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     Date Submitted:09-04-2012
     Last Modified:10-04-2012 (07:07)
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     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsSpace Engineer, specialized in Space Transportation Systems
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    SUMMARY
    Space Engineer. Academic works in pressure wave oscillations with two-phases flows, dynamics of solid propellants and altimetric reconstruction by photogrammetric techniques. Very interested in propulsion and space transportation systems.
    Specialties: Space Transportation Systems


    WORK EXPERIENCE
    Dates: July 2011 - December 2011
    Occupation or position held: Stage at AVIO
    Main activities and responsibilities: CFD simulations on C1xb small scale solid rocket motor. Study of the influence of inert alumina particles on pressure wave oscillations. The analyses have been performed for different particle mass fraction and size using FLUENT code with an eulerian-lagrangian approach.


    EDUCATION & TRAINING
    University of Rome “La Sapienza” (2011)
    Title of qualification awarded:
    Master Course for Graduate Students in Space Transportation Systems
    Dissertation/Thesis title: Pressure Oscillations in small scale solid rocket motors: Influence of Alumina particles
    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered: Launcher system, Mission analysis, Ground segment, Launcher design, Solid & liquid rocket motors, Thrust Chamber, Combustion & Combustors, Rocket Nozzles, Pump-fed systems, Aerothermodynamics, Structures, Avionics, guidance & control, Pyrotechnic subsystems, Launcher system & Space Program Management, Quality, certification & cost management, CFD methods

    University of Rome “La Sapienza” (2006-2010)
    Title of qualification awarded:
    Space Engineering (2nd Level Degree - Master (D.M. 509))
    Final degree mark: 110 (out of 110)
    Dissertation/Thesis title: Modeling of the dynamics of solid propellants
    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered: Solid & liquid propellant propulsion, Electric Propulsion, Gasdynamics, Space structures & materials, Mission analysis, Astrophysics, Attitude control, Principles of electronics & thermic control, Satellite communication

    University of Padua (2003-2006)
    Title of qualification awarded:
    Aerospace Engineering (1st Level Degree - Degree/Bachelor (D.M. 509))
    Final degree mark: 100 (out of 110)
    Dissertation/Thesis title: Error estimate about the altimetric reconstruction for the stereocamera of BepiColombo mission by photogrammetric techniques
    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered: Mathematics, Geometry, Physics, Numeric calculation, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Electrotechnique, Technical physics, Machines, Aerospace systems, Chemistry, Materials, Aerospace constructions & structures, Aerodynamics, Flight dynamics, Propulsion systems, Business economics, English language, Informatics, Mechanic measures, Optical instruments for satellite

    Pre-University Studies
    Secondary school diploma: SCIENTIFIC CERTIFICATE
    School-leaving examination taken in (year): 2003
    Italian secondary school diploma
    Final degree mark: 100 (out of 100)


    PERSONAL SKILLS & COMPETENCES
    Languages
    Italian (Native or bilingual proficiency)
    English (Professional working proficiency)
    German (Elementary proficiency)

    Social skills and competences
    Very good skills to adapt to multicultural environment, thanks to several experiences
    abroad (Several trips, and English courses in London, Dublin and Edinburgh during
    the high school summer holidays)

    Computer skills and competences
    Excellant multimedia and internet skills. Very good ability to learn new softwares.
    Main used OS and softwares: Windows (Expert), Linux (Advanced), Android (Advanced)
    Office (Expert), Latex (Advanced), Gnuplot (Advanced), 2D graphics (Advanced)
    Fluent (Intermediate), Gambit (Intermediate)
    Programming languages known: C (Intermediate), Matlab (Advanced), Fortran 77 & 90 (Expert), IDL (Advanced)

    Artistic skills & competences
    Good knowledge of singing techniques, thanks to many experiences in a polyphonic
    chorus. Electric guitar player.

    Driving license
    A3, B

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    Awards
    Winner of Maurizio Poggiali’s prize for the best thesis in Aerospace Engineering (Uni-
    versity of Rome “La Sapienza” & University of Naples “Federico II”)
    Thesis: Modeling of the dynamics of solid propellants
    Year: 2010

    Conferences
    Participation to the Seventh Pegasus-AIAA Student Conference issued in Torino on
    April 27 th , 28 th , 29 th , 2011 with the thesis “Modeling of the dynamics of solid propel-
    lants”

    Experiences
    Visit in September 2011 at “Centre Spatial Guyanais” in Kourou


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