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     Date Submitted:24-05-2013
     Last Modified:21-11-2014 (12:23)
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     Current job:Thermo-mechanical Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     Keywordsmechanical fem analyses, multybody simulation, thermal analyses,
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    Personal Information

     

    Nationality

     

    Italian

     

    Date of birth

     

    14/07/1983

     

    Work Experience

     

     

     

     

     

    July 2013 - presently

    Segula Technologies

    Consultant in OHB-CGS Rome

    Thermo-mechanical Engineer on MGSE items fot MTG programme

     

    September 2012 – March 2013

    Internship at Thales Alenia Space at the Antenna Department    

    I’m involved in the multybody analyses to study the deployment of antennas in their operative environments. These analyses are very useful to validate the mechanical project of the complex antennas structure. I’m focusing with detail, on Hildra and Large Reflector Antenna (LDR) structures, both ESA programs.

     

    January 2010 – July 2012  

    Engineer at the Mechanical and Aerospacel Department of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”,  in collaboration with AVIO-Colleferro.

    My aim was to study the thermo mechanical behavior of the flexible bearings used in solid boosters, under the operative conditions of pressure in the combustion chamber and of the actuation forces to directing booster thrust. These analyses were made thanks to the commercial fem codes MSC Marc.

    At the same time, I realized, at the C.S.V. of Militay Aeroanautics, at the Pratica di Mare ‘De Bernardi’ Airport,the mechanical characterizations tests on the rubber material used in the studied bearing, with the INSTRON machinery (traction, compression and shear tests as ASTM regulations)

    November 2009 – July 2010   Stage presso azienda Avio di Colleferro (RM).

    Internship at AVIO- Colleferro at the Structure Department    

    I was involved in the FEM analyses relative to the mechanical failure inside the propellant of the solid rocket motors of the launchers Vega and Ariane, and at the interface between the external structures and the propellant . Different analyses relative to different loading and position conditions were done. The study was designed to the realization of a scheme of “acceptable” defects (this means that those defects were not dangerous for the life of the launchers) in presence of which, the production can not be interrupted.

    Private lessons of scientific and humanistic subjects to students of high school and university.

    Secretary at a Doctor’s Private.

    Shop assistant at a pastry.

    Education and Training

     

     

     

     

    11 December 2012 

    Post Graduated Master in 'Satellite and orbital platform' promoted by University of Rome “La Sapienza” with final mark 110/110 cum laude

    Communication Techniques and Strategies

    Scenarios and Market of Space Industry

    Scientific and Planetary Exploration Missions

    Regulatory Aspects of the Business Aerospace

    Inhabited Orbital Infrastructure

    Introduction to ICT systems

    Introduction to Space Systems

    Software Technologies for Managing Spatial Data

    Methods and Models of Systems Engineering

    Orientation on Product, Projects and Processes Quality

     

    20 July 2010

    Master Degree in Space Engineering at the University of Rome 'La Sapienza'with vote 102/110 with a thesis: “Numerical methodology for the study of defects inside solid propellant of solid engines”. Advisor: prof. Paolo Gaudenzi

    List of subjects incurred during the degree course:

    -Gas dynamic

    -Element of propulsion systems

    -Fundamentals of remote sensing and telecommunications

    -Aerospace structures

    -Space structures

    -Liquid propellant rocket

    -Solid propellant rocket
    -Orbital Mechanics

    -Fundamentals of automatic

    -Analysis of mission

    -Environmental impact of aircraft engines

    -Thermal problems in the structures

    -Electronic

    -Satellite communication systems

    -Turbopump supply systems

    -Aerothermochemistry

    -Materials for space uses

    -Special aerospace technology

     

    16 May 2006

    Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Rome 'LaSapienza'with a thesis: “Thermal analysis on thermal protection system on the leading edge of re-entry vehicle”

     Advisor: Prof. Paolo Gasbarri

    List of subjects incurred during the degree course

    -Techinca deisgn

    -Mathematics

    -Geometry

    -Fundamentals of aerospace
    -Mechanics and physics
    -Chemistry
    -Fundametals of computer science
    -Solutions of differential equations
    -Thermodynamics
    -Economy
    -Electromagnetism
    -Numerical methods
    -Aerospace Materials

    -Aerodynamics
    -Fly-on-board systems
    -Physics Laboratory
    -Applied Mechanics
    -Electrical science
    -Aerospace-Propulsion
    -Structure for Aerospace-
    -Flight Mechanics

    -Complements of Mathematics
    -Rational Mechanics
    -Science-of constructions
    -Laboratory of numerical aerodynamic
    -Technology-for-Aerospace
     

     

    2002

    High School Diploma (Scientific Diploma) at the Scientific High School Benedetto Croce of Rome

     

     

    Personal skills

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    Mother tongue

     

    Other language

     

    Italian

     

    English, good reading, writing and sufficient speaking ability.

     

     

     

    Social skills

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    Collaborations for experimental aerodynamic and mechanical labs during the university.


    Collaboration with a theater company, awards in a national competition

     

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    Technical skills

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    Good knowledge of Office
    Knowledge of programming language Fortran
    Knowledge of CATIA V5
    Very good knowledge of the program NX Siemens
    Very good knowledge of the program-Marc Mentat

    Very good knowledge of the program-MSC Marc, MSC Adams
    Knowledge of the program Femap
    Knowledge of the program Esatan
    Windows operating systems

     

     

    PUBBLICATION

     

     

     

    “Finite Element Analysis of a Solid Booster Flexible Joint for Thrust Vector Control”; Authors: L. Lampani, F. Angelini, P. Gaudenzi, R. Marocco, M. Fabrizi. Presented at 21-th AIDAA Congress. III CEAS Air&Space Conference, Venezia 2011

     

     

    Driving license

     

    B Drive License till 2002

     

    Additional information

     

    Extra-professional interest

     

     

     

     

     

    TrinityCollege certificate of upper-intermediate level of knowledge of English language

     

    Interest to volunteering.
    Passion for swimming and yoga.
    I’m a lover of travel to discover the different cultures and places.


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