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While both the president and vice president plan to attend the Demo-2 commercial crew launch, there will be far fewer people attending the first American human orbital spaceflight in nearly a decade than once expected. SpaceNews.com
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Virgin Orbit says that it’s ready for its first orbital launch attempt, scheduled for May 24, while acknowledging potentially long odds of successfully placing a payload into orbit. SpaceNews.com
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Preparations for the launch of a SpaceX commercial crew test flight with two NASA astronauts on board are continuing despite the unexpected departure of the head of the agency’s overall human spaceflight program. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:10-11-2012
     Last Modified:18-03-2013 (10:18)
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     Current job:Unemployed
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     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Launch Systems
     Keywords- Space Flight dynamics - Astrodynamics - Attitude Dynamics - Attitude and Orbit Determination - Mission analysis - Propulsion Systems - Kalman Filtering
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    Nationality: Italian
    Date of birth: 21 May 1986
    Gender: Male
     
    Education and training
     
    Dates: 01/02/2012 - 20/12/2012
    Title of qualification awarded: Master in Space Transportation Systems
    Thesis topics: Kalman Filtering for High-Precision Attitude Determination
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Mission Analysis, Ground Segment, Launcher Design, Solid Rocket Motors, Liquid Rocket Engine, Aero-thermo-dynamics, GNC, Structures, Space Program Management, Launcher System Management
    Name and type of organization providing education and training: “La Sapienza” University, Rome, Italy
    Level in national or international classification: Second Level Master’s Degree
    Traineeship: CIRA (Capua, Italy), Von Karman Institute (Bruxelles, Belgium), CNES, ONERA and SNECMA (Paris, France), ISAE SUPAERO (Toulouse, France), DLR (Lampoldshausen, Germany), Guiana Space Center (Kourou, French Guiana)
     
     
    Dates: 09/2008 –01/2012
    Title of qualification awarded: Degree in Space Engineering
    Thesis topics: GPS, Mapping Functions, Tropospheric delay
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Mission Analysis, Orbit Determination, Propulsion, Astrodynamics, Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics, Space Materials, fundamentals of automatic control, fundamentals of telecommunications and Remote Sensing
    Name and type of organization providing education and training: “La Sapienza” University, Rome, Italy
    Level in national or international classification: Master’s Degree
     
     
    Dates: 09/2005 – 09/2008
    Title of qualification awarded: Degree in Aerospace Engineering
    Thesis topics: Interplanetary trajectory for a manned mission on Mars with a nuclear-electric propulsor
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: fundamentals of Mathematical analysis, Physics, Chemistry, Propulsion, Aerospace, Structures, Numerical Methods
    Name and type of organization providing education and training: “La Sapienza” University, Rome, Italy
    Level in national or international classification: Bachelor’s Degree
     
     
    Dates: 09/2000 – 07/2005
    Title of qualification awarded: Scientific Diploma
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Astronomical Geography, Biology and Foreign Language (English)
    Name and type of organization providing education and training: Scientific High School “Amedeo Avogadro”, Rome, Italy
    Level in national or international classification: Secondary School Diploma
     
     
    Work experience
     
    Dates: 08/2012-01/2013
    Occupation or position held: Internship
    Main activities and responsibilities: Development of Kalman filters for attitude determination in Matlab Simulink
    Name and address of employer: EADS Astrium, Claude-Dornier-Straße, 88090 Immenstaad am Bodensee, Germany, AOCS/GNC Department
    Type of business or sector: Research&Development
     
     
    Dates: 2006-2012
    Occupation or position held: Occasional works: waiter, mathematics private lessons to high school students, promoter, help desk in sports events organized by UISP and Regione Lazio.
    Main activities and responsibilities: communication, person in charge of materials, organization
     
     
    Personal skills and competences
     
    Mother tongue: Italian
     
    Other language Self-assessment European level (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages): 
     
    - English
     
    Understanding:
    -Listening Proficient User C1
    -Reading Proficient User C1
     
    Speaking:
    -Spoken interaction: Proficient User C1
    -Spoken production: Proficient User C1
     
    Writing: Proficient User C1
     
    Certificates:
    - 2/12/2011 LEVEL FIVE certificate of achievement, British School
    - 26/01/2012 Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE)
     
    Social skills and competences:
    Team work  skills gained in different situation, from university projects to personal experiences.
    Mediating and communication skills, like talking with people and expressing concepts clearly and precisely, gained by the occasional works. Intercultural skills:
    - In 2007, I’ve been in Sweden for two weeks to frequent an international engineering summer course organized by an European student organization called BEST
    - In 2011, I worked as help desk at the 12th  edition of the CVA Summer Course, held at “La Sapienza” University, in Rome
    - Personal trips around the Europe
     
     
    Organizational skills and competences: 
    Manage a team skills obtained in a university go-kart tournament, organized by UNIRACER, in which I was the team manager and so I had to take care of most aspects of a real team, like the budget, sponsors, strategies for the races in collaboration with the race engineers, the public relations with other teams, the organization and with university media.
    Organizational skills gained in everyday life, like organize trips, events and out with friends.
     
    Computer skills and competences:
    - 2006 obtained the European Computer Driving License (ECDL) 
    - Programming languages known: Fortran, Matlab and C
    - Excellent knowledge of Office Package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
    - Good knowledge of operative system Windows and Internet
    - Basic knowledge of simple software to elaborate pictures and videos
    - Basic knowledge of Adina Structures and Satellite Tool Kit
     
    Other skills and competences:
    Adaptation skills obtained in different changes in city of residence because of my father’s job
    Team spirit, spirit of sacrifice and sense of responsibility gained  playing a lot of different sports, like football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, but above all water polo and futsal (five-a-side). Playing different sports also teach me to be all-around and to integrate easily in a group.
    - 2010 obtained the first level scuba-diving license
    - 2008-2012 goalkeeper in a futsal (five-a-side) team, playing the national championship called “Serie D”
    - 2007-2011 caraibic dance classes
    - 2000 – 2007 goalkeeper in a water polo team, playing in the regional and national championship
    - season 2004-05 second position in the regional championship
    - season 2005-06 we won the regional championship.
     
    Driving license:
    - Italian driver license, vehicle category B.
     
     
    Scientific Publications:
    - Paternostro S., Cherisch M., Curone D., Osmo M.: Tropospheric Mapping functions and their effetcts on GNSS estimate. In: Proceedings of the 16th National Conference ASITA 2012
     
     
    Additional information:
    - Co-author in a university numerical and theoretic project presented to the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) 2009, entitled “Analysis of a manned Mars mission with Nuclear Electric Propulsor”

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