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     Date Submitted:04-11-2011
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     Current job:Structural/Design Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Space Tourism
     KeywordsAerospace Engineering,System Design, Robotic Systems for space application, Mechanical Structural Enginnering Experience, AIV expertise, thermal test.
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    EDUCATION

    • Politecnico di Milano, Aerospace Engineering science master degree
    • Politecnico di Milano, PhD in Aerospace Engineering.Thesis title: “Visual servoing control system for lightweight robotic manipulator”

    CAREER SUMMARY

    • Since December 2009, PostDoc at Joint Research Centre of Ispra (European Commission)
    • Previously, I conducted research activity as fellowship researcher at A.S.I. (Italian Space Agency)
    • Since may 2002 to March 2007 fellowship researcher at the Aerospace Engineering Department of Politecnico di Milano, participant to some projects on space field and conducting didactic activity for the courses of“Space system design”, “Aerospace Technology” and “Space SystemIntegration and Verification”
    • Member of A.S.I. (Italian space agency) “Task force exploration”, as a result of national selection.
    • Research activity period (6 months) at the Naval Postgraduate School of Monterey (California). The topic of this period was the study and realization of an active control vibration system for space flexible manipulators by PZT actuators and sensors.
    • Partner of MaDIng Future, consulting company founded with the aim to provide different kind of services on space field and others high-technology sectors for R&D, Engineering and patent getting procedure.

     

    Joint Research Centre of European Commission (November 2008-today)

     

    Main research activity conducted at Joint Research Centre of ISPRA is inherent ADVISE (Advanced Dynamic Validations using Integrated Simulation and Experimentation) project. ADVISE is a pre-normative project for experimental validation of computational simulations of dynamic events using full-field optical methods of shape and deformation measurement. (ADVISE Grant Agreement Nr. 218595,Theme 7: Transport Call identifier: FP7-SST-2007-RTD-1) The project will propel the EU into the leading position in the field and allow EU industry to gain a significant technological advantage. Design, Modelling, Finite Element model design and updating, Experimental Modal Analysis, Full field measurements and validation by optical methods validation are main activities conducted. JRC is task manager to develop a reference material that allows traceability and calibration of full-field optical methods of deformation measurement in cyclic, transient and non-linear dynamic events. Optical methods for deformation and strain measurement are a generic technology, which support life cycle performance, safety, and reliability assessments, and design optimisation of products, components, and devices varying in scale from micro-machines to ships. Recently, there have been considerable advances in full-field optical techniques and these have led to new instrumentation. Consequently, optical techniques form a powerful set of tools for use in evaluating the performance, reliability, and safety of primary structures and for validating computational design of such structures.The partners are Airbus (UK), Centro Richerche Fiat (Italy), Dantec Dynamics GmbH (Germany), EC Joint Research Centre, EMPA Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research, High Performance Space Structure Systems GmbH (Germany), Michigan State University (USA), University of Liverpool (UK) and the University of Patras (Greece).

    Main tasks accomplished have been:

    • Design and 3D modelling of complex structure
    • Numerical simulation by finite element model (COMSOL) and updating process of the model by experimental validation,
    • Manufacturing of the first reference material prototype,
    • Arranging of modal analysis test set-up at mechanical laboratory of JRC,
    • Arranging and participation to full field measurement session on reference material by speckle interferometry and digital image correlation.

    Main outcomes for me are:

    • Improving of technical expertise in field of structural mechanics
    • Improving of expertise on updating of finite element model by experimental validation.
    • Acquisition of knowledge in the field of calibration and standard reference design.
    • Acquisition of knowledge in the field of calibration of optical systems for displacement or strain measurement under non-static conditions, i.e. cyclic, dynamic or transient conditions.

     

    Research activity at Italian Space Agency ( March-November 2008)

     

    Fellowship researcher as a result of national selection - Research activity has been conducted about new scenarios of International Space Station utilization for Moon and Mars Exploration

    Management and technical review on behalf of ASI of FLECS program(inflatable structure for International Space Station).The main aim of the project has been to design and built an innovative inflatable module for International Space Station. Technical requirements and constraints analysis of module structure, module configuration and structure design review, intermediate report review, release mechanism analysis have been main activities conducted.

    1. Other activity conducted:
      Space Station policy and training activities at the ASI concurrent engineering facility (CEF)
    2. TEBAFIDE project: Design, Implementation and Experimental Validation of innovative system for fire detection and Earth surface observation using infrared camera mounted on tethered ballons.   

     

                                                       

    Activity at Politecnico di Milano (2002 – February 2008)

     

    Research activity

    Research activities conducted at Aerospace Department of Politecnico di Milano have been inherent different field:

    • The topics of my PhD research activity is inherent flexible manipulators for space activities. In this period I have worked also on the realization of two couples respectively of aluminium and composite robotic manipulators. The study of the problem has been divided in two main research areas: the target tracking phase obtained by visual information received from a camera mounted on the chaser manipulator tip and the analysis of the tracking problems generated by the vibrations induced by the manipulators flexibility. The idea is to join the visual servoing approach with a vibrations active damping systems  to increase and optimize the precision of tracking manoeuvre of a target by a flexible double link manipulators.
    • I participated at some project inherent new scenarios about Moon and Mars exploration strategy. The topic of this research activity was the feasibility study of ISRU plants (in situ resource utilization) for Moon and Mars. The main concept was to use of Lunar or Martian resources to manufacture, typically, life support consumables (e.g. water, oxygen, breathing buffer gases), and propellant for a return journey to Earth.
    • Member of A.S.I. (Italian space agency) “Task force exploration”, as a result of national selection. Main scope of research activity conducted has been to investigate new scenarios for space interplanetary exploration and design a mission for moon exploration.
    • Thermal vacuum chamber manager at the Aerospace Department of Politecnico di Milano and project responsible of thermal vacuum chamber design and successively test conductor of thermal vacuum test and vibration test for ESA, Carlo Gavazzi Space, Aerospace Department of Politecnico di Milano. A good and documented experience with performance and life testing of mechanisms, materials and electronic devices under extreme conditions was be developed and increased during the last years.
    • Test conductor of thermal vacuum chamber test of Herschel scientific payload electronic box.
    • Test conductor of thermal vacuum chamber test of AMS 2 upper UTOF.

     

    • Research activity period at the Naval Postgraduate School of Monterey (California). The topic of this period was the study and realization of an active control vibration system for space flexible manipulators by PZT actuators and sensors.

     

    Didactic activity

    • Academic year 2002/2003 and 2003/2004 Assistant professor of “Space system design” and “Aerospace Technology” at Politecnico di Milano.
    • Project manager of a student team that participated to the ESA parabolic flights campaign
    • Academic year 2004/2005. Assistant professor of “Space SystemIntegration and Verification”. Responsible of lessons inherent AIV procedures and strategies for space system and microsatellite integration.Requested expertise on thermal vacuum chamber test, vibration tests, parabolic flights tests, microgravity simulation test.
    • Academic year 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 Classroom tutor of student group for a working team proposed from Aerospace Department of Politecnico di Milano.

     

    MadingFuture s.r.l. (Novembre 2008)

    I collaborated with MadingFuture, a consulting company with the aim to provide different kind of services on mechanical, aerospace and robotics field, like:

    • Thermal analysis and tests
    • Mechanical and structural analysis and tests
    • 3D modeling of spacecrafts and facilities suitable for lunar and  Mars  exploration
    • Research activities on advanced composite material
    • Embedding process of innovative actuator/sensor package on carbon fiber and Kevlar flexible structure
    • Design of real time measurement chains for data acquisition and control of robotic experimental
    • Design and building of experimental set-up for test laboratory

     

    Among the projects managed by the company: 

    • Design, arrangement and conducting of acceptance tests (flushing test, rain test, drop test, mechanical tests) of MGSE (mechanical ground support equipment) of Sentinel 3 satellite (ESA-ITT) for company AST (Berlin, DE).
    • Design, engineering and patent registration of Protective Helmet with a Speed Measuring System and Processor for Data Storage. We are inventor and developer of of a protective helmet that can be used for different sport fields (in particular sky and bike). The helmet allows the user, by an anemometer, to obtain informations about some parameters like: velocity of the user who wears the helmet and atmospheric pressure. The system is equipped with a small CPU (processor) in order to acquire informations and a mass memory to store data so the system could handle further sensors to acquire further measurements like, for example, temperature 
    • Study of feasibility and preliminary Engineering development of an Unmanned Underwater Vehicles. 
    • Thermal analysis inherent IXO satellite for BCV company (Milan, Italy)

     

    RELEVANT COMPETENCES ACQUIRED

    • Design, control and optimization of mechatronic systems.
    • Autonomous vision system for robotic application and image processing
    • 3D CAD modeling of design and realization process of 3D complex systems, including mechanical items, electronic boards, electrical harness and technical drawings of industrial process for production.
    • FEM models and structural analysis for complex systems, modeling conventional and composite material items.
    • Modal analysis and frequency response analysis for static and dynamic loads.
    • Involved on advanced research activities using piezoelectric sensor/actuator package and fiber optic sensor embedded on flexible space manipulator. Acquired experience on composite material polymerization process and embedding procedure on flexible space structure.
    • Project Management of Engineering projects on International context
    • Competence acquired on patent getting procedure
    • Design, arrangement and coordination of acceptance tests for mechanical and space systems and AIV procedure for space scientific payloads.
    • Knowledge of programming language (C, C++, Fortran, Matlab) and Engineering tools (Autocad, STK-Satellite Tool Kit, Catia, Inventor, Matlab, Solidworks, Femap, Nastran, COMSOL).
    • Real-time operating systems based on Linux (RTAI-RealTime Application Interface for Linux from DIAPM) and Windows (MathWorks XPC-Target).
      • PLC programming procedure for mechatronic applications.
      • Didactic and classroom session
      • Good English and French level

     

    EDITORIAL ACTIVITY: SCIENTIFIC PAPER LIST

    A VISION SYSTEM FOR AUTONOMOUS LANDING MANOEUVRES,M.Vasile, G.D.Staffiere, A.Davighi, A.E.Finzi, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Aerospaziale, Politecnico di Milano, Milano (XVI Congresso Nazionale AIDAA, 24-28 Settembre 2001,Palermo) 

    A ROBOTIC ARM FOR ON-GROUND VALIDATION OF AUTONOMOUS NAVIGATION ALGORITHMS, A.Davighi ,  F.Bernelli-Zazzera, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Aerospaziale, Politecnico di Milano, Milano (The 7 th International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation in Space-Nara, Japan, May 19-23 2003)

    A VERY  LIGHT FLEXIBLE ROBOTIC MANIPULATOR FOR SPACE ACTIVITIES,A. Davighi, A. Ferrari, F. Bernelli-Zazzera, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Aerospaziale, Politecnico di Milano, Milano (XVII  Congresso Nazionale AIDAA, 15-19  Settembre 2003,Roma)    

    NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN OF ALUMINIUM-COMPOSITE LIGHT MANIPULATORS FOR SPACE ACTIVITIES, A. Davighi, A. Ferrari, F. Bernelli-Zazzera, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Aerospaziale, Politecnico di Milano, Milano (54th International Astronautical Congress, September 29-October 3 2003, Bremen) 

    HAZARD AVOIDANCE DURING PLANETARY LANDING BY ON-LINE NEURAL NETWORK IMAGES ANALYSIS, A. Da Costa, S. Bernardi, A. Davighi, A. Ercoli Finzi, (28thAAS Guidance & Control Conference, February 2005, Breckenridge, CO) 

    A VISUAL SERVOING CONTROL SYSTEM FOR LIGHTWEIGHT  ROBOTIC MANIPULATOR, A. Davighi, F. Bernelli-Zazzera, 2005 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics, 24–28 July 2005 Monterey, California, USA 

    ASI Task Force Junior, Study Report Moon Exploration: a Study Case, B. Ancarola, R. Armellin, M. Attolico, A. Calamida, A. Davighi, G. Filacchione, U. Tancredi. 20 October 2004. 

    LUME (LUnar Mission for Exploration): A New ASI Proposal for Lunar Exploration and In Situ Resource Utilization, B. Ancarola, R. Armellin, M. Attolico, A. Calamida, A. Davighi, G. Filacchione, U. Tancredi, 1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery, 30 Jan - 1 Feb 2005, Disney's Contemporary Resort, Orlando, Florida

    INSITU PROPELLANT PRODUCTION ON MARS, Gabriele Messina, Massimiliano Vasile, Andrea Davighi, Elvina Finzi, 56th International Astronautical Congress, October 17-21 2005, Fukuoka

    ORPHEUS PROJECT: A STUDY PROPOSAL FOR A MARS ISRU PLANT, Gabriele Bellei, Andrea Davighi, Elvina Finzi, Massimiliano Vasile, 56th International Astronautical Congress, October 17-21 2005, Fukuoka 

    A NEW NUCLEAR POWERED CYCLER TO MARS, Elvina Finzi*, P.G. Hänninen, A. Zonca, A.Mafficini, A. Davighi, Amalia Finzi, Proceedings of the Space Nuclear Conference 2005, San Diego, California, June 5-9, 2005, Paper 1103

    VIBRATION SUPPRESSION OF FLEXIBLE-LINK MANIPULATOR BY PZT ACTUATORS AND SENSORS, A. Davighi, M. Romano, F. Bernelli-Zazzera, A. Davighi, M. Romano, F. Bernelli-Zazzera, Earth and Space 2006 Conference, July 23-28 2006; 

    A NUCLEAR POWERED ISRU MISSION TO MARS, Elvina Finzi , Andrea Davighi , Amalia Finzi, STAIF 2006, Albuquerque, New Mexico, February 12-16 2006

    VISUAL SERVOING CONTROL SYSTEM FOR LIGHTWEIGHT ROBOTIC MANIPULATOR, A. Davighi, F. Bernelli-Zazzera, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Aerospaziale, Politecnico di Milano, Milano (XIX  Congresso Nazionale AIDAA, 17-21  Settembre 2007,Forlì)   

    ASI CEF+DBTE: Future applications of concurrent engineering methodology integrated with knowledge based economic analyses, Giampiero Belvedere – University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Valter Basso – Thales Alenia Space Italia, Andrea Davighi, Carlo Del Vecchio Blanco and Portelli Claudio – Italian Space Agency, SECESA 2008, 3rd International Workshop on System & Concurrent Engineering for Space Applications, 15-16-17 October 2008,Università degli Studi di Roma ‘La Sapienza’, Roma, Italy

    Non-invasive measurement techniques evaluation on reference material for calibration of dynamic displacement and strain  Andrea Davighi1, Eann Patterson2, Maurice Whelan,1Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, European Commission DG Joint Research Centre, 21021 Ispra (VA), Italy, 2Composite Vehicle Research Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA, XVII AIVELA National Meeting (Faculty of Engineering  Ancona, 26 - 27 November 2009)

     A reference material for calibration of dynamic displacement and strain measurements, Andrea Davighi, Eann Patterson, Maurice Whelan,Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, European Commission DG Joint Research Centre, 21021 Ispra (VA), Italy, 2Composite Vehicle Research Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA, (ICEM14 - 14th International Conference on Experimental MechanicsPoitiers, France, 4 - 9 July 2010)

    The development of a reference material for calibration of full-field optical measurement systems for dynamic deformation measurements, Andrea Davighi, Richard Burguete, Mara Feligiotti, Erwin Hack, Simon James, Eann Patterson, Thorsten Siebert, Maurice Whelan. International Conference on Advances in Experimental Mechanics: Integratine Simulation and Experimentation for Validation (ISEV) ,7-9 September, Edinburgh (UK)

    Evaluation of cell morphology and deformation in vitro using digital image correlation techniques,A. Davighi, E.A. Patterson, M.P. Whelan,  4th European Cell Mechanics Meeting, Amsterdam, 17-19 October 2011

    Under review:

     “Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets”:Visual Servoing Control System for Lightweight Robotic Manipulator

     

    “Smart Materials and Structures”: Vibration Suppression System for Lightweight Robotic Manipulator

     

    LIST OF INTERNATIONAL REPORT:

    ASI Task force Junior, Study report, Moon exploration: a study case,B. Ancarola, R. Armellin, M. Attolico, A. Calamida, A. Davighi, G. Filacchione, U. Tancredi, October 2004

     

    ESA Academia Exploration Workshop on Lunar Exploration, Research and Study Proposal on Moon Exploration, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, November 2004

     

    Nuclear Multimodule ISRUMissionLunar Exploration Architecture,Final Report, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, May 2006.

     

    Visual Servoing Control System For Lightweight Robotic Manipulator, Ph.D Master Thesis, Aerospace Department of Politecnico di Milano, March 2007

     

    PATENT:

    (WO/2010/016084) PROTECTIVE HELMET WITH A SPEED MEASURING SYSTEM AND PROCESSOR FOR DATA STORAGE


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