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     Date Submitted:30-10-2011
     Last Modified:10-08-2013 (07:07)
    Job information
     Current job:Electronics Design Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     KeywordsElectronic design, analysis, test



    From April 2002 to now

    Name and address of employer: SITAEL AEROSPACE (ex CAEN AEROSPACE), Via Livornese, 1019, 56122 Pisa - S. Piero a Grado (PI) ITALY

    Type of business or sector: Aerospace Electronic Engineering

     Occupation or position held: Design Engineer

     Main activities and responsibilities:  Electronic design for space applications, in particular in the field of Power Supplies (DC/DC converters), sensors acquisition chains, A/D conversion and digital elaboration; Electronic circuits analysis: Thermal, Worst Case, Part Stress, Radiation analysis. Supervision for PCB layout design; Supervision for mechanical design; Harness design; Test campaign planning; Test activities.

    Project collaboration:

    Design collaboration, SENTINEL 3 SRAL RFU DC/DC Converter – THALES/ESA Project

    Design of DC/DC Converter – Sentinel 1 (ESA project led by Thales Alenia Space Italia)

    Design collaboration for GAIA PDHU Power Supply Board (ESA project led by Astrium)

    Design collaboration for Swarm CEFI HVPS&LVPS – COMDEV/ESA Project

    Design collaboration, AMS-02 Low Voltage Power Supply System – NASA Project

    Design and test collaboration, AMS-02 Tracker Power Supply System – NASA Project

    Design and test, PAMELA Power Supply System – INFN Project

    Technical responsible, CSO-Cooler Drive Electronic - French space agency CNES project


    From September 2001 to April 2002

    Name and address of employer: MBDA missile system, 19136 La Spezia (SP) Via Valdilocchi, 15

     Type of business or sector: Defense

     Occupation or position held: System analyst (RD division)

     Main activities and responsibilities: Research and analysis of mathematical algorithms for the intelligent functionalities of missiles (by MATLAB simulations)


    From April 2001 to September 2001

    Name and address of employer: TELCO telefonia, le Bocchette resort, Viareggio

    Type of business or sector: Telephone

    Occupation or position held: Electronic designer

    Main activities and responsibilities: DSP programming using Assembler and C++



    From 1995 to 2001

    Name and type of organization providing education and training:  Pisa University, Engineering department

    Principal subjects/occupational and skills covered: Mathematics and physics; Analogic, digital and power electronic design; VHDL design;

    Software languages: C++, Assembler. Thesis title was "VLSI Design of a system for processing and filtering of digital video signals" (work done in collaboration with STMicroelectronics)

    Title of qualification awarded: Graduate degree in Electronic Engineering (110/110 with laud)

    Level in national classification: “Laurea quinquennale vecchio ordinamento in ingegneria elettronica” (Graduate degree in electronic engineering);

    “Engineer” qualification obtained at the University of Pisa in the first session of the year 2001


    From 1990 to 1994

    Name and type of organization providing education and training: “Liceo classico G. Carducci”, Viareggio

    Principal subjects/occupational  and skills covered:  Italian literature, history and geography, Latin and Greek languages and literature, Philosophy, History of Art .

    Title of qualification awarded: High school diploma (48/60)

    Level in national classification: “Maturità classica” (Classical studies)





    Reading skills: GOOD/BASIC

    Writing skills: GOOD/BASIC

     Verbal skills: GOOD/BASIC



    TEAM WORK: I work in different teams with other electronic engineers or physical, also collaborating with people of other companies for the same international project.

    INTERCULTURAL SKILLS:  I am experienced in communicating with engineers, project management and customer representatives in an international dimension such as ESA/NASA projects


    ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES: I am a senior electronic designer which also involves organizing teams to carry out various work projects. Ability to work simultaneously in different projects.


    TECHNICAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:  Experienced with Spice simulation (LTspice, Orcad); Experienced with PCB design tools (PCAD, Allegro); Experienced with the more frequently used instruments for electronic test: Scope, Multimeter, Gain phase / frequency response analyzer etc; Experienced with Mathematical tools as Matlab, Mathcad, Scilab; Competent with most Microsoft Office programs. Basic knowledge of VHDL design (for thesis) and DSP programming with C++ and Assembler.


    OTHER SKILLS AND COMPETENCES: Classical music competences (Piano degree, ten years)


    DRIVING LICENCE(S): I am a holder of Italian drivers license (Category B vehicle) and Italian Nautical license for yacht until 24 mt, without limit by the shore


    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: I love to travel and experience different cultures. I like reading, cinema and music, but especially walking outdoors in the nature with my family.

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