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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:14-05-2011
     Last Modified:15-05-2011 (08:22)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     Keywordsho lavorato presso l'OHB System di Brema,Germania, nel mio curriculum vitae allegato sono descritte le mie esperienze lavorative e universitarie.
    CV

    Nationality Italian

    Date of birth 16th September, 1987

    Gender Male

    Work Experience

    Dates March 2008 – July 2008 
    Position held Trainee at the Microgravity Laboratory of DIAS (Aerospace Engineering Department) – University of Naples Federico II
    Main Activities Numerical (CFD Analysis) and experimental research activity concerning working fluids to be used into heat pipes for space applications
    Sector
    Fluid Dynamics, Evaporation based heat exchangers, CFD

    Dates May 2010 – July 2010
    Position held Voluntary researcher at DIAS
    Main activities Development of a User Defined Function (UDF) for Ansys Fluent 12.0 able to extract the main boundary layer parameters from the solution
    Sector CFD, Fluent UDFs

    Dates July 2010 – September 2010
    Position held Trainee at OHB-System (Bremen, Germany)
    Main Activities Complete system analysis of a lunar flyby mission for a crew of three astronauts, to be performed using an advanced Spaceplane as reentry vehicle. Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis of a launch configuration with a modified fairing for Ariane 5.
    Sector Human Space Missions, Innovative re-entry strategies, CFD


    Education and training

    Dates September 2005 – September 2008
    Title of qualification awarded B.Sc in Aerospace Engineering
    Principal subjects Basic aerospace studies
    Final Thesis “Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of Heat Pipes for Space Applications” (written in Italian)
    Mark 110/110 cum laude and honorable mention
    Name and type of organization providing education and training

    University of Naples “Federico II”; Faculty of Engineering Piazzale Tecchio, 80
    80125 Napoli
    Dates September 2008 – February 2011
    Title of qualification awarded M.Sc in Aerospace and Astronautical Engineering
    Exams and grades Mathematical Analysis III (PDEs, complex analysis)             30/30
    Computational Fluid Dynamics I (elliptic equations)              30/30
    Gasdynamics II (MOC, advanced gasdynamics)                   30/30
    Applied 
    Mechanics                                                                 29/30
    Space 
    Experiments                                                                
    30/30
    Aerospace Systems I  (avionics)                                            
    30/30
    Aerospace Propulsion II (liquid and solid rockets)                 30/30
    Advanced Aeronautic Structures                                            
    29/30
    Aircrafts 
    Aerodynamics                                                          28/30
    Aerospace Systems II (space systems engineering)             30/30
    Aircraft 
    Design                                                                       
    30/30
    Advanced Aerospace Structures (FEM analysis)                  29/30
    Hypersonic Aerodynamics                                                     
    30/30 cum laude

    Turbulence                                                                             
    30/30
    Computational Fluid Dynamics II (hyperbolic equations)       30/30

    Final Thesis “Conceptual Design of Human Space Missions in Low Earth Orbit and Beyond” (written in English)
    Mark 110/110 cum laude and honorable mention
    Name and type of organization providing education and training

    University of Naples “Federico II”; Faculty of Engineering
    Piazzale Tecchio, 80
    80125 Napoli
    Dates October 2000 – June 2006 
    Title of qualification awarded First Certificate in English (FCE)
    Principal subjects English lessons held by a mother-tongue teacher
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training British Council
    Via Morghen, 36
    80100 Napoli
    Certificated Level C2

    Personal skills and competences

    Other language English
    Self-assessment Understanding Speaking Writing
    European level (*) Listening Reading Spoken Interaction Spoken production
    English C2 Advanced C2 Advanced C1 Advanced C1 Advanced C1 Advanced
    (*)  Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

    Social skills and competences Excellent relational skills and interest towards multicultural environments; very good propensity towards team work acquired into academic and work environments.

    Organisational skills and competences Good leadership skills acquired in scholastic and academic environment; very good organizing ability.

    Computer skills and competences - Generic Tools: Office 2007, Windows XP,  Internet Explorer (excellent)
    - Programming: Matlab (excellent), C++ (very good), TurboPascal (good)
    - Grid generation & Simulation Tools: Gambit (good), Gridgen (good), Harpoon (good), ICEM (beginner), Ansys Fluent (very good, including UDFs), Femap (good), Nastran (good)
    - CAD: Autocad (good), Rhinoceros (very good), Catia (beginner)
    - Writing: Latex System (good)
    - Others: Tecplot (very good), Grapher (very good), Photoshop CS (good) 

    Driving licence Driving licence “B”
     


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