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     Date Submitted:26-02-2013
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     Current job:Ministry of Infrastructures and Transportation (MIT) Executive Officer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
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     KeywordsStrong interest about technology and innovation, especially aerospace sector, telecommunications, electronics, automotive, defense technologies, IT, media. Marked attitude in interpersonal communication and team work. Interest in economics and finan
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    PERSONAL DATA

    Place and date of birth:  Rome 22/7/1986

    Nationality:  Italian

     

    EDUCATION

    May 2016:  GMAT - Graduate Management Admission Test exam.

    June 2014 - August 2014:  IELTS Preparation Course (Academic Module), NSW Australia.

    October 2013:  State Certification Exam (Professional Board of Industrial Engineers).

    January 2010 - January 2013:  M.Sc. Space Engineering

    University of Rome "La Sapienza" (Scuola di Ingegneria Aerospaziale - Centro Ricerca Progetto San Marco)

    Specialization in “Technologies and standards for access to space”.

    Experimental Thesis: “Long Term Data Preservation and applications of Nimbus 7- Coastal Zone Colour Scanner data set” (drafted in English).

    September 2005 - January 2010:  B.Sc.  Aerospace Engineering

    University of Rome "La Sapienza"

    September 2000 - July 2005:  High School scientific diploma. Linguistic experimentation (English - French).  Score: 92/100 (AAB Level).

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    February 2020 – Present:  Ministry of Infrastructures and Transportation, Milan, Italy

    Government Executive Officer.

    July 2019 – January 2020: Bareways GmbH, Lubeck, Germany.

    Earth Observation Data Scientist - EU Funding programs management.

    September 2017 – July 2019: GeoRisk, Co-founder. Supported by European Commission Copernicus Accelerator.

    Risk Prediction and assessment for Primary Insurance and Reinsurance companies by exploiting Geospatial data.

    October 2015 - Dec 2016:  Design Engineering collaboration with FSS Tech, UK. Project Development (European Space Agency ITTs).

    April 2015 – September 2019: EasyTrack, Founder. Startup Finalist in European Commission’s Galileo Masters (ESNC 2015 – Bavaria Challenge; ESNC 2016 – University Challenge; ESNC 2017 – Poland Challenge; Galileo 5G IoT Challenge 2018-2019), ESA Business Incubation Centre (ESA BIC) Bavaria and ESA BIC Portugal.

    Project Management, Business Plan Development, Market Research, Startup proposals preparation and presentation.

    March 2013 - May 2013: CPM Electronics. Mechanical Design, production and maintenance of Military / Civilian Radio Jammers for National (Police, Armed Forces) and International markets (Middle East, Asia).

    April 2012 - January 2013: European Space Agency (ESA-ESRIN). Earth Observation Ground Segment Management Office. Long Term Data Preservation – Heritage Data Program (LTDP+). Remote Sensing Critical Data management and preservation, Geo-Information Services, Software Development.

    2010 - 2018: Family Business. Professional Engineering studio. Building design and estate sales for residential and commercial. Property management. Customer Relationships pre and after sales. Renewable energies. Development of Photovoltaic Power Plants (on the ground) in various European Countries, Iran and Australia.

    March 2009 – June 2009:  MAG Industrie Aeronautiche – Production and AIT Engineer, Lightweight Aircraft manufacturing.

     

    PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

    November 2019:  Galileo Masters Italian Challenge (Italian Space Agency - ASI) Finalist.

    September 2019: Galileo 5G IoT Challenge. Gilching, Bavaria, Germany. Finalist, Pitch Presentation.

    May 2019: ESA Living Planet Symposium 2019, Milan, Italy.

    December 2018: Marseille, France: European Space Week 2018: Pitch Presentations, Public Speaking.

    September 2018: EIT-KIC Climate Launchpad 2018 National Final, sponsored by EU. Pitch Presentation. Bologna, Italy.

    September 2018: Prague, Czech Republic:  Finalist in the European Satellite Navigation Competition 2018 – Czech Republic and Galileo 5G IoT Challenges. Public Presentations.

    June - September 2018: EIT-KIC Climate Launchpad 2018 Bootcamp, sponsored by EU. Bologna, Italy.

    December 2017, Gdansk, Poland: Finalist in the ESNC 2017 – Poland Challenge.  Awarded with the 3rd Place cash prize. Public Presentation.

    November 2017, Tallinn, Estonia, European Space Week 2017: Finalist in Copernicus Masters. Copernicus Accelerator Bootcamp. Public Presentation.

    November 2016: Finalist in the ESNC - European Satellite Navigation Competition 2016 – University Challenge. Project Awarded with the 3rd Place.

    November 2015, Munich, Germany: Presentation of a startup project (EasyTrack GNSS Tracking System - Business Model and Marketing) at ESA Business Incubation Centre Bavaria, Munich, Germany.

    September - October 2015, Munich, Germany: Selected as a finalist in the ESNC Competition – Bavaria Challenge 2015 at Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen (AZO) Munich, Germany. Pitch Presentation. Awarded with the Regional 3rd Place.

    November 2013, PV 2013 International Conference, ESA – ESRIN: Ensuring the Long-Term Preservation and Value Adding to Scientific and Technical Data. 

    Paper title: Nimbus-7 Coastal Zone Color Scanner dataset recovery

    (Oral and Poster Presentation)

    Presentation of a Scientific Paper concerning the activities carried out at the European Space Agency during the internship.

     

    LANGUAGES

    English

    IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

    Academic Module Overall Score

    IELTS Preparation Course, Gold Coast, NSW Australia (June- August 2014).

                                  Fluent. Confident use of technical language.

    French:   Fluent.  

     

    SKILLS

    Programming languages

    MATLAB, FORTRAN, Phyton, Simulink

    Tools

    MS Office Suite; Prezi; Data Encryption: PGP Pretty Good Privacy, GPG Keychain, Kleopatra; Lotus Notes. Operative Systems: Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac Os; iOS and Android application development; Virtual Machines: VM Ware, Parallels; UAV piloting

    CAD

    SolidWorks, Autocad, 3D Printing

    IT

    Machine and Deep Learning architectures: Convolutional Neural Network, Back Propagation; Cloud and Web Service development; Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies

    Microcontroller

    Arduino, Raspberry Pi

    Remote Sensing data handling tools

    SNAP, QGis, ArcMap, ArcGis, Envi, Erdas, Beam VISAT, Copernicus RUS, SeaDas

    Satellite Navigation

    Multi GNSS and GPS KPIs analysis; GNSS Raw Measurements; Algorithms development for GDOP calculation; EGNOS integration, EDAS ESSP; Augmentation Systems: SBAS, GBAS; Kalman Filters; Pseudolites; ADAS and autonomous driving (Patent, trainings), GNSS integration in ERTMS/ETCS/SCMT for rail (trainings); PowerMap

    Telecommunications

    Link Budgets, IoT (Nb, LoRa and LPWA networks), M2M Gsm, TCP/IP, Iridium, RF

    Spacecraft Control / Engineering

    SCOS-2000, STK AGI, EGSE standards

    Project management tools

    Open Project

    Business Development

    Relation with customers, Market Analysis, Pricing Strategies, Customer Discovery, Extensive experience in proposals preparation and public presentations at international level and high-profile events, Business Plans and Business Models development, Lean Startup, Intellectual Property management and Patents drafting

     

    TRAINING

    October – December 2010: First Aid and Basic Life Support. International Red Cross

    July 2012: Security and Safety Manager, European Space Agency

    May 2014: SCOS-2000 - Interactive Simulation Session for Satellite Operations. Invited by Telespazio Vega Deutschland GmbH. Berlin, Germany

    January – July 2018: Business Trainings and bootcamps provided by European Commission (Copernicus Accelerator / Climate Launchpad- EIT Climate KIC)

     

    Board of Engineers:

    January 2017: Executive Design and Operation of Grid-connected Photovoltaic Plants with Implemented Storage

    February 2017: IoT. Chip Programming and Industrial Automation

    June 2017: Autonomous Driving and ADAS: secured communications between intelligent vehicles and smart roads

    September –November 2017: Cyber Security Manager

    December 2017: Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies. Basics, applications and developments

    April 2018: Satellites for 5G communications networks

    May 2018: O&M for Photovoltaic Systems

    June 2018: Railway network technology plan and evolution of train traffic protection systems (ERTMS/ETCS)

    October 2018: Smart Roads and Waterproofing techniques

    March - May 2019: Intellectual Property rights

    July 2019: Italian Space Agency (ASI) 5G Workshop

    October 2019: Technical Visit to Brenner Basistunnel (BBT)

     

     PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS, SPORTS AND HOBBIES

    Member of SGAC (Space Generation Advisory Council) and of the Italian Professional Board of Engineers (A36331).

    Sports: swimming, water polo, surfing, ski, snowboarding, skydiving, scuba diving, golf.

     


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