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     Date Submitted:10-09-2011
     Last Modified:23-10-2015 (08:15)
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     Current job:Telecommunication and Astronautical Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsTelecommunication and Astronautical Engineer
    CV

    PERSONAL INFORMATIONS

     

     

     

    Sex  Male  

    Date of birth 04/05/1984

    Nationality Italian

     

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

     

    Oct 2010 - now

     

    Consultant

    GAUSS / GAUSS srl (http://www.gaussteam.com/)

    ·         Main activities:

    §  Ground Station operator

    §  Thermal Analysis and design

    §  Payload design

    §  High school lessons (RF communications, Rocketry, space systems)

     

    ·         Projects:

    §  EduSat: communication ground tests

    §  UniCubeSat-GG: RF Payload design, realization and testing. Satellite assembly, testing and integration

    §  HPH.com: Thermal Modeling, Thermal Vacuum/ Outgassing Test Coordinator

    §  Unisat-5: Satellite Thermal modeling, analysis, and Thermal control subsystem design. Power budget, assembly, payload integration.

    §  GlioSat: Payload, Electronics and software design. Thermal control subsystem design.

     

     

     

     Jul 2006 – Apr 2009

     

     

    Trainee

    Electronic Microscopy Center of Università degli Studi dell’Aquila.

     

    Main activities:

    ·         Use of TEM, SEM and Optical Microscope

    ·         Samples preparation

    ·         Diffraction and X-ray analysis

     

    EDUCATION

     

    Sep. 2010 – May 2013

    Master’s degree in Astronautical Engineering

    School of Aerospace Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome

    ·         Main topics: Astrodynamics, Propulsion, Materials for aerospace, Robotic systems, Space medicine, Launchers flight mechanics, Spacecraft thermal control, Automatics and controls, Spacecraft attitude control systems

     

    ·         Thesis title: “Analysis and design of a thermal control subsystem for biological experiments in space”

     

    ·         Votation: 105/110

     

    2007 – 2010

     

    Master’s degree in Telecommunication Engineering

    Faculty of Engineering, Università degli Studi dell’Aquila

    ·         Main topics: Telecommunication Networks, Digital Transmissions, Remote sensing, Digital electronics, Automatic and controls, Advanced mathematics, Radiowave propagation, Satellite communications

     

    ·         Thesis title: “Realization of THz nanoantennas through the application of metal-dielectric multilayers”

     

    ·         Votation: 108/110

     

    2007 – 2008

     

    1st level postgraduate Master Specialization Course in Nanotechnologies

    Università degli Studi dell’Aquila

    ·         Main topics: Photonics, Micro and nanoelectronics, Electronic lithography, Growth of nanometric structures, condensed matter physics

     

    2002 – 2007

     

    Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunication Engineering

    Faculty of Engineering, Università degli Studi dell’Aquila

    ·         Main topics: Signals theory, Telecommunication and radiocommunication systems, Electronics, Electromagnetic fields, Antennas and microwave propagation, Operating systems, Engineering applied economics, Dynamic systems, Physics, Mathematics, Optoelectronics

     

    ·         Thesis title: “Study of Carbon nanotubes filling with magnetic material for optoelectronic applications”

     

    ·         Votation: 101/110

     

    1997 – 2002

     

    High School degree

    Liceo Scientifico Galilei, Pescara

    ·         Votation: 100/100

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    English, French

    Communication skills

    Excellent disposition for teamworking, thanks to the time spent as trainee in the Microscopy Center and in GAUSS Team. Good disposition in sharing my knowhow, and to be very communicative and happy also in stress condition at work, in order to establish a relaxed atmosphere among team members. This disposition for teamwork has been enhanced from years of team sports since I was a child.

    Good ability in coordinating small groups, gained from a long series of group works in school and university.

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Good ability in organizing and planning my work, fulfilling time requests and granting a good quality in final results as well.

    Good ability in working under stress conditions due to past experience. Working in a laboratory has made me develop good skills in problem-solving  related to scientific research unpredictability.

    Working in the GAUSS Team has enhanced my will and my ability to be involved also in problems not strictly related with my knowledge.

     

    Job-related skills

    I’m able to:

    ·         Assemble and operate a ground station for amateur satellites

    ·         Autonomously use a Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM), a Scansion Electron Microscope (SEM) and an optical microscope.

    ·         Prepare samples for SEM/TEM microscopes, and use a lot of different devices like dimpler, PIPS, ultramicrotome, lapping machine.

    ·         Develop photos in dark room

    ·         Autonomously use of several machining tools, such as drill, milling machine, saw.

    ·         Use of several technical and simulation software

    ·         Solder electronics boards and components; prepare cables for electronics and RF

    ·         Assemble mechanical interfaces

    Computer skills

    Operating systems:

    ·         Windows (95, 98, Xp, Vista, Seven)

    ·         MacOS X

    ·         Linux (Ubuntu, ArchLinux)

    Software:

    ·         Text editors: MS Word, LateX

    ·         Office: Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint

    ·         Graphics editing: Adobe Photoshop

    ·         Scientific applications: MatLab, LabView, CST Studio Suite, CATIA, Thermal Desktop, SINDA, Nec, Orbitron, Wolfram Mathematica, Origin, Ham Radio Deluxe

    ·         Programming languages: C++, Turbo Pascal

     

    Other skills

    ·         Sport: Fencing (agonism), Football, Ski, Basketball

    ·         Arts: writing, drawing, theatre

     

    Other interests

     

    Cinematography, Astronomy, Astronautics, Hi-Tech, Computers, Literature, Photography, Music, Cooking, Travel

    Driving licence

    Italian driving license B

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

     

    Presentations and posters

     

    ·         Presentation at the 2nd Nanotechnologies workshop, L’Aquila, June 2008

    ·         Poster session  at the 1st Nanotechnologies workshop, L’Aquila, June 2007

    ·         Poster session  at the 2nd Nanotechnologies workshop, L’Aquila, June 2008

     

    Conferences

     

    ·         1st Nanotechnologies workshop, L’Aquila, Italy, June 2007

    ·         2nd Nanotechnologies workshop, L’Aquila, Italy, June 2008

    ·         1st IAA Conference on University Satellites Missions and CubeSat Workshop in Europe, Rome, Italy, January 2011 (Organization committee)

    ·         63rd International Astronautical Congress, Naples, October 2012

    ·         2nd  IAA Conference on University Satellites Missions and CubeSat Workshop in Europe, Rome, Italy, February 2013 (Organization committee)

     

    Seminars

     

    ·         School of Scientific calculation with Matlab, Palermo, Italy, September 2011

    ·         Arduino Day, Rome, Italy, April 2012

     

    Other licences

     

    Amateur radio operator licence

    Regional arm technician for fencing



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