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     Date Submitted:28-08-2012
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     Current job:System/Test Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:, , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSystem Test Engineer Support Ground Galileo COSMO Quality AIV AIT Integration Validation Verification Oracle Linux
    CV

     

    Professional experience

     

    Date

     

     

     

    Currently

    Function

    Test Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Working in Galileo program: http://www.esa.int/esaNA/galileo.html

     

     The main activity is the integration and verification of Ground segmant.

    Galileo has two control center: for one in Oberpfaffenhofen  and one in Fucino:

    In Galileo I shall::

    ·        Define interface test between the two control centers

    ·        Coordinate the execution of the integration tests.

    ·        Define verification test of the two control centers

    ·        Coordinate the execution of the verification tests.

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A.

    Sector

    BU Space & Defence

     

    Date

     

    November of 2010 – February 2012

    Function

    System Analyst

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Working in the GAL-PRS, a program derived from Galileo. The main activity is the system analysis,   modelling and design of GPTR.

    The GPTR have to be a system/platform to :

    ·        test PRS signal and service definition

    ·        test: signal disturbers, interference monitoring network and security key development

    ·        PRS receiver development

    ·        PRS applications definition and development

    ·        contribute to the test phase of the PRS signals, services and receivers,

    ·        serve and favour the PRS research and innovation making available outdoor and indoor capabilities

    ·        make test areas and/or instruments available for “ad hoc” test

    ·        support the certification of user receivers providing activities, resources, infrastructure and instruments

    ·        define and develop applications based on specifications coming from the Institutional Users

     

     

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A.

    Sector

    BU Space & Defence

     

     

     

     

    Date

    October  2010 up to November of 2010

    Function

    System Test Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Test Engineer for SFM: photo interpreter system for the Italian Army under Thales Alenia Space.

                                          SFM have to support Italian Defence specialist in the interpretation of Radar

                                          and Optical image.

     

    Test Engineer for PMNRT: satellite images production system under Telespazio S.p.A.

                                               PMNRT system get data from already available satellite system, and perform

                                               a fast image interpretation for oil and ship detection on sea.

     

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A.

    Sector

    BU Space & Defence

     

     

     

     

    Date

    June  2010 up to September of 2010

    Function

    System Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Training of system administrators teams in the UGS of Creil (Paris) and Pratica di Mare (Rome).

    Start-up of the fully-operational activities in Creil.

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A.

    Sector

    BU Space & Defence

     

     

     

     

    Date

    January 2009 up to May of 2010

    Function

    System Test Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Continue the activity started in the previous period under Telespazio S.p.A. at Creil (Paris) and related to FDUGS project. In addition to activities of the previous period, he has been involved in the system management of the whole UGS.

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A.

    Sector

    BU Space & Defence

     

     

    Date

    November  2006 up to end of 2008

    Function

    System Test Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Participation to FDUGS project:  a specific User Ground Segment of COSMO-SkyMed customized for the French Defence; involved in the following activities:

    • DB management (Oracle 9iR2).
    • DB Installation according to security constraints
    • Installation and configuration of databases an sub-systems of FDUGS
    • Customization of FDUGS at Creil (Paris – France)
    • System integration and test design at Creil (Paris – France)
    • System integration at Creil (Paris – France)
    • System acceptance test design at Creil (Paris – France)
    • System acceptance at Creil (Paris – France)
    • Integration of FDUGS with COSMO SkyMed at Creil (Paris – France)
    • Training to defence personnel at Creil (Paris – France)
    • Management of NATO Classified Documentation

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A.

    Sector

    BU Space & Defence

     

     

    Date

    June 2003 to October 2006

    Function

    System Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Participates in the COSMO-SkyMed program in which Sistematica has been involved in the design and in the implementation of  the Production Manager subsystem and in the development of some components to be inserted in the Interface Manager (IM) subsystem. The participation to this program has provided a full visibility on a structured software life cycle; it was based on a tailoring of the ECSS standard related to space system. The following activities have been performed during the long period of duration of the project:

    • Contribution to Requirement analysis at subsystem level
    • Contribution to PM subsystem architecture according to the Object Oriented paradigm (UML standard)
    • Derivation of requirements at component level
    • Test design at component level
    • Allocation matrix management
    • System workflow definition
    • Review of system Design Document
    • Review of system Interface Control Document
    • Requirements definition for components.
    • Components test design.
    • Components test.
    • System integration test design.
    • System integration
    • System acceptance test design
    • System acceptance.
    • DB management (Oracle 9iR2).
    • DB design review.
    • DB Installation
    • Software delivery management

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A.

    Sector

    BU Space & Defence

     

     

    Date

    July 2002 to May 2003

    Function

    Analyst / Developer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Analyst and developer in projects involving a specific technology named “Digital Pen & Paper”. Sistematica is one of the most “active” business  partner of Anoto in Europe and I have been involved in the first age of the technology providing also a contribution in the design of and in the implementation of VISUAL FORM development platform. By means of this platform the following application have been realised:

    • Cartella Oculistica (JAVA WEB application for the management of a Health Care record system specific for Ophthalmology)
    • Business trial (JAVA WEB application for the management of contractual module in selling telephonic services. This project has been designed and implemented for TIM)
    • Digital Notes (JAVA WEB application entertainment to send email starting from a paper form)

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A.

    Sector

    BU Anoto

     

     

    Date

    May 2001 to June 2002

    Function

    Analyst / Developer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Analyst and developer in the following project:

    • TRADEDB ( JAVA WEB application business support)
    • SI2Care ( PHP WEB application business support)
    • SI2Logger ( PHP WEB application business support)
    • DRMS ( JAVA WEB application business support)

    Employer’s name and address

    SISTEMATICA S.p.A. (Customer: Wind S.p.A)

    Sector

    BU Business Support System

     

     

    Date

    May 2000 to May 2001

    Function

    Analyst / Developer

    Main activities and responsibilities

       Web developer

    Employer’s name and address

    Little custode

    Sector

    Various

     

     

     

     

    Education and training

     

     

     

    Dates

    July 2000

    Title of qualification awarded

    Degree of computer science

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered

     

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    Universityof Pisa

    Level in national or international classification

    102/110

     

     

    Personal skills and competences

     

     

     

    Native speaker

    Italian

     

     

    Other languages

    English, French

     

     

    Social capabilities and competences

    - team working

    - adapting to various working environment.

     

     

     

    Technical skills and competences

        Operating systems

    -         Linux (SLES 8.0, SLES 9.0, Solaris 8.0)

    -         Windows

    -          

      Programming languages

    -         Java,

    -         SQL

    -         ASP

    -         PHP

    -         HTML

    -         JavaScript

    -         Xml

     

        Software and Development Tools

    -         Power Designer

    -         Rational Rose

    -         Visual Studio

    -         Jbuilder

    -         Source of Site/Source Safe

    -         CVS

    -         TOAD

    -         SQL developer

    -         Eclipse

     

        DBMS

    -         Oracle (Administrative level)

    -         Microsoft SQL Server

    -         MySQL

    -         PostGres

     

        Network

    -         TCP/IP

    -         SMTP

    -         UDP

     

        Analysismethodologies

    -         UML

    -         OOD

    -         SysML

     

        Other

    -         Tomcat

    -         OC4J

    -         IBM WebSphere

     

        Standard

    -         ECSS

     

     

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