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     Date Submitted:31-12-2011
     Last Modified:16-05-2016 (11:33)
    Job information
     Current job:ADCS Research Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAttitude and Orbit Determination and Control, AOCS, ADCS, GNC, System Engineering, Mission Analysis, Flight Dynamics, Orbital Mechanics, Optical Payload Design, System Dynamics, C programming, Pascal programming, Matlab programming, Simulink programming,


    1 Sep 2014–Present
    Research Engineer
    INSSET - Universitè de Picardie "Jules Verne", Saint Quentin (France)
    In the frame of the development and realization of the cubesat IP2SAT, part of the QB50 project:
    ▪ ADCS Validation and Operation Preparation;
    ▪ Assembly Integration and Testing activities;
    ▪ On-board SW development;
    ▪ Ground Station SW development;
    ▪ Design of the AOCS of a Cubesat;
    ▪ Supervision of student projects (Sun sensor, high-altitude balloon, etc. ).

    10 Feb 2014–31 Aug 2014
    Assistant Radar System Engineer
    INTECS SpA, Milano (Italy)
    Assistant System Engineer in charge of:
    ▪ Development of a tool for statistical and performance analysis of a Precision Approach Radar;
    ▪ Functionality of automatic report creation for the analysis tool;
    ▪ Development of an algorithm for merging multiple radar sources.

    Sep 2008–Apr 2012
    European Student Moon Orbiter (ESMO) AOCS Engineer
    AOCS Team - Politecnico di Milano / ESA
    ▪ AOCS Subsystem Design phase A/B (PDR successfully passed);
    ▪ Requirements flow-down from mission to sub-system and unit level(use of DOORS);
    ▪ MATLAB coding and SIMULINK modelling of single units, subsystem and whole satellite for
    system analysis, equipment sizing and simulations of control manoeuvres and whole mission;
    ▪ Authoring of technical documentation with ECSS standards (DDF, DJF, ICDs, etc.).

    8 Aug 2011–21 Aug 2011
    ESMO AOCS Internship
    Surrey Satellite Technology Limited, Guildford (United Kingdom)
    ▪ Design, Analysis and Verification of Thrusters system for Attitude and Orbit Control for the ESMO
    ▪ Development of a Matlab tool for configuration and analysis of ESMO thrusters.

    Feb 2009–Jun 2009
    Mission Analysis and Flight Dynamics engineer
    Politecnico di Milano - Space System Design course
    Phase A study of ARIA (Atmosferic Remote Infrared Analyzer), concept mission for two Earth
    Observation satellites simultaneously analysing the atmosphere.
    ▪ Orbit design;
    ▪ Mission planning;
    ▪ Formation Flying: analysis and simulation;
    ▪ Station keeping manoeuvers;
    ▪ Advanced use of STK, Matlab and Simulink.


    1 Sep 2007–22 Jul 2013
    Laurea Magistrale (M.Sc.) in Ingegneria Spaziale
    Politecnico di Milano, Milano (Italy)
    Space Engineering.
    Main subjects: Mission Analysis; Flight Dynamics; Orbital Mechanics; Dynamics and Control; Propulsion; Heat Transfer and Thermal Analysis; Power Systems; Aerospace Structures; Aerospace technology and materials; Telecommunication systems.
    M.Sc. project: "Attitude and Orbit Control System design for the ESMO (European Student Moon Orbiter) satellite" Phase B study of ESA Moon observation satellite.
    Supervisor Prof. Franco Bernelli

    1 Sep 2002–30 Jun 2007
    Laurea (B.Sc.) in Ingegneria Aerospaziale
    Politecnico di Milano, Milano (Italy)
    Aerospace Engineering.
    B.Sc. project: "Microsatellite ORIS (Ocean Remote Infrared Sensor) : Marketing and Payload" Phase A study of an infrared Earth observation microsatellite.
    Supervisor Prof. Luigi De Luca




    Mother tongue(s)

    Other language(s) Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production Writing
    English                        C2           C2               C2                           C2                    C2
    French                         B2           B2               B2                           B1                    A2

    Levels: A1/A2: Basic user - B1/B2: Independent user - C1/C2: Proficient user


    Communication skills

    Technical writing and good presentation skill (i.e. international conferences).
    Team spirit and accustomed to be part of a multicultural environment during my studies, work, sport practice and volunteering activity.

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Leadership and experience in project/team management: responsible for a team of 10 in university projects, more then 10 years experience organizing and managing an online community of 50 people.
    Good planning and scheduling skills and ability to meet multiple deadlines through prioritization and time managing.

    Job-related skills

    AOCS, Mission Analysis, Flight Dynamics, Space Systems, Modelling and Simulation, Arduino development.

    Digital competencies

    Excellent command of MatlabTM and SimulinkTM;
    Excellent command of AGI Systems Tool Kit ® (STK);
    Good knowledge of programming languages (C, C++, Pascal, Python, VBA, Perl);
    Good knowledge of versioning tools (Git, Subversion);
    Basic knowledge of DOORS;
    Basic knowledge of FEM codes (COMSOL Multiphysics, Femap, Nastran, SolidWorks);
    Excellent command of Microsoft OfficeTM tools (WordTM, ExcelTM and PowerPointTM);
    Knowledge of Web development ( MySql, PHP, HTML, CSS);
    Excellent command of operating systems (Microsoft WindowsTM, Linux).

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