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     Date Submitted:06-05-2014
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     Current job:Avionics Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsI work as avionic engineer on military aircraft in an aeronautic industry. I deal with system design, integration of new weapon functionality, software integration, and support to the test activities
    CV

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    NATIONALITY: Italian
    DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: June 4, 1987, Asti (AT), Italy


    WORK EXPERIENCE

    September 2015 – Now
    Company:  General Electric Aviation – Chelthenham (United Kingdom)
    Department: Aviation Systems and Digital Engineering & Technology - Advanced Tech & Platform Sys
    Qualification awarded: Avionic Systems Engineer 
    Skills covered: Remote Interface Unit development, with particular focus on the integration and verification phases of the system lifecycle. Manage of the Resource Database and Aircraft ICD interfaces to maintain the compatibility between the customer functionalities and Remote Interface Unit capabilities and functionalities. 

    January 2014 – August 2015
    Company:  Sofiter System Engineering, Corso Francia, 35 - Turin.
    Department: Armament Control System team of Eurofighter program.
    Qualification awarded: Avionic systems engineer consultant at Alenia Aermacchi - Turin.
    Skills covered: system design, integration of new weapons and new weapons functionalities, software specification and support to the test activities, definition of the Armament Control System architecture, requirements capture, managing of the bus ICD, contribution to the generation of System Design and Interface Control Documents. The system design activities are performed on the Enhanced Safety Critical Armament Controller (ESCAC) and Non Safety Critical Armament Controller (NSCAC), the two computers that manage the Armament Control System of EFA. 

    May 2013 - December 2013
    Company: Thales Alenia Space Italia, Strada antica di Collegno, 253 – Turin.
    Qualification awarded: Internship in Space Environment and Debris department.
    Skills covered: Assessment of failures produced by micro-meteoroids and orbital debris (MMOD) on the space modules of the ISS and possible design improvements evaluation in order to meet the requirements. These activities are performed on the Multi Purpose Crew Vehicle - European Service Module (MPCV-ESM) and Permanent Multi-purpose Module (PMM).

    December 2010 - September 2012
    Company: Fnac Italia.
    Qualification awarded: Shop assistant.
    Skills covered: Assigned to the warehouse and logistics, saleswoman, contact with customers. 


    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    September 2012 - March 2013
    Master degree thesis at Thales Alenia Space, Strada antica di Collegno, 253 – Turin.
    Thesis title: space debris mitigation: guidelines and End-of-Life measures for satellites in Low Earth Orbit and Geostationary Earth Orbit.
    Activities:
    Critical study of space debris requirements according to standards ISO 24113 and NASA Handbook STD 87191.14 with special attention to the disposal phase. End-Of-Life measures for satellites (de-orbiting maneuvers and technical solutions for active debris removal). Orbit lifetime prediction for the test case Sentinel-1 using STELA tool, assessment of drag augmentation device configuration for Sentinel-1 to perform the atmospheric reentry as required.

    September 2010 - March 2013
    University: Politecnico di Torino.
    Qualification awarded: Master Degree in Aerospace Engineering with specialization in Space Application and Technologies.
    Skills covered: Orbital Mechanics, Space Mission Design and Space Systems, Aerospace Structures, Electrical Propulsion and Aircraft Engine, Rocket Propulsion, Flight mechanics, Design of Aircraft Vehicles, Avionics Systems, Aircraft Board Systems. 

    September 2007 - March 2011
    University: Politecnico di Torino.
    Qualification awarded: Bachelor’s in Aerospace Engineering.
    Thesis title: multi-domain analysis of the efficiency of an air conditioning plant of a commuter aircraft.
    Skills covered: Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Technical Drawing and CAD (Solidworkds), Chemistry, Structures Flight Mechanics, Aircraft Propulsion, On-board systems, Aerodynamics and Fluid Dynamics, Material Science, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Information Technology (C programming and Matlab), Statistic.


    TECHNICAL SKILLS 
    Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office;
    Good knowledge of MATLAB, PATRAN STK, as per university courses;
    Good knowledge of ESABASE2, MASTER2009, ORDEM2000, STELA2.2.1, as per work experience in Thales Alenia Space;
    Practical knowledge of the System Lifecycle;
    Aerospace System Engineering experience including requirement management, system design, system architecture design and integration;
    Competent in the use of system requirement engineering tools such as DOORs;
    Experience in managing and flow down of requirements to sub-tiers for aerospace or defense programmers;
    Configuration Management System (e.g. Serena Dimensions);
    Knowledge of Armament Control System and weapon system integration of Eurofighter Typhoon;
    Good experience in STATEMATE tool;
    Good knowledge and experience in UML (Unified Modeling Language) and AM (Architectural Model) for software system design activities;
    Knowledge of military aerospace standards (MIL-STD-1760 and MIL-STD-1553);
    Knowledge of technical documentation and report writing;
    Aerospace related physics and mathematics tools and methods , as per university courses.

     

    LANGUAGE SKILLS
    Italian: mother tongue;
    English: intermediate;
    Certificate: IELTS;
    French: Basic knowledge.


    OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES  
    Good problem solving capabilities, flexibility in adapting to different circumstances, with an interest in engineering and technology;
    Good ability to respect work requirements and deadlines;
    Strong organizational and good verbal, presentation and written communication skills;
    Energetic and self-motivated, with an ability to self-manage multiple tasks;
    Excellent planning and organizational skills with great attention to detail and ability to prioritize work;
    Positive "can-do" approach, enthusiastic and able to demonstrate initiative and self-motivation;
    Good team player who is capable of operating in a multi discipline environment.


    HOBBY AND INTERESTS
    Practicing swimming;
    Photography;
    Painting;
    Reading.


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