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     Date Submitted:03-06-2012
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     Current job:Thermal/Mechanical Engineer
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    CV

    I am graduated in Aerospace Engineering at University of Pisa (5 years of university courses) and I  got the professional habilitation as Industrial Engineer by University La Sapienza in Rome. I am currently a PhD student in Physics and Physic Technologies for Space Applications at the University of Perugia (I expect to discuss my thesis between December 2013 and February 2014).

    My 2-years work experience is focused on qualification testing (with particular attention to automotive and Space applications) and design and construction of machines (specially for testing).

    In particular, I have experience as conductor and/or supporter for the following tests:

    -          Thermo-vacuum

    -          Thermal

    -          Vibration

    -          Pyroshock

    -          Inertia measurements

    -          Drop

    -          Ship motions

    -          Sand and dust

    -          Rain

     

    I designed and participated in construction for the following test machines realization:

    -          Vibration test interfaces

    -          Pyroshock

    -          Inertia measurement

    -          Drop

    -          Ship motions

     

    I would be really glad to work abroad, to have the opportunity to broaden my horizons of knowledge. My extensive travelling experiences have offered me opportunities to adapt to new environments.

     

    Personal information

     

    Nationality

     

    Italian

    Date of birth

     

    08/11/1986

     

     

     

     

    Work experience

     

     

    Dates (from – to)

    Name and address of employer

    Occupation or position held

     

     

     

     

    June 2013 – Now

    UNIVERSITY OF PERUGIA (ITALY)

    Research fellow

     

    January 2013 – June 2013

    SERMS SRL – TERNI (ITALY)

     

     

    Part-time contract as thermal/mechanical engineer

     

     

    Participation to project milestones and review, qualification test campaign witnessing acting as conductor and QA.

    ·         Design fixtures for vibration tests;

    ·         Conduct thermo-vacuum, thermal, vibration and pyroshock tests;

    ·         Participation in test planning

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    June 2012 – December 2012

     

     

    SERMS SRL – TERNI (ITALY)

     

     

    Professional collaboration as thermal/mechanical engineer

     

     

    ·         Conduct thermo-vacuum tests

    ·         QA in thermo-vacuum tests

    ·         Help in conducting vibration tests

     

    December 2011 – June 2012

    SERMS SRL – TERNI (ITALY)

    Internship as thermal engineer

    ·         Conduct thermo-vacuum tests

    ·         QA in thermo-vacuum tests

     

     

     

    October 2011 – November 2011

     

     

    CGS SPA – MILAN (ITALY)

     

     

    Internship as thermal engineer

     

     

    ·         Conduct thermal and thermo-vacuum tests

    ·         Write thermo-vacuum test reports.

    ·         Plan thermal and thermo-vacuum tests

     

     

     

    Didactic experience

     

     

     

    Dates (from – to)

    Name of school/University

     

    September 2012 – Now

    University of Perugia

    Position held

     

    Part of the examination board Physics II, Industrial Engineering, tenured by Prof. Bruna Bertucci.

     

    September 2012– Now

     

     

    University of Perugia

     

     

    Teacher assistant in Physics II, Industrial Engineering, tenured by Prof. Bruna Bertucci.

     

     

     

    January  2011– Now

    University of Perugia

    Part of the examination board Physics I, Industrial Engineering and Information and Management Engineering, tenured by Prof. Roberto Battiston.

     

     

     

    February 2010– Now

     

     

    University of Perugia

     

     

    Teacher assistant in Physics I, Industrial Engineering and Information and Management Engineering, University of Perugia, tenured by Prof. Roberto Battiston.

     

     

     

    January– March 2012

     

     

    ITIS L. Allievi, Terni (TR), Italy

    High school teacher in Electronics.

     

    October– December 2009

    University of Pise

    Teacher assistant in Idustrial technical drawing and technology of the aeronautic design I, Aerospace Engineering, tenured by Prof. Ing. Giancarlo Barsotti.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Education

     

     

     

    Dates (from – to)

    • Released by

    • Title of qualification awarded

     

    2011 – to be completed in December 2013

    University of Perugia - Italy

    PhD in "`Physics and physical technology"'; supervisor: Prof. Roberto Battiston.

    Thesis title: "`Design of an inertia-tensor measurement equipment for space payloads application"'.

    Thesis work description: the work consists of the design and construction of a machine able to measure mass, centre of gravity position and inertia tensor 3x3 matrix of satellite components, with particular attention to scientific experiments. The first part of the study is an analysis of the state of the art, follows a modeling and simulation phase (CAD, multi body, finite element), a post-processing phase (signal analysis, statistical treatment through Matlab), the construction of the machine and a test campaign.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2011

    University La Sapienza - Rome – Italy

    Industrial Engineering license.

     

    2008 – 2010

    University of Pise - Italy

    Laurea Specialistica (Master Degree) in Aerospace Engineering - Aeronautic Curriculum - Aerodynamics, with Percorso d'Eccellenza (excellence certification) (grade: 110/110).

    Thesis title: Fluidodynamic optimization of a sailboat hull; supervisors: Prof. Ing. Giovanni Lombardi, Ing. Marco Maganzi.

    Thesis description: the work consisted of building up an automatic procedure (based on parametric CAD models and fluidodynamics analisys) able to find the optimum shape of a sailboat hull under given conditions.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2005 – 2008

    University of Pise - Italy

    Laurea (Bachelor Degree) in Aerospace Engineering, with Percorso d'Eccellenza (excellence certification) (grade: 110/110 cum Laude).

    Thesis title: Numerical simulation of cavitant fluxes around hydrofoils and turbopump inducers; supervisor: Prof. Ing. Maria Vittoria Salvetti.

     

     

    2005

    University of Cambridge - UK

    First Certificate in English

     

     

    Mother tongue

     

    Other Languages                               

     

    Reading skills

     

    Writing skills

     

    Verbal skills

     

     

     

     

    Italian

     

    English          Spanish

     

    Fluent             Good

     

    Fluent             Basic

     

    Fluent             Basic

     

     

     

     

    Skills

    and competences

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Training

     

    I conducted and/or gave support to the following qualification tests:

                       - thermo-vacuum

                       - thermal

                       - vibration

                       -pyroshock

                       -inertia measurement

                       - drop

                       - ship motions

                       - sand and dust

                       - rain

     

    I designed or participated in designing the following qualification machines:

    -interface structures for vibration tests

    -inertia measurement machine

    -pyroshock testing machine

    -sand and dust machine

    -ship motion machine

    -drop machine

     

    I have experience in the following simulation fields:

                    -CAD

                    -multi-body

                    -finite element

     

    I have Intercultural and mediating skill, teaching skill

     

    I have a good knowledge of windows, office, Catia, Matlab, Adams, FEM methods, Star CCM+, Mode Frontier, LaTeX, WinKratos

     

     

     

    Angelantoni SpA – Thermo-vacuum specialist

    Angelantoni SpA – Thermal test specialist

     



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