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     Date Submitted:26-11-2013
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     Current job:Astronautical Engineer
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     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
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    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Aerospace/Astronautical Engineer at GAUSS srl (Group of Astrodynamics for the Use of Space Systems)

     

    August 2013-in progress: GAUSS srl -  Head Mechanical Division.

    Management  machine shop & AIT operations

    Duties performed:

    Designer – SolidWorks

    Material Model – Sandwich panels, composite material in carbon fiber.

    FEM – Static, Modal, Harmonic Response,  Random Vibration.

    Machine shop - Pantograph CNC programming and use, 3D Printer, torque wrenches

    AIT -Standard procedure in clean room, Vibration Test, Thermal Vacuum Test.

     

    June 2012 - July 2013: Sapienza University of Rome  -  Technical Responsible of Laboratory ARCALab

    Duties performed:

    Designer – SolidWorks

    FEM – Static, Modal, Harmonic Response,  Random Vibration.

    Machine shop - Pantograph CNC programming and use, 3D Printer, torque wrenches

    AIT - Vibration Test.

     

    MISSIONS ABROAD

     

    June 2014: GAUSS srl - Yasny (Russia). Integration in Clean Room Unisat-6 - AIT Division

    Duties performed:

    AIT -Standard procedure in clean room. Support Integration Unisat-6 on Dnepr LV.

     

    March 2014: GAUSS srl - Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine). Yuzhnoye- Fit check Unisat-6 - AIT Division

    Duties performed:

    AIT -Standard procedure. Support Integration Unisat-6 on Dnepr LV.

     

    August 2013-October 2013: GAUSS srl - Space Science Center, Morehead State University, Kentucky (USA) - Technical responsible of project Unisat-5

    Duties performed:

    Designer – SolidWorks

    FEM – Static, Modal, Harmonic Response,  Random Vibration.

    Machine shop - Pantograph CNC programming and use, 3D Printer, torque wrenches

    AIT -Vibration Test, Thermal Vacuum Test on Payload

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    October 2015: Engineering License in the Industrial Sector - Qualified Engineer (First session of 2015)

     

    Academic year 2012/2013: Sapienza University of Rome, School of Aerospace Engineering.

    MSc Degree: Astronautical Engineer - thesis topic: experimental device for the measurement of the system parameters of an actuator of trim with fluid.

    Prof. Fabio Curti - space robotic systems. vote: 105/110

    Thesis at experimental: ARCALab, Sapienza university of Rome, school of aerospace engineering (duration 11 months).

     

    March 2010 - May 2010: Sapienza University of Rome. School of Aerospace Engineering.

    Seminar on composite and nanotechnology for aerospace. Prof Marchetti.

     

    Academic year 2009/2010: Sapienza University of Rome. Aerospace Engineering.

    Bachelor’s degree. thesis topic: dynamic behavior of an interstage subject to pressure load crews (vibro-acoustic through software Ansys and matlab).

    Prof. Annalisa Fregolent - Applied mechanics

     

    September 1997-july 2002: technical diploma surveyor

     

    PUBLICATIONS:

     

    IAA-AAS-DyCoSS2 14-12-01- MULTI-PURPOSE EXPERIMENTAL TEST-BED FOR SPACE AND PLANETARY EXPLORATION.

     

    66th-IAC-15-C2.9.6 - THERMO-MECHANICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A CARBON MICRO-FIBRE RENINFORCED POLYMER FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN SPACE APPLICATION

     

    PROJECT:

     

    ·         Experimental device and Platform - M.O.N.S.T.E.R. Lunar landing simulator -  ARCALab: Designer, assembly integration and test.

    ·         Experimental device and Platform - Reaction wheel with fluid -  ARCALab: Designer, assembly integration and test.

    ·         UniSat - 5 Satellite - GAUSS srl: Assembly, integration and test (Launched and operative)

    ·         UniSat - 6 Satellite - GAUSS srl: Designer, assembly, integration and test (Launched and operative)

    ·         G-POD (GAUSS Pico satellites Orbital Deployer )- GAUSS srl: Designer and test.

    ·         UniSat - 7 Satellite - GAUSS srl : Designer (Next Launch December-2017)

    ·         IOD/IOV project (H2020) - GAUSS srl : Analysis of an adapter for IOD satellite for VEGA rocket

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Excellent knowledge of Solidworks, Solidcam, Ansys , Matlab, Simulink. Good knowledge of CATIA, solid edge, femap, stk. Good knowledge of the programming language fortran 90 and c + +

    Operative system: excellent knowledge of windows xp, vista and win7-8-10. Excellent knowledge of microsoft office, internet & email.

     

    LANGUAGES

    Mother tongue: Italian

    English - excellent

     

    TECHNICAL SKILLS

    Specific experience in designing of Mechanical systems and Space systems

    Currently working on:

    Design Mechanical Systems 2D/3D - Satellite Platform Design - Static Analysis, ModalAnalysis, Harmonic Response Analysis,  Random Vibration Analysis - AIT - Machine Shop

     

    HOBBIES

    Stronger passion for technology, culture, travel, music and sport.

     

    OTHER SKILLS

    Accuracy, attention to detail, flexibility and target orientation. Availabilities transfers to travel.

     

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