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SpaceX successfully tested the abort system of its Crew Dragon spacecraft Jan. 19, one of the final milestones before a crewed test flight that could take place as soon as this spring. SpaceNews.com
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     KeywordsSpace Engineer Liquid Propulsion Engines Aerospace Engineer Turbopump Feed Systems Diligence Work in team
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION
     
    Space Engineer
     
    WORK EXPERIENCE
     
    -From July 2014 to December 2014
     
    Trainee as Aerospace Engineer
     
    Apprentice at AVIO Space, Via Ariana km 5.2, Colleferro, Rome.
     
    I’ve worked as apprentice inside the Liquid Propulsion team on the following argument:
     
    “Definition of an innovative LOX-LCH4 engine architecture for the evolution of the Vega launcher.”
     
    The activity was focused on two different aspects: a sensitivity analysis concerning the thrust chamber optimization and a trade-off study, with the objective of comparing different engine configurations, thermodynamic cycles for liquid rocket engines and turbopump feed system arrangements, in order to find the best configuration for the enforced requirements.
     
     
    Business or  sector Engineering sector
     
     
    -From July 2005  to May 2008
     
    Commercial Consultant
     
    GNLD (Golden Neo-Life Diamite) International S.r.l, Via delle Idrovore della Magliana  39, 00148, Rome, Italy
    While studying at University in Rome, I occasionally worked as commercial consultant for GNLD Intenational, a society employed in selling beauty and household products. I played the following roles:
    ♦ Operator, in direct contatt with the Italian and foreign client, talking with him in Italian and in English, having the opportunity of improving my English pronounce and knowledge
    ♦ Responsible of billing 
    ♦ Archivist
     
    Business or  sector Commercial and communication
     
     
     
    EDUCATION AND TRAINING
                                                                   
                    
    -From November 2013 to December 2014
     
    Second Level Master degree in Space  Transportation Systems
     
    Sapienza  University of Rome, Italy, Rome (Italy)
    Graduation mark: 110/110
    Graduation date: 17 December 2014
    Thesis title: “Definition of an innovative LOX-LCH4 engine architecture for the evolution of the Vega launcher.”
     
    Acquired skills:
    ♦ Rocket Propulsion,Gasdynamics, Solid and Liquid Propellant Engines, Space Flight Mechanics, Space Mission and Systems, Space Structures, Space Materials, Turbopump Systems for Liquid Rocket Engines, Hypersonic, Solid Propulsion Modelling, Space Policy, Avionics, Ground Segment.
     
    Training activities:
    ♦ Training week (May, 6-9)  at CIRA  (Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziali) in Capua, Caserta (CE), Italy on the following arguments:
    Optical Emission Spectroscopy, High Speed Camera Imaging, High Speed Blacklighting, Thermography, Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF).
    Laboratory Activities and Visit to the Wind Gallery Tunnel.
    ♦ Training week( May 12-16) at Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics (VKI), Bruxelles, Belgium on the following arguments:
    Supersonic Flow Visualization Techniques, Shadowgraph, Schlieren Optical System, Colour Schlieren.
    ,Laboratory Activities in Gallery Tunnel.
    ♦ Training week (May 19-26) at CNES and ONERA, Paris, France on the following arguments:
    Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC)
    ♦ Training week (June 9-14) at SUPAERO, Toulouse University, Toulouse, France on the following arguments:
    Stuctures Dynamics, Transient Dynamics, Instabilities Dynamics.
    ♦ Training week and Visit to the CSG (Centré Spatial Guyanese) (August 20-25) in Kourou, French Guyana.
    Visit to the centre and Vision of the Space Launch of Soyuz for the Space Mission Galileo.
     
     
    -From October  2009  to October 2013 
     
     Laurea Specialistica (Master’s degree equivalent) in Space Engineering
     
    Facoltà di Ingegneria Industriale, Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Spaziale, “Sapienza”  University of Rome, Italy, Rome (Italy)
    Graduation mark: 97/110
    Graduation date: 23 October 2013
    Thesis title: “Modeling and numerical simulation of base flows on a space launcher in subsonic flight regime"
     
    Acquired skills:
    ♦ Rocket Propulsion, Gasdynamics, Automatic Control Principles, Space Flight Mechanics, Electronics, Space Mission and Systems, Space Structures, Space Materials, Liquid Propellant Engines, Turbopump Systems for Liquid Rocket Engines, Hypersonics, Solid Propulsion Modeling, Thermal and Smart Structures
      
    -From October 2005 to July 2009
     
    Laurea Triennale (Bachelor’s degree equivalent) in Aerospace Engineering
     
    Facoltà di Ingegneria Industriale, Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Aeropaziale, “Sapienza”  University of Rome, Italy, Rome (Italy)
    Graduation mark: 95/110
    Graduation date: 16 November 2009
    Thesis title: “Optimization of flight path and applications to orbital transfers and rendezvous”
     
    Main acquired skills:
    Calculus, Linear Algebra,  Computer Science, Physics, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism, Electro technics, Mechanics 
     
     
    -From September 2000 to September  2005
     
    Diploma Liceo Scientifico (High School equivalent)
    Liceo Scientifico Vito Volterra, Ciampino (Rome), Italy
     
    Main acquired skills: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, Biology, Computer Science, Italian Language,  History, Philosophy, English language, Art, Design.
     
    Graduation mark: 100/100
    Graduation date: 1 Luglio 2005
                                                                            
                                                      
     
    PERSONAL SKILLS
     
    ♦ Mother tongue(s) Italian
     
    ♦ Other language(s) UNDERSTANDING SPEAKING WRITING 
    English
    Listening C1
    Reading C1
    Spoken interaction B2
    Spoken production B2
     
    Levels: A1/2: Basic user - B1/2: Independent user - C1/2 Proficient user
    Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
     
     
    Communication skills
    Good communication skills also in multicultural context
    ♦ Able to come to an agreement about a solution
     
     
    Organisational / managerial skills
    ♦ Ability to work together with other people and in team
    ♦ Able to gather and  synthesize information
    ♦ Good ability in planning and socialization skills coming from experiences at Sapienza University (laboratories and teamwork)
    ♦ Flexible in assignments
     
     
    Job-related skills
    Self-motivated
    ♦ Good capabilities in problem solving
     
     Computer skills
    Excellent  knowledge of  MATLAB, SCILAB and FORTRAN programming languages 
    ♦ Good knowledge of mesh generation techniquesacquired using TECPLOT360
    ♦ Good knowledge of structural pre- and post- processors  FEMAP, ADINA, NASTRAN, PATRAN
    Good knoledge of ECOSIMPRO
    ♦ Good knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Linux
    ♦ Good knowledge of Microsoft Office and Latex
     
     
     Driving licence
    ♦ B
     
     
     ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    ♦ From 2003 to present I’ve being given lessons to children and guys of primary ,middle and high schools
    In 2009 I worked as hostess for a brief period of time
    I love literature, music, cinema and art
    I’m interested in psychology and I love travelling

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