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     Date Submitted:13-10-2011
     Last Modified:13-10-2011 (07:17)
    Job information
     Current job:AIV Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsProduct Engineer Stress Engineer Aerospace Engineer
    CV

     
    Personal information           
              
    Nationality    Italian       
              
    Date of birth    08.03.1972       
              
    Gender    Male       
              
    Desired employment / Occupational field    Product engineer       
              
    Work experience           
              
    Dates    13th March 2008 to date       
    Occupation or position held    Professional consultant       
    Main activities and responsibilities    Stress engineer by various customers:
    ·    Rheinmetall Italia (PRISMA satellite structural design and analysis)
    ·    Thales Alenia Space –Italy (onboard equipments stress analyses for ALPHASAT, AMOS 4, AMOS 5, GAIA, KOMPSAT 5, SENTINEL 3 programs)
    ·    Thales Alenia Space –Italy (Pressurized Cargo Module hatch mechanisms qualification tests)
    ·    Thales Alenia Space – Italy (Thermo-mechanical and propulsive AIV engineer for Globalstar 2 program)       
    Name and address of employer    ALTRAN Italia
    Via Goito 52 – 00185 Rome, Italy
    Tel.: +39 06 91659500
    www.altran.it       
    Type of business or sector    Consultancy firm       
              
    Dates    19th September 2005 – 08th March 2008       
    Occupation or position held    Composite stress engineer       
    Main activities and responsibilities    Development of methods and tools for composite materials in Airbus UK, by EDSASM (formerly ESACU).
    A380 certification: checkstress methods for local stability
    A350 development: damage tolerance methods and new materials certification
    A400M development: damage tolerance method improvement
    A320: SAAB aileron certification assessment
    A320: extended life service assessment for composite materials
    Methods and tools development: methods assessment, test definition, results analysis, method improvement, qualification activities for new materials.
    Use of classical analysis methods, use of FEM tools (Patran, Nastran, Abaqus)
    Test activity of Airbus software tool ISAMI (tool for pre-design or airframe by analytical methods and SAMCEF)
    Non-linear FE model of a composite-titanium bolted joint and comparison with tests results       
              
    Name and address of employer    Airbus UK
    New Filton House
    Filton, Bristol BS99 7AR
    UK
    Tel.: +44 1179 69 3831
    www.airbus.com       
    Type of business or sector    Aeronautic industry       
              
    Dates    10th January 2005 – 3rd September 2005       
    Occupation or position held    Stress engineer – design responsible       
    Main activities and responsibilities    Development and qualification of electronic warfare systems for aerial, marine and terrestrial applications       
    Name and address of employer    Elettronica S.p.A.
    Via Tiburtina Valeria Km 13,700 – 00131 Rome- Italy
    Tel: +39 06 41541
    www.elettronica-elt-roma.com/       
    Type of business or sector    Defence electronics       
              
    Dates    19 September 2000 – 31 December 2004       
    Occupation or position held    Stress engineer – design responsible       
    Main activities and responsibilities    Stress responsible for solid rocket motors design in VEGA and IRIS-T programs
    VEGA program: development phase. Assessment of system and mission design requirements. Non linear stress analyses of SRM composite materials cases. Design responsible for VEGA rear heatshields (concept, preliminary design, issue of specifications and contractual documents, participation to meetings with ESA customer).
    IRIS-T program: qualification phase activities. Assessment of system and mission design requirements. Test campaign management, issue of contractual reports, participation to meetings with BGT customer, subsystem suppliers management.       
    Name and address of employer    Avio S.p.A.
    Corso Garibaldi, 22, 00034 Colleferro (Roma) - Italia
    Tel. +39 06 97285111
    www.aviogroup.com       
    Type of business or sector    Space industry       
              
    Education and training           
              
    Dates    1990-1999       
    Title of qualification awarded    Aerospace engineering master degree, mark 107/110       
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered    Aerospace engineering, specialized in stress design and analysis       
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training    University of Rome “La Sapienza”       
    Level in national or international classification    ISCED 5A       
              
    Dates    1985-1990       
    Title of qualification awarded    Scientific high school diploma, mark 58/60       
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered    Maths, chemistry, physics       
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training    Lyceum “Antonio Labriola”, Rome       
    Level in national or international classification    ISCED 3A       
              
    Personal skills and competences           
              
    Mother tongue(s)    Italian       
              
    Other language(s)           
    Self-assessment        Understanding    Speaking    Writing       
    European level (*)        Listening    Reading    Spoken interaction    Spoken production           
    English        C1    Advanced    C1    Advanced    B2    Intermediate    B2    Intermediate    C1    Advanced       
        (*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages       
              
    Social skills and competences    ·    Team working, acquired in multidisciplinary work contexts
    ·    Adaptation to multicultural work context, acquired in Airbus UK during two years and a half       
              
    Organisational skills and competences    ·    Positive involvement of other team members
    ·    Capability of working under stress       
              
    Technical skills and competences    ECSS standards assessment.
    Systems requirements assessment and issue of subsystems and components specifications.
    Concurrent engineering of configurations, materials, thermo mechanical tradeoffs, off-the-shelf components, etc.
    Development and qualification activities management (planning, milestones keeping, meetings participation).
    Standard methods for design of aerospace structures and components.
    FEM analyses: linear, non-linear, thermal stress, dynamic
    CAE tools: I-Deas, Patran, Nastran, Marc, Abaqus, LS-Dyna3D
    Development of methods and tools for composite materials analyses
    Development and qualification test activities (mechanical and thermal environments loads).       
              
    Computer skills and competences    DOS, Windows and Unix environments use
    Excellent command of office automation software (MS office)
    Excellent understanding of Internet and email use       
              
    Other skills and competences    Sports (football, swimming)
    Photography
    Reading       
              
    Driving licence    Cars driving license (B type)       
              
    Additional information    Publications of articles about:
    ·    Birdstrike risk, on Italian Air Force review “Flight Safety”
    ·    Non linear stress analysis, on Altran Italia “Technology Review”
    Training:
    ·    Avio S.p.A. base courses (management, communication)
    ·    Altran S.p.A. courses (communication, time management, art of presentation, risk management, base PMBoK)       
              
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