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     Date Submitted:18-05-2011
     Last Modified:26-08-2011 (08:39)
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     Current job:Industrial Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsAIV/AIT Engineer, Inndustial Engineer, Launcher, Space System, VEGA, ELV,Manufacturing, Integration, Methods, Lean Manufacturing, Kourou, CSG, Operations, Launch Campaign, ECSS, Pyrotechnical, Mechanical AIT, Launch Systems,
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    Personal information

     

    Date of birth

    11/09/1982

    Gender

    Female

     

     

    Work experience

     

    Dates

    October 2010 onward

    Occupation or position held

    Industrial Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    As  Industrial engineer, I work to eliminate wastes of time, money, materials, energy, and other resources. I keep under control the production processes, focusing on the NCR trend, evaluating the possible process modification as corrective action, running the Lean Six-Sigma methodology.

    My main tasks at the Methods and Processes department, are:

    - I estimate the costs in terms of man-hours and raw materials (issuing of quotations relevant to electronic equipments manufacturing, retrofit and repair).

    - Procedures preparation and work shifts management for avionic equipments manufacturing and maintenance.

    - External suppliers’ management.

    - Follow up of Avionics equipments production and costs management by using SAP application.

    - verification and updating of the documentation relevant to facility, tools and processes, in order to face to external audit.

    - Apply the First and Second Lean Manufacturing Level improving the processes efficiency (analyze the IQL and KPI, apply the visual management, find solutions)

    -Evaluate the impacts coming from production changes on the production processes (e.g. implementation of RFId)

    -Feasibility Study of a Transfer of Technology in foreign country

    Name and address of employer

    AKKA Technologies@ Selex Galileo Italia (a Finmeccanica company)

    Via dei Castelli Romani, 2

    00040 Pomezia RM

    Type of business or sector

    Defence and Security Electronics sector

     

     

    Dates

    July 2008 to September 2010

    Occupation or position held

    VEGA Assembly 2 and Assembly 3 AIT/AIV responsible.

    Main activities and responsibilities

    VEGA is a European small launcher sponsored by ESA.

    I’ve started my job in the VEGA Program as support to the Assembly1 (A1) AIT/AIV responsible (6 months) and then I took the role of Assembly2 (A2) and Assembly3 (A3) responsible.

    As A2-A3 AIT/AIV responsible my main activities were:

    - To Issue and update Assemblies’ AIT documentation (SMO, AIT plan, Acceptance specification, user manuals, Interface Control Document, DID).

    - To guarantee the coherence of the Assemblies layout and to manage the design activities (one CATIA draftsman reported to me).

    -To Approve the procedures for Manufacturing and Integration, and to review subcontractors documentation, working with PA people in order to assure that all documents were compliant with the requirements.

    -To manage the Assy integration and acceptance activities accordingly with the customer (ESA) requirements.

    - To planning the integration and acceptance activities of the flight units on the basis of the availability of facility and personnel.

    - To participate to the integration activities of Vega’s Zefiro 9-A first and second firing test.

    As part of the AIT department:

    - I’ve been responsible for the Launcher Additional Telemetry layout and configuration.

    - I’ve issued the Launcher Mechanical and Pyro SMO and I’ve contributed to the finalization of the Operational Plan, and the preparatory work for the operations in Kourou (French Guyana) related to the test campaign and the flight campaign, playing design authority role.

    In parallel to my main tasks, I worked closely with PA becoming familiar with PA and QA working methods, rules and procedure:I prepared and took part to MRR (Manufacturing Readiness Review), DRB (Delivery Review Board), IRR (Integration Readiness Review), TRR (Test Readiness Review), BT (Technical Balance meetings with the costumer as technical authority). I treated anomalies and approved request for deviation and request for waiver (RFD/RFW). I revised the Vega procedures to guarantee the respect of the Safety requirements, acquiring a quite good knowledge about the safety aspects relevant to the launcher.

    Name and address of employer

    Manpower S.p.A.@ ELV S.p.A.

    Corso Garbaldi 22

    00040 Colleferro (RM)

    Type of business or sector

    Launch Vehicle system design

     

     

    Dates

    February 2008 → July 2009

    Occupation or position held

    Earth observation Satellite system engineer and Moon orbiter System propulsion engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    - Collaboration on preliminary design of a low-cost technological / scientific microsatellite mission for Earth Observation (sponsored by ASI).

    I contributed to write and “review” the documentation, focusing on the documents relevant to harness and the communication subsystems.

    - Collaboration on preliminary design of Moon orbiter satellite with optical payload (sponsored by ASI). As system propulsion engineer my role, during phase A, was to evaluate the best solution to be adopted for the propulsion subsystem. The main objective was to individuate a system able to perform: Orbit transfer, Moon orbit injection, Moon orbit keeping, orbit maintenance and Moon deorbiting manoeuvres.

    Name and address of employer

    SpaceSys

                          Type of business or sector

    Space Engineering

     

     

    Dates

    July 2006 → December 2008

    Occupation or position held

    Team coordinator of Ground Segment Team

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Design and coordination of Ground Station network and Mission Control Centre for ESMO satellite.

    ESMO is an ESA educational project involving students from all over Europe, with the aim to build a Moon orbiter (small satellite) with optical camera and radar-altimeter payloads. 

    I coordinated the preparation of the documentation (contributing actively to its issuing) relevant to the Ground Network & Mission control centre subsystems design for the phase A, focusing on the ground segment architecture.

    We worked using a remote concurrent design facility (CDF) to find the best design solution following ECSS, CCDSD and PUS standards.

    In March 2008 I attended to the ESMO Workshop5 for Phase B kick-off at ESA ESTEC in Noordwijk.

    In September 2006 I attended to the ESMO Workshop1 for phase A kick-off at ESA ESTEC in Noordwijk (Netherlands) and at ESA ESOC in Darmstadt (Germany). During the workshop I’ve prepared a presentation and performed it to introduce my team and our work, explaining who we are and what was the aim of our work for phase A.

    Name and address of employer

    ESA Educational Department

    http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Education/SEMZ2X22VBF_0.html

    The ESMO program started as SSETI Program (Student Space Exploration & Technology Initiative www.sseti.net).

    Type of business or sector

    Space Engineering

    Education and training

     

     

     

    Dates

    07/02/2008 - 11/12/2008

    Title of qualification awarded

    2nd level Master Course in 'Space Transportation Systems'

    Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

    Development and qualification of launchers, design phases; launch, safety and ascent trajectories with related problems, structural dynamics and pyrotechnic devices, engines performances and nozzle Aerothermodynamics; ground segment. Future launchers.

    The lectures were held by university professors and expert from European Industries (such as ASTRIUM, AVIO, ELV, VITROCISET..) and space agencies (ESA CNES and ASI).

     

    Thesis about AIT activities entitled: “AIT support activities: integration feasibility study”.

    Training

    1st - 10th July 2008

    Travel to Kourou (French Guyana) to visit the CSG, the launch site of Vega, Arianne5 and Soyuz, the integration building, the Regolus Europropulsion and Arianespace facility and to see the 184th Launch of Arianne5. The travel was hosted by ESA, Arianespace, Cnes Avio and other space industry  for the students of STS Master.

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    University of Rome "La Sapienza"

    Faculty of Engineering

    Notes  

    I have been selected to participate in the course in the fourth position of ranking of admission examination, held in January 2008

     

    Dates

     

    Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

     

     

     

     

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

     

    3th- 7th November 2008

    ESMO Workshop @ESOC (Darmstadt, Germany)

    Training on Ground segment and Mission control centre architecture held by ESA experts. Training on SCOS2K, communication architecture (satellite and ground point of view), Ground stations, Simulation & Testing.

    The Workshop included a visit the ESOC infrastructures and of ESATRACK site in REDU, with training on antenna tracking.

     

    ESA European Space Agency

     

     

     

    Dates

    09/2004 - 21/02/2008

    Title of qualification awarded

    Master Degree in Space Engineering

    Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

    Specialization on Launchers, Satellite and orbiting platforms.
     

    Thesis about Thermal Protection System entitled "TPS for manned vehicles". The aim of the thesis was to develop a mathematical model for the thermal protection systems (including ablation) implemented in matlab coding in order to simulate an atmospheric re-entry.

    Name and type of organisation

    University of Rome "La Sapienza"

    Level classification

    final mark 110/110

     

     

    Dates

    09/2001 - 17/02/2005

    Title of qualification awarded

    Bachelor Degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

    Thesis about Mechanical test on composite materials.

    The aim of the thesis was to determine the mechanical behaviour (stress strain and fatigue resistance) of a Titanium Matrix Composite through standard tests.

    Name and type of organisation

    "Sapienza" Università di Roma

    Level classification

    final mark:103/110

     

     

    Dates

    September 1996 – July 2001

    Title of qualification awarded

    Classical diploma (Humanistic science)

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    High school"Benedetto da Norcia"

    ROME

    Level in national or international classification

    final mark: 96/100

     

     

    Personal skills and competences

     

     

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

     

     

    Other languages

    English, French

     

     

    Social skills and competences

    Very good team spirit and very good ability to adapt to multicultural environments (in ELV I was member of nine people team, and now I’m part of a team composed by twelve people).

    Very good interpersonal skills have always been part of my character and I've improved them during

    my educational and working experience: in ELV one of my duty was to collect and often harmonize the

    requirements coming from different technical areas in order to plan and coordinate the acceptance and production activities.

     

     

    Organisational skills and competences

    Leadership

    I was the team leader in the ESMO project (team composed by eight people); and during my work at

    ELV one CATIA draftsman reported directly to me.

    Activities Planning and Coordination

    Excellent organization skills gained through my experience at ELV. As Assy responsible I had to plan

    my time spreading it on the different activities; I had to coordinate the integration activities according

    with AVIO production department in terms of planning, materials availability, facility availability and

    personnel.

     

     

    Technical skills and competences

    Knowledge of ESA standards, having an overview of ECSS, CCSDS, PUS, and focusing on ECSS E-ST-70C,ECSS Q-ST-20C, ECSS Q-ST-10-09C, ECSS M-ST-40C, ECSS M-ST-10C.

    LEAN MANUFACTURING and SIX-SIGMA

    RFId technology

    SAP end user level

     

     

    Computer skills and competences

    Excellent knowledge of Windows operating system Microsoft Office™ and Explorer

    Good knowledge of Matlab and Fortran programming language and Finite Element Analysis Programs like ADINA , Femap, MSC Nastran

    Good knowledge of graphic design applications (Adobe Illustrator™, PhotoShop™).

    Knowledge of SAP (user level)

     

     

    Artistic skills and competences

    Photography, painting.

     

     

    Other skills and competences

    Sports: volleyball, diving (advanced licence), bike.

    I was the team leader of volleyball team in the Avio sporting group.

     

     

    Driving licence(s)

    Category B

     

     

    Additional information

    29th September – 3th October, 2008

    Attendance at 59th IAC Congress, Glasgow, Scotland

    Publicationand Presentation on interactive session of the article:"A Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of Thermal Behaviour of Ablative TPS"; Authors: Marianna Rinaldi, Andrea Bucchi (PhD student), Prof. Paolo Gaudenzi.

     

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