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     Date Submitted:25-11-2012
     Last Modified:03-12-2012 (01:23)
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     Current job:Consultant
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsAerospace engineer
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    Versatile, flexible, inteligent, confident, I can perform a variety of tasks to a very high standard. I work well when under pressure and can always be relied upon to complete any given tasks within the allocated time. I have an excellent timekeeping and attendance record. I am a very ambitious individual who loves new challanges. 
     
    Student representative of the MSc International Banking and Finance at London Met University from March 2012 to date
     
    Key Skills
     
    Excellent ability to adapt to different work environments 
    Very strong quantitative background due to 2 degrees in engineering   
    6 months experience in a project management role    
    Excellent communication and ability to represent the organisation in a highly professional manner
    Excellent organization skills and ability to co-ordinate a team  
     
      
    Work experiences
      
     
    • Sept 2006 to July 2007     
    • Name and address of employer: CEPU,  Corso 11 Febbraio 17 -  10152  Torino  Italy    
    • Type of business or sector:      School for university exams preparation                                                                            
    • Occupation or position held:     teacher of Mathematics      
    • Main activities:  preparing students for the university Math exams  
     
      
    • February 2005  to August 2006    
    • Name and address of employer: Alcatel Alenia Space, Corso Marche 41 -  10146 - Turin -  Italy 
          
    • Type of business: aerospace and mechanical industry    
    • Occupation or position held: aerospace engineer    
    • Main acivities:  working as part of a team I carried out tests on the fluidodyinamic pipe lines of  the module Nodo 2 and then analysed the data obtained from the texts.   
     
     
     
      
    Education and training 
      
    • 6th - 8th June 2012 Advanced Bloomberg training course    
    • Name of organization providing education:  LMBS - London Met University                                                                                                                            
    • Title of qualification awarded: Certificate      
    • Principal subjects covered: use of the Bloomberg platform to solve a variety of problems in a real work scenario 
     
      
    • Sept 2011 to July 2013: MSc International Banking and  Finance      
    • Name of organization providing education:  LMBS - London Metropolitan University -  84 Moorgate, London                                                                                                                          
    • Title of qualification awarded: MSc International Banking and Finance 
      
    • Principal subjects covered:
    Quantitative research methods;    
     
    Banking operations and strategy;
     
    Domestic and International banking;
     
    Financial Markets and Portfolio Analysis;
     
    Financial Derivatives;
     
    Computational methods for financial derivatives;
     
    Dissertation on financial derivatives 
     
     
      
    • Sept 2008 to July 2011       
    • Name of organization providing education:  Birkbeck University of London,   Malet Street,   London,  WC1E 7HX      
    • Title of qualification awarded BSc in Financial Engineering with 2.1    
    • Principal subjects covered:
    Quantitative Techniques for Financial Engineering (Advanced Calculus);
     
    Computational Techniques for Financial Engineering;
     
    Applied statistics;
     
    Econometrics;
     
    Financial Markets;
     
    Mathematical Finance  
     
      
    • Dates  July 2007  to August 2008    
    • Name of organization providing education  The English Studio, School of English, 113 High Holborn, WC1V 6JQ, London                                                                                                                                        
    • Principal subjects covered General and academic English    
    • Title of qualification awarded I passed the IELTS exam in Aug 2008 at the International House, 16 Stukeley Street WC2B London, with an overal mark of 7.5 out of 9    
    • Principal subjects covered Academic English  
     
      
    • Dates   February 2004    
    • Name of organization providing education  University of Pisa, faculty of Engineering - Via Diotisalvi 2   56126  Pisa  Italy     
    • Title of qualification awarded Second class upper degree in aerospace engineering - the 5 years degree, which is equivalent to a BEng + MEng in the UK with 2.1 
     
    Level in national or international classification: ISCED 5
     
    Title of the thesis: numerical simulation of the gap heating. 
    Topic of the thesis: aerotermodinamics and heat transfer
     
    In the session 1 of the year 2004 at the University of Pisa I obtained the professional abilitation as aerospace engineer with 102/120 marks and I become a Chartered engineer. Inarcassa number (registration number for Chartered engineers in Italy):  743274    
     
    • Principal subjects covered:
    Real Analysis I;         Real Analysis II;  
    Geometry, Linear Algebra, Geometry of Surfaces;   
    Numerical Analysis;       Principles of informatics;  
    Introduction to Dynamical Systems;
    Chemistry;      Fluidodynamics;      Aerodynamics;     Thermodynamics;   
    Mechanics;      Mechanics of Flight;       Space flight mechanics;    
    Circuits, Signals and Systems;         Aerospace control systems;    
    Linear Systems with Control Theory
    Aerospace propulsion;       Turbomachinery and rocket propulsion; 
    Machine Design;      Airframe Design;     Aircraft engines design;  
    Aircraft Structures;    Structural Analysis;    Structural Mechanics and Dynamics    
     
     
     
     
    Personal skills and competencies 
      
    Mother tongue: Italian 
      
    Other languages 
      
    English    
    • Reading skills: Excellent    
    • Writing skills:  Excellent    
    • Verbal skills:   Excellent 
      
    Interpersonal abilities/personal characteristics:
    Able to work well in teams 
    Flexible in assignments 
    Able to work under tight deadlines  
      
    Technical skills and competencies:
    Skilled in using Matlab             
    Skilled in usng EViews
    Skiled in using Bloomberg
    Skilled in word processing, spreadsheet and database operations  
     
      
    Other skills and competencies:
    Understands cost-benefit analysis 
    Knowledgeable about statistical analysis, including multivariate regression 
    Understands economic modeling and qualitative analysis  
     
     
    Reference: 
    Luca d'Agostino, Professor of Aerospace Propulsion, 
    Aerospace Engineering Department, Pisa University 16 Via Gerolamo Caruso, 56122 Pisa, Italy 
    e-mail: luca.dagostino(at)ing.unipi.it

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