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     Date Submitted:21-12-2012
     Last Modified:21-12-2012 (09:06)
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     Current job:Astronautics Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsCubesat, Esa, university, DNEPR, EduSat, UniSat, HAM Radio
    CV

    Nationality(-ies) EU (Italian)

    Date of birth (05/05/1983)

    Desired employment/ Occupational field

    (I’m looking for a job (or a qualifying stage) within the Aerospace sector, which gives me the chance to achieve practical and theoretical knowledge in my field of study.

     

    Work experience

     

    Dates December 2011 - October 2012

    Occupation or position held . . . Collaboration with GAUSS to make the  UNISAT-5 Satellite which will be launched on the DNEPR vector in the Febrary 2013.

    Main activities and responsibilities. . . Responsible for the power budgeting, electronic specialist to make the solar panels and the electronic boards and telecomunications specialist.

    Name and address of employer . . . Scuola di ingegneria Aerospaziale, Via Salaria 851/881 - 00138, University La Sapienza of Rome , http://www.gaussteam.com

     

    Dates April 2011 - December 2011

    Occupation or position held . . . Collaboration with GAUSS to make the micro Satellite  UniCubesat-GG and others project.

    Main activities and responsibilities. . . Studying, design, manufacturing and installation of satellite  Unicubesat-GG, responsible for the electronics (solar panels, electronic boards ) and telecommunications.

    Name and address of employer . . . Scuola ingegneria Aerospaziale, Via Salaria 851/881 - 00138 Roma, University of Roma, La Sapienza, http://www.gaussteam.com

     

    Dates February 2010 - Today

    Occupation or position held . . . Collaboration with GAUSS to make the  Ground Station at Chris Cappell College in Anzio (RM)

    Main activities and responsibilities. . . Responsable of the  Ground Station and workshop teacher

    Name and address of employer . . . Chris Cappell College,Via 21 Aprile n 2 - 00042, Anzio Roma, http://www.liceochriscappell.it/

     

    Dates May 2010 - October 2011

    Occupation or position held . . . Collaboration with GAUSS to make the  EDUSAT Satellite successfully launched on the Dnepr vector August the 17th and perfectly operative.

    Main activities and responsibilities. . . responsible for the power budgeting, electronic specialist to make the solar panels and the electronic boards and telecomunications specialist.

    Name and address of employer . . . Scuola di ingegneria Aerospaziale, Via Salaria 851/881 - 00138, University La Sapienza of Rome , http://www.gaussteam.com

     

    Dates April 2010 - Today

    Occupation or position held . . .  Students’Union representative at Scuola di Ingegneria Aerospaziale La Sapienza

    Main activities and responsibilities. . . Students’Union representative

    Name and address of employer . . . Scuola di ingegneria Aerospaziale, Via Salaria 851/881 - 00138, University La Sapienza of Rome

     

    Dates March - July 2006

    Occupation or position held . . .  Stage

    Main activities and responsibilities. . . Construction and assembly of the airplane ICP Savannah. Activities included: a)Installation of the wings, b) mounting the engine (Rotax 100 HP), c) mounting the flight controls, d) mounting aluminum body techniques with riveting, e) installation of the electrical system.

    Name and address of employer . . .MAG s.a.s. property of Ing. Michelangelo Antonelli, located at the airfield "La Celsetta" (Campagnano di Roma)

    Type of business or sector . . . Aeronautical Engineer

     

    Dates 2001 - Today

    Occupation or position held . . .  Computer technician

    Main activities and responsibilities. . . Hardware and software maintenance, teaching of. Education and training

     

    Dates July 2011.

    Title of qualification awarded . . . Ham Radio License.

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . Telecommunications, electronic, hamradio technique.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . Ministero delle Comunicazioni italiano

    Level in national or international classification. . .HARMONIZED AMATEUR RADIO EXAMINIATION CERTIFICATE (HAREC)

     

    Dates October 2010

    Title of qualification awarded . . . BLS (Basic Life Support).

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . BLS.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . Croce Rossa Italiana.

    Level in national or international classification. . . BLS (Basic Life Support)

     

    Dates March 2010

    Title of qualification awarded . . . Workshop ENAC: The Damage Tollerance Certificate. Composite and nanotechnology for Aerospace.

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . Damage Tollerance, Aerospace certicate, Materials for the aerospace, Aerospace Structures.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . .ENAC and Universitá di Roma La Sapienza.

     

    Dates January 2012 - Today

    Title of qualification awarded . . .  Engineering Astronautical Master Degree.

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . Astrodynamic, Space Flight Mechanics, Space Technologies, Space Propulsions, Systems of aerospace remote sensing, Project of space missions, Aerospace guidance and navigation systems, Structures and materials for Aerospace,systems for radio interplanetary missions, Nanotechnology for space, Electronics, Electronic Guidance System.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . Universitá di Roma La Sapienza.

    Level in national or international classification

    . . . Classe 25/S - LM/20

     

    Dates January - May 2010

    Title of qualification awarded . . . Yacht design workshop - La Sapienza.

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . Fluid dynamics, science of nautical constructions, design and principles of the sailboat, Elements of hydrodynamic boat.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . Universitá di Roma La Sapienza.

     

    Dates November 2009

    Title of qualification awarded . . .  Aerospace Engineering Bachelor Degree.

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . Aerospace Materials, Aerodynamics, Science of constructions, Propulsion, Aircraft Design, Aerospace Constructions , Thermodynamics, Technical Design, Electromagnetism, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mechanics, Computer Science, Safety of industrial plants, Flight Mechanics, Technology Aerospace Engineering, laboratory Aircraft Assembly.

     Graduation Thesis: Analysis and testing of a robotic manipulator for the space use. (Prof. Paolo Gasbarri)

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . Universitá di Roma La Sapienza.

    Level in national or international classification. . . Classe N. L-9

     

    Dates October - May 2009

    Title of qualification awarded . . . Workshop Certificate of attendance and training for security coordinator in the planning phase and the execution phase.

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . .TU Normative.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . Universitá di Roma La Sapienza.

    Level in national or international classification. . .Valid under Art. 98 of Legislative Decree 81/08.

     

    Dates April - July 2009

    Title of qualification awarded . . .  Project SSETI (Student Space Exploration and Technology Initiative Association) Swarm Mission

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . Electronic of solar panels, Termodynamic, Science of constructions.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . Universitá di Roma La Sapienza.

     

    Dates April - July 2007

    Title of qualification awarded . . .  Stage

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . Lechnical-theoretical lessons for the assembly of an ultralight aircraft.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . .MAG s.a.s. property of Ing. Michelangelo Antonelli, located at the airfield "La Celsetta" (Campagnano di Roma)

     

    Dates October - November 2006

    Title of qualification awarded . . . Workshop during the course of Aerospace Propulsion in accordance to EASA Aircraft Maintenance.

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . Normative EASA, JAR, JAA, ICAO.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . Universitá di Roma La Sapienza.

     

    Dates July 2002

    Title of qualification awarded . . .  Electronical and Telecommunication technician diploma

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered

    . . . Electronic, Telecommunication, T.D.P., Informatic systems, Robotics, Software design.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training

    . . . ITIS G.Cardano Piazza della Resistenza, 1, 00015, Monterotondo.

    Level in national or international classification

    . . .UNESCO ISCED 3C.

     

    Dates October 2001 - July 2002

    Title of qualification awarded . . .  Course of sperimental robotics.

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills covered. . . I learnt Robotics, Electronics, T.D.P., Software design to Make a personal robot for italian championship of robotic.

    Name and type of organization providing education and training. . . ITIS G.Cardano Piazza della Resistenza, 1, 00015, Monterotondo.

     

    Personal skills and competences

    Mother tongue(s) Italian

    English, Spanish

    Self-assessment

    European level(*)

     Understanding Speaking Writing

    Listening Reading Spoken

    interaction

    Spoken

    production

    English B1 Independent

    user

    B1 Independent

    user

    B1 Independent

    user

    B1 Independent

    user

    B1 Independent

    user

     Spanish A1 Basic user A1 Basic user A1 Basic user A1 Basic user A1 Basic user

    (*)Common European Framework of Reference (CEF) level

     

    Social skills and competences

    Experience gained from April 2010 until now in the position of Student Representative of Astronautics Engineering where, daily and during the various university councils Faculty of my relationship with professors to discuss and resolve issues related to internal and external to the in my field of study. Experience gained during my relationship with MBDA to develop the thesis for Electronic Guidance System exam.

    Excellent preparation in teamwork gained during the various courses which I followed and studied, with the natural inclination to reach their goals. Excellent ability in interacting with colleagues / students and in creating a good communication. Ready to travel and meet people all over the world, and to create and maintain these contacts through IT tools for communication.

     

    Organisational skills and competences

    Experience gained during my collaboration with the Group for the realization of Gauss UNISAT-5, Edusat of UniCubeSat-DD, and other projects inside the University. Experiences during internship at M.A.G. and during the SSETI SWARM project in which I took part actively with a group of people where I was nominated by Professor Gasbarri, Group Leader and Coordinator for the communication of data determined by us at the ASI.

     

    Technical skills and competences

    Capacity in manual jobs gained during the occasional work carried out for: the realization of satellite Edusat, UNISAT-DD, UNISAT 5 and other University internal projects.

    Skills in electronics and robotics gained during high school years and practiced in my thesis degree, university projects within the realization of electronic parts for various projects and in the PCs sector. Experience gained in the analysis of solar panels and their installation and expert in welding smd components. Capacity in manual jobs gained during the internship at MAG where a two-seater ultralight aircraft has been handmade from scratch with the collaboration of other students.

     

    Computer skills and competences

    ECDL,  Operative System: Windows, Macintosh, Linux.  Programming language: C++, Visual Basic, Pascal, Fortram90, Matlab, Simulink, Latex.  Graphic Programs: Video Editing, Photoshop.  Technical Programs: Pro Engineering, Simulink, Advanced Aircraft Analysis, Orcad, Kikad, Matlab, Maya, Catia, Maxsurf, Solid Works, Nastran-Patran, Altium designer, some  Ham software for the controll and acquisition data process use on the ground station.

     

    Artistic skills and competences Photography, painting, music and writing

    Other skills and competences Aquarium and botanic.

    Driving licence(s) IT - Driving licence type A and B

     

    Additional information

    Dipartiment of Astronautic and Aerospace Engineering of University La Sapienza of Rome : Prof. Paolo Gasbarri - Ing. Riccardo Monti .  Scuola di Ingegneria

    Aerospaziale of University La Sapienza of Rome : Prof. F. Graziani , Prof G. B. Palmerini, Prof. P. Teofilatto, Prof. F. Curti, Prof. A. Paolozzi.

     

    Personal interests

    - Media and new media: cinema, Internet, publishing. - Read (all kinds), and writing.

    - Sports: swimming, water polo (Series D), Rugby, basketball (with whom he won the regional championship in 1999), volleyball, football (I played in the promotion in Saint Lucia Team for approximately 2 year). - Travel; - Politics (International with particular interest in the dynamics of the Economy of the European Union , social.)

     

    Availability

    . . .Available to travel around the world.

     

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