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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:25-11-2011
     Last Modified:14-01-2015 (04:11)
    Job information
     Current job:Program Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Business Services
     Keywordsproject manager, program manager, risk manager
    CV

    Summary
    Program Manager at Thales Alenia Space Italia.


    Management and engineering responsibilities in the frame of ESA and ASI programs. Technical and programmatic responsible in several projects for satellite subsystems with many other international space Agencies/Companies: ISRO (India), CONAE (Argentina), MDA (Canada), RSC ENERGIA (Russia), IAI (Israel).
    More then 3 year program management, risk management and planning.
    Almost 10 years experience in design, testing, product development and system engineering in satellite subsystems. Particular focus on GNSS navigation products design and development for space applications (Precise Orbit Determination and Atmospheric Sounding) and scientific instruments.

    Specialties
    Program Management
    Aerospace Product Development (in particular GNSS receivers)
    System Engineering

    Experience
    Program Manager at Thales Alenia Space Italia
    January 2010 – Present


    Program manager for core payload in the frame of ESA project LISA Pathfinder, for Atmospheric Sounding Instrument onboard Megha-Tropiques satellite (ISRO) and On-Board Computer for AMOS-6 satellite (IAI).
    Responsible of schedule and cost managing, project resources planning, results accountability, risk assessment and mitigation coordination, direct relationships with customers

    Project Manager at Thales Alenia Space Italia
    May 2006 – December 2009 (3 years 7 months)
    Project manager of Satellite to Satellite Tracking Instruments (SSTI) for enhanced POD in the frame of ESA project GOCE.
    Technical and programmatic responsible of instruments (ROSA) for Radio Occultation and Atmospheric Sounding applications in the frame of ASI/CONAE program SAC-D and ISRO satellite OCEANSAT-2.
    Project Manager of GPS system for real-time navigation on SAOCOM (CONAE).
    Main activities carried on:
    -development of GNSS instruments design
    -mission requirements analysis
    -technical and programmatic management subcontractor and customer
    -responsible for project schedule and results

    Project Manager at Alcatel Alenia Space Italia
    July 2004 - May 2006 (1 year 11 months)
    Project Leader in COSMO SKY-MED program for the GNSS receiver for satellite real-time navigation and POD.
    Among the activities carried on:
    -design development from EQM to FM model
    -definition of overall qualification/acceptance activities
    -finalization of design, development and verification activities especially in the field of Navigation Performance and Raw Measurement Accuracy

    Project Manager of the ENEIDE experiment onboard the 10S Soyuz mission (Apr.’05).
    Responsible of the experiment both in technical and programmatic aspects, directly involved in instrument performance achievement and accommodation onboard the spacecraft.
    Responsible for all interfaces with ESA and RSC ENERGIA.

    System Engineer at Laben S.p.A
    March 2001 - June 2004 (3 years 4 months)
    Joined Laben as a System Engineer for internal developed Dual Frequency GNSS receiver for space-borne application LAGRANGE.
    AIV responsible of LAGRANGE GNSS receiver qualification unit (EQM) in the frame of RADARSAT-2 program.
    Developed skills in Signal Processing algorithms performing analytical and experimental investigation to fix and tune instrument performances.
    Involved in RIMS-B GNSS Receiver (EGNOS program) software development and validation.
    Became Project Leader in RADARSAT-2 project for GNSS space receiver in 2003.
    Among the activities carried on:
    -managing Flight units acceptance test campaign and delivery
    -involved in ICS integration support activities

    Post degree stage at Politecnico di Milano
    January - December 2000 (11 months)
    Responsible of Onboard Electronic Development for Palamede Project. HW/SW integration and test activities for space qualification of a digital acquisition board.

    Education
    IRI Managment
    Finmeccanica Master in General Management, 2005 – 2006

    Politecnico di Milano
    Master in Aerospace Engineering, 1993 – 1999
    Graduation Thesis: “Palamede microsatellite onboard computer project and qualification test”

    Languages
    Italian:    Mother tongue
    English:    Writing, Reading and Speaking: fluent
    TOEFL total score of 550 in November 1995
    Daily working use writing and speaking

    Information Technology
    Operating Systems:    Linux, Windows (XP, VISTA, Windows-7)
    Main Applications:    Matlab, Lab View, MS Office, Doors, MS Project
    Programming Languages:    C

    Main Publications
    European Navigation Conference 2006:
    "ENEIDE: an Experiment of a Space-borne, L1/L2 Integrated GPS/WAAS/EGNOS Receiver"
    European Navigation Conference 2008:
    "ROSA Radio Occultation Sensor: Testing, Performance and Accommodation Aspects On Board OCEANSAT-2"
    "Recent Flight Experiences of TAS-I On-board Navigation Equipments"

    Interests
    Program Management, Risk Management, Aerospace technologies


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