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Thu, 23 May 2019 22:23:07 +0000
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NASA has selected Maxar Technologies to develop the first element of its lunar Gateway, the Power and Propulsion Element, for launch in late 2022. SpaceNews.com
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Thu, 23 May 2019 05:54:43 +0000
NOAA’s Satellite and Information Service is requesting nearly $17.3 million in 2020 funding for a series of initiatives to explore the potential contributions of new data partnerships, small satellites and advanced technologies. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:09-07-2014
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     Current job:AIT/EGSE Responsible
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsEGSE, Inertial Navigation, RF test engineer, Matlab/Simulink programmation, AOCS, Radar test engineer, AIT responsible
    CV

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    01/01/2018–Present AIT Responsible for Juice RIME Radar
    Thales Alenia Space, Rome (Italy)

    Responsible of the definition and the procurement of the EGSE for testing the RIME radar for Juice
    project. In charge of the non-recurrent AIT activities (specifications, procurements, testing methods
    etc.).


    01/10/2016–31/12/2017 Radar Test Engineer for Cosmo Second Generation Satellite
    Thales Alenia Space, Rome (Italy)

    In charge of testing the performances of the EM Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) for Cosmo Second Generation.
    In charge of test methods definitions, test sequences and post-processing tools development.

     

    09/2016 Co-author in the draft of the scientific article: "BEPICOLOMBO MPO PFM
    RADIATED EMC TEST WITH DEDICATED MGSE"
    .
    Thales Alenia Space, Rome (Italy)

    Co-authors: Georg Deutsch (ETS), Jaap van der Meulen (ETS), Davide Rovelli (TAS-I), Klaus
    Kempkens (ASD), Bernard Guillaume (ESA), Axel Junge (ESA).
    The paper was presented at the 14th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON SPACECRAFT
    STRUCTURES, MATERIALS AND ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING in Toulouse, France.

     

    01/10/2015–01/10/2016 TT&C RF Test Engineer for BepiColombo Satellite
    Thales Alenia Space, Noordwijk (Netherlands)

    TT&C Engineer for the Satellite AIT integration phase of BepiColombo program in ESA ESTEC
    premises.
    In charge of testing BepiColombo Deep Space Transponder and MoreKAT RF Payload
    performances.

     

    01/04/2014–31/09/2015 EGSE Responsible (Electrical Ground Support Equipment) for the ExoMars Project
    Thales Alenia Space, Roma (Italy)

    In charge of supervising, managing and checking the programme's EGSE of the Radar Doppler
    Altimeter (RDA) of the ExoMars programme (Rome, Italy).
    Responsible of the EGSE technical specifications for the RDA outdoor testing activities in Morocco(Field Test). Member of the electrical team for Test Sequences preparation and for the development of scientific data post-processing tools (Matlab/Simulink, C++).


    06/2013–12/2013 EGSE Responsible (Electrical Ground Support Equipment) for SENTINEL 3
    Satellite

    Thales Alenia Space, Rome (Italy)

    In charge of supervising, managing and checking the programme's EGSE, member of the electrical
    team during the Platform testing phase on the S3-A (Cannes, France) and S3-B (Rome, Italy).
    Developer of test sequences for platform testing activities (AOCS, SADM, Power Sub-sys etc.).

     

    03/2012–03/2014 EGSE Responsible (Electrical Ground Support Equipment) for KAZSAT 3 TLC Payload
    Thales Alenia Space, Roma (Italy)

    Responsible for the developing of the programme's EGSE requirements specification with in charge
    the procurement phase: supervisor of TAS-F; responsible for programmatic review CDR, PDR,
    TRR,PTR/DRB; responsible for commissioning and Golden Test.
    Residence in Toulouse for 6 months.
    Support to proposal phase: EGSE re-use and maintaining plan; spare part procurement.
    Payload Electrical team member: test SW developing, test engineer for electrical integration, ambient test (sub-section, end to end); test procedure and reports; test requirement implementation; NCR and trouble shooting. Satellite Electrical team member (Zheleznogorsk, Russia 12/2013–03/2014): with in charge payload responsibility, participation to integrated test phase, thermal vacuum test, radiated test campaign (Auto-compatibility and EMC).


    10/03/2012 Co-author in the draft of the scientific article: "Design and tests of a frictionless 2D platform for studying space navigation and control subsystems".
    Sapienza - Università di Roma, DIAEE, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Astronautica, Elettrica ed
    Energetica (Department of Astronautical, Electric and Energetic Engineering), Rome (Italy)

    Co-authors: Giovanni Palmerini e Marco Sabatini. The paper was presented at the 2012 IEEE
    Aerospace Conference in Big Sky, Montana, USA within the session: "Spacecraft Guidance,
    Navigation and Control Technologies".


    01/09/2011–29/02/2012 Six-month traineeship at Thales Alenia Space Italy
    Leonardo Mazzini, Thales Alenia Space Italia, Rome (Italy)

    Activity in the field of the Flight Operation Procedures (FOP).
    R&D for the development of a high-performance MEMS gyroscope for space applications, under the supervision of Arturo Intelisano (TAS-I), in cooperation with the CNR (Istitute of Photonics and
    Nanotechnologies within the National Centre for Research)

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    10/09/2008–20/07/2011 MA in Space Engineering, grade: 110/110 summa cum laude
    Sapienza - Università di Roma, Rome (Italy)
    Satellite communication systems, orbital mechanics, satellite electronics, astronautical propulsors, dynamics of the aerospace structures, articulate space structures et alia.Title of the Graduation Thesis: "Study and experimentation of the control system of a pneumatic suspension platform for the simulation of space systems". Supervisor: Prof. Paolo Gasbarri, Co-supervisor: Prof. Giovanni Palmerini and Eng. Marco Sabatini

    10/09/2005–10/12/2008 BA in Aerospace Engineering, grade: 105/110
    Sapienza - Università di Roma, Rome (Italy)

    Aerodynamics, aeronautic constructions, methods and mathematical models for Engeneering, Partial derivative equations. Graduation Thesis: "Structural optimization of a micro-satellite for scientific applications". Supervisor: Prof. Paolo Gasbarri

    07/2005 Diploma di Maturità Classica, voto: 100/100
    Classical High School Diploma at Luciano Manara School, Rome (Italy)

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

    Mother tongue(s) Italian
    Other language(s) English C1 Level
    Organisational / managerial skills Very good managerial ability, acquired during various professional experiences; very good team-work abilities.
    Job-related skills Good command of the planning, development and test-phase of satellite systems.
    Digital skills Deep knowledge of Fortran, C++, Visual Basic, Matlab/Simulink, Labview.
    Excellent knowledge of MS Office, MS Excel, MS Power Point, MS Access and MS Visio.
    Good knowledge of Doors.


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