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     Date Submitted:28-05-2014
     Last Modified:11-06-2014 (09:04)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Engineer. Recent graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAerospace Engineer,Electric propulsion,Rocket Propulsion,Satellite instrumentation,Orbital mechanics,Propellant feed system,Thermal fluid science, Aerothermodynamics,Space systems,Aerospace structures,Electronic circuit,3D CAD,Capillarity,Magnetohydrodyna


       Personal information




       Date of birth

        02 November 1987





       Work experience

      A one year thesis work carried out in Alta SpA (Pisa, Italy) a European small  

      company in the Aerospace propulsion sector.

      A magnetohydrodynamic pump was designed and tested, being thought to use as   

      propellant feed system for FEEP (Field Emission Electric Propulsion) engine.

      Experimental activity involved: electronic circuit assembly, use of vacuum  

      chamber, analysis of electric current in ionic liquid, test on capillarity and wetting 



    Education and training



            Date (from to)

     September 2009 - April  2014

       Title of qualification    



     Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering on 15/04/2014 with the grade of  110/110.

     Pegasus certificate:  Partnership of a European Group of Aeronautics and Space Universities.   




               skills covered

     Chemical Rocket Propulsion (rocket propulsion systems, liquid propellant rockets,  

     solid propellant rockets, hybrid rockets, turbomachines, cavitating turbopumps,  

     mission analysis and trajectories), Aerothermodynamics, Electric Propulsion  

     (MagnetoPlasmaDynamic Propulsion, Hall Effect Thrusters and Field Emission  

     Electric Propulsion), Plasma Physics, Orbital Mechanics, Space Systems, Thermal-

     Fluid Sciences, Control Engineering, Satellite Instrumentations, Machine Design,  

     Aerospace  Structures.


     Organization providing

    education and training

      Aerospace Engineering Faculty Department, University of Pisa.

     (The graduate program was offered in English)

               Master thesis


     Ionic liquids FEEP propellant feed system: magnetohydrodynamic pump.


                     Test marks

       Electric Propulsion I           30/30                            Satellite Instrumentations         30/30

       Electric Propulsion II          30/30 (cum laude)        Thermal-Fluid Sciences            28/28

       Rocket PropulsionI             28/30                            Aerospace Control Systems     26/30

       Rocket PropulsionII            28/30                            Aircraft Structures                    27/30

       Space System                    30/30                             Machine Design                      24/30

      Space Flight Mechanics      30/30


                  Date (from to)


       September 2006 – December 2009


          Title of qualification    



       First-level degree (Bachelor of Science) obtained in December, 01, 2009  with the grade of 108/110


    Principal subjects/occupational

                skills covered


      Physics,Maths, Fluid Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Solids, Mechanics Engineering,

      Structural Analysis, Material Science, Electronic,Jet-Engine, CAD Design.


            Organization providing   

            education and training    


      Aerospace Engineering Faculty Department, University of  Pisa


                     Bachelor thesis


      Superalloy for turbine of  jet engines



                      Date (from to)



      September 2001 – June 2006


      Organiztion providing education

                                     and training


     Liceo scientifico-Siciliani (CZ) (high school)

       Title of qualification awarded

      Scientific High School degree


                PERSONAL SKILLS


                  Mother tongue(s)




                  Other language(s)





              Theoretical knowledge


     Physics, Maths, Rocket Propulsion, Electric Propulsion, Fluid Dynamics,  

     Aerothermodynamics, Plasma Physics, Thermal-Fluid Science, Orbital  Mechanics,     

     Spacecraft systems, Aerospace Structures, Mechanics Engineering, Electronics,  

     Control Engineering.


                  Applicative skills

     Electric circuit and electromagnet assembly, electrical instrumentation and vacuum chambers use.

     (I have acquired these skills during thesis work)

     Software knowledge:  CATIA, SolidWorks, FidoCAD, DraftSight, FEMM, LTspice,  

                                        Matlab, Ansys 11 Workbench.


                       Social skills


     I am a sociable, hardworker person and determined to reach my goals.


     Project for Space Systems course regarding the plan of a lunar mission.

     Project of a rotor actuator (for ball valve closing/opening) for Machine Design course.

        (Both projects was conducted in team with other students)

                     Driving license

     Type  ”B”  Italian driving license


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