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     Date Submitted:22-07-2013
     Last Modified:24-07-2013 (10:31)
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     Current job:Graduate aerospace engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSpace Robotics GNC Systems
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

     

     

     

    Sex Male | Date of birth 02/10/1988 | Nationality Italian

     

     

    DESIRED OCCUPATIONAL FIELD

    Aerospace Engineering with special interests in GNC Systems and Space Robotics

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    May 2013

    Master of Science in Astronautical Engineering

    Graduated with 110 cum Laude / 110

     

    “La Sapienza” University of Rome

    Thorough knowledge of:

    ▪  Astrodynamics

    ▪  Flight Mechanics

    ▪  Attitude Control

    ▪  GNC Systems

    ▪  Space Robotics

     

    Thesis Title:

    Navigation and Control System for a Quadrotor Aircraft: Development and Experimentation

     

    Description:

    ▪  Design and realization of a Quadrotor prototype

    ▪  Development and experimentation of a Navigation and Control System

    ▪  Navigation and control algorithms coding

     

    Study Plan and Grades:

    ▪  Space Robotic Systems   (30 cum laude/30)

    ▪  Flight Mechanics of Astronautical Vehicle   (30 cum laude/30)

    ▪  Thermal Control Systems for Space Vehicles   (30/30)

    ▪  Astronautical Structures   (29/30)

    ▪  Space Systems   (30/30)

    ▪  Astrodynamics   (27/30)

    ▪  Astronautical Propulsion   (29/30)

    ▪  Algorithms for Control of Astronautical Vehicles   (30/30)

    ▪  Space Agrobiotechnologies   (28/30)

    ▪  Guided Systems Electronics   (28/30)

    ▪  Mathematical Methods for Astronautical Engineering   (26/30)

    ▪  Biological Effects of Space Environment   (30/30)

     

    December 2010

    Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering

    Graduated with 106 / 110

     

    “La Sapienza” University of Rome

    Good knowledge of:

    ▪  Materials Science

    ▪  Technologies

    ▪  Aerospace Propulsion

    ▪  Flight Mechanics

    ▪  Aerodynamics

    ▪  Mechanics of Solids

     

    Thesis Title:

    “Sviluppo di un Sistema di Guida e Controllo tramite Image Processing di un Manipolatore a Due Gradi di Libertà”

    (Development of a Guidance and Control System using Image Processing for a Two Degrees of Freedom Manipulator)

     

    Description:

    Development of a Matlab Code for the acquisition of the trajectories of moving targets in order to guide and control a 2DOF manipulator

     

     

    July 2007

    High School Diploma (Diploma di Liceo Scientifico, indirizzo P.N.I. Piano Nazionale Informatica)

    Graduatedwith 100 / 100

     

    Liceo Scientifico L. Spallanzani, Tivoli (RM)

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

    Other languages

    English, German

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Communication skills and competences

    ▪  Good communication skills gained through my Master Thesis experience in placing orders for Quadrotor prototype components.

    Organisational / managerial skillsand competences

    ▪  I have organized the whole project of the quadrotor prototype of my Master Thesis including the system design, the research of tools, components and materials and the prototype realization.

     

    Social skillsand competences

    ▪  During the activities of several courses (Flight Mechanics of Astronautical Vehicle,  Guided Systems Electronics, …) I have worked in team also as leader of the group.

    Technical skills and competences

    ▪  Good experience with the most common tools used in mechanical laboratories.

    Computer skillsand competences

    ▪  Programming: Fortran, Matlab, Simulink. Basic knowledge of C/C++ for embedded programming and navigation/control algorithms coding. Basic knowledge of Real-Time Operating Systems (nuttX)

    ▪  CAD: AutoCAD, CATIA, SolidWorks.

    ▪  More: Microsoft Office, Latex, Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop.

    Driving licence

    ▪  Italian driving license. Categories B vehicle, A3 motorcycles.



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