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     Date Submitted:03-12-2014
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     Current job:AIV Engineer (Ground Segment), AIT EGSE maintenance
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Date available:within 2 months
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     KeywordsAIV Engineer (Ground Segment), AIT EGSE maintenance
    CV

    EDUCATION
     
    July 2001
     
    Title of qualification awarded: Degree

    University of  Roma “La Sapienza”

    Aerospace Engineering
    Thesis: Designing a data transmission system for the microsatellite UNISAT-2

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    AIV Engineer (Ground Segment)

    Telespazio like subcontractor with NEXT Spa

    June 2015 – September 2017 (2 anni 4 mese) Roma, Italia

    System integration, validation and testing for Göktürk Ground Segment (GGS) and Mobile Ground Segment (MGS)

    Activities and responsibilities: 
    - Preparation of documents, specifications and procedures
    - Verification planning (define verification methods, define test approach, prepare test data cases, define success criteria, schedule)
    - Execution of test procedures
    - Production of test data reports
    - On site support
    - Software problems management

    In particular, validation of Control & Mission Subsystem (CMS), the Subsystem in charge of Satellite command and control as well as of Mission Planning.

    The principal components of the CMS are: Satellite & Payload Control (SPC), Flight Dynamics System (FDS), Mission Planning (MP), Cyphering / Decyphering Equipment (CDE), Dynamic Satellite Simulator (DSS).

    Testing activities on DSS in THALES ALENIA SPACE, Cannes, France, when required.

    Support activity testing in Fucino – Space Center.

    Test activities in GGS (Göktürk Ground Segment) Military Building, Ankara, Turkey:

    Orbit Keeping and E2E IOT Campaign.

    Use of the software tools for space activities: vSphere, SCOS 2000, FreeFlyer

     

    AIT EGSE Engineer

    OHB System - Galileo FOC - support from THALES ALENIA SPACE like subcontractor with NEXT Spa

    October 2013 – December 2014 (1 anno 3 mesi) Brema, Germania

    Support for the EGSE system for the production of the GALILEO FOC satellites.
    In particular maintenance of the Platform EGSE (TT&C SCOE, TMTC FEE, Power SCOE, OBDH SCOE, AOCS SCOE, DBS SCOE) and the Core EGSE (Island Controller for managing the tests on a specific island and interfacing the EGSE/SCOE needed.
    At each Core EGSE, thin clients is used running an embedded operating system, which provides the log-in mechanism to connect to virtual machines hosted on the central server blade center)

    Use of the software tools for space activities: SCOS2000

     

    AIT EGSE Engineer

    THALES ALENIA SPACE like subcontractor with NEXT Spa

    March 2008 – March 2013 (5 anni 1 mese) Roma, Italia

    Procurement and management of EGSE system for the production of the Globalstar 2 and O3b FM satellites.

    In particular integration, validation and management of the EGSE system (UMBILICAL, SAS, PYRO, BATSIM, OBSW Loader, AOCS and GSSL SCOE) and validation of OCOE system for each islands: IPT (Initial performing tests), FTP (Final performance test), Thermal chamber, Thermal vacuum, Acoustic, Propulsion and Anechoic.
    Participation in TRR, NRB and analysis of NCR with the customer.

    HW experience:
    As a standard practice in charge is to allocate and connect cables between the EGSE and S/C and to validate set-up as well.
    Test on different SCOEs using standard laboratory instruments: Break-out boxes, multimeter, oscilloscope, power supply and others.
    These activities carried out for set-up and/or investigations.
    Autotests on the SCOEs, with dedicated test cable and software tool for autotest.

    SW experience:
    Maintenance and configuration of the SDE ambient (Software Development Environment), a specific centralized set of computers more peripherals able to support each off line activities and to provide the adequate data storage environment.
    Configuration of the islands for the testing activity. Each island is composed of a server (UNIX) and two or three clients (windows) used by test conductors.

    Test experience:
    Support to various testing activities on various spacecraft (25 satellites) during various phases, FPT, IPT, TC and TVAC.
    Support and execution of the principal functional tests by running sequence by TCC, especially during critical situations.
    Analysis of the failure and modification of the code of test sequences. Code inspection of the test sequences to solve the problems occurred during the tests.

    Use of the software tools for space activities: OCOE 5, ECHO, DSS, WAND , e-TDHS , DMS
    Production of procedures for Set-Up testing, Installation and validation of the EGSE system for Rome, Cannes and Baikonur (launch base) site.

     

    Test Software Engineer

    MBDA like subcontractor with NEXT Spa

    giugno 2004 – febbraio 2008 (3 anni 9 mesi)Roma, Italia

    Production and modification of documents Software Requirements Specification (SRS),
    Software Design Description (SDD),
    Software Test Plan (STP),
    Software Test Design (STD) (MIL-STD 498).
    CSCI and C2 system testing.
    Validation of C2 system, in particular the definition, execution and analysis of results.
    Unit Testing of software algorithms.
    Code Inspection for verification of software requirements.
    Development scenarios (Corba Java environment) and testing of CSCI console of Command Module AGCL (Italian version of SAMP/T System).

     

    Analyst and programmer

    Engineering Ingegneria Informatica Spa

    2001 – 2002 (1 anno)

    Stage in Defense and Space field.

     

    TECHNICAL SKILLS  AND COMPETENCES

    Operative system:   Windows, UNIX, Linux, AIX, LynxOS  
    Tools:   Office (Word, Excel, Access, FrontPage, PowerPoint), vSphere (basic)
    DBMS:   Basic knowledge of Oracle, SQL Server 2000
    Programming languages:
    C/C++, ADA83/95, Pascal, Fortran 77 and Matlab.
    Java, JavaScript and VBScript, Visual Basic, HTML, ASP, XML, JSP and SQL.
     
    Software tools for space activities: SCOS2000, OCOE 5, ECHO, DSS, WAND , e-TDHS, DMS
     
    Knowledge of military standard MIL-STD-498.
    Knowledge of 1553 standard.
     

    LANGUAGE

    MOTHER TONGUE: Italian

    OTHER LANGUAGES: English (basic)

     

    CERTIFICATIONS

    June 2013
    ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management
    PEOPLECERT Group, Licenza GR750061762MA
     

    ARTISTIC SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

    Piano, Art, Archeology

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