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     Date Submitted:29-09-2013
     Last Modified:10-10-2013 (05:41)
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     Current job:Recent Master graduate Magna cum Laudae at Federico II, University of Naples
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services

    Personal Information    

    Nationality    Italian
    Place and Date of birth    Marcianise (CE), Italy, July 15th,1989
    Gender    Female
    Work Experience    
    Dates    January  2013 - July 2013
    Position    Trainee at the CIRA ( Italian Aerospace Research Center)
    Principal activities and responsibilities    Modeling of avionics systems, in particular of on-board sensors for obstacle detection, covering all the steps in the development process from the analysis of requirements deriving from the application, to the off-line implementation of designed logics. Development, simulation and performance evaluation of multi target, multi-sensor airborne tracking architecture for UAS Sense and Avoid application.
    Name and address of company    CIRA S.c.p.A., Via Maiorise 81043, Capua (Italy)
    Dates    May 2010 - July 2010
     Covered Position    Trainee
    Principal activities and responsibilities    Collaboration in the development of a system capable to enhance forced convection heat transfer coefficient using turbulence promoters, at the Laboratory of Heat Transfer, Faculty of Engineering of the Second University of Naples. Realization of  calibration of thermocouples with an insulated junction from ground and exposed junction; calibration of a hot-wire system for temperature measurements. Analysis of experimental data using dedicated software.
    Name and address of organization    Second University of Naples - Dept. of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
    Education and training    
    Dates    October 2010 – July 2013
    Title of qualification awarded    Master’s Degree in Aerospace and Astronautics Engineering (magna cum laude)
    Thesis : “An Advanced Numerical Model of Multi-Target Multi-Sensor Tracking Architecture for UAS Sense and Avoid: Development and Simulation”
    Subject: Avionics
    Principal subjects    Space Systems, Avionics, Aircraft flight dynamics and flight simulation, Aeroelasticity, Complements of aerospace structures, General project of aircraft, Combustion, Applied mechanics, Aerodynamics of aircraft, Reliability and quality, Calculus III, Advanced aerospace structures

    Name and type of organization providing education and training    University of Naples “Federico II”, Piazzale Tecchio, 80, 80125 Naples
    Dates    September  2007 – October 2010
    Title of qualification awarded    Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering (cum laude)
    Thesis: “ Experimental Investigation of enhancement of forced convection heat transfer coefficient using turbulence promoters of square section”
    Subject: Heat transfer
    Principal subjects    Elements of mechanics, Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical drawing, Science and technology of materials for aeronautics and space, Aerodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Structural Mechanics, Aeronautic Engineering, Electrical engineering, Aerospace equipment, Aerospace propulsion, Compressible fluid dynamics, Heat transfer, Control thermal, Flight mechanics, Aerospace Navigation, Aerospace structures
    English, Economics and business management, Informatics, Calculus I, Calculus II, Numeric Calculation, Geometry and algebra
    Name and type of organization providing education and training    Second University of Naples, Via Roma, 29, 81031 Aversa, Italy
    Dates    September 2002 – July 2007
    Title of qualification awarded    Scientific high school degree (100/100)
    Personal skills and competences    
    Mother tongue    Italian
    Other language    English
    Self-assessment    Excellent knowledge of grammar, good understanding of texts, also in technical language. Good understanding in listening and writing skills.
    English Class    January 2013 – June 2013
    Title of qualification awarded    Class in English language in advanced C1 level at British Institutes (Naples).  The level awarded is Intermediate B2
    English Class    August 2012
    Class in English language in Intermediate B1 at St.Peter's School of English, Canterbury, Kent, England.
    Technical skills and competences    Excellent skills in using operative system such as Windows 7 and previous version, Good knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).  Excellent skill in browser such as  Microsoft Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.
    Good knowledge of  Matlab, Fortran and Nastran. Good skills in software, such as Patran, Femap, Ansys, Fluent  and Simulink.
    Personal Skills    
    Social skills and competences    Excellent adaptability and integration skills. Keen tendency to relate to other people and to work in teams for the implementation of projects. Excellent communication and presentation skills.
    Organisational skills and competences    Excellent organizational skills, improved during my studies. High propensity to manage  activities, meeting the deadline. Excellent management, analytical skills and problem solving skills.
    Driving licence    B
    Additional Information    For any references:
    CIRA ScpA (Eng. Ettore De Lellis - Project Manager – e.delellis(at)

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