2012 Master of Science in SPACE ENGINEERING, POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Grade: 101/110, Thesis: Interphase Contact Angle in Hypergravity and Microgravity Environments: Payload System Design and Scientific Results;
2007 Bachelor of Science in AEROSPACE ENGINEERING, POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Grade 104/110, Thesis: Payload System Design and Development of SCANSAT-I microsatellite
2012 – 2013: ESA University, EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY/ESTEC, NOORDWIJK, THE NETHERLANDS Concurrent Design for Space Systems; Space Systems Validation and Verification; Introduction to Project Risk Management; Planetary Entry, Descent and Landing; French language (Intermediate level)
Mar. 2012: ATHENS programme, Finite Elements Method Course, DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, DELFT, THE NETHERLANDS (selected by ParisTech)
PROFESSIONAL & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2012 – present: Young Graduate Trainee, EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY/ESTEC, NOORDWIJK, THE NETHERLANDS; Scientific Areas: Heat Transfer, Fluid Physics, Combustion; Activities: Support the definition and development of scientific experiments for the Fluid Science Laboratory on the International Space Station in the frame of the European Life and Physical Science Programme;
2011 – 2012: Scientific Payload Engineer, Research Team Leader, MICROGRAVITY RESEARCH CENTER, HEAT TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, BRUXELLES, BELGIUM; Activities: Scientific Research on Fluid Physics under Hyper- and Micro-gravity Environments; ESA/ESTEC Spin Your Thesis 2011 (winner project selected by ESA Education) and ESA Parabolic Flight Campaign (Bordeaux, France)
Mar. 2009 – Jul. 2009: Telecommunication & On-Board Data Handling Engineer, AEROSPACE DEPARTMENT, POLITECNICO DI MILANO; Space System Design, PILGRIM – Pioneer Gravitational Anomaly Investigation; Activities: Scientific/Technical requirements, Link Budget Analysis, Architecture and Subsystem Design, Team Leadership;
Mar. 2006 – Jul. 2006: Space Instrument Engineer, SPACE PROPULSION LABORATORY, POLITECNICO DI MILANO; Space System Design, SCANSAT-I Microsatellite; Activities: Payload Design for an Earth Observation Mission, Software implementation, Prototype development, Experimental Tests;
LANGUAGES & COMPUTER SKILLS
Languages: English (Fluent) and French (Intermediate)
General Scientific/Engineering Tools: MATLAB & Simulink, OpenFoam, LabView
Modeling: FEMAP, Solid Works, AutoCAD, MSC NASTRAN
Thermal Analysis: COMSOL Multiphysics, THERMICA, ThermXL
Others: Windows, Ubuntu, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio), Satellite Tool Kit (STK)
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