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     Date Submitted:28-01-2014
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Date of birth 09/05/1972

    Nationality Italian

     

    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

    November 2002

     

    M.Sc .in Aerospace Engineering, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Specialisation in Astrodynamics, Thesis: ”Guess Values for Interplanetary Transfer through Genetic Algorithms”, Grade 96/110.

     

    AREAS OF EXPERTISE

     

    ·       SW Product Assurance

    ·       SW Verification & Validation

    ·       Quality Management System (ISO9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, NP4456, AQAP2110 requirements and ECSS)

    ·       Astrodynamics, Mission Analysis, Trajectory Optimisation, Software design and development

     

    LANGUAGES

     

    ·       Italian (mother tongue)

    ·       English  (fluent)

    ·       Portuguese (fluent)

    ·       Spanish (fluent)

    CAREER HISTORY

     

    Quality Manager

    DEIMOS Engenharia S.A.

    April 2010 – To present

    Product Assurance Manager in S1-CPAF (ESA/ESTEC contract) responsible for establishing, managing and implementing QA arrangements within the development of the project.

    Verification & Validation Manager in SAT-AIS  (ESA contract) responsible for creation of the test plan and monitoring and controlling the test activities to be executed during the project.

    Company Quality & Environmental Manager, responsible for:

    ·       Supervising the implementation and compliance to the DEIMOS Quality and Environmental Management System (DQS) requirements and provisions.

    ·       Carrying out the annual training on DQS, internal quality audit campaigns and the annual MR meeting preparation.

    ·       Supervising the PA and CM functions performed at project level.

    ·       Supporting the external audits, inspections and contributing to maintain the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and AQAP 2110 certifications during third-party surveillance audit.

     

    Quality Engineer

    July 2007 – April 2010

    Quality Engineer, responsible for:

    ·       Deployment and implementation of DEIMOS Quality Management System (DQS).

    ·       Supporting the operation and maintenance of the Company Quality System operational documentation.

    ·       Organising the DQS internal training, quality audit and management review cycles.

    Project Engineer

    Sep 2004 – Jul 2007

    Project Engineer in Visual Based Relative Navigation Techniques (VBRNAV). (ESA/ESTEC contract)

    Project Engineer in Novel Gravitational Modelling for Irregular Celestial Bodies (GRAMIB). (ESA/ESTEC contract)

    Project Engineer

    GMV, S.A.

    August 2002 – June. 2004

    Project Engineer in the upgrading of ORBIMAT TOOL (GMV Founded study).

    Project Engineer in Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) (subcontractor of EADS CASA under ESA/ESTEC contract)

    Project Engineer in a project for Interplanetary Navigation with low thrust (GMV Founded study).

     

    Stagaire

    September 2001

     

    Stagaire in the development of a Genetic Algorithm for Interplanetary Trajectory Optimization (GOPIM) (GMV Founded study).

     

    PROGRAMMING  LANGUAGES

    ·       Fortran 77/90

    ·       C

    ·       JAVA

    ·       Matlab/Simulink

     

    CERTIFICATIONS &TRAININGS

     

    ·       “Sistema de Gestao Ambiental “, Lisbon May 2011, SoConsulting, 16 hours

    ·       “PECAL Serie 2000:  Requisitos OTAN (NATO) para Industrias de la Defensa”, Madrid November 2010, AEC (Asociaciòn Espanhola Para la Calidad), 32 hours

    ·       “Auditores Internos Sistemas de Gestao da Qualidade (ISO 9001:2008)”, Lisbon June 2010, Bureau Veritas, 24 hours

    ·       “Implantaciòn de un Sistema de Indicadores” Madrid November 2009, AENOR (Asociaciòn Espanhola de Normalizaciòn y Certificaciòn), 14 hors

    PUBLISHED ARTICLES

     

    2007

    “Design and Performance Assessment of Hazard Avoidance Techniques For Vision Based Landing”, Acta Astronautica, 2007

    2003

    “Guess Values for Interplanetary Transfer through Genetic Algorithms”, published in Advances in the Astronautical Sciences, Vol. 114

    CONFERENCE PAPERS

     

    2007

    “Design and Performance Assessment of Hazard Avoidance Techniques for Vision Based Landing”, presented at the DGLR International Symposium, To Moon and beyond, Bremen, Germany, March 2007

    2006

    “Design and Performance Assessment of Hazard Avoidance Techniques For Vision Based Landing”, presented at AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GN&C) Conference

    2005

    “Design of Piloting and Guidance Algorithms for Hazard Avoidance during Vision Based Landing on Mercury”, poster presented at 6th International ESA Conference on Guidance, Navigation and Control Systems and GNC Product Exhibition, Loutraki, Greece, October 2005

    2003

    “Genetic Algorithms in the generation of an initial guess for the optimisation of ascent trajectory with a hybrid method”, presented at the 5th International Conference on Space Launchers, Spain, Madrid, November 2003


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