375, Ottobre 2010.doi: 10.3997/1873-0604.2010031.

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski , G. Schettini, et al., “Mode Filters for Oversized Transmission Lines,” Fusion Engineering and Design, Article in Press, ISSN: 09203796, DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2010.11.005.

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski , G. Schettini, “Mode Converter,” 2010 Report EFDA TASK: WP09-HCD-03-01 LH4IT.

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski , G. Schettini, “Bends in Rectangular Waveguide,” 2010 Report EFDA TASK: WP09-HCD-03-01 LH4IT.

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski, and G. Schettini, “Microwave Components for the Transmission Line of the LHCD System of ITER,” 2010 rinem  Riunione Nazionale di Elettromagnetismo,Sept., 06-10, Benevento (Italy)

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski, and G. Schettini,” Mode Filters for oversized corrugated rectangular waveguides,” 2010 rinem  Riunione Nazionale di Elettromagnetismo,Sept., 06-10, Benevento (Italy)

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski, and G. Schettini, “Bends And Mode Filters In Oversized Rectangular Waveguide For The ITER Relevant LHCD System,” 2010 Workshop on RF Heating Technology of Fusion Plasmas, Sept., 13-15, Como (Italy)

     

    S. Meschino et al., “Bends in Oversized Rectangular Waveguide,”2010 soft  Symposium on Fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P1-045.

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski, and G. Schettini, et al., “Mode Filters for Oversized Transmission Lines,” ,” 2010 soft  Symposium on Fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P2-027.

     

    S. Meschino et al., “Bends in Oversized Rectangular Waveguide,”2010 soft  Symposium on Fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P1-045

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski, and G. Schettini, et al., “Design of The Main Transmission Line for the ITER Relevant LHCD System,” 2010 soft  Symposium on Fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P1-044

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski, and G. Schettini, et al., “Mode Filters for Oversized Transmission Lines,” ,” 2010 soft  Symposium on Fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P2-027

     

    A.Bécoulet, G.T.Hoang, S.Meschino et al., “Steady state tokamak operation using Lower Hybrid Current Drive,” 2010 soft  Symposium on Fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), IT14

     

    J. Hillairet, J. Belo, S. Ceccuzzi, L. Marfisi, S. Meschino et al., “RF Modeling of the ITER Lower Hybrid Antenna,” 2010 soft  Symposium on Fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P1-015

     

    P.K. Sharma, S. Meschino et al, “Proposed High Voltage Power Supply For The ITER-Relevant Lower Hybrid Current Drive System,” 2010 soft  Symposium on Fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P1-016

     

    D. Milanesio, J. Hillairet, L. Panaccione, S. Meschino et al.,” Benchmark Of Coupling Codes (Aloha, Toplha And Grill3d) with ITER Lower Hybrid Antenna,” 2010 soft  Symposium on fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P1-153

     

    L. Marfisi, M. Goniche, S. Meschino et al., “Mechanical Design Analysis of ITER-Relevant LHCD Antenna Elements,” 2010 soft  Symposium on fusion Technology, Sept. 27- Oct. 1, Porto (Portugal), P3-002

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski, G. Schettini, "Microwave Components for the Lower Hybrid Transmission Line of ITER", Microwave Conference Proceedings (APMC) 2010Asia-Pacific, Yokohama (Japan), 7-10 Dec. 2010, pp. 1320-1323

     
    

    2011

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski , G. Schettini, et al., “Bends in Oversized Rectangular Waveguide,” Fusion Engineering and Design, Article in Press, ISSN: 09203796, DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2010.11.010

     

    P.K. Sharma, F. Kazarian, P. Garibaldi, T. Gassman, S. Meschino et al., “Proposed high voltage power supply for the ITER relevant lower hybrid current drive system,” Fusion Engineering and Design, Article in Press, ISSN: 09203796, DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2010.11.019

     

    L. Marfisi, M. Goniche, J. Hillaret, J.F. Artaud, S. Meschino et al., “Thermal and mechanical analysis of ITER-relevant LHCD antenna elements,” Fusion Engineering and Design, Article in Press, ISSN: 09203796, DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2010.11.025

     

    D. Milanesio, J. Hillairet, L. Panaccione, R. Maggiora, J.F. Artaud, S. Meschino et al., “Benchmark of coupling codes (ALOHA, TOPLHA and GRILL3D) with ITER-relevant Lower Hybrid antenna,” Fusion Engineering and Design, Article in Press, ISSN: 09203796, DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2010.11.036

     

    A. Bécoulet, G.T. Hoang, J.F. Artaud, Y.S. Bae,S. Meschino et al., “Steady state long pulse tokamak operation using Lower Hybrid Current Drive,” Fusion Engineering and Design, Article in Press, ISSN: 09203796, DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2010.11.098

     

    S. Meschino, S. Ceccuzzi, F. Mirizzi, L. Pajewski , G. Schettini,et al., “Contribution to the design of the main transmission line for the ITER relevant LHCD system,” Fusion Engineering and Design, Article in Press, ISSN: 09203796, DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2102.02.002


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