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     Date Submitted:26-01-2015
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     Current job:System Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, ,
     KeywordsSystem Engineer, Computer Engineer, Engineer, COSMO-SkyMed, Earth Observation, SAR, Synthetic Aperture Radar, Calibration, Validation, Software, Analyst, Programmer, Python, Java, C++, Ground, Space, System, Logistic, Operations, X Band, ECSS, ASI, Italia
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Sex Male | Date of birth 26/06/1984 | Nationality Italian

     

    JOB APPLIED FOR

    System Engineer

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    01/10/2016 – today

    Italian Space Agency – Engineering Technologist

    Infrastructure and Informative Systems Unit

    SCOUT Project – Multitech SeCurity system for intercOnnected space control ground staTions

    Multiple innovative and low impact technologies for the protection of space control ground stations and the satellite links against physical and cyber attacks. It also considers the ground station network intelligent reconfiguration in case of failure.

    Project supported by the European Commission under the Security Theme of the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development

    Activities:

    Operative and system requirements

    Support to the risk analysis

    SCOUT system design and analysis

    SCOUT demonstrator design, realization and testing

    Dissemination and exploitation

    01/05/2014 – 30/09/2016

    Italian Space Agency – Research Fellow and System Engineer

    System Engineer in the Italian Space Agency “Engineering and Systems Operations Unit”.
    In depth Technical and Managerial knowledge of Complex and Dual Earth Observation Systems, such as “COSMO-SkyMed” first generation (currently in Operational Phase) and “COSMO-SkyMed di Seconda Generazione” acquired in the following fields:

    System Engineering

    Integrated Logistic

    Operations Engineering

    SAR Processing

    Ground Segment of an Earth Observation System

    following all the phases of the above Programs contributing to:

    User Requirements Specification

    System Design (specially for “Ground” and “Integrated Logistic and Operation” Segments)

    Development

    Test and Operative Qualification

    Operative Phase

    Re-engineering during the Operative Phase

       

    PAST WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    15/01/2008 – 30/04/2014

    Consorzio Innova – Analyst Programmer and System Engineer

       

    07/2013 - 04/2014: COSMO-SkyMed – Operative Phase (customer: Telespazio)

    Advanced use of C++ programming language and of Telespazio programming standard

    Development of Cropping Processor for COSMO-SkyMed products

    Development of Metadata Updating Processor for COSMO-SkyMed products

    Development of software libraries supporting several COSMO-SkyMed processors

    library for support DEMs

    Integration of Coordinate conversion library

     

    09/2012 - 12/2013: Android

    Advanced use of Java programming language on Android OS

    Development of several Android Apps  (Java) for infomobility systems; customers: AMA, Guardie Camperstri Corato, IGECO, ….

    Development of an App for antitheft remote control (Patrol Line)

     

    06/2010 - 08/2012: COSMO-SkyMed – CAL/VAL and MRB Monthly Review Board (customer: Thales Alenia Space):

    Responsible of the CAL/VAL at “Centro di Geodesia Spaziale”, Matera

    Calibration and Validation of COSMO-SkyMed products with quality analysis

    Monitoring of COSMO-SkyMed Efficiency and Effectiveness parameters

    Commissioning of FM4 COSMO-SkyMed satellite

    Periodical analysis on the 4 satellites SAR antennas (TRCAL)

     

    01/2008 - 06/2010: ASI-GRID (customer: Italian Space Agency)

    SAR algorithmic and study of GDAL geospatial library

    Advanced use of Python programming language and QT library

    Development of GSDView software for Earth Observation data handling www.consorzio-innova.com/static/gsdview :

    Development of the GUI for data opening and several visual operations (zoom, scroll, pan, coordinates conversion, metadata, quicklook, …)

    tool for EO data (map projection, band arithmetic, filtering, datatype and format conversions, quicklook generation, …)

    tool for RAW and focused data quality analysis

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    12/2014 – in progress



     

    10/2006 – 8/10/2008

    University of Rome Tor Vergata – Computer Science, Control, and GeoInformation Doctorate

    Ph. D. in Computer Science, Control, and GeoInformation (in progress)

     

    Polytechnic University of Bari, 8/10/2008

    Master Degree in Computer Engineering

    Final grade: 110 with honours   

    Thesis Work: “Design and Implementation of a toolbox for COSMO-SkyMed SAR image handling” in Consorzio Innova


     

    10/2003 – 5/10/2006

    Polytechnic University of Bari, 5/10/2006

    Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering

    Final grade: 110 with honours   

    Thesis Work: “Formal verification of Bluetooth protocol with Model Checking”


     

    09/1998 – 07/2003

    ITIS Technical High School “G..B. Pentasuglia” Matera

    High School Diploma in ICT

    Final grade: 100/100

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

    Other language

     

    English

     

    UNDERSTANDING

    SPEAKING

    WRITING

    Listening

    Reading

    Spoken interaction

    Spoken production

     

    B2

    B2

    B2

    B2

    B2





     

    Levels: A1/2: Basic user - B1/2: Independent user - C1/2 Proficient user

    Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

    Scientific skills

    Telecommunications and Earth Observation Systems

    Excellent knowledge of SAR Earth Observation systems, in particular COSMO-SkyMed and COSMO-SkyMed di Seconda Generazione:

    Ground Segment

    Integrated Logistic Support and Operations Segment

    Basis of Space Segment

    SAR Products

    Calibration and Validation of SAR products

    SAR Processing Algorithmic principles

    ECSS standard

    Good knowledge of networks, ISOOSI protocol, TCPIP, http, FTP, SMTP, POP
     

    Other           

    Electronic, Electric,  Automatic Control systems, Computers

    ICT skills

    Programming and Operative Systems   

    Excellent knowledge of Object Oriented Programming and of several programming languages:

    Java, Python, C++

    Excellent knowledge of software engineering and UML language

    Excellent knowledge of several IDE for software developing such as Netbeans and Eclipse

    Excellent knowledge of several scientific and geospatial software and libraries: GSDView, PyQt, GDAL, NumPy, SciPy, Enthought Traits, Chaco, BEST, NEST, BEAM, RAT, …

    Good knowledge of other languages: IDL, Matlab, JSP, PHP, XML, CSS, HTML

    Excellent knowledge of Microsoft and Linux OSs (Debian, Ubuntu, RedHat, Centos) and MS Office
     

    Informative Systems   

    Excellent knowledge of Informative Systems, Databases, SQL, PostgreSql, MySQL, SQLite

    Good knowledge of Distributed Informative Systems , EAI, Web Services (WSDL, SOAP, UDDI)

    Good knowledge of XML, Semantic Web, Ajax, Apache, XQuery, XMLPath, XMLSchema

    Relational skills

    Work in team and live with other persons, thanks to several teamworks and friends

    Driving licences

    B driving licence

    Other Informations

     

    Licences, Publications and Courses

    Licences

    Engineering licence

       

    Publications:   

    L. Fasano and G. F. De Luca, COSMO-SkyMed System Monitoring And Coordination Function (FMCS): new tools and performance parameters”, IAC 2016, Guadalajara, Messico

    C. A. M. Fiorentino, S. Serva, M. L. Battagliere, F. Caltagirone, A. Coletta, L. Fasano, S. Mari and G. F. De Luca, International Cooperation based on COSMO-SkyMed System, IAC 2016

    P. Salemme, V. Grimani, A. Cricenti, I. Rana, S. Federici, D. Rizzato, M. Porfilio, L. Fasano, S. Serva, CSG image quality and calibration approach” da presentare alla conferenza EUSAR 2016

    R. Loizzo, L. Fasano, M. Cardone, R. Carpentiero, L. De Angelis, G. F. De Luca, HOW THE COSMO SKYMED MCO FIRST GENERATION IS GETTING READY TO JOIN TO THE SECOND GENERATION”, IGARSS 2016, Pechino

    “F. Carbone, A. Coletta, F. Del Frate, L. Fasano, G. Schiavon, AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF FREQUENTLY UPDATED LAND COVER PRODUCTS AT NATIONAL LEVEL USING COSMO-SKYMED SAR IMAGERY ”, IGARSS 2016, Pechino

    L. Fasano, M. Cardone, R. Loizzo, M. L. Battagliere, G. F. De Luca, “MCO strategies and  actions to successfully  increase the life of both Ground Segment and Space Segment“, IGARSS 2016, Pechino

    R. Lorusso, N. Lombardi, L. Fasano, G. Milillo, Using Open-Source Software To Generate Interferometric COSMO-SkyMed Spotlight Dem, IGARSS 2016, Pechino

    G. F. De Luca , G. Valentini, L. Fasano, C. A. M. Fiorentino, M. Porfilio, T. Scopa, S. Serva, The Capability Of COSMO-SkyMed Di Seconda Generazione To Support Cooperation Scenarios With Other Earth Observation Systems, SpaceOps 2016, Daejeon

    G. F. De Luca, L. Fasano, M. Cardone, R. Loizzo, R. Carpentiero, L. De Angelis,  A. Nicito, M. Anania, D. Cascone, Pseudo and full-gyroless operative modes on board of COSMO-SkyMed mission, SpaceOps 2016, Daejeon

    L. Fasano, G. F. De Luca, M. Cardone, R. Loizzo, D. De Luca, A. Rougier, The new Trend Analysis plan for COSMO-SkyMed Ground and ILS&OPS Segments, IAC 2015, Jerusalem

    M. G. Daraio, M. L. Battagliere, P. Sacco, L. Fasano, A. Coletta , A new Service Support Tool for COSMO-SkyMed: Civil User Coordination Service and Civil Request Management Optimization, SPIE 2015, Tolouse

    L. Fasano, G. F. De Luca, M. Cardone, R. Loizzo, P. Sacco, M. G. Daraio, The COSMO-SkyMed Ground and ILS&OPS Segments upgrades for full Civilian capacity exploitation, SPIE 2015, Tolouse

    L. Fasano, M.G. Daraio, A. Coletta, G.F. De Luca, M.L. Battagliere, M. Cardone, R. Loizzo, “COSMO-SkyMed Mission: lessons learnt and future improvements on User Services”, IGARSS 2015, Milan

    L. Fasano, G. F. De Luca, M. Cardone, R. Loizzo, Trend Analysis in COSMO-Skymed Ground and ILS&Ops Segments as Condition Based Maintenance, EARSeL 2015, Stockholm

    P. Sacco, M.L. Battagliere, M. Daraio, L. Fasano, A. Coletta, “The COSMO-SkyMed Background Mission: a data archive of primary importance”, EARSeL 2015, Stockholm

    L. Fasano, G. F. De Luca, P. Inversi, M. Porfilio, M. Cardone, R. Loizzo, “The New COSMO-SkyMed Cropped Products”, Ka and Broadband Communications, Navigation and Earth Observation Conference 2014, Vietri sul Mare (Salerno)

    M. Doubell, L. Fasano, V. Ferri, V. A. Lorè, G. Milillo, D.O. Nitti, R. Nutricato, D. Conte, F. Bovenga, A. Valentino - "Cosmo-SkyMed Qualitative Analysis and Examples using "GSDView" Open Source graphic tool and Interferometric Measurements". Presentation at Microwaves Remote Sensing Conference, Rome

       

    Certifications and Courses:

    Attendance at a General English Language Course at a level C1.a Advanced attaining a final level of C1.b Advanced

    Attendance at “Aster Systems Engineering Forum- MBSE per l'Aerospazio e la Difesa”, 4/5/2017

    Attendance at Workshop “Microsoft System Center 2012 Service Manager”, november 2-3-7-8 2016

    Attendance at “Come scrivere una proposta in Horizon 2020” Course, february 6-7 2017

    Co- rapporteur in degree thesis of Alessia Benedetti, “Using of Neural Networks for change detection using COSMO-SkyMed satellite data”, University of Rome Tor Vergata

    Attendance at “SAR Interferometry for Geologists and Engineers”, Milan, December 2nd  2015 with certificate

    Attendance at “Radar Interferometry for Geologists and Engineers”, Milan, December 1st   2015 with certificate

    Speaker at SPIE 2015 Conference in Tolouse

    Attendance of ESA Product Assurance Training 2015 in Frascati (Rome)

    Attendance of ESA Product Assurance Workshop 2015 in Frascati (Rome)

    Presentation of a poster at EARSeL 2015 Conference in Stockholm

    Speaker at IAC 2016 Conference in Guadalajara

    Speaker at SpaceOps 2016 Conference in Daejeon

    Co-chair and Speaker at IGARSS 2016 Conference in Beijing

    Speaker at IGARSS 2015 Conference in Milan

    Speaker at Ka Band 2014 Conference in Vietri sul Mare (SA), Italy

    Attendance of “ECSS Software Engineering and Product Assurance Standards and Handbook Training” ESA Frascati, 8/9/2014 with certificate

    Attendance of “ESA  Software Product Assurance Workshop” ESA Frascati, 8/9/2014 with certificate

    Attendance of SPIE Remote Sensing 2014 Conference in Amsterdam

    Attendance at EuSAR 2014 Conference in Berlino

    Attendance at COSMO-SkyMed Primary Course at “Centro di Geodesia Spaziale” Matera, Italy (20 - 22 of May 2014) with final test and certificate

    Attendance at Health and Security Course "Salute e Sicurezza nei luoghi di lavoro" in Italian Space Agency, Rome  (9 of June 2014) with final test and certificate

    Attendance at some lessons of Remote Sensing Master in Physic Department of Bari University, 2008

    Attendance at SWAP 2007 (Semantic Web Application and Perspectives) in Bari 18-20 of December 2007 with certificate

    Attendance at SEBD 2007 – “Sistemi Evoluti per Basi di Dati” in Torre Canne (Brindisi) 17-20 of June 2007 with certificate

    Participation at “1^ gara nazionale per istituti tecnici industriali” in Ancona  9 of December 2002 with certificate

    Participation at “Giochi della Chimica 2000” with certificate


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