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     Date Submitted:28-03-2013
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     Current job:Senior Scientific Software Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:,
     KeywordsPhysics Degree, Post Graduate Certification, high experience and professional skill in analysis and architectural design, project design and team coordination. Particular attention to scientific contexts and passion for tecnological innovation and physi
    CV

    Job Experience

    1) Senior Software Enginner at SERCO SpA  for ESA/ESRIN (since January 2015)

    Within the "Intrument Data Quality Evaluation and Analysis Service" (IDEAS) project for ESA-ESRIN EOP-G Division,

    Main responsibilities:
    IPF and Quality Control Tools maintenance and evolution,

    Activity:

    -support to the IPF and Quality Control Tools maintenance and evolution Team,
    -support to the Scientific Teams
    As part of Task-2 and QC tool team, primary duties are:
    Follow-up of IPF/IPP/QC- tools software evolution projects
    Driving IPF/IPP/QC-tools software anomaly investigations, in strict liason with Instrument teams and software mainteiners ( executions of test run, interfacing with PDGS and reprocessing centres)
    Driving IPF/IPP/QC-tools software verification in strict liason with Instrument teams (definition of Verification Test Plan, SW installation, execution of test runs, driving and collating inputs from instruments teams and writing the relative test reports)

    2) Senior Software Engineer in Vitrociset S.p.A. (March 2001 - December 2015)

    Main responsibilities:

    Software Development Team Leader

    Scientific Team Leader

    Software Assembling Integration and Validation (AIV) Responsible

    Tutor for Post Degree students in Aerospace Engineering Master

    Activity:

    Research and development

    System and Software Requirements definition and analysis

    Reverse Engineering

    Business Processes Re-Engineering

    Analysis, Design and Software and System Architecture design

    Software programmers Team leading

    Test and Validation group leading

    Areas:

    Space:Satellite ground station, Image and High Resolution data elaboration, Satellite Platform management, Earth Observation Satellite data exploitation

    Civile: Disaster and risk management, Air control Management

    Meteorology: Meteorological data decoding interpretation and image representation, Support to Italian Aeronautical M. personnel for meteorological data production

    Courses:

    “Advanced Business Component Development with Enterprise JavaBeans (TM) Techology”-SL-351

    “Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML” - OO-226

    2) DUTY SCIENTIST at Telespazio S.p.A. (Agust 1996-February 2000),

    Main Activities

    Telemetry data Quality Control and Monitoring during “Beppo Sax” Scientific Mission at Scientific Operation Center (SOC) of Rome.;

    Monitoring and Control of On-board instruments data;

    Quick Look Analysis of scientific data

    Pre-elaboration of Mission plans after new transient source discovery

    Software Support for standard scientific production

    Research activities

    3) Math and Physics teaching experience at CEPU institute for High school and University students (February 1996-June 1996).

    4) Math and Physics teaching experience (January1995-April 1995) at High Scientific School “Liceo Scientifico Statale - Democrito” and at “Liceo Classico Statale – Plauto”.

    Educational Background

    Post Graduate Certification:

    MASTER in “Tecnologie avanzate dell’informazione e della comunicazione” (“Advanced Technology of Information and Communication” – subject: Information Technology) attended at I.I.A.S.S (Istituto Internazionale per gli Alti Studi Scientifici – International Institute for High Scientific Studies) (2001).

    Stage:

    Stage attended at ESA (European Space Agency) ESRIN (May-December 2000). Title of project-work: “Earth Observation applications, geographic information system for risk management in urban areas ”.

    Post Degree Course:

    English course (November 1999-February 2000) attended at the SHENKER Institute of Rome.

    Post Degree Activity:

    Activity research (April 1994 - February 1996) for MITO (millimeter and Infrared Testagrigia Observatory) project at Experimental Cosmological Laboratory “G31” – University of Rome “La Sapienza”.

    Degree:

    Physics Degree (1994) (“Astrophysics and Space Physics”) – University of Rome “ La Sapienza”; principal subjects studied: IR Astronomy, X-ray Astronomy, Cluster of galaxies, Cosmic Background Radiation.

    Stage Experience

    Stage attended at ESA (European Space Agency) near Frascati ESRIN (May-December 2000).

    project-work: “Earth Observation applications, geographic information system for risk management in urban areas ”.

    Main activities and research subjects

    Radar,SAR (synthetic aperture radar), SAR differential interferometry, Subsidence,Permanent Scatterers (PSs),Geographic Information System (GIS).

    Technical expertise

    Programming Languages:

    Fortran, IDL, PV-WAVE, C, C++, Java, Visual Basic, ADA, UML, Unix Shell Script (KSH, CSH), Perl, HTML, J2EE, JSP, Struts, javascript

    Operating System

    DOS, Windows*, Window NT workstation, Linux, Unix, Sun Solaris

    DataBase:

    Oracle, MySql

    Studies, Research and professional skills

    Analysis and algorithm development for High resolution optical image

    SAR image focalization with innovative processing algorithm

    Earth Observation, satellite data and risk & disaster management

    Data integration on cartographic references for environmental handling

    Master courses

    C++, Java, UML, GIS, VB, ASP, Software parallelo, grafica 3D, Elaborazioni di Segnali, Fuzzy-logic, Oracle.

    References

    Co-author of 16 scientific papers published on the following scientific international review:

    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

    Nuclear Physics

    Astrophysical Letters and Communications

    Astronomy & Astrophysics,

    Memorie della Società Astronomica Italiana

    Acta Astronautica

    IAUC (International Astronomical Union Circulars)

    Prizes

    BRUNO ROSSI PRIZE for 1998 from the High Energy Astrophysics Division of the American Astronomical Society.

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