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     Date Submitted:05-08-2013
     Last Modified:06-08-2013 (02:47)
    Job information
     Current job:Systems Engineer On Board Software
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:,
     KeywordsSoftware Design & Architecture; Developing, Project Engineering
    CV

    Work experience

     

    May 2012 onwards - Aerospace Industry - Munich

     

    Senior Software Engineer:

    Working in a team, I’m involved in design and development of a firmware for an embedded platform. For this project the main languages has been C and C++. I’ve also developed a simulator, in order to interact with the platform, on an Altera Cyclone IV FPGA. The code was written in VHDL. During the project I used revision control systems (SVN).

     

     

    June 2007 to March 2012 - Aerospace Industry - Italy

     

    Senior Software Engineer and Team leader:

    I’m involved in User Requirements gathering and System and Software requirements developing and analysis for the National Monitoring System funded by Selex SI dealing with the design of algorithm for monitoring and prediction of service performance of satellite navigation over national areas. The system is part of a Satellite Navigation services for Civil Aviation program that aims to introduce in the ATC world a lot of services to monitor and predict the performance over the National Air Space.

    My activities:

    • Coordination of a team, mainly composed by engineers

    • Design and Requirements identification

    • Support to the system Architecture Definition

     

    Working in a team, I’m involved in design and development of the prototype for the new Controller Working Position (CWP) used by the ATC controller for monitoring the air traffic using also the GNSS data. The application runs on both Linux and Windows OS. For this project the main languages has been Java.

    Working in a team, I’m involved in design and development of the core component used to monitor and predict the GNSS performance over the National Air Space. The application runs on Linux OS.

    For this project the main languages has been C and C++.

    The system interact with HW components a Spectrum Analyzer(Ethernet link) and GNSS Receiver (RS-232 link) , the drivers for control the devices control was written in C for Linux OS platform.

     

     

    September 2006 to June 2007 - Aerospace Industry - Italy

     

    Senior Software Engineer

    Working in a team, I’m involved in design and development for the maintenance operator interface that allows the system personnel to monitoring the following information:

    • Sensors status

    • Diagnostic information for devices

    • Plotting the whole sets of measurements

    The maintenance operator interface is part of the Automated Weather Observing System that

    measure collect and disseminate weather data that helps meteorologist, pilots and flight dispatchers to monitor weather phenomena. The application runs on Windows OS. For this project the main languages has been LabVIEW. During the project I used revision control systems (SVN).

     

     

    March 2005 - September 2006

     

    Junior Software Engineer

    Working in a team, I’m involved in design and development for an Automated Test Equipment for active radar seeker of Meteor missile.

    The application runs on Windows OS. For this project the main languages has been ANSI C using

    LabWindows CVI IDE and TestStand Suite. During the project I used revision control systems (VSS).

     

     

    Education:

     

    1995 - 2004

    M.Sc. Degree on Electronic Engineering

     

    The main objective of the degree in Electronic Engineering is to develop an automated test equipment based on a FPGA used to measure commutation loss of power devices.

     

     

    Technical skills and competences:

    Expert of GNSS

    Expert of C, C++, Java, LabVIEW programming

    Good knowledge of Qt Framework

    Good knowledge of Matlab programming

    Good knowledge of VHDL programming

    Good knowledge of UML

    Good knowledge of SVN and VSS

    Basic knowledge of Verilog programming

    Basic knowledge of Python programming

    Basic knowledge of ECSS and CCSDS standards

     

    Computer skills and competences:

    Good knowledge of OS: Linux, MS Windows

    Computer Networks

    MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Visio) and OpenOffice

    IBM Rational suite

    DBMS: MS Access, MySQL Oracle

     

    Social skills and competences:

    Responsibility

    Good communication skills in a teamwork environment

    Proactive attitude

    Good ability to adopt to multicultural environments.

    Good interaction with people from all over the world

     

    Languages:

    Italian                  Mother tongues

    English               C2, Certificate of Proficiency in English

    German              B2, Independent user


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