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Thu, 19 Oct 2017 22:40:00 +0100
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Tue, 17 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0100
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Mon, 9 Oct 2017 16:30:00 +0100
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Wed, 4 Oct 2017 14:30:00 +0100
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     Date Submitted:13-06-2014
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     Current job:Ground Center Design
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsDesign and realization of Ground Centers, TT&C, Test Benches. Analysis of Images and Signals. Certified LabVIEW Architect
    CV

     

    Personal Data & Education

    • Born in Roma (Italy) March 24, 1963
    • Graduate in Electronic Engineering full marks cum laude June 29, 1988 with a Thesis in Artificial Intelligence applied to querying relational databases.
    • Nationality: Italian
    • Mother Tongue: Italian
    • Other Languages: English fluent.

     

    International Awards

    • Partecipation to 4 Space Shuttle Missions with design and realization of the Experiment Control Centers to control and monitor the facility on board during the whole mission. The systems were used by Scientists, Mission Specialists, Facility Specialists, and Commanding Managers.
    • Adjunct Professor in Temple University’s College of Science and Technology, in the Department of Biology
    • Design and development of more than 150 measurement & control integrated systems
    • Technical responsible for Naples Province on Aerospace and Galileo Projects.
    • Winner for three consecutive years to the second prize for the best italian Test&Measurement application by National Instruments
    • National Instruments “Certified Labview Architect” for more than 8 years (about 3 italian people, and about 50 all around the world)
    • Head of the group of expert for the European Community in the creation of the handbook “Standardization for Defence Procurement European Handbook” CEN WS 10 - EG 06 "Electrical interfaces" and Italian Delegate for the group EG 15 “Quality of Power Supply” (http://www.eda.europa.eu/EDSTAR/home.aspx)
    • European Space Agency Certified “ECSS Software Engineer” for space applications. 
    • Expert for evaluation of Research project on MIUR (Italian Research Ministry)
    • Italian Ministry of University and Research Consultant for innovation in the SMEs (Dirce Project).
    • European Space Exploration Strategy Group stakeholder for ESA future strategies on next missions on Moon and Mars
    • Editor for the book “Advanced Image Analysis Techniques for Clinical Patology” for Springer
    • Engineering patent help and prototype realization
    • Member of the Program Committee of ICHI2013 (IFMBE International Conference on Health Informatics)

     

     Patents

    1. Method and apparatus for checking and testing the characteristics of intervention clothes, in particular for firemen (named to LAA)
      International patent: G01N33/36C 2001
    2. Method and equipment for testing the color and reflectivity of high-visibility garments (named to LAA)
      International patent: G01N33/36C 2003
    3. High altitude eolic generator (A. Punziano e F. M. Sacerdoti)
      Patent pending: ITNA2005A000057. Sell to Airon srl
    4. Vibration and Deformation measurement system based on a telemetry. (F.M.Sacerdoti)
      Italian Patent: IT0001369738
    5. Magnetostictive multiple tag identification system (F.M.Sacerdoti, R.Germano)
      Italian Patent: IT0001398170
    6. Relax room multidimensional 5D (F.M.Sacerdoti, E.Esposito)
      Patent Pending: ITNA2009A000051
    7. Warehouse identification system for forklifts (F.M.Sacerdoti)

    Patent Pending: ITNA2009A000051

    1. Equipment commands with an audio channel of a surround system (F.M.Sacerdoti, E.Esposito)

    Patent Pending: ITNA2009A000076

    1. Total Body Photography acquisition system (F.M.Sacerdoti, E.Bucarelli)

    Italian Patent: IT0001397636

    1. Security System for forklift gates (F.M.Sacerdoti, E.Esposito)
      Patent Pending: ITNA2010A000006
    2. System and method for certifying a vehicle accident (F.M.Sacerdoti, S.Bove)
      Patent Pending: ITSA2011A000028
    3. System and method for automatic counting of pests and the automatic activation of countermeasures (F.M.Sacerdoti, E.Esposito). Patent Pending: ITNA2012A000014
    4. Electronic wallet system based on SMS which allows secure payments at stores equipped with POS (F.M.Sacerdoti, G.Langella, M.Murzilli). Patent Pending: ITNA2012A000030
    5. Hand coupling and fixing device, in particular button fixing device (M.Gemelli, F.M.Sacerdoti). International Patent Pending: PCT/IT2013/000142
    6. Didactic Projector: Autonomous system to use web educational contents in a classroom (F.M.Sacerdoti, S.Pagliara). Patent Pending: ITNA2013A000048
    7. UPAC: Manual system to realize simmetric decorative bows  (F.M.Sacerdoti, C.Formicola, et al.). Patent Pending: ITNA2013A000053

     

    Professional Experience

     

    2011-now Temple University - Philadelphia (USA)

    • Adjunct Professor in Temple University’s College of Science and Technology, in the Department of Biology
    • Professor at the course ENGR 5719/3719 “Introduction to BioEngineering”
    • Professor at the course BIOE 5301 “BioSignals”

     

    2011-now SHRO - Philadelphia (USA)

    • Scientist at Sbarro Health Research Organization

     

    2004-now e-voluzione srl

    • Founder of the company (company infos on: www.e-voluzione.it/en)
    • Production Process Analysis and Optimization
    • Design of system for reuse of industrial waste
    • Design and development of measurement & control integrated systems
    • Designer of systems for Whirlpool (Naples plant)
    • Designer of systems for Pirelli/Prysmian (Arcofelice plant)
    • Designer of engine test benches and fuel automatic control for AVIO
    • Designer of systems for Cofren/Wabtec
    • Designer of vision system with profilometry for analysis of complex dimensions of mechanical stuff
    • Design of a completely automated plant for production of wood windows 
    • Engineering consultant for creation of new patents or products
    • Design of acquisition system for CIRA PWT (Plasma Wind Tunnel)
    • Design of the new version of MCC (Mission Control Center) for next space mission of CIRA USV (Unmanned Space Vehicle).
    • Winner of the “Premio Nazionale Innovazione – StartCup Napoli” with Alert-Me a Early Warning system for Earthquakes.
    • Design and development for two research project on Multimedia Applications.
    • Technology consultant for realization of some Multimedia Museums
    • Design and realization of the technological part of "Comune di Napoli" stand in the International Forum of Cultures in Monterrey (Mexico)
    • Realization of a control system for Industrial Compressors
    • Scientific director in a Reasearch Center to develop new Automatic Industrial Laundry machines and automatic warehouses
    • Consultant for Natuzzi SpA for the creation of a JustInTime system for Baia Mare plant (Romany).
    • Consultant for Plant Simulation for a Industrial Laundry Company
    • Technological Consultant for Visteon to develop a new hardware/software system for an automotive application. Design of the functional test bench
    • Design of a remote acquisition system for vibrational analysis based on FPGA technology.
    • Realization of a pollution laser measurement system.
    • Realization of a space education experiment on a stratospheric balloon with Italian Space Agency
    • System integrator for Whirlpool plant.
    • System integrator for Pirelli/Prismian plant.
    • Organizer of a course on Hacking for the state police.

     

    2012-2013 Forus srl

    • Technical Director
    • Technical responsible for Seven Framework European Project “Heartways”

     

    1995-2004 ARTS srl  (System Integrator, Napoli)

    • Company Co-founder
    • Research and Development group manager
    • Design and development of industrial measurement systems for more than 50 customers on:
    • Industrial Production Monitoring
    • Production organization and Logistics
    • Complex Automation systems
    • Laboratory Automation
    • Vision Inspection Systems
    • Some customers: Whirlpool, FiatAvio, Pirelli, Marconi Mobile, Trenitalia, IPM Group, Ruetgers Automotive, AMSA Milano, Centrale del latte Milano, Tecnoteam, some universities and research centers.
    • Responsible of some Research Projects
    • Research responsible for the Campania Region Certified Laboratory (3.17)
    • Design and realization of two exhibits in the Science Museum (Città della Scienza) in Naples.
    • Design of the Experiment Control Center for STS-107 Space Shuttle Mission
    • ISO 9000 Technical Sector responsible

     

    1990-1995 MARS Center (Microgravity Research Center, Alenia Group, Napoli)

    • Spacelab LMS (Life and Material Science Mission): (Technical Manager): Responsible for the complete Electronic Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) to monitor and control the eight international experiments that will flight in the next LMS mission scheduled in June 1996 (ESA Project).
    • MITE-2: (Project Manager) Realization of EGSE for experiment MITE-2 during TEXUS 32 sounding rocket mission (end of Nov 1994) (ESA Project).
    • Biobox: (WP Manager) Member of the MARS team for the FOTON 10 (Biobox/Biopan) mission operation on November. Design and realization of the complete EGSE distributed all over Europe and Russia. (ESA Project).
    • Spacelab IML-2 Mission: (Technical Manager) design and realization of the whole EGSE (Electronic Ground Support Equipment) for the experiments performed on the ESA BDPU Facility during Spacelab IML-2 mission. It has to control and monitor seven experiments with the management of the commands to be uplinked to the Shuttle. (ESA Project).
    • Participation during the IML-2 mission to the BDPU Engineering team.
    • Participation to the definition and realization of the MARS and SROC Remote Control Centers (Italy and Belgium).
    • Spacelab D2-Mission: (Technical Manager) design and realization of the Man Machine Interfaces (MMI) for the monitor of the five experiments performed on the ESA AFPM Facility during the Spacelab mission D2. There was one MMI for each experiment, and one for the house-keeping data. (ESA Project). Participation during the D2 mission to the AFPM Engineering team.
    • INEXMAM: realization of the Experiment Man Machine Interface during the flight of the Sounding Rocket MASER 6 launched at Kurina (Sweden) in October (ESA Project).
    • ExpRes phase II: (Project Manager) Organization of an European Group for the harmonization and collection of data for the European database of Microgravity Experiments. Sub-Contractors: MUSC (Germany), CADMOS (France), and DUC (The Netherlands). (ESA Project).
    • Telescienza a terra. (Technical Manager) Realization of a Telescience Test-Bed (ASI Project).
    • Definition of hardware and software (with a General MMI design) to control a facility (AFPM).
    • Study of an experiment on SpaceHab with University of Colorado (USA) using the Italian facility FPM (Fluid Physics Module) (NASA Project).
    • Study of a Control System to obtain better microgravity conditions on an Airplane for Parabolic Flights.
    • Onset of Oscillatory Marangoni Flows (D2): Computerized temperature control system for MARS Micro-Floating Zone. Definition of a Control Work Station to remotely perform experiments (ASI Project).
    • ExpRes (Project Manager): to study and to realize a European database of Microgravity Experiments with MUSC of Köln. (ESA Project)
    • MAXUS. Technical realization of the Telescience communication links (ESA Project)
    • E1. Preparation of reports related to Computer Science (ESA Project).
    • GARR. Study of connection of MARS to the GARR network (Italian Research Network).
    • SIRS (Italian Space Network) (WP Manager) Realization of an Italian Network for Space Research (ASI Project).
    • Microgravity Expert System Study of Expert System Technology to be applied to Microgravity Environment and realization of prototypes (ASI project)
    • Study of application of parallel computational model to realize some Artificial Intelligence Systems (with ACS-Meiko).
    • AJUTOR (Project Manager) to realize a training/tutoring expert system for the familiarization of the microgravity environment with the (Digital Equipment Project).
    • Integration of the MARS Microgravity Data bank in CUIS Preparation of the Software Requirement Document (ESA Project).nico responsabile tecnico del progetto europeo per la realizzazione di un sistema software di acquisizione ed analisi dati nel corso della missione Shuttle “Spacelab LMS”. Responsabile documentazione e manualistica.

     

    1989-90 HAY Management Consultant (Multinational Company, Milano)

    • Technical manager, Senior Consultant, and Knowledge Engineer.
    • Expert systems for the Italian companies ATI (Airline company), Banco di Roma (Bank), Italcable and SIP (Telecommunication companies).
    • Feasibility study for the realization of an expert system for Aeritalia (Aerospace manufactory company.
    • Multimedia expert.
    • Network to do tele-maintenance of software.

     

    1987-89 NOOS (Artificial Intelligence Company, Napoli)

    • Research and development, project organization, teaching.
    • Technical Manager in an ESPRIT Basic Research Action Project. Expert system design and realization.
    • Preparation of a proposal for ASI (Agenzia Spaziale Italiana) with MARS Center on the expert system application to the microgravity environment.

     

     Other Professional Experience:

    • Statistical studies (1992-1993).
    • Teacher on Informatic Course (from Sept. 1987 to July 1988).
    • Computer Science Consultant for Industries, Hospitals, University of Naples, University of l’Aquila and for some professionals. (1981-87)

     

    Publications:

    1. Abbruzzese F., Mele F., Sacerdoti F.M. Integrazione trasparente tra Prolog e Database Relazionale: Gestione di risorse e ottimizzazione, Italian National Congress AICA 1987, Trento, Italy, 1987.
    2. Mele F., Sacerdoti F.M. Dal problema all’hardware: una metodologia di scelta dell’hardware per problemi di IA applicati, Technical Report 1/87, presented to CIRA (Italian Center for Aerospatial Research), Napoli, Italy,1987.
    3. Abbruzzese F., Mele F., Sacerdoti F.M. A Knowledge-Based Approach to Integration between Prolog and Relational Databases, International Conference Computational Intelligence-88, Milano, Italy. Published by the Elsevier Publisher, Holland, 1988
    4. Mele F., Sacerdoti F.M. Knowledge-based Approach to the problem of Integration, Workshop on Artificial Intelligence, (invited lecture), Catania, Italy, 1989
    5. Maraffi S., Sacerdoti F.M. SISMA: un Sistema Esperto per l'interpretazione dei sismogrammi, National Congress 1th workshop: Informatica e Scienze della terra, Sarnano, Italy, 1989.
    6. Sacerdoti F.M. F.M.SIT: a tool for Signal Interpretation, International Congress Modeling the Innovation: Communications, Automation and Information Systems, Roma, Italy, 1990.
    7. Willekens Ph., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. ExpRes: a European System to Distribute Information on Microgravity Experiments  42nd International Congress International Astronautical Federation IAF-91, Montreal, Canada, 1991. Published in Acta Astronautica vol.25, 1992.
    8. Napolitano L.G., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. ExpRes: una banca dati di esperimenti in microgravità National Congress XI Congresso Nazionale della Associazione Italiana di Aeronautica ed Astronautica AIDAA-91, Forlì, Italy, 1991.
    9. Willekens Ph., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. MARS-MEC: Integration of MARS Microgravity Data bank in CUIS, Columbus VII Symposium, Ischia, Italy, 1992. Published in Space Technology, n.1-1992.
    10. De Chiara V., Sacerdoti F.M. Definizione dell'architettura di un apparato per il controllo e la gestione di esperimenti in modalità remota, MARS Internal Report presented to ASI (Italian Space Agency), Italy, 1992.
    11. De Chiara V., Sacerdoti F.M. A Compact Control Work Station to perform remote microgravity experiments: the TSWS, International Congress ELGRA (poster session), Genova, Italy, 1993
    12. De Chiara V., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. Computer Control for  an advanced diagnostic systems for space experimentation: Visual Integrated System. International Congress ELGRA, Genova, Italy, 1993
    13. De Chiara V., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. The collection and harmonization of data for the ESA Experiment Database ExpRes International Congress ELGRA (poster session),  Genova, Italy, 1993
    14. De Chiara V., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. The Microgravity Experiment Database: an important tool for experiment design and evaluation International Symposium on Microgravity Science and Applications, Beijing, China, 1993. Microgravity Quarterly, n.76, 1993.
    15. De Chiara V., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. ExpRes la banca dati europea di esperimenti in microgravità; stato dell’arte e sviluppi futuri. XII Congresso Nazionale AIDAA, Como, Italy, 1993.
    16. De Chiara V., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. In-depth Concept and Advancement of European Flight Experiment Databases for the Science Community utilizing Microgravity. 44th International Congress International Astronautical Federation IAF-93 (IAF-93-J.2.275), Graz, Austria, 1993.
    17. Castagnolo D., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. User Support to AFPM Fluid Science Experiments during the D2-Mission, 44th International Congress International Astronautical Federation IAF-93, Graz, Austria, 1993. Published on Acta Astronautica, Volume 34, October 1994, Pages 223-232
    18. Sacerdoti F.M., Diretta Spaziale con Napoli, Il Mattino, Scienza e tecnologie, 1993
    19. Sacerdoti F.M., Esposito G., et.al. Man Machine Interfaces developed for the AFPM experiments in the D2 mission. International Symposium on Spacelab D-2 mission, Norderney, Germany, 1994.
    20. Duwe H., Sacerdoti F.M., et al. The ESA Microgravity Data Base (MGDB) - An inventory of Flight Experiment Results, International Symposium on Spacelab D-2 Mission, Norderney, Germany, 1994.
    21. Pletser V., Sacerdoti F.M. et al. Operation of the Advanced Fluid Physics Module during the Spacelab D-2 Mission, International Symposium on Spacelab D-2 Mission, Norderney, Germany, 1994.  
    22. Sacerdoti F.M. The Scientific Interface developed for the MITE-2 experiment on Texus 32 sounding rocket mission, 12th Sounding Rocket conference ESA, Norway, 1995
    23. Fortezza R., Sacerdoti F.M. The Scientific Ground Support Equipment for a multiuser facility- The BDPU experience, IAF International Astronautical Congress, 46 th, Oslo, Norway, 1995
    24. Sacerdoti F.M.,  Medusa G., Vivo E. MultiClient: sistema remotizzato per banchi di collaudo, NI-Days Europe 1999 conference on Virtual Instrumentation, Roma, 1999
    25. Sacerdoti F.M., HVCU: Un sistema di imaging per il controllo automatico di indumenti ad alta visibilità, NI-Days Europe 1999 conference on Virtual Instrumentation, Roma, 1999
    26. Sacerdoti F.M., Favini G., TetraTest: banco di prova di radio mobile, NI-Days 2000-2001 Worldwide conference on Virtual Instrumentation, Roma, 2001
    27. Sacerdoti F.M. BOSW: a software to monitor and control a Biological Facility on Space Shuttle Mission STS-107, NI-Days 2001-2002 Worldwide conference on Virtual Instrumentation, Roma, 2002
    28. Sammarco M., Garonna O., Sacerdoti F.M. TestInAText: Easy Programmable Functional Test and Image Analysis, NI-Days 2001-2002 Worldwide conference on Virtual Instrumentation, Roma, 2002
    29. Sacerdoti F.M., Papi M. A system to visually monitor pantographs, NI-Days 2002-2003 Worldwide conference on Virtual Instrumentation, Roma, 2003
    30. Sacerdoti F.M., Space Station Operations: a Space Shuttle Mission Lesson Learned, Interntional Congress International Astronautical Federation IAF-03, Bremen, 2003
    31. Sacerdoti F.M.,Di Micco R. et al. WASHTEST: un sistema di test a norma EN-60456, NI-Days 2003-2004 Worldwide conference on Virtual Instrumentation, Roma, 2004
    32. Sacerdoti F.M. The importance of Man-Machine Interface, European Space Exploration Strategy Stakeholder Workshop, Brussels, 2005 (invited speaker)
    33. Sacerdoti F.M.,Di Micco R. et al. La norma 60335 e la misura automatica della temperatura del motore delle lavatrici, NI-Days 2006-2007 Worldwide conference on Virtual Instrumentation
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