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     Date Submitted:31-05-2011
     Last Modified:06-06-2011 (04:29)
    Job information
     Current job:Laboratory technician and Researcher
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsResearch, Photovoltaic module, Concentrator pv module, photovoltaic cell, laboratory, testings, calibration, uncertainty, computer systems

    Personal Profile:

    Graduated in Aerospace Engineering Master degree, I am reliable and supplied with an excellent intuition; I am committed and dynamic in my approach to solve various kind of problems. Ability to work individually or in a group depending of needs, I show remarkable ability of adaptation and learning in order to reach prescribed objectives.

    My objectives include improving myself and my level of knowledge, especially in aerospace engineering and other scientific topics.



    ·        July 1999 - Scientific High School “G.B.Vico” di Cologno Monzese (MI), vote 80/100.

    ·        October 2008 - Master degree in Aerospace Engineering, major in Space Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, vote 86/100.


    ·         Several experiences in family business as driver.

    ·         Conferences in order to spread bases of astronomy science to public and in schools.

    ·         2004 – Preliminary design of sub system “On board computer & data handling” within a didactic study with the aim of analysis of a pre-phase A of a multilander mission with orbiter in order to explore the dark side of the Moon.

    ·         2006 – Selected for 9th Student Parabolic Flight Campaign promoted by European Space Agency on board of Airbus A300 ZERO-G; experiment on variation of visual perception in microgravity.

    ·         2008 – Six months training at CESI premises, Milan, laboratory of research and development on GaAs triple junction Solar Cell.

    ·         2008 – Master thesis with title “Solar Cells for missions towards celestial bodies far from the Sun” about solar cells in low intensity and low temperature conditions, with reference to solar cells of lander of Rosetta spacecraft.

    ·         From January 2009 – recruited by IRcCOS "Institute for Research and certification of sustainable construction" (, owned by CNR (Research National Council), with the task of testing photovoltaic modules in accordance to IEC standards, and research on solar concentrators within the project "New technologies and tools for energy efficiency and use of renewable sources in civil use”, arising out of the framework agreement CNR and Regione Lombardia.



    ·         Italian: Mother language.

    ·         English: Good (TOEFL IBT evaluation October 5th 2007)



           TOEFL IBT (5 Ottobre 2007):


















    Training Courses:

    March 2009: “Training accreditation ACCREDIA (EA)”, IMQ

    April 2009: “Customers satisfaction and survey methodologies”, D. McKenzie Bell.

    July 2009: “Photovoltaic system design”, ITC – CNR

    September 2009: “Photovoltaic Thin Film certification, calibration and errors”, A. Virtuani.

    October 2009: “Test results quality assurance”, UNICHIM.

    November 2009: “Energetic certifier for buildings in Regione Lombardia”, ITC – CNR.


    Computer skills:

    Excellent knowledge of computer systems and software: Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point, Matlab, 3D studio Max, Adobe Photoshop, Linux e AutoCAD. Programming experiences C, Visual Basic.


    Free Time Activities:

    Astronomy, photography, sport (swim, karate, running, cycling, trekking, skiing), computer science (programming, photo and video editing), meteorology.



    ·         “Esperimenti italiani volano in assenza di peso”, S. Brambillasca, I.L. Schlacht, M.Masali, Aerotecnica Missili e Spazio, Vol. 86 n. 1, Gennaio-Marzo 2007, pp. 19-21, Italy.

    ·         “Color Perception in Microgravity Conditions: The Results of CROMOS Parabolic Flight Experiment”, I. L. Schlacht, S. Brambillasca, H. Birke,Springer Netherlands, Microgravity - Science and Technology, 2008, DOI 10.1007/s12217-008-9063-y.

    ·         "LILT Measurements on Silicon Solar Cells of Rosetta Lander Philae", S. Brambillasca, F. Topputo, A. Ercoli-Finzi, R. Campesato, Proceedings of the XX AIDAA Congress, Milano, Italy, June 29 - July 3, 2009.

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