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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:03-07-2014
     Last Modified:12-01-2018 (04:32)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace and astronautical engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services,
     Keywordscelestial mechanics, astrodynamics, STK, space debris, propulsion, cubesat
    CV

    Qualification

    Aerospace and astronautical engineer

     

    Sex: Male

    Date of birth: September 19th, 1986

    Nationality: Italian

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE: AEROSPACE AND ASTRONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

     

    Sep. 2013 Current

    Collaboration with DIAEE, “Sapienza” University of Rome

    DIAEE Dipartimento di Ingegneria Astronautica, Elettrica ed Energetica.

    Orbital mechanics study concerning elliptical Mars quasi-synchronous orbits. A article, concerning theoretical study and computer simulations with STK, GMAT and Matlab, has just been submitted.
    References: Dr. C. Circi, Dr. E. Ortore

     

    Sep. 2012 Mar. 2013

    Internship at DLR - EADS Astrium
    “Investigation of transient flow in fuel supply systems of small thrusters”

    DLR (German Aerospace Center), Institute of Space Propulsion. Site Lampoldshausen, Germany.

    Numerical simulations and model validation of water hammer and transient flow in liquid rocket engine feedlines. EcosimPro software was widely used and brand new components were created editing built-in library and models. This research project was carried out in cooperation between DLR and EADS Astrium.
    References: Prof. Dr. M. Oschwald, Prof. A. Paolozzi, Dr. A. Ingenito.

     

    Mar. 2009 Sep. 2009

    Member of TCS (Thermal Control System) group of ESA-ESMO project

    European Space Agency (ESA), ESMO (European Student Moon Orbiter), Phase B

    Design and verification of the thermal control system for a lunar satellite using Esatan TMS and other software. Collaboration within the group and interface with the other European teams.

     

    Aug. 2008 Jan.2009

    Member of the Mechanical Structure group of SWARM-SSETI project

    SWARM - SSETI (Student Space Exploration and Technology Initiative) project, Phase A

    Preliminary structure design of a femto-satellite with CAD/CAM software (Solid Egde, Solid Works, …). Collaboration within the team and interface with groups of other subsystems.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE: IT AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

     

    2005 (current)

    Freelance activity as programmer, webmaster, webdesigner, SEO and IT

     

    Website design, development and management for private, associations, public and private companies (code, scripting, graphics, SEO, user interface, MySQL db, ...).

     

    References: Tecnoter Group (2012→current), AER (2011→current), GAK.it (2003→current), “Sapienza” University of Rome (2012), FIGL - Italian Lacrosse Federation (2010), AIESEC in Roma Tre University (2008), SystemCafe (2007), Roma Leones Lacrosse (2006), and others.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE: ASTRONOMY AND POPULAR SCIENCE

     

    2011 (current)

    Astronomy teacher and popular science events organizer

    Speaker for scientific and astronomic talks, conferences (non-academic), star parties and popular science events organized in collaboration with local or national organizations. References provided on request.

    2004 2007

    Assistant in astronomy classes hosted by “GAK, Gruppo Astrofili Keplero

    2007 2013

    Teacher in astronomy classes hosted by “GAK

    2010 (current)

    Manager and coordinator of the activities of “GAK”

     

    Popular science for people and high school students. Theoretical and practical activities in astronomy, astronautics and science. The yearly (non-academic) course held by GAK (amateur astronomy group in Rome) consist of classroom lessons and observations, both with the naked eye or through telescopes.

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    Feb. 2014 Apr. 2014

    Space System Engineering Course – 96,2/100

    MOOC course held by NASA and the Saylor Foundation

    The course have dealt basic systems engineering: project life cycle, scoping, mission architecture, WBS, PBS, CONOPS, requirements and configuration management, project management, trade studies.
    I also won the Mars Sample Return Project (competition) that granted me a NASA sponsored reward.

     

    Jan. 2010 May 2013

    Master's Degree in Astronautical Engineering – 110/110

    Thesis title: “Water-hammer simulations in liquid rocket engine feedlines” (performed at DLR). School of Aerospace Engineering, “Sapienza“ University of Rome.

     

    Sep. 2005 Jan. 2010

    Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering – 97/110

     

    Thesis title: “Space debris: prevention and protection techniques”
    Aerospace Engineering, “Sapienza“ University of Rome.

     

    Sep. 2000 July 2005

    Esame di stato (High-school diploma) – 95/100

     

    Liceo Scientifico Statale “G. Keplero” in Rome (scientific high school)

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Computer skills and competences for engineering

    • Thermal Analysis: Esatan Thermal Modelling Suite (Esatan, Esarad).

    • CFD: Ecosim, Mesh Generator.

    • Data analysis and processing: Matlab, Data Studio, Shilab, Tecplot.

    • CAD/CAM: Solid Edge, Solid Works.

    • Astrodynamics and astronomy: AGI STK, GMAT, Registax, Iris, K3ccdtool, Astronomy lab.

    • Project Management: Microsoft Project 2013, Microsoft Visio.

     

    Computer skills

    • Extensive knowledge of information technology and coding in many programming languages: Assembler, C, CSS, Dhtml, Fortran, Ecosim Language, HTML, Java, JavaScript, Matlab, MySQL, PHP, Python, Simulink, Visual Basic, XML, XHTML, Ajax techniques, RegExp.

    • Websites design with Adobe Creativity Suite CS6 (Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash, Acrobat, Photoshop, Premiere) for CMS (e.g. Wordpress) and custom platforms.

    • Advanced use of Windows-based OS and good knowledge of Linux and Mac OS.

    • Advanced knowledge of text editing and spreadsheet (Microsoft Office Suite, Open Office, Adobe Acrobat), audio/video editing and image processing (Suite CS6 and others SW).

     

    LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

    Other languages

    English, French, Russian

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

    Publications and other documents

    • Ortore E., Circi C., Somma G. L. “Long dwell time orbits for lander-based Mars missions”, Earth, Moon, and Planets. Submitted on June 6th, 2014 (awaiting approval).


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