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     Date Submitted:24-10-2012
     Last Modified:24-10-2012 (08:23)
    Job information
     Current job:Thermal-Mechanical Engineer & Proposal Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:
     KeywordsThermal Control and Design, Thermal Analysis, ESATAN-TMS, Proposal and Bids Writing, Configuration, Solidworks, Mission Design, Flight Dynamics, Trajectory Optimization
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    Personal Information

    Birth date

    24/09/1987

    Birth Place

    Leiden, Netherlands

    Nationality/Citizenship

    Italian

    Marital status

    Unmarried

    Driving License

    B (European driving license)

     

     

    Work Experience

    2010-2012

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Thermal-Mechanical Engineer (permanent contract) within the engineering office of Aviospace S.r.l. (Turin)

    Aviospace is an EADS Astrium company, with headquarters in Turin, Italy. It deals with study and design of high-tech sub-assemblies and systems, for space transportation and exploration programs.

    I attended a specific training on the use of ESATAN-TMS and performed GMM, TMM, steady state and transient thermal analyses, post-processing, trade-offs and Therm NV outputs reporting, in the following company projects:

    -          ExoMars HEPA Filter

    -          FLPP Upper Stage

    -          Soyuz Dispenser

    I also exploited level 1 Ariane 5 post-flight analyses and I am currently working on Mission design and orbital trajectory optimization, with the use of hybrid evolutionary algorithms, applied to LEO debris multi-target rendez-vous (collaboration EADS Astrium – Aviospace – Politecnico di Torino)

    As Project/Proposal Manager I have been involved in the technical (in accordance with ECSS Standards), programmatic and financial preparation of project proposals toward both ESA and EADS Astrium internal research funding. In this frame I boasted experience in both partners coordination and project control. I followed the hereafter reported company projects:

    -          Astrium Innovation Pipeline

    -          ExoMars MLI design and procurement

    -          Astrium NGL (Next Generation Launchers) Industrial Consultation

    -          Aerogel insulation

    -          DEAM 2 project (light-weight ablative material)

    -          Solar Orbiter thermal hardware design and procurement

     

    2009-2010

    Aviospace S.r.l (contact on Project)

    Support to technical and management issues toward Piedmont Region, for the project TOP.

    -          Bibliographic study on nano-structured composite materials

    -          Materials and dispersion process specification

    -          Quality management and schedule control

     

    2009

    Consulting contract for Progetti Speciali Italiani S.r.l. (Rome)

    Configuration study with the use of Solid Works and support within the NAMSA nano-satellite project.

     

     

    Education

    2010-2012

    Master of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Torino - Italy. Internationalclassification ISCED 5A.

    Master of Science thesis:

    Title

    ΔV Optimization and Multi-Target Rendez-vous Strategies, applied to LEO Debris Capture

    Supervisors

    L. Casalino, F.Fossati (Aviospace HEO)

     

     

    2006-2010

    Bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Torino - Italy. Internationalclassification ISCED 5.

    Bachelor thesis:

     Title

    Development and design of a Thermo-electric Module for Heat Recovery in a Fuel Cell Regenerative Power System

    Supervisors

    P.Maggiore

     

     

    2001-2005

    Scientific High School Diploma, Liceo Scientifico C. Darwin – Rivoli (TO).                           International classification ISCED 3A.

     

     

    Languages

    Italian

    Mother tongue

    English

    Fluent

    Daily use of English as work language.

    2005 – English summer school in Washington D.C. (US) – International Language Institute

    2004 – Preliminary English Test passed with Merit – University of Cambridge

    2003 – English summer school in Bath (UK) – Bath English Language School

    French

    Beginner – Working knowledge

    2012 – French Beginner Course funded by Piedmont Region and Aviospace S.r.l – ASEI School

     

     

     

    Computer Skills

    Microsoft©

    Good knowledge of the operative systems and MicrosoftTM Office suite.

    In 2004 I got the European Computer Driving License (ECDL) provided by AICA.

    Softwares

    ESATAN-TMS, Therm NV, Solid Works, NASTRAN and Hypermesh (basic knowledge)

    Programming

    I worked in the creation and implementation of many physical numerical models in several languages: Matlab, Simulink , Fortran, C.

    Internet

    Daily use of internet as a work tool.

     

     

     

    Workshops and Conferences

    2010

    NASA-Exploration at a crossroad: the last decisions. Tended by  R. Romanella, Associate Director for Engineering and Technical Operations at NASA KSC, Florida. May 27th – Turin (Italy).

    2011

    3rd International ARA Days. Tended by The Atmospheric Reentry Association, May 2nd-4th  – Arcachon (France).

    Vehicles and Technologies for Space Transportation and Exploration. Tended by Aviospace, EADS Astrium and ASI. June 16th – Torino

     

     

     

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