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     Date Submitted:06-06-2012
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     Current job:Software Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
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     KeywordsI am reliable, trustworthy, hardworking and eager to learn.Now seeking the next step in a challenging and rewarding position in Software Engineering.
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    PROFILE

     

    Experienced Software Engineer with over five years of experience working in Software Engineering in a variety context and environments. I am reliable, trustworthy, hardworking and eager to learn. Now seeking the next step in a challenging and rewarding position in a Software Engineering function.

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL / CAREER

    October 2011 – Date                         Inmarsat Ltd

    Secondment as Software Engineer October 2011 – Date

    Secondment at Inmarsat Ltd in the Satellite and Network department as a member of the Satellite Operation Support Group (SOSG). Duties included:

    ●        Requirement analysis and architecture design of enhancements for the Inmarsat Satellite Support System (I3S),a Storm L-3 based distributed software.

    ●        Development and document the software and enhancements for the I3S.

     

    May 2009 – October 2011                 Telespazio S.p.A.

    System Engineer and Space Operation Leader March 2010 – October 2011

    Architectural design for ground systems for monitoring and controlling scientific experiment onboard the International Space Station.In the frame of the ESA Human Spaceflight Exploration program, the certification of Space Operation Leadership for International Space Station experiment conduction has been achieved.

    Duties included:

    ●        Development of Payload Operation Data File (PODF) for both manned and unmanned experiments.

    ●        Development troubleshooting plans and activities, most of them in realtime, especially when Space Station crew member is involved.

    ●        Operation activities time line review together with ESA Flight Control Team.

    ●        Monitoring and controlling realtime experiment

    ●        Analysis offline of recorded telemetry

    ●        Meeting and teleconference with ESA Management members and other international partner on the status of the experiments and future plans.

    ●        Software Architecture design for experiment monitoring and controlling ground software tools

     

    Software Developer and Ground Controller May 2009 – March 2010

    Under ESA Facility Responsible Center contract, flight HCI software for the Fluid Science Laboratory (FSL) installed on board the Columbus has been developed. The Engineering Model (EM) is installed in Telespazio’s clean room in Naples.

    Besides, ground software for Monitoring, Controlling and distribution of telemetry has been developed, interfaced with the NASA tool TReK.

    Ground Controller activity includes maintenance and support to the real time operations conducted by Space Operation Leader.

    Duties included:

    ●        Engineering Support for FSL EM

    ●        Develop and Testing the HCI Software against the FSL EM

    ●        Certification of Flight Readiness (CoFR) of developed ground software tools for scientific experiment in NASA side of the International Space Station

     

     

    April 2007 – May 2009          Microgravity Advance Research and Support Center

    Software Developer April 2007 – May 2009

    Software developer in a team of 4 people. Mainly developing expert systems for Alenia Aeronautica and Officine Aeronavali (Finmeccanica Companies). Main duties:

    ●        For Alenia Aeronautica: developed an expert system for non destructive test on part of planes.

    ●        For Officine Aeronavali: developed an expert system to integrate Bill of Materials in technical notes when repairing or updating a plane.

     

    MAIN TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE

     

    Operating Systems

    • Windows (x86, x64)
    • Sun Solaris 8
    • Linux RedHat

     

    Software life cycle and configuration management

    • Rational tools: Requisite Pro, Rose, Clear Case, Clear Quest, Purify
    • Cantata++
    • Forte Teamware Developer 6 (SCCS)

     

    Development enviroment

    • Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
    • Eclipse
    • Sun Workshop 6 (C/C++ compiler, dbx, filemerge)

     

    Programming Languages & Framework

    • Microsoft Visual Basic/Basic.Net, Visual C/C++ (MFC), Visual C++/C#.NET
    • Microsoft.Net Framework
    • Java (J2EE, JSP)
    • Python
    • CORBA

     

    Standards & Protocols & Space software systems

    • CCSDS (Space Packet Protocol, Mission Operations)
    • Cortex
    • Mil-1553
    • PSS-05, ECSS-E-40
    • Storm L-3

     

    PROFESSIONAL / QUALIFICATIONS

     

    1996 – 2006                            Universita’ degli Studi di Napoli – Federico II

                                                    Bachelor of Software Engineer

    1991 – 1996                            VIII Istituto Tecnico Industriale Statale

    Italian certificate of Education(Higher):

    Physics; Mathematics; English and Computer Science.

     

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