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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:07-11-2014
     Last Modified:07-11-2014 (02:35)
    Job information
     Current job:Scientist
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     Keywordselectric propulsion, micropropulsion, design, fabrication, testing, experiment, MEMS, CAD, MATLAB
    CV

    EDUCATION

    Ph.D., M.Phil., M.Sc.
    Yale University,
    Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Department
    New Haven, CT
    2008-2013 (est.)
    • Presented research findings (peer-reviewed proceedings) at national and international conferences.
    • Authored peer-reviewed publications (under review).

    Laurea Triennale (B.S.), Laurea Magistrale (M.Sc.)
    University of Naples “Federico II”, Aerospace and Astronautical Engineering    
    Naples, Italy          
    2002-2007
    • Graduated summa cum laude, top 2% in the Aerospace Engineering program.
    • Credited for 56 classes (e.g., 16 in Fluid Dynamics, 2 in Turbomachinery Design, and 7 in Structural Design).


    PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

    • Managed and led an experimental project.
    • Implemented micro-fluidic systems.
    • Designed components using CAD tools (SolidWorks, COSMOS, Layout Editor, AutoCAD).
    • Microfabricated MEMS silicon devices using photolithography and dry etching (DRIE) in cleanroom.
    • Coded (MATLAB, FORTRAN) and simulated with Computational Fluid Dynamics tools (COMSOL).


    RELATED EXPERIENCE

    AkzoNobel Indrustrial Chemicals
    Amersfoort, NL
    2013-present
    • Enrolled in a fast track management program.
    • Managed Lean Six Sigma (L6S) projects in Salt and Energy Business Unit.
    • Coached Green Belts to foster the L6S methodology.


    Yale University, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Department    
    New Haven, CT
    2008-2013
    • Developed an electrostatic atomizer of nanodroplets (ElectroSpray) for space propulsion applications.
    • Defined short-term goals and final objectives of a 3-year research plan, always meeting deadlines.
    • Analyzed particle charge-to-mass ratio using mass spectrometry based on Time-of-Flight.
    • Designed micro-fluidics, tuning the hydraulic impedance of micro-channels (10 microns) packed with beads (2 microns).
    • Implemented sensitive circuitry to diagnose electric currents (~ microAmps) in high voltage devices (~10 kV).
    • Troubleshot system misbehavior, monitoring and controlling device operation.
    • Operated and maintained a vacuum chamber supported by turbo-molecular pumps (~10-9 bar).
    • Synthesized electrolytes with high electrical conductivity (> 1 S/m).
    • Developed a low-cost microfabrication process to scale up silicon device production.
    • Simulated the trajectory of charged droplets using a multi-physics software.
    • Used Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), contact and optical profilometers for quality control.
    • Led physics laboratories.

    Italian Aerospace Research Center (C.I.R.A.)    Capua, Italy
    2005-2007
    • Identified and implemented a spherical harmonics method to simulate the radiation heat transfer in plasma environment on atmospheric re-entry vehicles from space.


    LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

    • President of the Italian Society of Yale Students and Affiliates.
    • Coordinator of the social events of the Engineering department of Yale University.
    • Treasurer of the European Association of Aerospace Students EUROAVIA Naples “Umberto Nobile.”
     

    RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS


    •  G. Lenguito, J. Fernandez de la Mora and A. Gomez “Scaling up the power of an electrospray microthruster”, J.Micromech. Microeng. 24 (2014).
    •  G. Lenguito and A. Gomez “Development of a multiplexed electrospray micro-thruster with post-acceleration and beam containment”, J. Appl. Phys. 114 (2013).
    • G. Lenguito and A. Gomez “Pressure-Driven Operation of Microfabricated Multiplexed ElectroSprays of Ionic Liquid Solutions for Space Propulsion Applications”, J. MEMS 99 (2013).
    • G. Lenguito “Multiplexed Electrosprays for Space Propulsion Applications”, Ph.D. Dissertation Yale University (2013).
    • G. Lenguito and Borrelli S. “Radiative Gas Dynamics: The Spherical Harmonics Method to Solve the Radiative Transfer Equation,” ESA Special Publications 659 (2009).

    HONORS

    • Held seminars at JPL-NASA (CA, USA), EPFL (Switzerland), and UCF (FL, US).
    • “G. P. O’Leary Fellowship” in engineering at Yale University.
    • ERASMUS Scholarship at TU Delft University (Netherlands).


    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    • Language: Italian (native), English (fluent), Dutch (intermediate).
    • Ability and Flexibility to travel.
    • Interests: sailing, scuba diving, automotive sports.


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