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     Date Submitted:29-08-2011
     Last Modified:21-11-2011 (09:35)
    Job information
     Current job:Master degree in Aerospace Engineering
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsMission Analysis, CRTBP, Trajectory Optimization, Manifolds, Space Flight Mechanics, Space Systems, Aerospace Control Systems, Aerospace Structures, Electric Propulsion, Matlab, Ansys, CAD, English
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    Nationality: Italian
    Date of birth: 29 October 1983
    Gender: Female

    Desired employment / Occupational field:

    Mission Analysis Engineer

    Education and training

    Dates: April 2007 - July 2011
    Title of qualification awarded: Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering
    Final mark: I graduated with first-class honours
    Principal subjects: Space Flight Mechanics, Space Systems, Aerospace Control Systems, Aerospace Structures, Electric Propulsion, Thermal Fluid Science.
    Occupational skills covered:Working in a team and using the engineering simulation software ANSYS® to project a machine in the contest of the Machine Design course. During my thesis work, I acquired knowledge about Space Mission Analysis in a multi-body contest. In particular, I studied the Circular Restricted Three Body Problem (CRTBP) and I improved my capability in using the MATLAB® computing software.
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training: University of Pisa, Faculty of Engineering
    Largo Lucio Lazzarino, 55122 Pisa (Italy)

    Dates: August 2008 - September 2008
    Title of qualification awarded: Certificate of completion
    Principal subjects: Energy Systems, Engineering Technical English Language, PowerPoint Presentations and American Culture.
    Occupational skills covered: Working in a multicultural team.
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    210 Engineering Hall 1308 W. Green street, Urbana-Champaign (USA)

    Dates: 30 July 2007 - 24 August 2007
    Title of qualification awarded: Certificate in English Studies
    Principal subjects: English Language summer courses in Cambridge (UK). Level: Upper Intermediate.
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training: Language Studies International (LSI)
    41 Tenison Road, CB1 2DG Cambridge (United Kingdom)

    Dates: October 2002 - April 2007
    Final mark: 110/110
    Title of qualification awarded: Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
    Principal subjects: Basic subjects ( Mathematics, Physics, Chemical, Material Sciences, Structural Mechanics and Theory of Elasticity) and Aerospace subjects (Fluid Dynamics, Aircraft Engines and Aircraft System).
    I improved my skills to use the computing software MATLAB® and the 3D CAD software Pro/ENGINEER.
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training: University of Pisa, Faculty of Engineering
    Largo Lucio Lazzarino, 55122 Pisa (Italy)
    Level in national or international classification: ISCED 5A

    Personal skills and competences


    Mother tongue: Italian
    Other language:
    Self-assessment European level (*):  Listening B1 Independent user, Reading B2 Independent user, Writing B2 Independent user, Spoken interaction B1 Independent user, Spoken production B1 Independent user,

    (*) Common European Framework of Reference (CEF) level

    Social skills and competences

    Teamwork in multicultural contest. I have worked in research teams in my academic experiences in Italy and in foreign countries. I am also experienced at working in a sports team (fencing and basketball).

    Organisational skills and competences

    During my academic career and my thesis work, I developed the skill to organize my work also when I am under occupational stress.

    Computer skills and competences:

    I am competent with both Microsoft® and Mac OS® operative system, with surfing the net, with the Microsoft® Office programmes (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher) and with the technical programmes MATLAB®, Pro/ENGINEER, ANSYS® and AUTOCAD®.

    Other skills and competences:

    In my free time I enjoy myself with sports activities (skiing, swimming, running, gym) or I love to do-it-yourself, reading, travelling and experiencing different cultures.

    Driving licence:

    I am a holder of an Italian drivers license for a vehicle of category B.

    Additional information:

    Researches and Projects:

    - Thesis of master degree in Aerospace Engineering: “Preliminary design of low-thrust space missions toward Lyapunov vertical orbits”, University of Pisa, work in collaboration with the aerospace company Alta SpA in Pisa, 2011. This work deals with the Circular Restricted Three Body Problem in the contest of space mission design both for operative orbits and transfer trajectories. It also studies the combination of the three body problem manifolds dynamic and low-thrust transfer strategies. A preliminary approach to the optimization problem of the low-thrust transfer trajectory has been considered and its solution has been computed using the direct multiple shooting method.

    - Thesis of bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering: “Performances description and analysis of the principal space launch vehicles”, University of Pisa, work in collaboration with the aerospace laboratory Centrospazio in Pisa, 2007.

    - C.Finocchietti, D. Bertocchini, “Design of a mechanical lifter for an industrial varnish tank”, University of Pisa, 2009. Mechanical project realized during the Machine Design course of the Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering.


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