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     Date Submitted:03-05-2012
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     Current job:Aeronautical and Space Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSpace systems, Mission analysis, Space mechanics, ADCS, GNC, Launchers, Space Propulsion and Structures
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    ISAE SUPAERO  -  POLITECNICO DI TORINO

    DOUBLE DEGREE AEROSPACE ENGINEER

     

    Education

    2010 – 2012   ISAESUPAERO  (Toulouse, France) 

                              Double degree program in Aerospace Engineering

                              Major subjects : Space systems, Mission analysis, Launchers, Aerothermodynamics.

    2009 – 2012   Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy)

                              MS Degree in Aerospace Engineering    (Graduated summa cum laude)

                              Major subjects:  Space mechanics, Attitude and orbit control, Space Propulsion.

    2006 – 2009   Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy)

                              Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering   (Graduated summa cum laude)

                              Major subjects: Aerodynamics, Structures, Propulsion, Mathematics, Physics.

     

    Professional Experience and Projects

    2011 (6 months)  Thales Services SAS – End of study project:  “Active Debris Removal mission analysis”

                                    Research and analysis of concepts and technical solutions to inspect, capture and remove defunct spacecraft and rocket bodies from the most crowded LEO orbits.

    2010 (4 months)  Politecnico di Torino – Preliminary design of a Spacecraft for a Manned Mission to Mars.

                                    Research and studies of new materials and technologies for a more efficiently inflatable structure. (Multi-Layer structure, Self-Healing materials, Health Monitoring System)           

    2010 (4 months)  Politecnico di Torino – Concept study and primary design of the Attitude,Determination and Control System for a university CubeSat observing the moon and sunspots.

    2009 (4 months)  Politecnico di Torino – End of study project:  “ Open loop planning of admissible maneuvers forunder-actuated satellites”. Study and coding of different laws for the attitude control and correct pointing of satellites in the case of an actuator failure.

    Publication

          2011                 Martin, Pérot, Desjean, Bitetti, “Active debris removal mission design in low Earth orbit”

                                    A flight dynamics level trade-off analysis between different vehicle and mission concepts as well as target disposal options. In: 4th European Conference for Aerospace Sciences (EUCASS), Saint Petersburg, July 4-8.

    Languages

        English              European level B2/C1   (IELTS) (TOEFL)

        French               European level B2/C1   (From August 2010 lived and studied in France) 

        Italian                Mother tongue

                         

    Computer Science

        Software           Matlab, Simulink, Solidworks, Microsoft Office, Nastran/Patran, IBM ILOG, Catia.

     Languages         Java, C, Fortran, OPL.

    Environment        Windows, Linux, Unix (basics).

     

    Interests

    Hobbies              Music, movies, traveling.

     Sports                 Water polo, volleyball, football, swimming.


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