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    Personal information
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:17-12-2012
     Last Modified:16-10-2014 (08:00)
    Job information
     Current job:Space Propulsion Researcher
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:
     KeywordsExperience in: Liquid and Hybrid Propulsion systems design; CFD design simulations; space engineering software development; scramjet propulsion; injectors design; Re-entry capsule system analysis. Skills: Enthusiastic; Sociable; Adaptability
    CV

    Work Experience

     

     

     

    Date

    From January 2014 - Today

    Qualification

    Employee

    Occupation

    Research Engineer - Propulsion Department

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Injector system design and CFD design simulations of a Hybrid Rocket (FLUENT, ICEM-CFD, OpenFoam)

    Software design for the development of a Propulsion Concurrent Design Facility (CDF) (MATLAB, RPA)

    Name of employer

    C.I.R.A. (Italian Aerospace Research Center)

     

     

    Date

    From December 2013 - to January 2014

    Qualification

    Employee - 2nd GP (CCSL)

    Occupation

    Engineering Specialist - Vehicle Integration - Packaging

    Name of employer

    FIAT Group Automobiles S.p.a. (R&D)

     

     

    Date

    From July 2013 - to November 2013

    Occupation

    Stage

    Main activities and responsibilities

    LAPCAT-II European project. Nose-to-tail CFD simulations of a Scramjet engine

    Name of employer

    C.I.R.A. (Italian Aerospace Research Center)

     

     

    Date

    From September 2012 – to October 2012

    Occupation

    Trainee

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Theoretical and numerical research activity in order to produce the thesis “Aerodynamic analysis of variable geometry re-entry capsules” (MATLAB, FLUENT)

    Name of employer

    University of Naples "Federico II", Aerospace Engineering Department

     

     

    Date

    From July 2011 – to September 2011

    Occupation

    Trainee

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Research activity in order to develop a numerical code named “Tool to simulate static and dynamic stability of a re-entry capsule and mechanical/thermal loads” (MATLAB, SCILAB)

    Name of employer

    OHB-System AG, Bremen Germany

    Type of business

    Space Technology Company

     

     

    Date

    From September 2008 – to December 2008

    Occupation

    Trainee

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Research activity in order to produce the thesis “Statistic analysis of star tracker’s observations for the design of an autonomous system” (MATLAB)

    Name of employer

    University of Naples "Federico II", Aerospace Engineering Department 

     

     



    Education and Training

     

     

     

    Date

    From February 2013 - to December 2013

    Name of education center and qualification awarded

    University of Rome "La Sapienza", European 2nd level Master in Space Transportation Systems (STS)

    Principal subjects

    Propulsion, Thermodynamics, GNC, Structures, Flight Mechanics

    Title of final Thesis

    "Nose-to-Tail simulations of a Small-Scale Vehicle within the European project LAPCAT-II"

     

     

    Date

    From April 2009 – to October 2012

    Education center and qualification awarded

    University of Naples "Federico II", M.Sc. degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Principal subjects (Exams passed / Marks)

    Mathematics III (30/30); Reliability and Maintenance (30/30); Hypersonic Aerodynamics (30/30); Advanced Aeronautics Constructions (29/30); Space System I (30/30); Space System II (28/30); Space System III (30/30 cum laude); Aerospace Propulsion II (28/30); Gas‑dynamics II (30/30); Advanced Aerospace Structures (26/30); Space Experiments (30/30); Airplanes Aerodynamics (30/30); Dynamic and Flight Simulation (29/30); Applied Mechanics (30/30). Average mark: 29.3 / 30

    Title of final thesis

    “Aerodynamic analysis of variable geometry re-entry capsules”

    Level in national classification

    Final evaluation: 110/110 cum laude

     

     

    Date

    From September 2005 – to March 2009

    Education center and qualification awarded

    University of Naples "Federico II", B.Sc. degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Title of final thesis

    “Statistic analysis of star tracker’s observations for the design of an autonomous system”

    Level in national classification

    Final evaluation: 109/110

     

     

    Date

    From September 1997 – to June 2003

    Name of education center

    British Council, via Morghen 36, 80100 Naples

    Principal subjects

    English lessons in Speaking, Listening, Comprehension, Writing and Use of English

    Qualification awarded

    First Certificate in English (FCE)attained in June 2003 and six annual course certificates

     

     

    Date

    From September 2000 – to July 2005

    Education center and qualification

    Scientific High school “Virgilio” Pozzuoli (NA) Italy - “Brocca” project, Graduate - Scientific Diploma

    Principal subjects

    Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry

    Level in national classificatio

    Final evaluation 100/100

     

    Extra-curricular certificates: “Physics Olympiad 2005 ”; “IV International Certame Bruniano 2004” (Philosophy)

     

     

    Date

    June 2004

    Name of education center

    Authorized testing center in Pozzuoli (NA), Italy

    Principal subject

    Computer science and Information Technology

    Qualification awarded

    IC3(European Computer Driving License)

     

     

    Date

    From 17 July 2003 – to 29 July 2003; From 17 July 2002 - to 26 July 2002

    Name of education centers

    Universal Language Services in Malta and Universal Language Service in London City

    Principal subject

    English course held by a mother-tongue professors

    Qualification awarded

    Course participation certificate accredited by the British Council

     

     

    Skills and Competences

     

     

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

    Other Language

    Reading

    Writing

    Verbal

    English

    Advanced (C1)

    Advanced (C1)

    Advanced (C1)

    Social skills and competences


     - Excellent relational and communicative skills acquired through sportive experiences

     - Often called in coordinating a group activity

     - Intercultural relationship gained during several experiences in foreign countries

    Organizational skills and competences

     - Strong inclination towards teamwork and time organization

    Computer skills and competences

    Microsoft Windows OS (98, XP, Vista, Seven, 8) - Excellent

    GNU/Linux OS (Ubuntu/Debian) - Good

    Office Suite (Microsoft Office and LibreOffice) - Very Good

    Browsers, email clients, audio/video editing software - Excellent

     

    Technical softwares

    Matlab - Computational algebra - Very Good

    RPA - Rocket Propulsion - Very Good

    C++ - Programming language - Good

    Scilab – Programming language – Very good

    ICEM CFD - Mesh Generation - Very Good

    Fluent - CFD - Very good

    OpenFoam - CFD - Good

    Autocad - 2D CAD - Good

    Catia - 3D CAD_CAM - Good

    Xfoil - 2D panel method - Very good

    Gambit - Geometry and meshing - Good

    NX (Unigraphics) / Vis Mockup - Good

    Other skills and competences

    Intellectually lively and positive, I love to challenge me in order to improve and learn as much as I can. Sociable, dynamic and with a good fluency in speaking, I’m looking for new experiences. For that purpose I’m always enthusiastic about travelling abroad. Furthermore, I have got a great spirit of sacrifice that makes me able to achieve the goals that I undertake.

    Driving license

    Driving license - 'B'

     

     

     

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