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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:20-01-2015
     Last Modified:26-07-2016 (01:34)
    Job information
     Current job:Physics PhD Candidate XXIX Cycle
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsOptics characterization test; Labview; C++: Simulation; Matlab; IDL
    CV

    Curriculum Vitae
    Education
    2014–2016 Physics PhD Candidate XXIX Cycle, UNICAL, Rende (CS), XXIX cycle.
    { Thermo-vacuum test management of space optics for EXOMARS and Moon Express.
    { IR Thermal Analysis (MATLAB) of space optics and test data report.
    { General Relativity simulations with FORTRAN 90 SW package on UNIX CentOS systems.
    2006–2010 Master Degree in: Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of Rome Sapienza,
    Rome, 110/110.
    { SW development (LabVIEW and C++) to control cryogenics and vacuum systems.
    { HW development (boards Arduino) for electronic reading of cryogenics thermometers.
    { Simulations and data analysis (IDL).
    { Optical simulations of ground and space astronomical telescopes (ZEMAX).
    Courses
    2015 Master: Europrogettazione 2014-2020, EU Innovation srl, Bologna, Project
    management.
    { Writing and management of European projects with focus on the Horizon 2020 program.
    2015 Training course: Embedded open Source electronics: Arduino, INFN-LNF,
    Frascati, Software Engineer.
    { Control HW and SW development on Arduino boards.
    Experience
    Post doc research fellow for INFN-LNF
    07/2016–
    07/2018
    Post doc Research Fellow, INFN-LNF, Via Enrico Fermi 40, 00044 Frascati
    (RM), Italy.
    Winner of Researh fellow n. 17879/2016
    Detailed achievements:
    { Management of the characterization campaign of LAGEOS laser retroreflectors.
    { Thermal Infrared Analysis of the LAGEOS laser retroreflectors (MATLAB).
    { Writing of test report for NASA.
    Birthdate: 03/26/1984, Palestrina (Rome, Italy)
    Consulting for Aerotecno s.r.l.
    02/2014–
    07/2016
    Consulting for INFN-LNF for the characterization of space optics,
    AeroTecno s.r.l, Rome, Via dei Savorelli 3, 00165 .
    Developed of SW and test validation of cube corner retroreflector for GNSS-Galileo payload.
    Detailed achievements:
    { SW development in real time (LabVIEW and C++) for control and testing of GNSS
    satellites space optics.
    { SW development (MATLAB) to orbital simulations of GNSS satellites.
    { Test Data Report for NASA, ESA, ASI, ISRO, Italian Ministry of Defence.
    { HW Integration (Arduino boards) to test and qualification of GNSS satellites space optics.
    Educational Grant for INFN-LNF
    2010–2011 Educational grant, INFN-LNF, Via Enrico Fermi 40, 00044 Frascati (RM), Italy.
    Winner of Scholarships n. 14855 and n.14275.
    Detailed achievements:
    { SW development in real time (LabVIEW) to control of the INFN-ASI facility (vacuum,
    cryogenics and step-by-step motors) for space optics qualification.
    { Management and Test Data Report of the testing facility.
    { Writing of technical manual and project documents of the INFN-ASI facility
    Miscellaneous
    2009–Present Experience with RS232, Can-Bus and Ethernet protocol, INFN-LNF, Sapienza.
    2013–Present Exam committee member of Physics I-II for Engineering at University ECampus,
    E-Campus.
    2012–2015 Setup and testing of solar simulator, INFN-LNF.
    Computer skills
    Basic FORTRAN90, ZEMAX,AutoCAD
    Intermediate C, C++, LATEX, OpenOffice, Linux CentOS
    Advanced LabVIEW, MATLAB,IDL,Office package, Windows and OSX
    Communication Skills
    2012–Present Tutor of bachelor and master degree for engineering student
    2006–Present Experience in work with group of 5-10 elements
    2010–Present Oral presentation at international conferences-workshops
    2015 Tutor at Physics PhD and post-doc school EDIT-2015 at INFN-LNF
    2010–2011 Teaching at high school students at Private School Gasparrini, Tivoli
    Languages
    Italian Mothertongue
    English Advanced Writing Advanced, Speaking Good
    French Basic Writing Scholastic
    Birthdate: 03/26/1984, Palestrina (Rome, Italy)
    Driving Licence
    B
    Interests
    { Ancient History { Science and Technology
    { Fitness { Swimming
    Reference
    Available on request
    Birthdate: 03/26/1984, Palestrina (Rome, Italy)
    Pubblications:
    - Boni et al. “"Integrated Thermal-Optical simulations of a GNSS Retroreflector Array", Journal of
    Advances in Space Research”, (2015) DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2015.03.035,
    - S. Dell’Agnello, G. Delle Monache, R. Vittori, A. Boni, C. Cantone, E. Ciocci, M. Martini, G. Patrizi, M.
    Tibuzzi, G. Bianco, D. Currie, N. Intaglietta, L. Salvatori, C. Lops, S. Contessa, L. Porcelli, C.
    Mondaini, P. Tuscano, M. Maiello; “Advanced Laser Retroreflectors for Astrophysics and Space
    Science”; Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 3, 218-227, Feb. 2015.
    - M. Martini, S. Dell’Agnello, D. G. Currie, G.O. Delle Monache, R. Vittori, J.F. Chandler, C. Cantone,
    A. Boni, S. Berardi, G. Patrizi, M. Maiello, M. Garattini, C. Lops, R. March, G. Bellettini, R. Tauraso,
    N. Intaglietta, M. Tibuzzi, T.W. Murphy, G. Bianco, E. Ciocci; “MoonLIGHT: A USA–Italy lunar laser
    ranging retroreflector array for the 21st century”; Planetary and Space Science 74 (1) 276–282, Dec.
    2012.
    - M. Martini, S.Dell’Agnello, G.Delle Monache, R.Vittori, A.Boni, C.Cantone, E.Ciocci, G.Patrizi,
    M.Tibuzzi, G.Bianco, N.Intaglietta, L.Salvatori,C.Lops, S.Contess L.Porcelli, C.Mondaini, P.Tuscano,
    M.Maiello, D. Currie, J.F. Chandler, G. Bianco Laser Ranging Positioning Metrology for Galileo and
    the Moon, MetroAerospace Benvento, 2015
    - E.Ciocci M. Martini, S.Dell’Agnello, G.Delle Monache, R.Vittori, A.Boni, C.Cantone, G.Patrizi,
    M.Tibuzzi, G.Bianco, N.Intaglietta, L.Salvatori,C.Lops, S.Contess L.Porcelli, C.Mondaini, P.Tuscano,
    M.Maiello, D. Currie, J.F. Chandler, G. Bianco, Next-generation Laser Retrorerectors for Precision
    Tests of General Relativity, Marcell Grossmann Meeting 2015, Rome 2015
    - Boni, S. Dell’Agnello, C. Cantone, E. Ciocci, S. Contessa, G. O. Delle Monache, C. Lops, M. Martini,
    C. Mondaini, G. Patrizi, L. Porcelli, M. Tibuzzi, P. Tuscano, L. Salvatori, R. Vittori, G. Bianco; Thermal
    and optical characterization of a GNSS retroreflector array at the SCF_Lab”, 19th International
    Workshop on Laser Ranging, Annapolis, USA, 2014.
    - M. Martini, E. Ciocci, J.F. Chandler, S. Dell’Agnello; “Test of general relativity using lunar laser
    ranging data and the planetary ephemeris program (PEP)”, 19th International Workshop on Laser
    Ranging, Annapolis, USA, 2014.
    - Boni A., Dell’Agnello S., Cantone C., Delle Monache G.O., Ciocci E., Contessa S., Lops C., Martini
    M., Palandra L., Patrizi G., Salvatori L., Tibuzzi M., Mondaini C., Tuscano P., Vittori R., Bianco G.,
    Capotorto G., Marra M., Piergentili F., Maiello M.; “Optical FFDP and interferometry measurement
    and modeling of GNSS retroreflector payloads at SCF_Lab”, ILRS Technical Laser Workshop,
    Fujiyoshida, Japan, 2013.
    - Cantone C., Dell’Agnello S., Boni A., Delle Monache G.O., Ciocci E., Contessa S., Lops C., Martini
    M., Palandra L., Patrizi G., Salvatori L., Tibuzzi M., Vittori R., Bianco G., Capotorto G., Marra M.,
    Piergentili F., Maiello M., Porcelli L., Mondaini C., Tuscano P.; “Completion of ETRUSCO-2, thermal
    test results and thermal optical simulation of the standard GNSS Retroreflector Array (GRA)”, ILRS
    Technical Laser Workshop, Fujiyoshida, Japan, 2013.
    - S. Contessa, S. Dell’Agnello, G. Delle Monache, R. Vittori, C. Cantone, A. Boni, G. Patrizi, M. Tibuzzi,
    E. Ciocci, C.Lops, M. Martini, L. Salvatori, M. Maiello, D.G. Curri, G.Bianco, C. Luceri, M.R.
    Pearlman, S. Zerbini, A. Bolle; “ETRUSCO-2: an ASI-INFN project of technological development and
    “SCF-TEST” of GNSS laser Retroreflector Arrays”, Italian Association of Aeronautics and
    Astronautics (AIDAA) XXII Conference, Napoli, 2013.
    - Boni A., Cantone C., Dell’Agnello S., Delle Monache G. O., Berardi S., Lops C., Martini M., Palandra
    L., Patrizi G., Tibuzzi M., Maiello M., Vittori R., Bianco G., Zerbini S., “SCF-Test of a Galileo-IOV
    retroreflector and thermal-optical simulation of a novel GNSS retroreflector array on a critical orbit”
    ILRS Technical Laser Workshop, Frascati, 2012.
    - Giovanni O. Delle Monache, S. Dell’Agnello, R. Vittori, C. Cantone, A. Boni, G. Patrizi, S. Berardi, M.
    Tibuzzi, C. Lops, M. Maiello, M. Martini, E. Ciocci, N. Intaglietta, D. G. Currie, G. Bianco, M. R.
    Pearlman, L. Salvatori; “ETRUSCO-2: an ASI-INFN project of technological development and “SCFTEST”
    of GNSS laser Retroreflector Arrays”; 63rd International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Naples,
    2012.
    - M. Martini, S. Dell’Agnello, D. Currie, G.O. Delle Monache, R. Vittori, S. Berardi, A.Boni, C. Cantone,
    E. Ciocci, C. Lops, M. Garattini, M. Maiello, G. Patrizi, M. Tibuzzi, N. Intaglietta, J. Chandler, G.
    Bianco, “MoonLIGHT: a new Lunar Laser Ranging Retroreflector and the lunar geodetic precession”;
    Frontier Objects in Astrophysics and Particle Physics – Vulcano, 2012.
    - Cantone et al. “ SCF_LAB: the Satellite/Lunar/GNSS laser ranging and altimetry Characterization
    Facilities’ LABoratory”, ILRS 2012
    - S. Dell’Agnello D. G. Currie, G. O. Delle Monache, R. Vittori, M. Martini, C. Cantone, A. Boni, S.
    Berardi, G. Patrizi, M. Tibuzzi, M. Maiello, C. Lops, E. Ciocci, J. F. Chandler, T. W. Murphy, G.
    Bianco, N. Intaglietta, “MoonLIGHT: a lunar laser ranging retroreflector array for the 21st century”;
    Global Space Exploration Conference, 2012.
    - S. Berardi et al., “Galileo, the European GNSS program, & LAGEOS”, Le Recontres de Physique de
    la Vallèe d’Aoste, La Thuile, 2012.
    - Martini et al. “ SCF-Test of infrared laser ranging and altimetry to retroreflectors on moons and
    planets”, ILRS 2012
    Talk & Conferences:
    - EGU 2016, Vienna 2016: “Next-generation Laser Retroreflectors for Precision Tests of General
    Relativity”.
    - 14th Marcel Grossmann Meeting, Rome 2015: “Next-generation Laser Retroreflectors for Precision
    Tests of General Relativity”.
    - LNF Mini-Workshop Series: Fundamental and Quantum Physics with Lasers , Frascati 2014, title:
    “SCF_Lab: Test of GF using LLR data and PEP program”


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