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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:05-11-2011
     Last Modified:26-04-2013 (07:48)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordssociable, working team, mission analysis, Information technology, AOCS, star tracker, solar sensor, Matlab, payload, satellite subsystems, electric and chemical propulsion, plasma, launcher
    CV

    WORK EXPERIENCE


    • Dates 2009/ 2010
    • Name and address of employer:       University of Pisa – Information Engineer     Department (IET) Via Caruso 16, 56122 Pisa (PI)

    • Type of business or sector:                 Information Technology
    • Occupation or position held:               Part-time collaboration
    • Main activities and responsibilities:  Database management , pc configuration and installation, netting

    • Dates 2008
    • Name and address of employer:       Publihome Srl, via del Castagno, 59100 Prato (PO) , Italy
    • Type of business or sector:                 Information Technology
    • Occupation or position held:               Project Manager, programmer
    • Main activities and responsibilities:  Team work management, database MySql- Front management, php programming language

    • Dates 2005- 2007
    • Name and address of employer:       Scanner Srl, Via Valentini 7, 59100 Prato (PO), Italy
    • Type of business or sector:                 Optical storage
    • Occupation or position held:               Programmer
    • Main activities and responsibilities:  Data entry, php programming language, database MySql- Front

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    • Date 2008- 2011
    • Name and type of organisation:                             University of Pisa – Aerospace Engineer , Space curriculum
    • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered:  Space flight mechanics, Space systems (Space missions design, semiconductors, fuell cells), chemical and electric propulsion, satellite controls and subsystems
                                                                                           

                                                                                             Thesis title: ‘ Low thrust missions toward Asteroids with Mars gravity assist’ at Alta Spa

    • Title of qualification awarded:                                  Aerospace Engineer Master degree

     

    • Date 2002- 2007
    • Name and type of organisation:                             University of Pisa – Aerospace Engineering
    • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered:  Physics, Mathematics, Aeronautic systems, Electronics, Mechanics

                                                                                             Thesis title: ‘ Orbital perturbations due to a primary body with cylindrical symmetry analysis’

    • Title of qualification awarded:                                  Aerospace Engineer bachelor’s degree

     

    • Date 1997- 2002
    • Name and type of organisation:                             Industrial technical institute T. Buzzi, Electronics and telecommunications curriculum
    • Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Electronics, Telecommunications, Systems and controls, Technology , technical drawing and design
    • Title of qualification awarded:                                Electronics and Telecommunications Engineer

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

    MOTHER TONGUE ITALIAN

    OTHER LANGUAGES

    ENGLISH (TRINITY COLLEGE CERTIFICATE, LEVEL 9)
    • Understanding C1 proficient user (Both listening and reading)
    • Speaking C1 proficient user (Both spoken interaction and spoken production)
    • Writing C1 proficient user

    SOCIAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES
    I am a very sociable person used to work in team with people from different nationality. During the last few years I have been part of many working teams in the mechanical design field and in the space mission design analysis field, where I have worked with people form Malaysia, Spain and Croatia.


    ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

    During the last few years I have gained a good skill in working team (at Scanner Srl and Publihome Srl) and design co-ordination (especially at university). I am a reliable person ad my friends confide in me for every kind of organisation.

    COMPUTER SKILLS AND COMPETENCES
    Matlab R2006B - good
    Matlab 7.1 - good
    ProEngeneer - good
    EasyPHP 1.7 - base
    MySql- Front - good
    Windows - good

    Competence in scanner and optical storage systems, network, hardware, software. Some experience with HTML.

    ARTISTIC SKILLS AND COMPETENCE
    I play the piano since about 10 years. I know the music world and I love Jazz, Jarrett, and Allevi and country music. I have been in many corps the ballet (modern dance, rhythmic gymnastics, hip- hop) and musical, where I used to sing too. I like writing and I am able in Italian and in English too. I like artistic design. Love to travel.


    DRIVING LICENSE: B

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    I would like to work in the space field especially in the space missions design and analysis. I am particularly interested into low thrust propulsion, flight trajectories, station keeping, satellite control systems, semiconductors, fuel cells.


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