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With growing bipartisan skepticism that NASA’s current plan to return humans to the moon by 2024 is achievable, members of the House Science Committee used a Nov. 13 hearing to advocate for a different, and arguably more conventional, approach. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:13-09-2011
     Last Modified:29-11-2013 (03:02)
    Job information
     Current job:Master degree student
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsIADC member, satellite system, cubesat developer, microsatellite integrator
    CV

    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    SexFemale | Date of birth 04 May 1986 | Nationality Italian

     

    PREFERRED JOB

    AIT Engineer

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    30 May 2012 – Present

    AIT Engineer

    GAUSS Srl, Roma (RM) (Italy)

    Assembly,Integration and Test Engineer of UniSat-5 microsatellite

    01 October 2013 – 31 October 2013

    Occasional collaboration for Sapienza University of Roma.

    University of Rome "Sapienza", DIAEE Department, Roma (Italy)

    Software implementantion for the optical observation of Space Debris

    Tutor for bachelor degree students.

    23 September 2013 – 27 September 2013

    Responsible for G.A.U.S.S. srl Booth at 64th International Astronautic Conference in Beijing

    GAUSS Srl, Roma (Italy)

     

    Booth keeper

    Information contacts providing

    Presentation of activities

    Book seller for International Astronautic Academy.

    09 September 2013 – 14 September 2013

    Responsible for G.A.U.S.S. srl Booth at AIMAS 27th National Conference

    GAUSS Srl, Roma (Italy)

    Boothkeeper

    Information contacts providing

    Presentation of activities

    01 December 2012 – 10 February 2013

    Organizing Committee member of the 2nd IAA Conference

    GAUSS Srl, Roma (Italy)

    Graphics design

    Gadget purchase

    Program definition

    Booth keeper

    Information contacts providing

    01 October 2012 – 05 October 2012

    Responsible for G.A.U.S.S. srl Booth at 63rd International Astronautic Conference in Naples

    GAUSS Srl, Roma (Italy)

     

    Booth keeper

    Information contacts providing

    Presentation of activities

    Book seller for International Astronautic Academy.

    01 December 2010 – 10 February 2011

    Organizing Committee member of the 1st IAA Conference

    “Sapienza” University of Rome, DIAEE department, Roma (Italy)

     

    Graphics design

    Gadget purchase

    Program definition

    Booth keeper

    Information contacts providing

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    01 September 2009 – 18 December 2011

    Dottore in Ingegneria Aerospaziale (Master Degree)

    grade 106/110 equivalent to 3.85 GPA

    Scuola di Ingegneria Aerospaziale (School of Space Engineering)- University of Roma "La Sapienza", Roma (Italy)

     

    Projectand build an ionizing radiation detector for bio-medicine experiment into thespace based on Arduino opensource platform.

    Performedmission analysis to estimate radiation range

    Studythe OBHD and structural subsystems

    Commercial-Off-The-Shelf Components.

    01 September 2005 – 20 July 2009

    Dottore in Ingegneria Aerospaziale junior (Bachelor's Degree - First level degree)

     

    Facoltà di Ingegneria (Engineering Faculty)- University' of Roma "La Sapienza", Roma (Italy)

    Thermal Shield for Ballistic Re-Entry

    Mission analysis

    Re-entry vehicles history and heritage

    01 September 2000 – 30 June 2005

    Secondary School Diploma: Scientific Certificate

     

    Liceo Scientifico Vitruvio Pollione – Avezzano (AQ)- Italy, Avezzano (AQ) (Italy)

    Mathematics, physics, foreign language (English), informatics.

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    &English

    Communication skills

    - Public speaking skills, in presenting his own work or other activities or products, both inthemother tongue and foreign language.

     

    - Team spirit and adaptability, gained through work experiences and collaborations inuniversity groups;

    - Sociable and collaborative.

    Organisational / managerial skills

     

    - Problem Solving skills, in stressful conditions.

    - Organizational skills

    - Involved in logistic and purchase management, during experiences withG.A.U.S.S. srl and University of Rome.

    - Responsible of all the graphic project (including managing funds for the gadgetspurchase)

    - Involved in fundraisewith no-profit association "Friends to the South of the World"

    Job-related skills

     

    - Knowledgeof all phases of micro-satellites building process, from project to designreviews to assembly

    initiallyachieved during the EduSat program ((launchwith Dnepr, 2011) and

    then in theother projects with University of Rome (UniCubesat GG, launch with Vega MaidenFlight 2012) and

    G.A.U.S.S. Srl (UniSat-5, launch with Dnepr 2013)

    - Study on the space debris problem and active re-moval solution for PhD thesis(started it in Jannuary 2012 but drop it in 2013 summer for personal issues)with study of space environment and identification of a priority scale forremotion and implementation of an algorithm to allow the rendez-vous with thattarget.

     

    - Member of commission for the definition of new test standard (ISO standard) forsmall satellites.

     

    -Delegated by ASI (Italian Space Agency) for the IADC (Inter-Agency DebrisCommittee) as responsible for Space Debris Optical Observation in Italy (2011).

     

    - Gauss team technician for Unicubesat GG integrationin ESTEC facilities

    - Test Engineer for the same project according to ECSSstandard.

    - Good manual with drill and electricsoldering iron

    - Responsible for Unicubesat GG wiring.

     

    - Experience with structure subsystem (with the help of the program CATIA),attitude control (implemented in Matlab), on board electronic (Design Altium /Protel).

     

    - Experience in educationalfield, teaching to high school student how to design and build a picosatellite(Mr SAT) how realize solar panels (they learn to make a home-made PCB andsolding on it solar cells), how made a on board data handling with Arduinoopen-source computer and how to connect it to sensors (accelerometer).

    Computer skills

     

    SuiteOffice (Word, Excel, PowerPoint): excellent skill;

    Pascal programmation:respectable skill thanks to the high school's course

    Fortran Programmation:respectable skill thanks to the bachelor's course

    Matlab and Simulinkimplementation: good skill thanks to master's courses and to the frequent use inthe GAUSS group

    CATIA (CAD):enough skill thanks to the frequent use in the GAUSS group

    Nastran (Femap):respectable skill thanks to a bachelor's course

    Altium Design(Protel): respectable skill thanks to the frequent use in the GAUSS group

    Photoshop (Adobe):very good skill, self-taught

    Flash: respectable skill, self-taught

    Other skills

    Artistic skills and competences:

    - Gauss' responsible ofthe graphic sector: designed the satellites logos, the flyers of the GAUSS’ events

    Physical skills and competences:

    - Ishow a good attitude to trekking, free climbing, archery.

    - I can ride an horse (bothenghlis and wester riding) and swim.

    - I'm not so good with Viet Anh Mon (VientamiteKung Fu), but I can get better.


     

    Driving licence

    B

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

    Publications

     

    C. Massimiani, V. Rao, F.Bertini, “Feasibility Study of Materials For TRIS (Triple-cubesat to Remove andIdentify Spacedebris) System's Catching Shield”, IAC-2010

    C. Massimiani, R. DiLauro, C. Cappelletti“Wormsat, low-cost solution for debris-removal”, 8th Annual CubeSat Developers’Workshop, Cal Poly Campus

    C. Massimiani, "low cost system for ionizing radiationmonitoring in space", IAC-2012

    C. Massimiani, M. Lavagna , “Small Satellite to IdentifyDamage on Upper Stage before Space Debris Removal Mission”, 2nd IAA Conference on UniversitySatellite Missions and CubeSat Workshop

    Presentations

     

    "Low cost system for ionizing radiationmonitoring in space", IAC-2012
     

    “Small Satellite to IdentifyDamage on Upper Stage before Space Debris"2nd IAA Conference onUniversity Satellite Missions and CubeSat Workshop

    "Softwareand Algorithms comparison for satellites and space debris search on astronomicalimages", IADC 2011

    "Implementationof the Italian Space Debris Activities at University of Rome", IADC2011

     

    “Feasibility Study of Materials For TRIS (Triple-cubesat to Remove and Identify Spacedebris) System's Catching Shield”, IAC-2010


     


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