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     Date Submitted:04-04-2014
     Last Modified:06-04-2014 (05:14)
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     Current job:Technical Consultant
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsRF engineer in the field of satellite transmitters and FGU. EMC and Avionic Responsible for ISS Module payloads

    Personal information





    Date of birth


     04, 07, 1971


    Work experience


    From 01/10/2007



    Name and address of the work employer


    ALTRAN ITALIA SPA, Rome, Via Tiburtina 1132

    • Work detail


    Salary after taxation in Euro per month



    Consultant Electronic Engineer  (current employment)






    •   MainTasks


    Consultant Electronic Engineer in the field of electronic apparatus for micro and millimeters wave frequency applications.

    Electronic Design of electronic apparatus and devices for micro and millimeters wave frequency applications: Synthesized frequency generation Units in the X and K band frequency range, Low noise amplifier chains, reconfigurable down and up converters etc..

    Antenna design.

    Electric Engineer for ISS Nodes Class I Payloads (EMC Responsible, Avionic Responsible).

    Main Work Customers: Thales Alenia Space Rome (RF Designer, RF Technical Responsible for Satellite Units), Rheinmetall Italiy (RF Designer)

    Thales Alenia Space Turin (Current Customer, Avionic and Electric engineer. International Space Station Class I Node Payloads)

    • From 01/10/2008



    • Name and address of the work Employer


    RISI ALESSANDRO S.R.L., Rome, Via Riace 62

    • Work detail


    Electronic and Electric Designer partner   




    •  MainTasks


    Technical Responsible, Design of Electrical Systems in low and mediom voltage ranges for Houses, commercial activities and for special Events. Design of Solar Energy Generation Systems.


    •  From 07/07/2005 al 30/09/2007



    Name and address of the work



    CNR Institute For Micro Electronic and Micro Systems, Rome Research Area  Rome 2-Tor Vergata, Via Fosso del Cavaliere 100, 00133 Rome

    Work details









    1) Hardware designer and Electrical test responsible of Microwave True Time Delay Lines and Phase Shifters realized by using MEMS Switches. Activity carried out together with international partners (VT Finland, Selex Integrated Systems Italy)


    2) Electrical test responsible of Microwave aerospace Devices like MEMS Switches or Switch Matrices relevant to the  “Microwave Electrostatic Micro-Machined Devices for on board applications” ESA Contract in collaboration with Thales Alenia Space S.P.A. , Perugia University (Italy), Bruno Kessler Foundation (Italy)

    3)Design and electrical test of transmission lines and package test jigs for the electrical transitions of RF/Microwave devices in microstrip and coplanar technology. Sylicon Wafer level electrical characterization in collaboration withST Microelectronics.

    4) Support activity during Degree Thesis developed by Electronic Engineer Students


    5) Design and Development of Photo Lithographic Masks for electronic devices fabrication.


    6) Data package Report Activity and partecipation to Milestone Meetings. (Helsinky, Roma, Trento, Perugia).


    7) Partecipation to international conferences and presentation of scientific papers published on international proceedings.


    8) Design and  test on electronic devices like:

    1. Membrane
    2. EMBG ( Electro magnetic Band gap)
    3. micro machined Substrate (trenched lines etc.)

    Most significant papers:


     Simone Catoni,Romolo Marcelliand Giancarlo Bartolucci: “Design of IF Band-Pass Filters based on Micro-machined Resonators”, Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology, Vol.7, No.3-4, pp.317-334, Publishing House of the Romanian Academy (2004).


    Romolo Marcelli,Gianluca Minucci, Simone Catoni, Benno Margesin, Flavio Giacomozzi, Giovanni Mannocchi, Francesco Vitulli: “Reliability of RF-MEMS Series Switches under Low and Medium Power Cycling”, in Advanced MEMS for RF and Millimeter Wave Communications, Editors A. Müller, A. Rydberg, and R. Plana, Romanian Academy Publisher, Series in Micro and Nanoengineering, No. 7, pp.159-168(2005).


    Giancarlo Bartolucci, Romolo Marcelli, Simone Catoni, Benno Margesin, Flavio Giacomozzi: “AN EQUIVALENT CIRCUITAL MODEL FOR SHUNT CONNECTED COPLANAR RF MEMS SWITCHES”, submitted to Electronics Lett. On March 6, 2006. Still under review on June 07, 2006.



    Romolo Marcelli,Gianluca Minucci, Simone Catoni, Benno Margesin, Flavio Giacomozzi, Giovanni Mannocchi, Francesco Vitulli: “Reliability of RF-MEMS Series Switches under Low and Medium Power Cycling”, Proceedings of the 5th MEMSWAVE Workshop, MEMS for Millimeter Wave Communications, Angstroem Laboratoriet, Uppsala, Sweden, 30th June – 2nd July 2004, pp.F10-F13 (2004).


    Simone Catoni, Romolo Marcelli, Giancarlo Bartolucci: “Design of Band-Pass Micromachined Filters based on fixed-fixed Beam Resonators”, Proceedings of International Semiconductor Conference (CAS 2004), Sinaia, Romania, 4-6 October 2004, pp.509-512.


    Giancarlo Bartolucci, Romolo Marcelli, Gianluca Minucci, Simone Catoni, Benno Margesin and Flavio Giacomozzi: “Design of Phase Shifters based on RF MEMS Shunt Switches”, CAS 2005, Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR CONFERENCE, 28th Edition, October 3-5, 2005, Sinaia, Romania, Vol. 1, pp.103-106 (2005).


    Romolo Marcelli, Simone Catoni, Luciano Frenguelli:LOW LOSS COPLANAR LINES ON LOW RESISTIVITY SILICON BY SU-8 THICK NEGATIVE PHOTORESIST”, CAS 2005, Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR CONFERENCE, 28th Edition, October 3-5, 2005, Sinaia, Romania, pp.107-110 (2005).


    Simone Catoni, Sergio Di Nardo, Paola Farinelli, Flavio Giacomozzi, Giovanni Mannocchi, Romolo Marcelli, Benno Margesin, Paolo Mezzanotte, Viviana Mulloni, Roberto Sorrentino, Francesco Vitulli, Larissa Vietzorreck: “Reliability and Power Handling Issues in Ohmic Series and Shunt Capacitive RF MEMS Switches,submitted to MEMSWAVE 2006, Orvieto, June 27-29, 2006. Accepted.


    Andrea Ferrari, Simone Catoni, Romolo Marcelli, and Giancarlo Bartolucci: “Analog and Digital RF MEMS Variable Capacitors”, submitted to MEMSWAVE 2006, Orvieto, June 27-29, 2006. Accepted.


    Massimiliano Dispenza1), Roberta Buttiglione1), Anna Maria Fiorello1),Jarkko Tuominen2), Kari Kautio2), Jyrki Ollila2), Pentti Korhonen2), Manu Lahdes2), Kari Rönkä2), Simone Catoni3), Daniele Pochesci3), Romolo Marcelli3), Vittorio Foglietti4), Elena Cianci4), Andrea Coppa4):”Fabrication of high performances RF  MEMS Structures on Surface Planarised Planarised LTCC Substrates” ,  IMAPS Nordic EMPC Conference OULU (Finland ), June 17-21, 2007.

    From 21/01/2005 To 21/03/2005



    Name and address of the work



    Electronic Engineer Department of the Engineer Division of the University of “Tor Vergata” , Rome, Via del Politecnico 1, 00133

    Work details



    Temporary job



    Electromagnetic and circuital simulation of Delay lines realized by using MEMS Devices.

    From 21/09/2004 to 23/12/2004



    Name and address of the work



     Electronic Engineer Department of the Engineer Division of the University of “Tor Vergata” , Rome, Via del Politecnico 1, 00133

    Work details


    Temporary job



    Software development relevant to the remote control of RF/Microwave electronic measure instrumentation

    From 01/01/2004 to 01/07/2004



    Name and address of the work



    CNR Institute For Micro Electronic and Micro Systems, Rome Research Area  Rome 2-Tor Vergata, Via Fosso del Cavaliere 100, 00133 Rome

    Work details


    Temporary job



    Software development relevant to the remote control of RF/Microwave electronic measure instrumentation Relevant to the High Frequency Electronic laboratory managed by Doctor Romolo Marcelli.  The activity was carried out in clean room facility and was relevant to the characterization of high frequency electronic aerospace devices. The related devices was characterized in terms of reliability, linear and high power behavior.

    Development of circuital models and simulation of micro-electro-mechanical switches.


    From 23/11/2003 To 23/12/2003



    Name and address of the work



    Electronic Engineer Department of the Engineer Division of the University of “Tor Vergata” , Rome, Via del Politecnico 1, 00133

    Work details


    Temporary job



    Theoretical basis development on micro machined and MEMS Narrow Band electrical filters.


    From 01/01/1993 to 01/01/1997



    Name and address of the work



    4 years of student career interruption.

    Italian military service(1993) and various temporary jobs

    Work details


    TV Antenna installation, employment in the field of commercial activity of software and pc hardware products





    • 03/06/2004



    • Name and typology of education institution


    University of “Tor Vergata” , Rome, Via del Politecnico 1, 00133

    • Examination


    Italian qualifying examination achieved in order to develop the Engineer professional career.

    • From 01/10/1991 to 28/10/2001



    • Name and typology of education institution


    University of “Tor Vergata” , Rome, Via del Politecnico 1, 00133

    • Education title


    Electronic Engineer Master Degree  91  / 100

    • Main characteristics of education training


    Microwave Integrated Circuits

    • Degree Thesis Title

    • Job Description


    “Design and Simulation of RF MEMS Resonator Narrow band Filters”

    Design of narrow band filters for HF frequency range application. The design was achieved by using as starting design brick the model of a single MEMS very high quality factor resonator. The Thesis training was developed at the  CNR Institute For Micro Electronic and Micro Systems, Rome Research Area  Rome 2-Tor Vergata, Via Fosso del Cavaliere 100, 00133 Rome

    Thesis responsibles:

    prof. G. Bartolucci – Microwave integrated circuits associated professor at the Electronic Engineer Department of the Engineer Division of the University of “Tor Vergata” , Rome, Via del Politecnico 1, 00133

    dott.  R. Marcelli, - First Researcher and Institute Responsible at CNR Institute For Micro Electronic and Micro Systems, Rome Research Area  Rome 2-Tor Vergata, Via Fosso del Cavaliere 100, 00133 Rome

    • From 1986 To 1991



    • Name and typology of education institution


    ITIS G. Marconi. Via Ciro Corradetti 2 Civitavecchia, 00053 Rome

    • Education title


    High schools award of industrial electronic Technical responsible 48/60

    • Main characteristics of education training


    Analogic Elecrtonic for video amplifier Systems. Digital Electronic. Electronic Control Systems.


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    Driving Licence





    Excellent skills in the human relationships always required especially when larger teams are involved during a job experience. Fluent use of the English language.
    Extensive experience in the Field of prototypes design of electronic naked die devices for use in millimeter and microwave frequencies range application.
    Extensive experience in technical coordination activities in the context of photo -lithography processes for prototyping electronic devices for on wafers applications in microwave and millimeter frequencies ranges.
    Good knowledge of Autocad software for 2D and 3D drawing models.
    Advanced knowledge of the most used software applications for Windows ( Office Suite , Corel D , Access, etc.) which are currently used in the data package reporting.
    Good knowledge in programming languages ​​and mathematical tools such as C + + , Turbo Pascal , Visual Basic , Matlab , Matcad , Origin.
    Advanced knowledge of the Agilent VEE for the remote control of measurement equipment.
    Advanced knowledge of CAD simulation circuits , electromagnetic and FEM software based, such as: Capture Spice , AWR Microwave Office , Agilent ADS ,Ansys HFSS 3D simulator, ANSYS Designer, Ansys E -Physics , CST Microwave Studio , Comsol Multiphisics .

    Advanced knowledge in the field of the on and off-wafer measurements of microwave devices.
    (Using the Network Analyzer 8510 for frequencies up to 50 GHz and semi-automatic probe station in clean room facilities, design of SOLT and TRL calibration kit for on and off  wafer application, remote data acquisition software developed by using Agilent VEE),
    Advanced knowledge in the field of RF measurements: Power Supply, Oscilloscopes, Signal Generators, Network Analyzer, Noise figures meeters, Spectrum Analyzer. . etc.


    15 days


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