Actively worked in an ESA project, with well developed team leading skills
Accustomed to work with deadlines, can easily work and communicate with other people
Good ability in writing technical reports and documents, using ESA standards
Published a study on “La Termotecnica” technical magazine about the vibration anomalies of a cogenerator
Open to move abroad and relocate
Relevant academic Projects
Sep 2009 – Apr 2011 Contributed to the ESA Project ESMO (European Student Moon Orbiter) as Leader of the Attitude and Orbit Control System team from Politecnico di Milano. Represented the team in three workshops in ESTEC, NL and Guildford, UK.
Mar – Jul 2009 Space Systems Design course project: feasibility study of a 2-satellite constellation for analysing the atmosphere, in charge of the Attitude and Orbit Control System.
Mar – Jul 2006 Space Systems course project: feasibility study of a 9-satellite constellation for Chinese positioning system, in charge of Structure subsystem.
Sep 2007 – Apr 2011 Master of Science in Space Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy. Thesis title: “Preliminary Design of the Attitude and Orbit Control System of the ESMO spacecraft”. Marks 99/110.
Sep 2003 – Jul 2007 Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy. Thesis title (translated in English): “Analysis of the irregular vibrations of the alternator in the District Heating Plant in Varese, Italy”.
Sep 1998 – Jul 2003 Liceo Scientifico Leonardo da Vinci, Milan.
Mar – Jul 2007 Internship at the District Heating Plant in Varese, Italy; studied the case of the vibration anomalies in the alternator, to find the causes. Co-author of the technical report, which was published on the Italian technical magazine “La Termotecnica”, in May 2009.
Mar – Jul 2007 Gave a secondary school student private lessons in Mathematics and Physics.
Languages Italian: Mother tongue. English: Good Fluency. 2006 - TOEFL certificate marks 217/300
Computer Skills Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows XP, Mac OS X, Linux
Software: Microsoft Office, iCDF, DOORS, OpenOffice.org, Matlab and Simulink, AGI Satellite Toolkit (STK), FEMAP, Nastran, COMSOL Multiphysics, Blender. Basic knowledge: Solid Edge, LabView.
Programming: C, Pascal.
Other interests As hobbies: playing the piano, swimming, mountain biking, tennis.
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