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     Date Submitted:27-09-2013
     Last Modified:28-09-2013 (07:24)
    Job information
     Current job:Program Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsProgram manager System engineer Team working Responsable


    Personal information


    Date of birth






    Work experience



    03/2010  onwards

    Occupation or position held

    Program Manager

    Main activities and responsibilities


    • Economic management (costs and times) for the product life cycle and coordination of the internal team of the EFA equipments that foresees reviews with Selex ES management and recurring reviews together the Customer to evaluate the program trend


    • Management activities for EFA (Typhoon Eurofighter) equipments during the Tranche T3A phase as interface with the international Customer and the industrial Partner and as coordinator of the internal team. The phase has been closed with the Customer approval of the proposed technical modification


    • As a support role to the Selex ES main central function, participation to bid phases obtaining the Customer purchase order


    Name and address of employer

    Selex ES 

    Viale Europa, Nerviano (Milano), Italy

    Type of business or sector

    Air Systems, UAS & Simulators Line of Business




    05/2005  - 03/2010

    Occupation or position held

    System Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    • System activities for Exomars Phase B1, B1-Bridging, B2, responsible of Drill Box Structure & Interfaces Design and Positioner. The above phase have been closed with a successful Design Review with the Customer ESA (European Space Agency)


    • System activities and planning for Marco Polo mission (feasibility study for sampling system and re-entry system to bring back from an asteroid to the Earth a soil sample) closed with the approval by the Customer of the proposed sampling system


    • Mechanical design of the joint electronics for DexArm – Dexterous Space Robotic Arm.


    • Mechanical system design and functional testing for DHM (Down-hole Hammering Mechanism – feasibility study of percussion systems inside drilling system to improve the perforation of the hard materials in harsh environment) with the final presentation at ESTEC during the “Aerospace Technical Conference”.


    Name and address of employer

    Selex ES 

    Viale Europa, Nerviano (Milano), Italy

    Type of business or sector

    Space Robotics and Automation Engineering






    Education and training



    1998 – 2004

    Title of qualification awarded

    University degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered

    Basic engineering knowledge focused on Aeronautics Science. Specialization in space systems.

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training


    Thesis title

    Seconda Università degli studi di Napoli

    29, via Roma 81031 Aversa (Caserta) Italy


    Achievement of degree at the Research Consortium for Advanced Survey System (Co.Ri.S.T.A.) – Napoli, on “Algorithms of planning of the sounding radar SHARAD for the NASA mission Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter”.

    Personal skills and competences


    Mother tongue(s)


    Other language(s)


    Organizational skills and competences

    Coordinator of Italian team during the 7th ESA Student Parabolic Flight Campaign 2004.


    Team and Customer management for EFA project as Program Manager


    During my work experience I have gained the awareness of how working in international teams, and improved my communication skills, results orientation and work to targets. I have enhanced my skills about how to identify the priorities and the needed solutions. I gained also an overview of the different work units of a complex company as Selex ES and how to coordinate the tasks of different lines.

    Further my strengths are flexibility, working under pressure, initiative and how to share the info with the other members of team to get together the common target.   



    Projects and courses























    Attendance at projects sponsored by ESA (European Space Agency) :


    - SSETI (Student Space Exploration and Technology Initiative) project:

    • ESEO (European Student Earth Orbiter), as member of the EPS  (Electrical Power System) team; Sep 2001 – Sep 2005
    • SSETI Express, as promoter of the EPS team from Nov 2003 to the end of the project with the final launch of a microsatellite in Sep 2005


    - 7th ESA Student Parabolic Flight Campaign 2004, member of the “Frozen Space Team” whose has leaded experiments, with “frozen reality” technique, in weightlessness conditions


    Attendance at a course oriented to the knowledge of the main drivers of Finmeccanica Corporate (FLIP: Finmeccanica Learning Induction Program)


    Attendance at herebelow modules PMP (Project Management Programme) oriented to the management culture:



    Attendance at course IGNITE (International Graduates Networking Integrating Through Experience) oriented to the graduates employed in Selex ES with the aim of giving awareness of the cultures, businesses and relationships inside to Selex ES.



    Computer skills and competences


    • Good level of expertise:
      • OS: MS Windows
      • Programs: MS OfficeÔ, MatlabÔ, SolidworksÔ
    • Fair level of expertise:
      • Programs: LabviewÔ, AnsysÔ(F.E.M. analysis SW), DOOR T-Rek, MS Project
      • Languages:HTML, C, PHP
    • Poor level of expertise:
      • CAD

    Artistic skills and competences


    Intermediate examination in piano achieved at the “Conservatorio di Salerno” with vote of 7.70/10.


    Additional information

































    Publications and Papers:

    P. Magnani, E. Crudo, M. Izzo, F. Rizzi, E. Re, G. Battistoni, E. De Marchi, E. Perozzi, A. Olivieri  - Robotic Systems In Support To Moon Exploration

    R. Gelmi, M. Izzo, P. Magnani, E. Re, A. Grzesik, L. Richter, R. Nadalini, P. Coste

    Mole Carried Sensor Package


    F. Maier, M. Izzo,  B. Holfeld, S. Dinardo

    Frozen Reality® Space Project - Spatial HS Imaging of Fluids and rapid physical processes


    B. Holfeld, F. Maier,  M. Izzo and S. Dinardo

    Spatial High-Speed-Imaging of Projectile Impacts into Fluids in Microgravity

    Journal: Microgravity - Science and Technology

    Publisher: Springer Netherlands Published: 21 August 2008


    P. Magnani, M. Izzo, E. Re, F. Rizzi, S. Senese, F. del Campo, R. Finotello, R. Ferrario

    ExoMars Multi Rod Drill Development and Testing

    ASTRA 2008, Noordwijk The Netherlands, November 2008


    Poster presentation “Sampling on Mars and Celestial Bodies” (P. Magnani, M. Izzo, E. Re)at “2nd International Workshop – Exploring Mars and its Earth Analogues“ – Trento, Italy  Jun 2007

    Poster presentation“Frozen Reality Space Project – Spacial High-speed imaging of fluid and swift processes during the an ESA parabolic flight”(authors: F. Maier, B. Holfeld, M. Izzo, S. Dinardo) at “ELGRA 2007“ – Firenze, Italy September 2007


    Poster presentation “ExoMars Airbag Piercing Tests with a Cutting Mole” ( Krause C., Mehls C., Richter L., Re E., Izzo M., Coste P.) at ASTRA 2008 – Noordwijk The Netherlands, Nov 2008      



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