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A NASA official warned that extended delays in finalizing a fiscal year 2020 budget for the agency could have implications for its ability to stay on schedule for returning humans to the moon in 2024. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:26-08-2014
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     Current job:Unemployed
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     KeywordsI have highly developed skills in problem identification and implementation of effective solutions. I am comfortable with analyzing and understanding data, working under time pressure and presenting myself in a professional manner. I have a clear, logical
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    Personal Information

    Date of Birth August 11, 1988

    Place of Birth Rome, Italy

    Nationality Italian

     

    Languages

    Italian Mother tongue

    English Professional working proficiency 

     

    Education

    2011 - 2013 M.Sc. in Astronautical Engineering.

    DIAEE, Department of Astronautical, Electrical and Energy Engineering, Via Salaria

    851/881, 00138 Rome (RM) - Italy, ’Sapienza’ University of Rome.

    Master Thesis

    title: Solar-Photon Sailing Space Shuttle between Earth and Mars - Orbital Rendezvous

    Numerical Study

    Advisor Professor Christian Circi, ’Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy

    Co-advisor Doctor Giovanni Vulpetti, International Academy of Astronautics, Paris, France

    description: The thesis has the goal to provide a complete scheme of a Earth-Mars Solar-Photon Sailing Space Shuttle, in order to analyze the availability, the requirements and the performances obtained in terms of Transfer Time. We investigate the time-optimized interplanetary orbital transfer trajectories from Earth to Mars and vice versa with a multi-arc trajectory. The developed MATLAB code analyzes the opportunities for a Shuttle Mission by using a Solar- Photon Sail in the 2020-2030 frame, and the 3D transfer orbit has been time minimized in the sense of Non Linear Programming by means of three distinct trajectory arcs, each of one has a constant attitude profile in terms of azimuth and elevation angles, in the HOF reference frame.

    marks 110/110

     

    2007- 2011 B.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering.

    Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering, Via Eudossiana, 18, 00184 Rome

    (RM) - Italy, ’Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy.

    Undergraduate Thesis

    title The Problem of Comfort and Interior Noise in the Propeller-driven Aircrafts

    Advisor Professor Giuliano Coppotelli, ’Sapienza’ University od Rome, Italy

    description: A general analysis of passive and active noise control approach for the aircraft design is given providing some indications about the strategy used to select the optimum design approach.

     

    2007 High School Diploma, Scientific-Technological Orientation, Liceo Scientifico

    Statale A. Labriola, Rome.

     

    B.Eng Academic Background

    G.P.A.

    Bachelor

    3.20/4.00 - 25/30.0

     

    M.Eng Academic Background - Field of Interest

    G.P.A.

    Master

    3.85/4.00 - 28.8/30.0

     

    Academic Background - Field of Interest

    I have developed a deep passion in all the fields of aerospace engineering, focusing more on the study of Structural Engineering, Propulsion Systems and GNC. I have a solid theoretical foundation in the fields of modern astronautics, especially regarding the satellite and space vehicles GNC Systems and the flight dynamics and trajectory optimization. I am confident with advanced concepts of GNSS, and my principal field of interest is regarding the Orbit Determination of LEO/MEO satellites. 

     

    Job Experience

    March 2015 - September 2015 Internship at ’Thales-Alenia Space Italy - Rome

    Description: GALSEE IOCE, GALileo System Evaluation Equipments - Independent Orbit and Clocks Estimator, a Deimos Engenharia software. The GALSEE shall be designed and developed as an independent facility for the verification of GALILEO system in the IOV phase, using, as much as possible, measurement instruments, analysis methods and processing techniques independent of the ones used in Galileo operational elements. The IOCE software is able to perform the orbit determination and the clocks estimation of the mixed GPS and GALILEO Constellations. One of the most important task I was undertaking was the daily monitoring of the activity of the IOCE analysis and the development of a specific automatic tool performing Orbit Determination and Time Synchronization analysis, able to processing data from IOCE, through the use of statistical techniques. Another important analysis covered the critical scenario where some of the ground stations of the Galileo Ground Segment have been switched-off due to an undefined critical failure (Galileo Sensor Stations Removal Impact analysis), and the performance of the system have been analyzed and compared with the operating scenario. Similarly, a complementary analysis has been conducted regarding only the PTF observations (PTF Data Removal), in which I studied the effects of data removal from the observations relative to the Master Station. 

     

    January 2011 I worked as a Scientific and Qualified Guide for the ’Festival of the Science 2011’ at ’Parco della Musica’ Auditorium, in Rome

    2010 - 2011 I worked occasionally in a Restaurant in Fiumicino, where I live

    2006 - present Self employed: I teach Mathematics, Calculus, Physics, Chemistry and the most important Engineering subjects to high school and university students

     

    Contest Achievements

    May 2005 Participated in the Mathematics and Physics Italian Olympiads

    May 2004 Co-winner of the ’Canale Web Aerospaziale’ contest sponsored by ASI and CIRA - My High school received the prize money of 25,000 euros and I have got a tuition waiver for that year

     

    Computer skills

    OS

    Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X Macintosh, Linux (Fedora, Red Hat, Ubuntu), UNIX OS

     

    Computer Literacy Certification

    European Computer Driving License (ECDL) - Certification No.: IT516713 

    Text Editing

    LATEX, Microsoft Office, Apache OpenOffice, Apple iWork

     

    Educational and Scientific Software

    Derive, Mathematica, GnuPlot, Texas Instruments TI Nspire CAS,
    STK - Systems Tool Kit (Waiting for Certification), MatLab and Simulink (Advanced), ThermalDesktop (basic) 

     

    Computer-Aided Drafting

    AutoCAD (basic)

     

    Programming Languages

    C++, Fortan F90 (Both Basic Level)

     

    Personal Considerations

    I have highly developed skills in problem identification and implementation of effective solutions.
    I am comfortable with analyzing and understanding data, working under time pressure and presenting myself in a professional manner. I have a clear, logical mind with a practical approach to problem solving and a drive to see things through to completion. I enjoy working on my own initiative or in a team, and my excellent communication and motivational skills enable me to lead projects in a positive and effective manner.

    I hereby authorize the use of my personal details solely for circulation within the company according to the Italian Legislative Decree No. 196/2003. 

     

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