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     Date Submitted:02-03-2015
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     Current job:Space Engineering MSc Graduate
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     Keywordsaerospace engineering, Space systems, graduate, motivated, quick to learn, good in manage stress
    CV

    Date of Birth: 9th July 1985 

    Nationality: French and Italian 

     

     

    Profile

     

    An adaptable and  self-motivated engineering graduate with a broad and acute interest for Propulsion and Space Systems, seeking an entry-level position in aerospace field. I have a clear, logical mind with a practical approach to problem solving. During internships and university projects I have proven to be capable of working under pressure and to enjoy working both in a team or on my own initiative. I am reliable, responsible and always enthusiastic to learn and undertake new challenges. Ready to move everywhere. 

     

     

    Education

     

    - 29th April 2014: Master of Science in Space Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Milano.

    Thesis title: Viscosity and Regression Rate Measurements of Paraffin-Based Hybrid Solid Fuels

     

    23rd July 2009: Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Milano.

    Thesis title: Processing of data structures for CAD design of turbines

     

    Work Experience

     

    - October 2012–May 2013: DLR - German Aerospace Center, Lampoldshausen - D, Internship.

    I performed different kind of tests to characterize the rheological and ballistic behavior of paraffin based fuels.

     

    - November 2008–February 2009: Carlo Viganò & C. s.r.l., Cabiate (CO) - IT, Apprentice.

    I worked in the management office halping in writing up management and technical documents.

     

    - January 2008–May 2008: Avio S.p.a., Rivalta di Torino (TO) - IT, Internship.

    I worked in the turbo-engine department and I was responsible of the development of thecontrol structure for an aeronautic low pressure turbine

     

     

    Languages

     

    English - Proficient writing and speaking

    French - Good knowledge

    Italian - Native language

    Japanese - Basic knowledge

     

    Technical and Personal Skills

     

    Programming Languages: Advanced: Matlab, Tex, also basic in C++

     

    Industry Software Skills: Matlab, Unigrafics, LaTex, Solidworks, Simulink, Most MS Office products, Femap, Nastran

     

    General Business Skills: Good presentation skills, Works well in a team, Excelent organization skills

     

    Other: Can write well organised and structured reports, Good adaptability in group living and in multicultural environment, very good adaptability in all kind of situations.

     

     

    Interests and Extra-Curricular Activity

     

    I practice Aikido since 2007 and I got the black belt in 2011. I am very involved with Aikido and I practice it very often (four time per week) proving my strong sens of duty. This also improve my skills in stress manage and teach me to keep calm and try to find a good solution when things are not going in the right way.

    I also helped with the organization of some events linked to Aikido, like the National Aikido stage with our Japanese Sensei.

     

    I practice Yoga, both Budokon Yoga and Ashtanga Yoga, since one year.

     

    Publications

     

    E. Toson, M. Kobald, S. Di Betta, L. T. De Luca, H. Ciezki, S. Schlechtriem, Rheological and ballistic investigations of paraffin-based fuels for hybrid rocket propulsion using a 2D radial micro-burner, EUCASS 2013

     

    M. Kobald, E. Toson, H. Ciezky, S. Schlechtriem, S. Di Betta, M. Coppola, L. T. De Luca, Rheological, Optical And Ballistic Investigations Of Paraffi n Based Fuels For Hybrid Rocket Propulsion Using a 2D Slab-Burner, EUCASS 2013


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