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     Date Submitted:06-10-2011
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     Current job:Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsPA, AIT, AIV, System Engineer, PM, Planning, Designing, Testing, Problem, Solving, Proactive, Communication, Negotiation, Committed, Reliable, Versatile, Independent, Team Player, Professionally Mature
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    Nationality:    Italian                                     Aerospace Engineer

    Date of birth: November, 10, 1982

     

    EXPERTISE

     

    ●      Wind Tunnel Tests

    ●      Set-ups test design for Aerodynamics (flow control)

    ●      Schlieren and Shadowgraphy tests

    ●      Thermal Analysis

    ●      Set-ups for Plasma Assisted Ignition Experiments

    ●      Set-ups  for vacuum chamber and thermal chamber tests.

    ●      Technical Documentation making (plan, report, review).

    ●      Technical Drawing 2D and 3D

    ●      CAD Designing

    ●      Calibration and use of probes for aerodynamic measurements.

    ●      Wind tunnels management and construction cryogenic systems.

    ●      PIV experience.

    ●      Repairing mechanical and electronic instrumentations.

    ●      Special Thermal Materials Experience

    ●      Tether  Experience

    ●      Management and maintenance of acoustic and lighting systems.

     

    EDUCATION

     

    2009 – 2011    Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering (Profile: Aerodynamics)

    Graduating on: “Flow Controlled by Nanosecond pulsed-discharge Plasma Actuator ”

    Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands.

     

    2001 – 2006   Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering (Profile:  Fluid Dynamics and Propulsion )

    Graduating internship on: “Conversion of a wind tunnel to circuit an opened ice gallery ”

    Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, University Federico II of Naples, Naples, Italy.

     

    2001                Degree of Scientic Liceum

                            Liceo Scientifico Statale Monsignor Bartolomeo Mancino

     

    EXPERIENCE / TRAINING

     

    Jen ’09 - Today         NEQlab BV Research, Den Haag, The Netherlands.

    Researcher, Experimentalist on the plasma assisted ignition projects.

    ·         Set-ups for testing on RCM (Rapid Compression Machine) for the plasma assisted ignition project

    ·         Assisted experimentation on the Reformer project.

    ·         Detonation Assisted by Plasma Stream project

    Researcher, Experimentalist on the plasma-assisted flow control.

    ·         Set-ups for testing on V-Tunnel, M-Tunnel, W-Tunnel, LowTurbolaceTunnel and OJF(Open Jet Facility) of TUDelft .

    Mechanical workshop supervisor.

     

    Jun ’08-Sep ’08         Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands. Short term position within the Formation for Atmospheric Science and Technology demonstration Project (FAST). (In collaboration with the Tsinghua University, China)

    ·         Supporting the lead engineer making documentation (MRD, MDL, QP, etc.)

    ·         Conceptual design description (incl. Cost estimate)

    ·         Thermal specification (result of simulations)

    ·         Simulation model

    ·         First draft layout of the microsatellite

     

    Dic ’08                        Delta-Utec SRC, Leiden, The Netherlands. Short term position as Tether Experimentalist.

     

    Sep’07-May ’08         Msc Aerospace Engineering at The First University Naples “Federico Secondo”:

                                        Courses attended and passed exams:

    ·         Mechanics applied to the Machines

    ·         Math Analysis III

    ·         Gas Dynamics II

     

    Aug ’07                      Delta-Utec SRC, Leiden, The Netherlands. Short term position as Special Thermal Materials  Experimentalist.

     

    Jan '07-Jul '07           Delta-Utec SRC, Leiden, The Netherlands. Short term position within the Young Engineer's Satellite 2 Project (YES2).

    ·         Testing in thermal chamber and vacuum chamber of braking device in ESA-ESTEC Facilities.

    ·         Build up of a Thermal Analysis model for the whole satellite using ThermXL software

    ·         Model Update with vacuum chamber test results.

    ·         Thermal Analysis of the Mission. Transitory and Stationary analysis of the whole mission including eleven no-operative days and six hours of operative time.

     

    Sept '06– Dec '06       Internshipat DISIS (Department of Sciences and Space Engineering) at Naples University:

    => Conversion of a open-jet high velocity wind tunnel in an ice gallery by designing of a pre-cooling system based on a compressed air system, and of liquid nitrogen injection system.

     

    2005-2006                   Technician and responsible electrical and mechanics devices           LeoLight Service s.r.l., SanGiuseppeVesuviano (NA).

     

    2002-2006                   Technician and responsible electrical and mechanics device

                                        A.S.C. Sound&light Service s.r.l.,Castellamare (NA)

     

    July–Sept '00-'01     Chemical  laboratory

                                        C.P.C.s.r.l., Castel San Giorgio (SA)

     

     

    TECHNICAL SKILLS

     

    Software skills:                      Windows 98/2000/XP and pack OFFICE, Linux, Ubuntu, OPEN Office.

    Dev C++, MATLAB, Origin, AutoCAD, ThermXL, QCAD, Tech, graphic software.

                                                    Basic: Catia, Fluent, Gambit.

    Manual skills:                        Soldering, Build and Calibration of back-current shunts, Design and Building pipes systems, Mechanical skills.

    Language skills:                     English – Fluent (Toefl Test)

                                                    Spanish - Spoken

                                                    Italian - mother tongue

    PUBLICATIONS

    Conference Papers and Presentations

    11ICE–           On-Board Plasma Assisted Fuel Reforming – A.Nikipelov, G.Correale, I.Popov, S.Pancheshnyi(NEQLab Research BV), M.Boot(TUEindhoven), A.Starikovskii(Princeton University)

    AIAA -           Flow Separation Control on Airfoil With Pulsed Nanosecond Discharge Actuator -G.Correale, I.Popov(TUDelft- NEQLab Research BV), A.Rakitin(NEQLab Research BV), A.Starikovskii(Princeton University), S.Hulshoff, L.Veldhuis(TUDelft)

    11ICE–           Non-Equilibrium Plasma Ignition for Internal Combustion Engines – G.Correale, A.Nikipelov, I.Popov, S.Pancheshnyi(NEQLab Research BV), M.Boot(TUEindhoven), A.Starikovskii(Princeton University)

    AIAA -           Ultra-lean and Ultra-rich Flames Stabilization by High-Voltage Nanosecond Pulsed Discharge - A.Nikipelov, I.Popov, G.Correale, A.Rakitin(NEQLab Research BV), A.Starikovskii(Princeton University)

    AIAA-            Compact Catalyst-Free Liquid Fuel to Syngas Reformer with Plasma-Assisted Flame Stabilization. - A.Nikipelov, I.Popov, G.Correale, A.Rakitin(NEQLab Research BV), A.Starikovskii(Princeton University)

    Poster

    GEC-              Flow Separation Control on Airfoil With Pulsed Nanosecond Discharge Actuator -G.Correale, I.Popov(TUDelft- NEQLab Research BV), A.Rakitin(NEQLab Research BV), A.Starikovskii(Princeton University), S.Hulshoff, L.Veldhuis(TUDelft)

    AIAA-            Ultra-lean and Ultra-rich Flames Stabilization by High-Voltage Nanosecond Pulsed Discharge - A.Nikipelov, I.Popov, G.Correale, A.Rakitin(NEQLab Research BV), A.Starikovskii(Princeton University)

    AIAA -           Compact Catalyst-Free Liquid Fuel to Syngas Reformer with Plasma-Assisted Flame Stabilization. - A.Nikipelov, I.Popov, G.Correale, A.Rakitin(NEQLab Research BV), A.Starikovskii(Princeton University)

     

    EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES & HOBBIES

     

    Enjoy spending time with friends, playing sport and studying foreign languages. Interest for electronics and applications and, more generically, any applied sciences. I’m chess player at competitive level. I like building mock-ups and reading comic strips. I am MENSA member.

     

    REFERENCES

    NEQlab BVResearch  Dhr. Aleksandr Rakitin aleksandr.rakitin(at)gmail.com

    Delft University of Technology Dhr. Leo Veldhuis  L.L.M.Veldhuis(at)tudelft.nl

    ESA Estec Dhr. Ir.Michiel Kruijff  michiel.kruijff(at)gmail.com

    Delta-Utec S.R.C.Ir. Erik J van der Heide erik(at)delta-utec.com

    University of Naples “Federico II”, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering.Prof.  Ing. Russo Giuseppe Pompeo gprusso(at)unina.it

    ASC service s.r.l.Cesarano Vincenzo asc-enzo(at)hotmail.it


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