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     Date Submitted:05-08-2011
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     Industry:Satellite Operators
     Keywordsvery well experienced in team work, included CLUSTER mission at ESOC
    CV

    EDUCATION

                     Currently              Double degree: Master of Science in Space Science and Technology,              

                                                     SpaceMaster,

                                                      Erasmus Mundus International Programme.

                                                      Studied in the following countries: GERMANY, SWEDEN, FRANCE.

                                                      Major:  Space Technology, Kiruna, Sweden.

                                                      Major: Space Techniques and Instrumentation, Toulouse, France.

     

                 MARCH 2010           Bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering, Univeristy of Pisa, ITALY

     

    AUGUST-SEPT 2010           Exchange student at “San Diego State University”, San Diego,  CALIFORNIA, USA

                                                      Engineering class in “Corrosion and Protection of Metallic Materials”

     

                    JUNE  2006           Secondary School Diploma: Grammar School, Liceo Classico “Eschilo”, Gela, ITALY

               

     

                      

                          Currently          Degree in piano, Piano Academy “V. Bellini”, Catania, ITALY

     

                        JUNE 2005          Degree in Music Theory and Solfége, Piano Academy “V. Bellini”, Catania, ITALY

        

     

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

         JULY-SEPTEMBER 2011        Engineer member of the Flight Control Team of the CLUSTER Mission, ESA- ESOC , GERMANY

     

                     NOVEMBER 2009         JSF Representative. Meeting with the DUTCH STATE SECRETARY OF DEFENCE, Delft, THE NETHERLANDS

     

                            AUGUST 2008         Worskhop on industries, ESA-ESTEC, THE NETHERLANDS

     

                JULY-AUGUST 2007         Engineer in the design of an UAV (Unmanned Air Vehicle) ,

                                                                Rolls Royce,ENGLAND.   

                                                                Team work project in a group of 12 engineers, under the supervision of Rolls Royce engineers   

     

    MARCH 2008 – SEPT 2013        Coordinator of "EUROAVIA - JSF Student Exchange Program"

                                                                Euroavia EYE-JSF, “The European Association of Aerospace Students

     

    MARCH 2008 – SEPT 2013        Executive Member of “ EYE- EUROAVIA YOUNG ENGINEER”

                                                                Euroavia EYE, “The European Association of Aerospace Students

     

    SEPT. 2007 – SEPT 2010            Treasurer of “EUROAVIA PISA”

                                                                Euroavia, “The European Association of Aerospace Students

     

    DEC. 2007- APRIL 2008               Organizer of the International Conference on A380 , with the participation of

                                                                Dieter Schmitt, Pisa, ITALY

                                                                 Euroavia, “The European Association of Aerospace Students

     

     JULY 2000- JULY 2006                 Volunteering for children, Church “Regina Pacis” , Gela, ITALY

     

    SKILLS

     

                               LANGUAGES                 ITALIAN ,  Mother Tongue

                                                                        ENGLISH,  Independent User

                                                                        FRENCH,   Intermediate Level

                                                                        GERMAN,   Basic

                                                                        SPANISH,   Basic

                                                                                Studied :  LATIN

                                                                                                  ANCIENT GREEK

     

                    COMPUTER SKILLS               CATIA, ANSYS, PROE, MS EXCEL .

                                                                        Ongoing : MATLAB, JAVA

     

     

    LEADERSHIP & TEAMWORK            Coordinator of several international projects, included leadership position

                                                                     for the military project JSF, student recruitment (EYE-EUROAVIA),

                                                                    congress organizer. The teamwork experience has been very well

                                                                        developed , especially during the experiences at Rolls-Royce (12

                                                                        engineers team to carry out an UAV), at CLUSTER mission at ESA

                                                         (team composed by engineers, analysts, SPACONS), CANSAT project (team

                                                                        composed by 7 engineers).

     

                                              MUSIC              Solfège, Piano, Guitar, Drums.

     

                                             SPORT               Ballet, Tennis, Swimming, Equitation, Soccer,

     

     

                      DRIVING LICENCE                B

     

     

    AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

     

                  SEPT 2010- SEPT 2012               Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Holder

     

              JULY – SEPTEMBER 2011              Offered Internships at :  

                                                          - ESA-ESOC, Darmstadt, Germany (selected one for this period)

                                                          -  San Diego State University, San Diego California

                                                          -  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA

                                                          -  ONERA, Toulouse, France

       

     

                                       APRIL 2005               First Classified in the Inter-Regional Olympiads of Mathematics

     

                                         JUNE 2005               BALLET certificate, Advanced Level, Ballet School “Claudia Trainito”,

                                                                             Gela, ITALY

     

                                   AUGUST 2005              Selected by the École Normale Supérieurede Pisa among the 100

                                                                             most talented Italian students of the academic year 2004/2005

     

     

    OTHER INTERESTS

                                CULTURE             Poetry, Art, Ancient Languages (Latin and Greek) , ancient culture

                     

                          TRAVELLING             Already visited    Europe, USA, Caribbean, Africa, Asia, Arctic Circle.

                                                                        In program    Australia

     


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