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     Date Submitted:06-04-2014
     Last Modified:06-09-2016 (05:18)
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     Current job:Payload Data Ground Segment Operations Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     Keywordsplanning,space operations, ground controller, validation test, ground segment engineer
    CV

    April 2016 – to date

     

    Payload Data Ground Segment Operations Engineer for SENTINEL 3 Mission

     

    - knowledge in network components as NAGIOS, file circulation software, Linux environment and all operationals tools interfaces;

     

    -writing and testing nominal and contingencies procedures to handle HMI interfaces, monitoring activities and recovery actions;

     

    - writing daily technical reports;

     

    - execution of daily Ground Operations, PAC monitoring activities, first degree analysis in case of contingencies, recovery actions and HelpDesk tasks.

     

     

    September 2015 -  March 2016

     

    Payload Data Ground Segment test Engineer for SENTINEL 3 Mission

     

    - preparation of campaign test before satellite launch, taking part on daily tests for procedures and network validation, to be qualified for launch;

     

    - knowledge in network components (NAGIOS, GSMC, ODA, RT-SPM, GEMS, DC, ACQ, Linux environment) and all operationals tools handling operationals interfaces;

     

    -writing and testing of Operational Procedures to handle:  DS (data storage), DC (data circulator), DI (data inventory), PM (products management), PD(products distributor), PC (production control), ODA (on line data archiving), USI (user service interfaces);

     

    - writing daily technical reports;

     

    - execution of first Ground Operations during 5 months Commissioning phase (E1) after satellite launch (SIOV and Cal/Val phase).

     

     

     

     

    November 2013 - March 2015

     

    Planning Engineer/Ground Segment Controller/ROPS (responsible for operations)/AIO (ATV Interface Officer) for the preparation and execution of ATV5 ESA Mission

     

    - coordinate information exchange between ATV-CC (ATV Control Center), MCC-H (Houston Mission Control Center) and MCC-M (Moscow Mission Control center) to handle the planning of the activities aboard of ISS and schedule all the activities to be executed at ATV CC;


     

    - handle Xml files, excels routines and FOP software;


     

    - Team Leader back-up, giving my support to Team Leader, sharing his responsibilities and taking lead of the Planning Team in case of his absence;


     

    - writing technical documentation;


     

    - responsible for coordination and execution of Operations during active phases;


     

    - responsible for coordination and execution of Operations during LEOP phase (Launch and Early Operations);


     

    - Ground Controller handling all satellites interfaces (LEO satellites) and the proper operating of ground means (on call days and 3/8 shifts);


     

    - preparation and validation of all the operationals products before Mission beginning.

     

     

    June 2012 - October 2013

     

    Planning Engineer/Ground Segment Controller/ROPS (responsible for operations)/AIO (ATV Interface Officer) for the preparation and execution of ATV4 ESA Mission

     

    - coordinate information exchange between ATV-CC (ATV Control Center), MCC-H (Houston Mission Control Center) and MCC-M (Moscow Mission Control center) to handle the planning of the activities aboard of ISS and schedule all the activities to be executed at ATV CC;


     

    - handle Xml files, excels routines and FOP software;


     

    - writing technical documentation;


     

    - responsible for coordination and execution of Operations during active phases;


     

    - responsible for coordination and execution of Operations during Free Flight phase until Rendez Vous with ISS;


     

    - Ground Controller handling all satellites interfaces (LEO satellites) and the proper operating of ground means (on call days and 3/8 shifts);


     

    - preparation and validation of all the operational products before Mission beginning.

     

     

     

    February 2011 - September 2011

     

    Junior Researcher

     

    Researcher on topics related to space experiments and coordinator of experimental activities, involved in theoretical study and preparation of experiments for heat dissipation in a microgravity environment:

     

    studies on heat-pipes ad Marangoni fluids;

     

    theoretical studies about heat dissipation and thermal exchanges in microgravity environment;

     

    numerical simulations about heat dissipation and thermal exchanges in microgravity environment;

     

    laboratory experiments about heat dissipation and thermal exchanges in heat pipes.

     

    February 2011

     

    Second Level Degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Thesis: “ Theoretical and experimental study of capillary effects in heat transfer devices”

    (in microgravity)

     

     

     


     


     

    February 2007

     

    First Level Degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Thesis: “Wind tunnel tests on elliptic model wing with remiges

     

     


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