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     Date Submitted:16-07-2013
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     Current job:Consultant
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     KeywordsPhD in Aerospace Engineering, Expert in Propulsion Systems,
    CV

    Work experience

     

     

     

    Dates

    1 Feb 2011  – today

    Occupation or position held

    Consultant

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Energetic diagnosis, recognizing possible energy leaks and proposing solutions for energetic efficiency. My work includes often project management as well.

    Responsible for high voltage internal arc (HVIA) phenomena analyses using high speed camera.

    Name and address of employer

    Irta srl – Piazza Castello 2 – 20121 Milan – Italy

    Type of business or sector

    Engineering society

     

     

    Dates

    Mar 2011 – Jul 2011, Mar 2012 – Jul 2012, Mar 2013 - today

    Occupation or position held

    Teacher assistant

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Lectures on experimental aspects during the course: “Fundamentals of thermochemical propulsion”

    Name and address of employer

    Politecnico Di Milano – via La Masa 34 – 20156 Milan – Italy

    Type of business or sector

    University

     

     

    Dates

    1 May 2009 – 30 June 2013

    Occupation or position held

    Researcher

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Research on nano-energetic materials and their application in hybrid rocket engines (FP7 ORPHEE) and solid rocket motors (FP7 HISP).

    Name and address of employer

    Politecnico Di Milano – via La Masa 34 – 20156 Milan – Italy

    Type of business or sector

    University

     

     

    Dates

    13 Aug 2012 – 25 Oct 2012

    Occupation or position held

    Temporary research fellow

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Research in the field of nano-energetic: strategies to improve dispersion of nanosized powders into polymeric matrices.

    Name and address of employer

    Advanced Powder Technologies – 8/2 Academichesky Ave., Tomsk, 634021, Russia

    Type of business or sector

    Production and distribution of nanosized materials

     

     

    Dates

    1 Feb 2008  – Dec 2010

    Occupation or position held

     Technical consultant

    Main activities and responsibilities

     Consultancy in energetic field and project management of “Solare” project

    Name and address of employer

     Imaging and Research Technology Association – P.zza Castello 2 – 20121 Milan – Italy

    Type of business or sector

     Engineering society

     

     

    Education and training

     

     

     

    Dates

    1 Jan 2010 – 31 Dec 2012

    Title of qualification awarded

    Ph. D. in Aerospace Engineering

    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered

    Research on nano-energetic materials and their application in space propulsion

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    Politecnico di Milano – via La Masa 34 – 20156 Milan – Italy -- Univeristy

     

     

    Dates

    Oct 1998 – Oct 2008

    Title of qualification awarded

    M.Sc degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered

    Space system design, control system design, propulsion system design.

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    Politecnico di Milano – via La Masa 34 – 20156 Milan – Italy -- Univeristy

     

     

    Dates

     1993 – 1998

    Title of qualification awarded

    Diploma di maturità scientifica

    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered

    Mathematics, chemistry, physics, Latin, English, Italian literature

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    Liceo Scientifico Statale “Leonardo da Vinci”, Gallarate (VA), Italy

     

     

    Courses and summer schools

     

     

     2 Apr 2011 – 18 Jun 2011: “Course of formation for Energy Manager” Erogated by Politecnico di Milano in cooperation with Regione Lombardia.

     

     

    11-15 Oct 2010: “Introduction to measurements techniques”, Von Karman institute for fluid dynamics, Rhode Saint Genese, Belgium.

     

     

     

    Other language(s)

    English, French, Russian

     

     

    Social skills and competences

    Team spirit, good capacity of work in research team developed during university education (design of the space mission “Orpheus” presented in ESA) and during the work at SPLab (Space Propulsion Laboratory - Politecnico di Milano).

    Good ability to adapt to multicultural environments, demonstrated during the period spent working in APT (Russia).

    Participation to scientific conferences: HEM’s 2012 in Gorno Altay (Russia), Space Propulsion 2012 in Bordeaux (France), 4th EUCASS in 2011 in Saint Petersburg, XX Congresso nazionale AIDAA in 2009 in Milan, 6th International Scientific Conference, Development Trends in Space Propulsion Systems, in 2009, in Warsaw.

     

     

    Organisational skills and competences

    Good experience in people management gained during the work experience at SPLab. Co-advisor in many M. Sc. Projects.

    Chief of the organizing committee of workshop “Propulsion for Space Exploration” that took place in Milan from 27 to 28 June 2013.

    Team leader during the design of the space mission Orpheus.

    President of “Associazione Besnate Giovani”, association of volunteers that helped people finding works and that organized cultural activities.

     

     

    Technical skills and competences

    Knowledge of devices and procedure used in aeronautical and propulsive fields. Implementation, use and maintenance of combustion chambers and micro-burner. Knowledge and application of the most common pressure, velocity and temperature sensors (production and use of mciro-thermocouple)

    Good knowledge of instruments and procedure for physical-chemical characterization of micrometric and nanometric materials (laser scatter granulometry, optical microscope, SEM, TEM, EDX, XPR, XRD, DSC/TGA). Granulometric characterization of materials for medical use under the contract between Trifarma SpA and Politecnico di Milano.

    Good knowledge of devices and procedure for rheological and mechanical properties evaluation (DMA, tensile stress-strain tests, rheometers.).

     

     

    Computer skills and competences

    Good knowledge of Microsoft Office (in particular Microsoft Word, Excel e PowerPoint), OpenOffice, Axum, LaTeX, Autocad, Catia, MatLab, Simulink, FemLab, LabView, Photoshop, VirtualDub, programs of graphic design and focus stacking.

     

     

    Artistic skills and competences

     Knowledge of music: piano lessons taken for 3 years.  

     

     

    Driving licence

    Category: B.

     

     

    Additional information

     

     

     

    Scientific Publications

    Reina A., Gorbenko T.I., Krwiec I., Colombo G., and DeLuca L.T., “Coating Nano-Sized Aluminum to Improve Solid Rocket Propellant Performance”, 5th EUCASS (European Conference for Aerospace Sciences), Munich, Germany, 1-5 Jul 2013.

     

    Reina A., Paravan C., Morlacchi M., Frosi A., Maggi F., and DeLuca L.T., “Rheological and Mechanical Behavior of Coated Aluminum Loaded Nano-Composites”, 5th EUCASS (European Conference for Aerospace Sciences), Munich, Germany, 1-5 Jul 2013.

     

    Paravan C., Reina A., Frosi A., and DeLuca L.T., “Nano-Sized Aluminum for Solid Fuel Regression Rate Enhancement ”, 5th EUCASS (European Conference for Aerospace Sciences), Munich, Germany, 1-5 Jul 2013.

     

    Maggi F., Dossi S., Fassina M., Reina A., and DeLuca L.T., “Advanced Aluminum Powders for Solid Propellants ”, 5th EUCASS (European Conference for Aerospace Sciences), Munich, Germany, 1-5 Jul 2013.

     

    Reina A.,  Vorozhtsov A.B., DeLuca L.T., Krawiec I., Colombo G., Lerner M.I, and Rodkevich N.G., “Effects of HTPB Coating on Nano-Sized Aluminum in Solid Rocket Propellant Performance”, 44th ICT International Annual Conference, Stadthalle Karlsruhe, Germany, 25-28Jun 2013.

     

    De Luca L.T., Galfetti L., Maggi F., Colombo G., Merotto L., Boiocchi M., Paravan C., Reina A., Tadini P., Fanton L., “Characterization of HTPB-based Solid Fuel Formulations: Performance, Mechanical Properties, and Pollution”, Acta Astronautica, doi:10.1016/j.actaastro.2012.05.002  [RV1a].

     

     

     

    De Luca L.T., Galfetti L., Maggi F., Colombo G., Reina A., Dossi S., Consonni D., and Brambilla M., “Innovative Metallized Formulations for Solid Rocket Propulsion, Chinese Journal of Energetic Materials”, Vol 20, No 4, 2012, pp.465-474.

     

    Reina A., Maggi F., Colombo G., and DeLuca L.T.,” Nanometric Powders Dispersion in Hybrid Solid Fuels and Solid Propellants”, HEMs 2012 (High Energy Materials), Gorniy Altai, Russia, 5-7 Sep 2012.

     

    Dossi S., Reina A., Maggi F., and DeLuca L.T., "Innovative Metal Fuels for Solid Rocket  Propulsion", 9th International Symposium Special Topics in Chemical Propulsion, Québec City, Canada, 9 -13 July 2012.

     

    Reina A., Maggi F., Colombo G., Bandera A. and De Luca L.T. “Nanosized Iron Oxide Catalysts for Composite Solid Rocket Propellants”. Space Propulsion 2012, Bordeaux, France, 7-10 May 2012.

     

    Paravan, C., Sossi A., Reina A., Massini G., Manzoni M., Duranti E., Rambaldi G., Adami A., and Seletti E, “Time-resolved Regression Rate of Innovative Hybrid Solid Fuel Formulations”. in Advances in Propulsion Physics, Vol. 3.  Taurus Press, Moscow, 2012.

     

    De Luca, L.T., Galfetti L., Colombo G., Maggi F., Paravan C., Reina A., Tadini P., Sossi A., and Duranti E., “An Optical Time-Resolved Technique of Solid Fuels Burning for Hybrid Rocket Propulsion”. 47th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit, San Diego, CA, USA, 31July – 3 August 2011. Paper No. 2011-5753.

     

    Reina, A., Paravan C., Maggi F., Colombo G., DeLuca L.T, and Belkova M.. “Nanometric Powders Dispersion into Polymeric Matrix”, 4th EUCASS (European Conference for Aerospace Sciences), San Petersburg, Russia, 4-8 Jul 2011

     

    Dossi S., Reina, A., Consonni D., Marinovich A., DeLuca L.T., and Kosowski B.M.,“Heterogeneity Effects on Agglomeration in Aluminized Solid Propellants Loaded with MgB Powders”. 4th EUCASS (European Conference for Aerospace Sciences), San Petersburg, Russia, 4-8 Jul 2011.

     

    Paravan C., Sossi A., Reina, A.,Massini G, Manzoni M., Duranti E., Rambaldi G., Adami A., Seletti E., and DeLuca L.T., “Micro and Nano-sized Metal Additives for Solid Fuels in Hybrid Rocket Lab-scale Burner”. 4th EUCASS (European Conference for Aerospace Sciences), San Petersburg, Russia, 4-8 Jul 2011

     

    De Luca L.T., Galfetti L., Maggi F., Colombo G., Paravan C., and Reina A. “Characterization of HTPB-Based Solid Fuel Formulations: Performance, Mechanical Properties, and Pollution”, Proceedings of the 2nd International IAA Conference on Private Human Access to Space, Arcachon, France, 30May-1Jun 2011

     

    De Luca, L.T., Galfetti L., Colombo G., Maggi F., Bandera A., Boiocchi M., Gariani G., Merotto L., Paravan C, and Reina A., “Time-Resolved Burning of Solid Fuels for Hybrid Rocket Propulsion”. Progress in Propulsion Physics, Vol. 2. Taurus Press, Moscow, 2011.

     

    De Luca L.T., Paravan C., Reina A., Marchesi E., Maggi F., Bandera A., Colombo G., “Aggregation and Incipient Agglomeration in Metallized Solid Propellants and Solid Fuels for Rocket Propulsion”, 46th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit, Nashville, TN, USA, July 25-28, 2010.AIAA Paper No. 2010-6752.

     

    Reina A., Colombo G., De Luca L.T., Maggi F., Lesniak I., Lempert D.B., Manelis G.B. “Magnesium and Aluminum Ignition in CO2 Atmosphere”, Aerotecnica, Missili e Spazio. Vol 89, No 1, January 2010, pp. 14-23.

     

    Reina A., Maggi F., Bandera A., Donegà P., Colombo G., De Luca L.T., Kosowski B.M., “Iron Oxide Catalysts for Composite Solid Rocket Propellants”, 6th International Scientific Conference, Development Trends in Space Propulsion Systems, Warsaw, Poland, 20-21 Nov. 2009, p. 1-15.

     

    De Luca L.T., Marchesi E., Spreafico M., Reina A., Maggi F., Rossettini L., Bandera A., Colombo G., Kosowski B.M., “Aggregation Vs. Agglomeration in Metallized Solid Rocket Propellants”, 8th International Symposium on Special Topics in Chemical Propulsion (8-ISICP), Cape Town, South Africa, 2-6 Nov. 2009, p. 1-12.

     

     

    Bandera A., Reina A., Maggi F., Donegà P., Colombo G., De Luca L.T., Kosowski B.M. “Iron Oxide Catalysis: Comparison of Micro and Nano Sized Particles”, 3rd International Seminar Applied Particle Technology, Tomsk, Russia, 4-5 Sept. 2009, p. 1-9.

     

    Donegà P., Bandera A., Maggi F., Reina A., Colombo G., De Luca L.T., Kosowski B.M. “Nano Vs. Micro Iron Oxide Catalysts for Composite Solid Rocket Propellants”, Chemical and Radiation Physics (CRP 09), Moscow, Russia, 24-29 Aug. 2009, p. 1-10

     



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