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     Date Submitted:02-01-2015
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     Current job:Technical Manager
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     Date available:within 2 months
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     KeywordsTLC Payload TT&C Subsystem Secure TCR Subsystem
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    Personal Information

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Date of Birth

    25/08/1982

     

    Gender

    M

     

    Nationality

    Italian

     

    Graduated

    YES – Master Degree in Telecommunication Engineering

    – Final Vote 106/110 – Date  12/2007

     

    Experience

    6 Years and 7 Months (from May 2008)

     

    Company

    Thales Alenia Space Italy – DTI – Payload Dept.

     

    Area

    Sub-Area

    Telecommunication Payload Design and Analysis

    Secure and Standard TCR S/S Design and Analysis

     

     

    Business Travel Availability

    YES – Worldwide

     

    Skills

    Team Working / situational leadership / professional / assertive / customer oriented / Initiative and pro-active / Working and coping under pressure

     

     

    Professional Interests

    Satellite Communication

    Secure and Standard TCR S/S

    End-to-End Systems

    Project Management

     

    Personal Interest

    Scuba Diving / Individual Sports (Body Building) / Team Sports (soccer, volley) / Cultural Activity (museum, theatre)

     

     

     

    Employment Information

     

     

    Present Employer 

     

    TLC Payload Dept. – DTI - Thales Alenia Space – Italy

     

    Type of Contract

    Full Time Permanent Contract  

     

    Responsibility

    Technical Manager for Secure TCR Sub-System

    Technical Manager for S-band Standard TCR Sub-System

    Technical manager for ESA Activities

    • Photonic Technologies applied to the Telecom Payload
    • Secure TCR Themes

    Member of “Operative Management Team”: support to IT-MoD for the in-flight satellites management

     

    ESA Activity Responsible:

    • Roadmap for the introduction of Photonic Technologies based Payloads

     

    Professional Experiences

     

     

     

     

    ESA Study Responsible

    S/S Technical Manager

    From 09/2014

    From 08/2010

    ESA Studies Technical  Manager

    From 07/2009

    S/S Architect

    From 02/2009

    S/S Analyst

    From 05/2008

    LEOP TCR engineering support team

    From 10/2008

    Conferences Speaker

    From 09/2008

     

     

     

    Main Projects

     

    SICRAL2, SICRAL1B, AMOS4, ATHENA FIDUS,  SGDC,

    ESA-ITT5772, ESA-ITT7725

     

    Detailed Information

    See Annex1 0

     

     

    Publications

     

     

    2008

     

    Broadband Dual Application: The Italian EHF/K Payload On Fidus Program – 14th Ka and Broadband Communication Conf.

     

    2010

    A smart open  loop antenna pointing system for satellite Counterrotation – 16th Ka and Broadband Communication Conf.

     

    2012

    Advanced Flexible Telecommunication Payloads Exploiting Photonic Technologies – 18th Ka and Broadband Communication Conf.

     

    2012

    Innovative Flexible Technologies for Advanced Telecommunication

    Payloads - Photonic Opportunities – 2nd ESA Workshop on advanced flexible telecom payloads

     

    2013

    Photonic Technologies in Flexible Telecommunication Payloads – 19th Ka and Broadband Communication

     

    2014

    Towards telecommunication payloads with photonic technologies – 10th ICSO Conference

    Training

     

     

    From 2010

    01-05/2008

    05-12/2007

    11/2004 – 03/2005

    12/2005 – 02/2006

     

    Professionalizing Courses provided by TAS-I

    Internship at TAS: 5 Months

    Internship at TAS for Master’s Degree Thesis Preparation: 7 Months

    Internship for Bachelor’s Degree Thesis Preparation: 4 Months

    Internship at ACCENTURE: 3 months

     

    Companies

     

     

    Thales Alenia Space – DTI – E2E System Dept

    Accenture Technology Solutions

    Detailed Information

    See Annex2

     

     

    Education

     

     

    03/2009

     

     

    Enabling Engineer's Profession

    Organization

    Title Awarded

    University of Rome “Tor Vergata“

    Engineer

    College

    Engineering

     

    12/2007

    Master Degree in Telecommunications Engineering

     

    Organization

    “Sapienza” University of Rome

    College

    Engineering

    Course

    Signals Transmission

     

    Dissertation Title

    Anti-interference techniques for Direct sequence spread spectrum demodulator

     

    University Supervisor

    Prof. F. Delli Priscoli

    Final Vote

    106/110

    Internship for Thesis preparation

    YES – Thales Alenia Space – DTI – E2E System Dept

    Company Supervisor

    PhD. P. Giorgio

     

     

    Personal skills and competences

     

     

    Language

     

     

     

     

    Mother Tongue

    Italian

     

     

    Other Languages

    English:

    Understanding: Listening: B1*; Reading: B1*

    Speaking: interaction: B1*; Production: B1*

    Writing: B1*

     

    French:

    Understanding: Listening: A2*; Reading: A2*

    Speaking: Interaction: A2*; Production: A2*

    Writing: A2*

     

    (*)Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

     

     

    IT Skills

     

     

    Operative System

    Windows

    Programming Languages

    Matlab, Simulink, C, Java SE, SQL

    Applications

    Experience

    M.O. (Word, Excel, Power Point, Project)

    DOORS

     


    Annex 1: Professional Experience in detail

     

    From January 2014

    SGDC Secure TCR S/S Technical Manager

     

    Project

    SGDC Project (Customer: Brazilian MoD)

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Secure TCR Technical Manager: Architectural definition and analysis / Equipment specification / supplier monitoring / procurement management

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

    Technical Interface with: Platform Engineering / E2E TCR Engineering / Equipment Supplier / Costumer

     

    From August 2010

    SICRAL2 TCR S/S Technical Manager

     

    Project

    SICRAL 2 Project (Costumer: Italian MoD)

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Architect for Secure and Standard TCR Sub-Systems. Architectural definition and analysis / Equipment specification / supplier monitoring / procurement management

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

     

    HW monitoring and procurement activities for SICRAL2 SHF Italian Payload units

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #3

     

    HW monitoring and procurement activities for SICRAL2 Antenna Pointing Sub-System

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #4

    Technical Interface with:

    Platform Engineering / E2E TCR Engineering / Equipment Supplier / Launcher Engineering / Operations Engineering / LEOP Engineering (service provided by Telespazio S.p.A.)

     

    From January 2012

    Member of “SICRAL - Operative Management Team”

     

    Project

    SICRAL Operative Management

     

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    To guarantee the correctness in the operations of the TT&C S/Ss embarked on SICRAL and SICRAL1B satellites (in-flight)

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

    In case of anomaly, to recover the nominal behaviour of the TT&C S/Ss (Secure and Standard)

     

     

     

    From September 2014

    ESA Study Responsible

     

     

    Project

    ESA ARTES1 Study on “Roadmap for the introduction of Photonic Technologies based Payloads”, ESA ITT AO/1-7725/2013/NL/WE

     

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Program Manager(Project Consortium: TAS-I, TAS-F, DAS, SES, Sercalo): Sub-Co Coordinator for programmatic aspects

     

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

    WP’s Manager  / Technical Interface with ESA Costumer / Technical Sub-Co Coordinator

     

     

    October 2014

    Conference Speaker

     

    Conference

    10th  International Conference on Space Optics

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Presentation of the paper

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

    Co-author of the paper: “Towards telecommunication payloads with photonic technologies”

     

    From 07/2009 to 04/2011

    Study Technical Responsible

     

    Project

    ESA ARTES1 Study on “Next Generation Telecommunication Payload based on Photonic Technologies.”, ESA ITT AO/1-5772/08/NL/AD

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    WP’s Manager  / Technical Interface with Costumer / Sub-Co Coordinator

     

    From 02/2009 to 12/2010

    Antenna Pointing S/S Architect & Electrical Architect Support

     

     

    Project

    AMOS4 Project (Costumer: Israeli MoD)

     

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Analysis and study of an Antenna Beam Tracking Sub-System

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

    Antenna Pointing subsystem (Motor and Electronics) equipment  specification / Equipment Supplier Monitoring

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #3

    DC Harness design and routing definition

     

     

     

     

     

    09/2010

    Conference Speaker

     

    Conference

    16th Ka and Broadband Communication Conference

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Presentation of the paper prepared by the TLC P/L Dept.

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

    Co-author of the paper: A smart open  loop antenna pointing system for satellite Counterrotation

     

    From 04/2009 to 05/2009

    LEOP Team Member

     

    Project

    SICRAL 1B (Costumer: Italian MoD)

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    TCR engineering support team during launch and LEOP activities

     

    From 01/2009 to 01/2010

    WP’s Manager

     

    Project

    ESA ARTES1 Study: “ Cryptographic Pseudo-noise codes and related acquisition techniques for direct-sequence spread-spectrum transponders”, ESA ITT AO/1-5940/08/NL/JK

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Work Package Manager

     

    From 12/2008 to 12/2009

    WP’s Manager

     

    Project

    ESA ARTES1 Study “Spread Spectrum System for TT&C and Payload Control Link”, ESA ITT AO/1- 22464/09/NL/JK

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Work Package Manager

     

    From 05/2008 to 06/2009

    TLC Payload Analyst

     

    Project

    ATHENA FIDUS (Costumer: French MoD)

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Analyst of the payload digital section / Digital On-Board Processor specification

     

    10-11/2008

    LEOP Team Member

     

    Project

    COSMO III (Costumer: Italian MoD)

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    TCR engineering support team: monitoring of TCR sub-system during launch and LEOP activities

     

     

    09/2008

    Conference Speaker

     

    Conference

    14th Ka and Broadband Communication Conference

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Presentation of the papers prepared by TLC P/L Dept.

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

    Co-author of the paper: “Broadband dual application: the Italian EHF/K payload on Fidus program”

     

    05/2008

    Recruited at TAS-I TLC Payload Dept.

     

    Occupation

    Employed as Telecommunication Engineer at Payload Department of TAS-I-Rome DTI (Dominio Telecomunicazioni Italia)

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #1

    Analyst for Secure TT&C Subsystem

     

    Main activities and responsibilities #2

    Payload analyst

     


    Annex 2: Training –  Detailed Information

     

    2010/2014

    Professionalizing Courses done in TAS-I

     

    09/2014

    01/2013

    05/2012

    05/2011

    12/2010

    05/2013

    05/2013

    09/2011 – 11/2014

    Passport to Bid and Program Management

    Assertive Communication

    Situational Leadership

    Passport to System engineering

    Ethics and Corporate Responsibility

    Matlab

    Simulink

    French Language (A2 level)

     

    01/2008 – 05/2008

    Internship 

     

    Employer

     

     TAS-I-Rome DTI E2E System Dept.

     

    Main activities #1

    Development of a graphical simulator, used to study and analyze the anti-jamming performance of a Direct-Sequence spread-Spectrum modulation, using an AIR (Anti Interference Rejection) filter in the Receiver

     

    Main activities #2

    Preliminary analysis of a new protocol for the telecommand signal channel encoding, for satellite applications

     

    Tutor

    PhD P. Giorgio

     

    Sector

    Telecommunications System Engineering

     

    05/2007 – 12/2007

    Internship for Thesis Preparation (Master’s Degree)

     

    Occupation

    Graduation thesis student 

     

    Company

     TAS-I-Rome DTI E2E System Dept.

     

    Main activities #1

    Researcher in Anti-interference Techniques for DS-SS demodulator  Study, Analysis and simulator realization of an Adaptive AIR Filter

     

    Tutor

    PhD P. Giorgio

     

    Type of business or sector

    Telecommunications System Engineering

     

    College

    Engineering

    University

    Sapienza University of Rome

     

    11/2004 – 03/2005

     

    Internship for Thesis Preparation (Bachelor’s Degree)

     

    Occupation

    Graduation thesis student

     

    Company

    TAS-I-Rome DTI E2E System Dept

     

    Main activities #1

    Study, analysis and simulation of DVB-S2 ETSI Standard transmission chain  with particular attention on the LDPC algorithm for the channel encoding

     

    University Supervisor

    Prof. F. Delli Priscoli

     

    Tutor

    Eng. R. Mura

     

    Type of business or sector

    Telecommunications System Engineering

     

    College

    Engineering

    University

    Sapienza University of Rome

     

    12/2005 – 02/2006

    Internship

     

    Company

    Accenture

     

    Course

    Internal Course

     

    Objectives

    Programming Languages Studies (C, Java (SE,EE), SQL)

     

    01/ 2004 – 07/2004

    Diploma in English Language

     

    Agency

     

    EIL (English Intensive Laboratories)

    Course

     

    English Languages Study

    Completion of a diploma

    Yes, Officially recognized



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