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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:15-01-2013
     Last Modified:22-01-2013 (08:31)
    Job information
     Current job:Mission analyst
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsMission Analysis, System Engineering, Mission Design
    CV
    WORK EXPERIENCE
     
    Dates:     From March 2007 to July 2007
    Name and address of employer:    Carlo Gavazzi Space S.p.A., in Milano (MI) – ITALY
    Type of business or sector:    Aerospace company, design and construction of space systems, mainly satellites
    Occupation or position held:    Stage for University
    Main activities and responsibilities:   Thermal analyst in a research project of possible prediction of  the duration of thermal tests on space systems and creation of an internal database
     
    Dates:     From November 2011 to May 2012
    Name and address of employer:    University of Strathclyde, in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
    Type of business or sector:    Advanced Space Concepts Laboratory, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
    Occupation or position held:    Study for trajectory optimization of ESMO mission
    Main activities and responsibilities:   Mission analyst in a research project about the use of State Transition Matrix in the optimization of WSB transfer trajectories for ESMO mission
     
    EDUCATION AND TRAINING
     
    Dates:    From September 2007 to October 2012
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training:    Politecnico di Milano, Master of Science in Space Engineering
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered:    Mission Analysis, thermo-structural design of space systems, propulsion and energetic subsystems design, orbital attitude control, operations and communications with ground station, integration of space systems.
    Participation, during the course “Space Systems Design” to a teamwork about the feasibility study (phase A) of an automatic reconnaissance mission in the Neptune-Triton system, with personal specialization in the field of Mission Analysis.   Final presentation at ESTEC headquarters in Noordwijk, NL, and acceptance of a paper at “21st AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting” in New Orleans, LA, on the subject “RESONANT ORBITS AND AEROBRAKING MANEUVERS TO VISIT THE NEPTUNE-TRITON SYSTEM”
    Thesis titled “Trajectory optimization for ESMO mission”, written subsequently to work done at Strathclyde University, Glasgow
    Title of qualification awarded:    Space Engineer
     
    Dates:    From september 2003 to july 2007
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training:    Politecnico di Milano, 1st level Degree in Aerospace engineering
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered:    ELEMENTS OF MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS (A) AND OF GEOMETRY, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS B, ELECTROTECHNICS AND APPLIED ELECTRONICS, NUMERICAL CALCULUS A, CHEMISTRY A, ECONOMY AND COMPANY ORGANIZATION C, EXPERIMENTAL PHSICS A + B, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY C, FOUNDAMENTALS OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING (C.I.), AUTOMATION, THERMODYNAMICS, FLUID DYNAMICS I, AEROSPACE PLANTS, SCIENCE OF CONSTRUCTIONS, AEROSPACE STRUCTURES, RATIONAL MECHANICS, AERODYNAMICS I, AEROSPACE SYSTEMS DYNAMICS, FLIGHT MECHANICS, SPACE FLIGHT MECHANICS, MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR AEROSPACE ENGINEERING, AEROSPACE PROJECT, ENERGETIC SYSTEMS FOR SPACE,  SPACE SYSTEMS, AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGIES
    Thesis titled “Creazione di una base dati e identificazione della durata di prove termiche spaziali”, written subsequently to work done at Carlo Gavazzi Space S.p.A.
    Title of qualification awarded:    Aerospace Engineer, Space and Propulsion Address
     
    Dates:    From september 1998 to july 2003
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training:    Liceo Scientifico “Paolo Frisi”, Monza, Italy
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered:    Cultural preparation, both scientific and literary, preparatory to university studies
    Title of qualification awarded:    Diploma of scientific maturity
     
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    PERSONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES (Acquired in the course of life and career but not necessarily covered by formal certificates and diplomas.)
     
    MOTHER TONGUE:    ITALIAN 
     
    OTHER LANGUAGES:
     
    ENGLISH  -  TOEFL certification of 09-22-2005 (TOTAL SCORE: 267)
    • Reading skills:  EXCELLENT
    • Writing skills:  EXCELLENT
    • Verbal skills:  GOOD

    FRENCH
    • Reading skills  GOOD
    • Writing skills  FAIR
    • Verbal skills  FAIR
     
    SOCIAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:
    Team spirit, adaptability to multicultural environments, communication capabilities. Skills acquired during study holidays abroad (( July2002 ) study holiday in USA ( Los Angeles ), ( July 2001 ) study holiday in England( London ), (July 2000 ) study holiday in Wales( Powys), ( April 1994 ) study holiday in USA ( Miami ) ), as well as during stage at Carlo Gavazzi Space S.p.A., in international collaborations, and mostly during my stay at strathclyde university, glasgow, in a stimulating and multicultural environment.

    ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:
    Sense of organization, management of team works.  Skills acquired in scholastic environment, in social life and in leisure activities.   In particular during stage activity at Carlo Gavazzi Space S.p.A., as well as during team project about feasibility study of an automatic mission in the Neptune-Triton system and of course during my stay at Strathclyde University, Glasgow
     
    TECHNICAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:
    Proficiency in the use of advanced engineering programs (Matlab, Nastran, Femap, Comsol, STK,…), as well as basic informatic competences (Microsoft Windows, Office package (Micrsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint), Internet, etc.)
    Skills acquired in scholastic environment and leisure activities.
     
    ARTISTIC SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:
    Drawing, writing.
     
    OTHER SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:
    PADI Open Water Diver license
    PADI Advanced Open Water Diver license
    PADI Enriched Air NITROX Diver License
     
    DRIVING LICENCE(S):    B Class European driving license
     
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