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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said July 17 that he’s had good discussions with European officials about potential cooperation on NASA’s plans to return to the moon. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:23-05-2012
     Last Modified:23-05-2012 (03:12)
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     Current job:Test engineer
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     Date available:>3months
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    Personal information

     

    Nationality

     

    Italian

     

    Born on

     

    May 2nd 1960

     

    Main  working experience

     

    • from may 1992 till now

     

     

    • 2010 to now

     

    I’m now working in the CCG dept (systems section)  in support to EGSE maintenance for CCAIT dept  in the frame of GLOBALSTAR 2 program  in Rome (reference Dr .  M.Ottavianelli, TAS-I Rome).

     

    •November  2009 to March 2010

     

    I worked in support to PM section  led by Dr. G. Fuggetta for the assistance of the PM to production site in Aquila( reference Dr. M.Falferi, TAS-I Rome).

     

      •2009

     

    I worked as support on various programs, the main activity was the support to Galileo GRCN  CE marching certification preparation and CB (competent body) report issuing (reference Ing. L.Marradi , TAS-I Milano).

     

    •July 2008 to December 2008 

     

    I worked as on field technician in the frame of Skyplex NET program SAT 110 and SAT 111 installation verification and problem solving (reference Ing. P.Chiroli  , TAS-I Milano)

     

    •April  2007 to July 2008  

     

    I worked as test engineer c/o ELV in the frame of VEGA rocket program; I was engaged to write the SMO (Specification De Mise En Œuvre)  for the   avionic integration in the launch site (reference Ing. N.Cacciamani  / F.Carducci  , ELV Colleferro Rm)

     

    •1992 to 2007  

     

    I worked as  Project leader on various project, e.g.   Sicral 1 Bis RU-A , PICS RU-A and  finally on Cosmo krypto Sub-assembly (I/Fboard +CPu)this last  working together with Ing. S.Francola (TAS-I ROME) (reference Ing.  V. Stofler, TAS-I Milano).

    I worked as well as support on various programs with the role of   AIV  on Flight Units , e.g . Helios2 EPRM, BDPU, HUYGENS RASU
    &CASU,RADARSAT2 CRIPTO,RADARSAT2 SMU,RS2 PLIU, SICRAL RU-A , INTEGRAL RMU, SMOS CMN(reference Ing.  V. Stofler, TAS-I Milano)

    •Name and address of employer  

     

    THALES ALENIA SPACE ITALIA S.P.A.  Saccomuro street  Rome on 24

     

     

    • Type of business or sector

     

    Aerospace production

     

    •Type of job

     

    Test Engineer 

     

    •Main duties  and responsibilities

     

    For EGSE support: to perform maintenance and support on test stations for Spacecrafts (OCOE+SCOE).

    For AIV and PL tasks: To write test plans, test procedures ,test sequences  (TRR) and, in agreement with the customer, to evaluate  the units’  test campaigns results ( TRB, DRB).

     

    • from Jan 1990 to May 1992

     

    Service Technician

     

     •Name and address of employer   

     

    NCS computer Italia s.r.l , Pegoraro  street Gallarate (Va) on  1

    • Type of business or sector  

     

    Industrial Automation installations both OEM ( Original Equipment Manufacturer) and internally developed.

     

    •Type of job

     

    Service Technician

     

     •Main duties  and responsibilities

     

    Service Technician on site ,  on desk and  on call for customer support

     

      •from may 1983  till Nov.1990

     

    Technical assistant in astrophysics, section led by  Prof. G.Sironi.

     

     •Name and address of employer 

     

    MILANO’S UNIVERSITY – PHYSICS  Dept. Celoria street Milano on 16

    • Type of business or sector

     

    Research and teaching

     

    •Type of job

     

    Technical assistant

     

     •Main duties  and responsibilities

     

    Project and development of data acquisition systems and assembly of low noise “Dicke type” differential radio receivers.

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    •Training
     

     

    (2000 ca)Internal TAS-I english course by O’ Connor school 1 year (entry level 1st level advanced )

     

     

     

    (2005-2006) (2000 ca)Internal TAS-I english course  1 year

     

     

     

    Internal  course--Alcatel Alenia Space Academy--

    (11/12/2006-Torino)”Principles, Techniques and Standards for EMC”

    Speakers:

    Ing. Bruno Audone, Prof. Antonio Orlandi, Dr.Emidio Di Giampaolo 

     

    • Name and type of organization providing education and training

     

     

    I.T. I.S. ponti Gallarate (Va)

    • Principal subjects / occupational skills covered by the study

     

     

    ELECTRONIC development for industry

    • Title of qualification awarded

     

     

    Expert in electronics

    • Level in national classification (if applicable)

     

     

    46/60 (1979)

     

    •Mother tongue

     

    ITALIAN

     

    •Other known languages

     

     

     

    English

    •Reading skills

     

    GOOD

    • Writing skills

     

    GOOD

    • Speaking skills

     

    GOOD

     

    •Social skills and competences
     

     

    Good attitude to work in team , acquired on the job

     

    •Organizational Skills

     

     

     

    Good attitude on job organization and planning, acquired on the job

     

    •Technical skills.

     

    Standard knowledge and  use of SW packets and standard PC HW , and good acknowledge of standard instruments operations (e.g. Scope, Spectrum Analyser, Generators and Power Supplies)

     

    •Skills and artistic competences

     

     

    POOR

     

     •Other skills

     

     

    (i)basic programming, acquired on the job (ete ,electrical test equipment internal project development).

    good knowledges of rf and emi issues acquired on the job

     

    License

     

    A, B

     

    Further Information

     

    NONE

     

    Publications

     

    1- G. Sironi, P. Inzani, M. Limon, C. Marchioni 1990:

    Evaluation of small signals with a differential radiometer

     (with application to radio observations at 2.5 GHz)

    Measur. Sci. Tech. 1, 1119


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