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    Personal information
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:07-05-2013
     Last Modified:09-05-2013 (07:34)
    Job information
     Current job:Young aerospace graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Operators, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAerospace Engineer, enthusiastic, enterprising, self-motivated and strongly goal oriented.
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    Aerospace Engineer, enthusiastic, enterprising, self-motivated and strongly goal oriented. Use my analytical and problem solving skills to solve complex scientific problems.

     

    Education and Training

    Apr 2013 – July 2013

    Internship at Aviospace – Turin

    Mission analysis and GN&C system’s requirements specification of autonomous rendez-vous and docking for space debris.

     

    Sept 2012 – Mar, 2013

    Internship at CNES – Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales – Centre Spatial de Toulouse

     System Engineering – DCT/TV/2I

    Assembly, Integration and Verification (AIV) Plan of SEIS, a seismometer which is the main payload of InSight Nasa mission for Mars geophysical exploration.

     

    Aug, 2011 – Mar, 2013

    Double Degree Politecnico di Torino – ISAE formation ENSICA- Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Ingenierie Aerospatiale - in Toulouse (France)

    Main subjects :

    - Automatic controls

    - HF systems

    - Radar and Antenna

    - Earth observation systems

    Academic Project:

     "Optimisation de l'algorithme du pilote automatique de l'IBoat II "

    Design and optimization of a sailing boat autopilot control system by means of Matlab/Simulink, implementation on the on board microprocessor and integration with sensors.

     

    Sept, 2010 – July, 2013 (expected)

    Master's degree in Aeronautics and Space Engineering, Politecnico di Torino

    Main subjects :

    - Design and analysis of space missions

    Astrodynamics

    Modelling, simulation and testing of aerospace system

    Flight simulation

    -  Structural analysis of space structures

    -  Space propulsion

    Academic Project:

     "Structural analysis of a Moon Lander. "

    Design of a lander FEM model by means of software MSC.Patran, definition of launch loads and boundary conditions and analysis of structural stress and strains by means of software MSC.Nastran.

    Exams average grade: 29.78/30

     

    Feb, 2011 – Dec, 2012

    Double Degree Politecnico di Torino – Politecnico di Milano

    Student of Alta Scuola Politecnica, a school for young talents, with a passion for innovation, who wish to develop their potential in a multidisciplinary community. The ASP program runs parallel to the MSc programs of Politecnico di Torino and Politecnico di Milano.

     Multidisciplinary Project: “CoSpaR: Components for Space Robotics”

    Mechanical design of a robotic hand for space extravehicular activity, focusing on kinematics analysis, actuation and control. Evaluation of suitable smart materials, which can support the astronaut to interface with the external environment.

     

    Sept, 2007 – July, 2010

    Bachelor's degree in Aeronautics and Space Engineering, Politecnico di Torino, with vote 110/110 cum Laude

    Final dissertation:

    “Design of systems architecture and realization of a test bench for the attitude control of nanosatellites.”

    Design of nanosatellite systems architecture by means of software CATIA. Assembly, integration and test of onboard systems. Testing of several test bench configurations for the simulation of the satellite attitude control in absence of drag. Carried on under the patronage of ASI (Agenzia Spaziale Italiana).

     

    Personal skills and competences

    Italian         Native

    English      Proficient User (C1_CEF level)

    French        Independent User (B2_CEF level)

    Spanish     Basic

     

    Certificates of English level:    -  CAE (Certificate in Advanced English)

                                                          -  TOEFL ITP    

     

    Social and organizational skills

    - Team work skills, acquired by a long lasting experience in team sports such as football

    -  Ability to adapt to multicultural environments, acquired by the studying experience abroad

    - Project management skills, acquired by means of the multidisciplinar and horizontal ASP project

     

    Software skills

    -           STK

    -           Matlab/Simulink

    -           Catia V5

    -           SolidWorks

    -           Msc.Patran,Msc.Nastran

    -           C++

    -           Java

    -           Latex

    -           Microsoft Office

     

    Additional information

    - Club Optime 2011 award, conferred to the best University of Turin 2010 graduates

    - Rotary Club 2007 award, conferred for the Italian Physics Olympics Games

    - Willing to travel and to relocate

                            


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