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The British government announced July 19 a new effort to help space companies in the country win business outside of Europe amid concerns about the effects Brexit will have on the industry. SpaceNews.com
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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 23:09:46 +0000
With about $40 million in hand and an agreement to use a new launch site, British small launch vehicle startup Orbex argues that it’s joined the small group of companies in this sector of the industry that should be taken seriously. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 18 Jul 2018 18:45:22 +0000
Earth observation startup Planet laid off dozens of employees July 13. The move affected less than ten percent of the firm's workforce, a company spokesperson said. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 18 Jul 2018 16:23:07 +0000
Blue Origin conducted a successful test flight of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle July 18 that demonstrated its crew capsule escape system. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 18 Jul 2018 15:00:23 +0000
Maxar announced a $1.3 million deal with the UK Space Agency to develop space robotics technology in the United Kingdom. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 18 Jul 2018 14:37:02 +0000
Trump administration officials are at the Farnborough Airshow in the United Kingdom this week on a mission to sell American aerospace and weapons. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 18 Jul 2018 14:17:49 +0000
As Astrobotic prepares to compete for NASA lunar payload delivery contracts, the company has signed an agreement with Dynetics for the last major component of its lunar lander. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 20:50:51 +0000
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said July 17 that he’s had good discussions with European officials about potential cooperation on NASA’s plans to return to the moon. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 20:16:24 +0000
Lockheed VP: “As the UK develops its space industry further, I think you’ll see bigger economics from the mini-satellites and the value they create from data." SpaceNews.com
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 16:20:46 +0000
While Lockheed Martin continues to suggest it will use Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket at a Scottish launch site announced at the beginning of this week, company officials said July 17 they have yet to formally select a vehicle to fly at the site. SpaceNews.com
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 00:28:34 +0000
Maxar Technologies on July 16 purchased Neptec, a Canadian company with robotic expertise deemed useful for in-space activities like satellite servicing and building space stations. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 16 Jul 2018 19:27:06 +0000
A solid rocket booster designed for both the Ariane 6 and Vega C next-generation launchers completed a successful test firing Monday, clearing a hurdle for the maiden flights of both vehicles. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 16 Jul 2018 17:58:13 +0000
Ken Gabriel, CEO of Draper Labs: The idea of small satellites making up large constellations is a “powerful shift." SpaceNews.com
Mon, 16 Jul 2018 16:54:04 +0000
Virgin Orbit says an agreement that could lead to LauncherOne missions from an English airport is part of an effort to both better meet the needs of its customers as well as support the U.K. space industry. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 16 Jul 2018 13:03:49 +0000
With the announcement that Scotland will be home to Britain's first spaceport, the U.K. is on the road to offering a one-stop-shop for building, operating and now launching satellites. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 16 Jul 2018 09:14:34 +0000
The British government announced July 16 that it will provide funding to two companies, including an American aerospace giant, who plan to use a newly announced launch site in Scotland. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 15 Jul 2018 21:58:30 +0000
After years of study and consideration, the British government announced July 15 that it will start development of a new spaceport in northern Scotland, while an English airport signed a deal that could also lead to launches from its facility. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 15 Jul 2018 19:39:31 +0000
The space market worldwide has averaged $269 billion over the past five years, growing more than 5 percent each year. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:02-09-2011
     Last Modified:20-09-2011 (09:03)
    Job information
     Current job:Stress Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    Personal Information

     

    Nationality, Gender

     

    Italian, Male

    Date of birth

     

    17th-August-1984

     

    Work Experience

     

    • Dates

     

    March 2011 – Up to now

    • Name and address of employer    

     

    Thales Alenia Space Italia, Via Saccomuro 24, Rome - Italy

    Type of business or sector

     

    Aerospace Industry

    • Occupation or position held

     

    Stress Engineer 

    • Main activities and responsibilities

     

    Thermo-Mechanical and Propulsion Systems Department:

    • Preliminary Satellite configuration design (BIOMASS and CoReH2O  Programs) using CAD softaware (Catia V5)
    • Spacecraft mechanical analysis: Modal, Static, Thermoelastic and Dynamic using FEM software (MSC.Patran, MSC.Nastran, Femap) in order to respect In Orbit Antenna Pointing and Launcher requirements. Data postprocess using Matlab and Microsoft Excell
    • Single part design (Support, Bracket and Adapter) and mechanical analysis
    • Single part drawings analysis and drafting

     

                    Dates

     

    April 2010 ­­– February 2011

    Name and address of employer

     

    SICAMB, Strada Eschido 1, Latina - Italy

    Type of business or sector

     

    Aeronautic Industry

    • Occupation or position held

     

    Production and Technical Support Engineer 

    Main activities and responsibilities

     

    Production Engineering Department of Ejection Seats (Martin Baker):

    • Manufacturing processes and methods
    • Process specifications and technical drawings analysis
    • Production cycles writing
    • Production tools design
    • Training activity about company Quality System and Operative Procedures.

    Technical Support Department of Ejection Seats (Martin Baker):

    • Technical manual drafting and analysis
    • Alteration of configuration management
    • Technical support and training to company employers or external customers  about parachute area.

     

    Education

     

     

    • Title of qualification awarded

     

    Professional Engineering License

    • Dates

     

    October 2010

    • Description

     

     

     

    Qualified to be put on the official Italian Engineers Register

     

    • Title of qualification awarded

     

    Master Degree in Aeronautic Engineering

    • Dates

     

    September 2006 – January 2010

    • Name and type of organization providing education and training

     

    University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’, Faculty of Engineering

    • Thesis Title

     

    Experimental and Numerical analysis to vibration damping on an UAV in flight.

    • Thesis Topic

     

     

     

     

    • Final Mark

     

     

    My thesis work was about linear aeroelastic numerical analysis using a FEM of an UAV. The structural analysis results were obtained by FEM software (MSC.Nastran and MSC.Patran), the aeroelastic theory was implemented using Matlab and Fortran.

    The experimental analysis were about flight tests on a 3 meter wing span UAV in order to obtain its aeroelastic identification using ICP accelerometers.

     

    110/110

     

    • Title of qualification awarded

    • Dates

     

    Bachelor Degree in Aerospace Engineering

    September 2003 – September 2006

    • Name and type of organization providing education and training

     

    University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’, Faculty of Engineering

    • Thesis Title

     

    Pressurization system for flight safety.

     

     

     

    Personal skills

    and competences

     

     

     

     

     

    • Mother tongue(s)

     

    Italian

    • Other language(s)

     

    English

    • Computer skills and competences

     

    Advanced knowledge of:

    FEACAD

     

    MSC.Patran, MSC.Nastran, FEMAP, Catia V5

    Programming

     

    Fortran, Pascal, MatLab (Simulink)

    Operative systems

     

    Windows

     

     

     

    Additional information

     

    • List of Publication

     

     

     

     

    • Language courses

     

    • Other courses

     

     

     

     

     

    Title: “Aeroelastic Identification of a Flying UAVs by Output Only Data with Applications on Vibration Passive Control,'' AIAA 2010-2556, 51st AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, 12 - 15 April 2010, Orlando, FL.

     

     

     

    English Language: Trinity College Certificate (May, 2001) grade 5.

     

    “Parachute packing and maintenance” certificate of Mk IT10A – SPEP (Aircraft: Tornado) e Mk 16 seats (Aircraft M346 and PC21)  issued by Martin Baker instructor (May 2010, August 2010)

     

    •Driving license

     

    Category B

    •Travelling Availability

     

    I am totally willing to travel when required.



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