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     Date Submitted:02-01-2012
     Last Modified:14-01-2018 (10:52)
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     Current job:AIT manager deputy/AIT system Lead
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsAIT, AIT manager, system, propulsion
    CV

    Personal

    Citizenship: Italian

    Status: Married

    Date of birth: 01/04/1979

    Place of birth: Isernia

    Work Experience

    05/2013 – current

    OHB System

    AIT Department

    05/2016 – current,

    AIT System Lead/AIT Manager deputy

     

    AIT System Lead and AIT Manager Deputy on Electra project:

    Support the AIT Manager and take over tasks e.g.:

    Overall AIT technical responsible of the project

    AIT Schedule responsible

    AIT mechanical/propulsion lead

    Definition of AIT flow, GSE and facility concept

    Support AIT manager in planning activities

    Support AIT manager to build up the AIT team

    Support SE / AIV to the design regarding AIT aspects

    Standardize AIT documentation (AIT Plan, Facility Plan, GSE Deployment Plan / Specs, AIT Risk register, Procedures, etc.)

    Ensure GSE suitability

    Control of the technical coherency and consistency of documents and GSE

    Definition and maintenance of I/F to Engineering, AIV, PA

    Support to preparation and participation to test reviews (IRR/TRR, PTR) in  coordination with AIT Manager

    Organise Results Data review and approval

    Organise and maintain AIT Data storage for project

    Define and manage AIT tools usage for the project


     

    05/2013 – 04/2016,

    Propulsion Department

    Propulsion System Responsible

     

    Propulsion System Responsible for GALILEO FOC program Batch 1 and 2:

    Overall responsibility of Galileo propulsion team (engineering/AIV/AIT)

    Overall responsibility of Galileo propulsion subsystem modules

    Overall responsibility of test execution and verification.

    Participation and preparation of TRR, PTR and NRB.

    Subcontract management of module supplier and fuelling supplier.

    Support to the Propulsion PA.

     

    Technical responsible and supervisor for Galileo FOC Fuelling activities (Galileo FOC M1, M2, M3 and M4 launch campaigns).

    Propulsion AIT Team Leader. 

     

    06/2012 – 04/2013

    AkkA Technologies Gmbh

    Consultant at OHB System (Galileo  FOC Program)

    Propulsion AIV/AIT Engineer

     

    GALILEO FOC batch 1 and 2 Propulsion AIV/AIT Responsible

    Technical responsible for Galileo FOC Fuelling activities

     

    08/2006 – 05/2012

    THALES ALENIA SPACE ITALIA

    AIT Department :

    AIT Test Engineer / Propulsion Test Engineer

     

    Sentinel 3 Propulsion Test Responsible

    AIT management for GLOBALSTAR 2 launch campaign preparation.

    AIT Programs Industrialization (planning, tasks, technical matter, Supplier Management) for GLOBALSTAR 2, Sentinel 1, Sentinel 3, Cosmo 2nd Generation satellites.

    Hydrazine Fuelling Test conductor support/SCAPE operator for GLOBALSTAR 2 launch campaigns 2 and 3 in Baykonur Cosmodrome Soyuz (CSI).

    Propulsion Test Conductor of the Final Propulsion Test for 24 satellites of GLOBALSTAR 2 program.

    Test conductor support/ SCAPE operator of Hydrazine Fuelling operations and PGSE decontamination for COSMO FM4 launch campaign in VAFB Delta 2 (USA).

    Propulsion Engineering (Layout design, Test Requirements, Test Data analysis) for GLOBALSTAR 2, O3B,  Sentinel 1 and Sentinel 3 programs.

    Propulsion Flight Hardware procurement as expert member in ITT/TEB.

    Propulsion Ground Support Equipment (PGSE)  design/procurement/specification for GLOBALSTAR 2, Cosmo 2nd generation, Sentinel 1, Sentinel 3, Galileo FOC.

    AIT system engineer for COSMO Skymed FM2 during the environmental test phase in Cannes at TASF.

    Propulsion Test Engineer for COSMO Sky-Med, GLOBALSTAR and RADARSAT 2 programs.

    SCAPE operator of Hydrazine Fuelling operations and PGSE decontamination for COSMO FM3 launch campaign in VAFB Delta 2 (USA).

    SCAPE operator of Hydrazine Fuelling operations and PGSE decontamination for RADARSAT 2 launch campaign in Baykonur Cosmodrome Soyuz (CSI).

    Thermal Vacuum Test conductor for COSMO FM2, COSMO FM3,  GIOVE B and MD2 satellites.

    SCAPE operator of Hydrazine Fuelling operations and PGSE decontamination for GLOBASTAR FM68, FM69, FM71, FM72 Launch SOYOUZ 7 launch campaign in Baykonur Cosmodrome Soyuz (CSI).

    SCAPE operator of Hydrazine Fuelling operations and PGSE decontamination for GLOBASTAR FM65, FM66, FM67, FM70 Launch SOYOUZ 8 launch campaign in Baykonur Cosmodrome Soyuz (CSI).

    AIT Mechanical Operator for Globalstar FM65, FM66, FM67, FM68, FM69, FM70, FM71 and FM72 during integration, environmental test and Launch Campaigns phases.

    AIT Mechanical Operator for COSMO Skymed PFM and FM2 during integration and environmental test phases.

    Alignments Software Engineer for developing and applicability.

    Alignment Test conductor for GLOBALSTAR and COSMO programs.

     

    07/2005 – 07/2006

    stage at Alcatel Alenia Space Italy

                 I.U. AIT

    Stage Title:

    Satellite integration, mechanical verification and launch operations.

     

    Alignment test software development and design

    Alignment tests operator for GIOVE-B and COSMO PFM satellite

    AIT Mechanical operator and test procedure for COSMO PFM satellite.

    AIT Mechanical operator and test procedure for GIOVE-B satellite.

    Thermal vacuum test preparation for GIOVE-B and COSMO PFM satellites.

    Mechanical environmental test support for GIOVE-B.

    Data acquisition System operator: Thermal vacuum test for COSMO PFM satellite.

     

    03/2004-03/2005

     

    Thesis work / work experience at IMT engineering consultants, aimed at the industrialisation of the work carried out for the thesis.  

    Responsible: Eng. Giorgio Perrotta

     

    05/2003-03/2005

     

    Collaboration with the “La Sapienza “ aerospace propulsion system laboratory on the MPD (magneto plasma dynamic) system and on new chemical propulsion systems.

    Responsible: Eng. Giorgio Paccani

    Education

     

    Degree in Aerospace Engineering (5 year) obtained in the academic year 2003/2004. Grade: 105/110, “La Sapienza” University of Rome.

     

    Degree thesis

    Title: Comparison of new chemical propulsion technologies; their applications on satellites constellation mission for remote sensing.

     

    The thesis focuses on the design of a remote sensing mission, made up of 8 small satellites weighing 200 Kg each. A typical mission application is the monitoring of natural and manmade disasters.

    A detailed study of the Satellites bus and payloads was performed including 5 optical cameras, AOCS, Power, and TT&C subsystems. Yet the mission analysis included the mass and power budgets of the satellites.

    Three cold gas propulsion systems were designed and developed by using butane, ammonia and nitrous oxide. Three more cold-gas propulsion systems were designed and developed to increase the main performances of the above cold gas systems by using resistojets.

    The propulsion systems engineering involved the design, the procurement and the mass budget of all the propulsion system components (tanks, valves, transducers and nozzles), as well as the mass budget of the propellant for a lifetimes mission of 1, 3 and 5 years.

     

    Certifications & Courses

    Hypergolic Handling Equipment

    Pressurized Handling Equipment

    Hazardous communication

    Personal Protective Equipment

    Oxygen Systems Compatibility & Handling Engineer

    Chemical Risk

    Explosive Risk

    SCAPE Medical Certification

    Leak Tracker 2° Level Certification

    First AID by Italian Red Cross

    Master in satellites and orbiting platforms - Mod 4.

    Participation at the LMS training course: aerospace components structural dynamic characterization.

    Participation at the course Space System-TLC Payload.

    DOORS Basics

     

    Foreign languages

    English: C1

    French:  B2

    German: A2 level, B1 on going

    Russian: B1 level

     

    Computing knowledge

    Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office software: WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT, PROJECT etc.

    Excellent knowledge of AUTOCAD 2D and 3D

    Excellent knowledge of FORTRAN and PASCAL

    Excellent  knowledge of ADINA (F.E.M. analysis)

    Excellent knowledge of STK and ORBVIEW (satellite mission analysis)

    Good  knowledge of MATLAB

    Good knowledge of CATIA

    Good knowledge of VISUAL BASIC

     

    Sport

    Competition activity:

    Football

    Basket

    Judo

     

    No competition activity

    Fitness

    Skiing

    Running

    Cycling

     


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