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     Date Submitted:05-02-2012
     Last Modified:06-02-2012 (07:32)
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     Current job:Stress Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywords- Finite Element analysis - stress analysis simulation - metal and composite structures - Sizing optimization - Multidisciplinary Design Optimization - Knowledge Base Engineering - Computar framework development
    CV

    CURRICULUM VITAE

     

    EDUCATION

    ·       (May 2008 - Sep 2010) Post-Doc at the TUDelft (Netherlands) about: Development of Knowledge Base Engineering (KBE) methods to capture the design knowledge, to support the manufacturing activities involved in designing components with polymeric material  and to elaboratie a comprehensive concurrent engineering process.

    ·       (Jan 2002 - Jan 2005)  Ph. D. in Aerospace Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) on “Multi-level procedures for the optimal design of aerospace vehicles”. A collaborative procedure was developed for stress verification, pre-sizing optimization and weight saving of complex project considering strength and stability constraints

    ·       (Oct 1993 - May 2001) M.S. in Aerospace Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) with final thesis in collaboration with Thales Alenia Space on “Development and applications of procedures for aerospace structure optimization”. New optimization tools were in-house developed for sizing optimization and stress analysis simulation of Multipurpose Logistic Module (MPLM) and Crew Return Vehicle (CRV)

    ·       (Oct 1988 - Jun 1993) Diploma to the “Majorana`s Scientific High School”, Turin (Italy

     

    WORKING EXPERIENCE

    ·       (Sep 2010 - Present) Computer programmer freelancer for engineering applications related to the stress analysis, finite element computation and visualization, sizing optimization software

    ·       (May 2006 - April 2008) R&D Engineer at the Launcher Directorate of the
    Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES, France). Developed a Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO) procedure for the preliminary design of future space launchers. The work integrated aerospace disciplines (as thermal, propulsion, stress analysis, trajectory verification) into a simulation environment able to improve the  esign  parameters and performances of small rocket launchers.

    ·       (Sep 2005 - May 2006) Research Fellow at Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) for the European project VIVACE on: preliminary design of facility for impact test and making up of software procedures to prevent and simulate the ballistic impact on composite shells and plates

    ·       (May 2005 - Sep 2005) Research Fellow at Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) in collaboration with Avio Group on: preliminary design (using Patran/Nastran/Dytran) for impact test facilities for innovative materials used for aero-engine structures

    ·       (2002-2004) Part-time Assistant at Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) for teaching the courses: Aerospace Structures (practice sessions) , Principles of Aeroelasticity (practice sessions)

    ·       (Jan 2001 - Jan 2002) Thales ALENIA Space (Italy) internship on methodologies and computational codes for stress verification and sizing optimization (weight reduction) of new concept space modules (as Crew Returned Vehicle) and for the International Space Station’s module CUPOLA in the static, dynamic and stress-thermal domain. (using Patran/Nastran/HyperMesh). Multi-body simulations for supporting the design of a new telecommunication  satellite concept (Large Deployable Antenna, LDA) in collaboration with Russian Universities from Tbilisiand Moscow

     

    PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

    ·       Strong experience in Finite Element analysis, stress analysis simulation for both metal and composite structures (5 years)

    ·       Sizing optimization for preliminary design, weight saving and performance improvement for airframe and complex aerospace design (3 years)

    ·       Multidisciplinary Design Optimization method development for light and heavy space launchers as Pegasus and Ariane 5 (2 years)

    ·       Knowledge Base Engineering applications for designing and manufacturing of plastic components(2 years)

    ·       Computer framework development for Computer Aided Engineering and Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (5 years)

    ·       Development of stress software/application, external applications for finite element software and sizing optimization software (3 years)

    ·       Structural dynamic simulations, response to impact, damage tolerance analysis (2 years)

    ·       Multi-body dynamic simulations for satellite and mechanical sub-systems (2 years)

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS
     

    ·       Computer-Aided Engineering: MSC.Nastran, MSC.Patran, MSC.Dytran, HyperMesh, FEMAP, SAMCEF-Mecano, I-Sight, modeFRONTIER, Optimus

    ·       Computer-Aided Drawing: AutoCad, SolidWorks, Rhinoceros

    ·       Programming languages: Fortran, C, C++, Matlab, Visual Basic Script, AutoIt3

    ·       Operational systems: MS.Windows, UNIX, LINUX

    ·       Desktop Software:  MS.Office Package, OpenOffice

     

    LANGUAGES

    ·       English: fluent (spoken and written). Certificates: PET (Cambridge), IELTS (Cambridge)

    ·       French: good (spoken and written)

    ·       Dutch: poor (spoken and written).

    ·       Italian: mother-tongue

     

    CONFERENCE PAPERS
     

    ·       L. Guadagni, L. Mannella, G. Augello, E. Carrera, N. Gualtieri, "Developments and applications of NAPAO for design of aerospace structures". Worldwide Aerospace Conference and Technology Showcase, Toulose (France), 2002

    ·       L. Guadagni, E. Carrera, “Two-level procedure for structural aerospace optimization” (in Italian). 17thAIDAA National Congress, Rome(Italy), 2003

    ·       L. Guadagni, E. Carrera, “Developments of a multi-level procedure for structural optimization of aerospace structures”. ERCOFTAC Conference, Athens(Greek), 2004

    ·       L. Guadagni, “Development of a collaborative optimization tool for the sizing design of aerospace structures”. 1st ASMDOConference, Besancon(France), 2007

    ·       L. Guadagni, C. DuPont “Development of an MDO procedure for the preliminary design of space launch systems”. 2nd ASMDOConference, Gijon(Spain), 2008

     

    ARTICLES IN JOURNALS
     

    ·       L. Guadagni, “Development of a collaborative optimization tool for the sizing design of aerospace structures”. Int. J. Simul. Multidisci. Des. Optim. 2, 187192. ASMDO, EDP Sciences (2008). DOI 10.1051/ijsmdo:2008025  

    BOOKS
     

    ·       E. Carrera, L. Guadagni, practice book for Italian students: “Exercises for aerospace structure course A”. Politeko, Turin(Italy), 2003

     

    NON SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
     

    ·       L. Guadagni, poster on ”Développement et application de méthodes d'optimisation multi disciplinaire pour les projets futurs de systèmes de transport spatial”. JC2 Conference, Toulouse(France), 2007

    ·       L. Guadagni, article on ”The Amerina ancient road and the Falerii Novi necropolis”. Volunteer Cultural Book, N. 3, VSSP Torino(Italy), 2003

     

    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS, MEMBERSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
     

    ·       Professional practice examination, Polytechnic of Turin (Italy), October 2001

    ·       Member of the Community of Ariane Cities (CVA)

    ·       Member of the “Association for Simulation and Multidisciplinary Design Optimization  (ASMDO)

     

    COURSES, SEMINARS AND STAGES
     

    ·       Short course on optimization. ASMDOAssociation, Besancon(France), 2007

    ·       Community of Ariane’s Cities' (CVA) Summer School on: “European Space Access - Architecture of the Third Generation Space Transportation System”. Organized by ARIANE Space, Bremen(Germany), 2004. 

    ·       Organization committee for CNES on  “3rd seminar on the PERSEUS Project”; Musee de l’Air at de l’Espace. Le Bourget, Paris (France). Gen. 2008

    ·       Organization committee for CNES on  “Seminar on MDO activities”, Evry (France). Dec. 2007

    ·       Organization committee for CNES on “2nd seminar on the PERSEUS Project”; Musee de l’Air at de l’Espace. Le Bourget, Paris (France). Feb. 2007

     

    REFEREES
     

    ·       Gianfranco La Rocca, Professor[1st Advisor for Post Doc at TUDelft]
    TUDelft - Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, SEAD Group (Netherlands),
    e-mail: g.larocca(at)tudelft.nl

    ·       Michel Van Tooren, Professor and director of the SEAD Group  [2nd  Advisor for Post Doc at TUDelft]
    TUDelft - Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, SEAD Group (Netherlands),
    e-mail: M.J.L.vanTooren(at)tudelft.nl

    ·       Raymond Bec, PERSEUS Project Leader [1st Advisor for Post Doc at CNES]
    CNES - Centre National d'Etudes Spatiale, Evry (France), e-mail: raymond.bec(at)cnes.fr

    ·       Roger Camponogara, PERSEUS Project Coordinator [2nd Advisor for Post Doc at CNES]
    Université d'Evry Val d'Essonne, Evry (France),
    e-mail: roger.camponogara(at)univ-evry.fr

    ·       Marco Di Sciuva, Professor  [Advisor for research fellow activity]
    Department. of Aeronautical and Space Engineering - Politecnico di Torino (Italy),
    e-mail: marco.disciuva(at)polito.it

     

    HOBBIES & INTERESTS
     

    ·       Member of “Italian Archaeological Association” since 1990 (archaeological activities and work sites in Italy)

    ·       Doing sport, listen to music (especially live concerts), playing guitar and reading historical and archaeological setting books. Recently I discovered the great pleasure to travel as well.


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