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    Personal information
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:22-03-2013
     Last Modified:22-03-2013 (07:13)
    Job information
     Current job:System Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:,
     KeywordsVEGA launch campaign, ground operations, feasibility analysis, requirement management, project documentation, system validation tests, software development, data analysis, Bid, Matlab/Simulink, C program languages, AutoCad 2D/3D
    CV

    Nationality: Italian

    Gender: Female


    Work experience

    Dates: from February 2009 to December 2012
    Occupation or position held: Temporary / Contract / Project, System Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities: As System Engineer in Ground Segment Department, I have been involved in the following projects:

    VEGA GS (Vettore Europeo di Generazione Avanzata)
    Study and installation of fluidic systems for the new launch platform which will be utilized by the launcher VEGA.
    ESA Project followed by CNES within CSG (European Space Centre) in French Guyana.
    * System Engineering / Integration: (on site)
    * Verification of installations
    * Execution and coordination of tests in the fluidic field;
    * Verification of system conditions and operations in ZLV (VEGA Launch Zone) during the First Launch Campaign;
    * Support and preparation of the Fluidic System for the First Launch Campaign;
    * Study of improvements post launch;
    * Support to Product Assurance Department;
    * Project Management: redaction of Project Documentation:
    * Phase 0 and Phase 1 Test Procedures;
    * Reports of Test Results;
    * Installation and as built drawings;
    * Commissioning Procedure of system;

    SARA (System support for SSA Requirements Analysis)
    Feasibility study of an innovative system for debris surveillance in LEO regime based on the combination of UHF radar and optical telescopes for the SSA program (Space Situational Awareness).
    ESA Project carried out in cooperation with the “Dipartimento di Matematica di Pisa”, INAF (Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica) and the IST - CNR.
    * Feasibility Analysis: study of constraints provided by ESA;
    * Requirements Management: preliminary analysis of Requirements Specification;
    * Software Development: generation of a Matlab program for the simulation of data supplied by a ground telescope;
    * Systems Integration:
    * Verification of data consistency and program functionality compared to constraints of Requirements Specification
    * Simulations and trade-off of different configurations studied for the system;
    * Project Management: redaction of Project Documentation
    * Data Analysis;

    TELAD (CoV TELescopes Analysis and Design) progression of SARA Project
    Feasibility study of an innovative system for debris surveillance based on orbiting and ground optical systems for the SSA program (Space Situational Awareness).
    ESA Project carried out in cooperation with the “Dipartimento di Matematica di Pisa”, INAF (Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica) and the ISTI – CNR.
    * Bid;
    * Feasibility Analysis: study of constraints provid ed by ESA;
    * Requirements Management: preliminary analysis of Requirements Specification;

    BCS (Bureau de Coordination Sauvegarde)
    Study and installation of LCS systems (Low Current and Safety) for the new Control Room utilized by Sauvegarde (Authority responsible for Security)
    ESA Project followed by CNES within CSG (European Space Centre) in French Guyana.
    * Bid;
    * Feasibility Analysis: study of constraints provided by ESA;
    * Requirements Management: preliminary analysis of Requirements Specification;
    * System Engineering: study and design of systems and interfaces;

    Name and address of employer
    Compagnia Generale per lo Spazio S.p.A. (CGS, formerly Carlo Gavazzi Space S.p.A.)
    150, via Gallarate, 20151, Milano (MI), Italy
    Type of business or sector
    Space System Engineering


    Education and training

    Dates: October 2009
    Title of qualification awarded: Certificate of attendance
    Refresher Course “STK Comprehensive week training” c/o GM Spazio s.r.l. – Rome
    Analytical Graphics, Inc


    Dates: September 1998 – October 2008
    Title of qualification awarded: 5-year Italian laurea in Aerospace Engineering, final mark 70/100
    Thesis Title: ‘Estensione di un visualizzatore spaziale open - source per la simulazione di orbite geocentriche’ (Extent of an open-source space visualizer for simulation of geocentric orbits).

    During my university years I worked at different projects:
    * I participate in the study of thermal subsystem of a satellite orbiting around Earth for a Preliminary phase of a space mission
    * Development of digital control for the reduction of a mechanical arm's oscillations.
    * Development of the attitude control system of a satellite
    * Preliminary calculations for the project of an aircraft (Bombardier Challenger 604)

    Moreover to support myself while studying I carried out different professional experiences in marketing, sales and private teaching field which fostered me to improve my personal and social/organizational skills.

    Qualified to exercise the engineering profession, state examination session of April 2009 at Politecnico di Milano.
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training
    Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy


    Personal skills and competences

    Mother tongue(s): Italian


    Other language(s) (Self-assessment European level)

    English
    Understanding
    * Listening: B1
    * Reading: B2
    Speaking
    * Spoken interaction: B1
    * Spoken production: B1
    Writing: B2

    French
    Understanding
    * Listening: A2
    * Reading: B1
    Speaking
    * Spoken interaction: A2
    * Spoken production: A2
    Writing: A2

    Language certifications
    Certificate testifying:
    English: in 2010 Certificate of the CEF B1 – Level Threshold
    English: in 2006 TOEFL


    Social skills and competences
    * Strong team working skills: I have worked in various types of teams from work team to theatre group.
    * Strong problem solving skills
    * Excellent Communication and Relational skills: my last job at CGS is giving me the opportunity to learn how work on the borders between collaborators, consultants and clients. Moreover I worked like private educator during my university study period.
    * Intercultural skills: I am experienced in working in an European dimension thanks to temporary transfer at CSG (Centre Spatial Guyanais) in French Guyana that gave me the opportunity to participate in national (ASI) and international (ESA, CNES) projects with people coming from several different countries.


    Technical skills and competences
    * Space system engineering skills acquired during my experience at CGS.
    * Relevant Experience in phase 0 and phase 1 studies.
    * Relevant Experience in Concurrent Design Engineering.
    * Proficient in assessing data and formulating solutions.


    Computer skills and competences
    Operating System:
    * Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Windows XP, Vista and 7;
    * Basic knowledge of Linux;
    Microsoft Office:
    * Excellent knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio and Outlook
    Tools:
    * Good knowledge of Matlab, Simulink and AutoCad 2D - 3D;
    * Basic knowledge of STK, Minitan, Flowcalc;
    Program Languages:
    * C, TI-BASIC and LUA;


    Artistic skills and competences
    * Reading: leisure activities
    * Drawing: leisure activities, preference for oil painting and pencil drawing and murals.
    * Theatre group: leisure activities in youth for 2 years as actress.
    * Music: leisure activities in youth as piano player and singer.


    Other skills and competences
    * Volleyball: agonistic experience in youth as setter.
    * Kick-boxing: leisure activities for 5 years.
    * Pilates: leisure activities.


    Driving licence: Category B


    Additional information
    RECOGNITION: Vega VV01 Qualification Flight - Certificate of Achievement
    As part of the outstanding team which led to the flawless Vega Qualification Flight on 13th
    of February 2012

     


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