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     Date Submitted:08-10-2011
     Last Modified:09-10-2011 (09:33)
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     Current job:Space Experiment Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsHuman Spaceflight, Telemedicine, Project Management, Space Medicine and Physiology, Innovation, Research, Education.
    CV

    PROJECT ENGINEER

    CAREER ORIENTATION

    Profile:

    5 years working for Innovation, Technology and Research from observational, strategic and operational prospective, within Multicultural National and European Institutions.

    Fields of interest:

    Multidisciplinary Environments; Aerospace; Healthcare; Education; Development.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Mar 2010 – Present :        

    CADMOS – Centre National des Etudes Spatiales (CNES) (Toulouse, France)

    Employed by MEDES-IMPS to develop and support Medical and Physiological Space Experiments onboard the International Space Station:

    - Development and preparation of space experiments.

    - Real Time operations support.

    - Scientific data post processing and delivery.

    Skills: Project management; Communication (international space operations support communication protocol, documentation, joint operation support meetings); Real-Time problem-solving.

    Oct 2009 – Dec 2009 :

    Federation of European Microbiological Societies (Delft, The Netherlands. 

    Editorial Administrator for two FEMS Journals (FEMS Letters and FEMS Immunology)

    Jun 2007 - May 2008 :

    Advanced Concepts Team (ACT) - Think Tank for policy decision-makers -  European Space Agency (ESTEC, Noordwijk, Netherlands).

    - Coordinator of the Ariadna academic scheme, initiative by the European Space Agency (ESA) to establish a link between ESA’s researchers and the European academic community in advanced space technology research.

    - Team-player for strategic and innovative multidisciplinary brainstorming sessions, research and policy updates and scientific reviews as a member of the ACT Think Tank.

    - Project management support in the field of Telemedicine at theHuman Spaceflight, Microgravity and Exploration Programmes' Directorate (AIDS Monitoring systems for subSaharian countries, Tele-ultrasound systems)

    Skills:Project management (Planning, Follow-up, Monitoring of programme’s activities), Communication (Progress reports; Web 2.0; Outreach; Academic networking); Project Engineering.

    Apr 2006 - May 2007:     

    Scientific Office of the French Embassy in Italy (Roma) – French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    - Coordinator of an Academic Franco-Italian mobility program in cooperation with the French Embassy's Cultural Office activities.

    - Responsible for Italian Research, Technology and Scientific Policy awareness (Publications of periodic scientific news (Ambascienza) and thematic reports, e.g. AIDS in Italy, 1/11/2006: http://www.bulletins-electroniques.com/rapports/smm07_003.htm)

    Skills:Project management; Communication (scientific reports and publications on behalf of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, webmastering) and Engineering support (bio-engineering and multidisciplinary engineering).


    Jun – Dec 2005 :               

    Laboratory of Medical Technologies (Politecnico di Milano) – European Institute of Oncology (Milano, Italy).

    Development of an anatomical finite elements model for the analysis of the organ motion and deformation during the radiotherapy of prostate’s carcinoma (Prof. BARONI).

     

    EDUCATION

    Jul-Aug 2008:

    Summer Session 2008 at the International Space University(Barcelona, Spain - July and August 2008), multi-disciplinary curriculum of nine weeks of space studies and projects.

    Initiatives: Responsible for editing the Futurist ISU students' project Final Report (on the theme of Spaceports), presented to NASA during Fall 2008.

    Oct 2003 – Dec 2005 :

    Master of Sciences in Biomedical Engineering - Politecnico di Milano (Italy).

    Top Industrial Manager for Europe program (TIME) at Politecnico di Milano.

    Majors: Biomedical electronics, assisted surgery, bio-imaging, biomechanics, biochemistry, bioelectromagnetism, molecular biology, cellular biology, biomedical computing sciences, neurosystems, ventilatory systems.

    Sep 2001 – Sept 2003 :  

    Master of Sciences in Multidisciplinary Engineering - Ecole Centrale de Lyon, top tier university (France).

    Majors: Mathematics-Computer Processing ; Mechanics-Energetics ; Electrical Engineering ;   Matter-Materials ; Economics-Social Sciences-Management.

     

    VOLUNTEERING/PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

    Oct 2008- Jun 2009:  

    8-months travel in South America.

    Countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Cuba.

    NGO volunteering experiences:

    - Manos de Compasion (Healthcare Centre, Guayaquil, Ecuador, 1 month): public relations and fund raising.

    - WWOOF (Patagonia, Argentina): working in restoring a farm.

    2001 - 2005:                 

    Mathematics, physics and Chemistry Teacher for Secondary School students

    - Personal teacher successively in Lyon (France) and Milan (Italy) from 2001 to 2005.

    - Responsible for a reinforcement A-level class with Complétudes.

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS AND INTERESTS

    Personal qualities:  

    Reliable, fast learner, autonomous, team worker.

    Qualifications:            

    Participation to 2 Parabolic Flight Campaigns ("Astromote" experiment in May 2011 and "Straight-Ahead in Microgravity" experiment in October 2011) .

    10-days Training on Spacecraft Techniques and Technology (Toulouse, France, Sept-Oct 2011).

    Certification of Ability for Space Experiments Operational Support via European Simulations and Joint Multilateral Simulations Process at CADMOS (Toulouse, France, between October and December 2010).

    5-days Certifying Training on User Support and Operation Centers at European Astronaut Center (Koln, Germany, September 2010).

    5-days Certifying Training on ISS’s Columbus module at European Astronaut Center (Koln, Germany, August 2010).

    Training on Space systems at ESA (Noordwijk, Netherlands, March 2008).

    Laboratory of BioInformatics – Politecnico di Milano (Italy).

    Languages

    French: Mother tongue. 

    English: Fluent. Learnt at school until Engineering Degree and work-language.

    Italian: Fluent. Engineering degree obtained in Italian, and 4 years living in Italy. 

    Spanish: Fluent. Learnt at school and practiced daily during a recent 7-months trip in South America.

    Computing

    Computing literacy:  Word, Excel, Powerpoint, XML, ASP, Javascript, SQL, Semantic Web, web 2.0.

    Software: Matlab, Abaqus, Amira, Catia.

    Other: SVN, relational databases (Access, MySQL).

    Hobbies

    Travels

    Sports (Swimming, Badminton).

    Cinema

    Art practice (Guitar and piano, Photography, Painting/Drawing, Theatre).


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