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     Date Submitted:03-05-2013
     Last Modified:27-05-2013 (09:53)
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     Current job:Junior Test Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Space Tourism
     KeywordsHigh efficiency space solar cells, Testing, AIV, AIT, ESA Standards
    CV

     

    Desired occupational field

    AIT/AIV, Spacecraft Controller/Operator

     

    Work experience

     

    Dates                                                     From September 2011 up to January 2013

    Occupation or position held              Junior Test Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    ·         Study and implementation of international ESA ECSS Standards for the qualification and certification of high efficiency space photovoltaic solar cells

    ·         Preparation of test setups and execution of test procedures in accordance with specifications (mainly: mechanical testing, thermal testing, humidity testing, long storage simulation, electron and proton irradiation testing)

    ·         Test data analysis and preparation of technical reports

    ·         Highlighting risks and critical results and reaction to anomalies

    Name and address of employer      CESI S.p.A, Via Rubattino 54, 20134, Milan, Italy

    Type of business or sector                Experimental Electro-Technical Centre, Sector: R&D/Design

     

     

    Dates                                                     From June 2010 to August 2011

    Occupation or position held              Internship for Master’s Degree in Space Engineering

    Main activities and responsibilities

    ·         Execution (working on shifts) of the post growth processes on high-efficiency solar cells for space applications and for terrestrial concentration applications: mainly photolithography, metal deposition, cutting, electrical characterization and statistical analysis of the results

    ·         Experimental activity aimed at the “Electrical characterization and qualification of high efficiency space solar cells and terrestrial concentration solar cells (CPV)”

    Name and address of employer      CESI S.p.A, Via Rubattino 54, 20134, Milan, Italy

    Type of business or sector                Experimental Electro-Technical Centre, Sector: R&D/Design

     

     

    Dates                                                     From May 2007 to September 2007

    Occupation or position held              Internship for Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Main activities and responsibilities

    ·         Experimental activity performed at Experimental Technology Laboratory, aimed at the “Study of the effect of AgustaWestland lubricants on preventing Scuffing on transmissions”

    Name and address of employer      AgustaWestland, Via Giovanni Agusta 520, (VA), Italy

    Type of business or sector                Aeronautics Industry, Sector: Transmission Centre

     

    Education and training

     

    Dates                                                     From September 2007 to September 2009

    Title of qualification awarded            Master’s Degree in Space Engineering

    Name and type of organisation        Politecnico di Milano (Bovisa), Via La Masa 34, 20158, Milan, Italy

    Level in national classification          Assessment: 94/110 (1st April 2011)

    Remarkable projects                          Space Systems Engineering Course:

                     Teamwork preliminary study to understand the feasibility of a long term

                     scientific mission towards Venus. Definition of:

    ·         Missionrequirements and payloads

    ·         Spacecraft mission operations preparation

    ·         Missionphases (study of pre-launch, interplanetary transfer, parking orbit acquisition, descent, samples collection, ascent,  randezvous and docking, re-entry transfer)

    ·         Troubleshooting and reporting of architecture trade-offs

    ·         Overall systems budget and sizing

    ·         Cost and risk analysis

     

    Dates                                                     From September 2004 to September 2007

    Title of qualification awarded            Bachelor’s Degree in Space Engineering

    Name and type of organisation         Politecnico di Milano (Bovisa), Via La Masa 34, 20158, Milan, Italy

    Level in national classification           Assessment: 101/110 (1st April 2011)

     

    Dates                                                     From September 1999 to September 2004

    Title of qualification awarded            High School Scientific Diploma

    Principal subjects/occupational skills       Experimental section of Maths and Physics

    Name and type of organisation                   Liceo Scientifico Statale Bertrand Russell, (MI), Italy

    Level in national classification                     Assessment: 100/100

     

    Languages

     

    Mother tongue                                       Italian

     

    Other language                                     English

    Level                                                        High (Reading, Listening), Good (Speaking, Writing)

    Certificates                                             TOEFL-IBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language), 24th June 2006

     

    Other language                                      German

    Level                                                         B2.1 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)

    Certificates                                              Goethe-Zertifikat A2 / Start Deutsch 2, 23rd July 2012

     

    Personal skills and competences

     

    Social skills and competences

    ·         Assertive behaviour

    ·         Ability to work in shifts and adaptability

    ·         Calm reactions in critical situations

    ·         Ability to work under pressure

    Organisational skills                                                       

    ·         High degree of reliability, autonomy and dedication to activities

    ·         Well-developed communication skills and ability in presentations

    ·         Ability to work in team but also independently

    ·         Flexibility, strong ability to meet deadlines and to prioritise

    Computer skills and competences

    ·         Matlab

    ·         Microsoft Office

    ·         Excel: Advanced course in Excel for Business (Management of Databases, Charts and Pivot Tables, Protection/importing/exporting data, Using of complex functions, Simulation Analysis and Macro, Excel in practice), April 2013

    Artistic skills and competences

    ·         Musical skills: Celtic and classic harp

    ·         Keen on classic and modern literature and art

    ·         Trips abroad

    Other skills and competences

    ·         Qualification  of Ambulance Rescuer

    ·         Qualification of DAE operator (External Automatic Defibrillator)

    ·         Qualification of ECG operator (Electrocardiograph)

    ·         Football (performed at competitive level from 1991 to 2000), swimming, running

     

    Driving licence                                        Car (B)


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