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     Date Submitted:14-04-2015
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     Current job:Space Transportation Systems MS graduate
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Nationality: Italian

     

    Date of Birth: Jan. 5th 1988

     

    Gender: Male

     

     

    EDUCATION

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Dec. 2014

    Master of Science in Space Transportation Systems, GPA 110/110

     

     

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Jan. 2014

    Master of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, GPA 103/110

     

     

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Dec. 2010

    Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering, GPA 98/110

     

     

    Scientific High School “Antonio Meucci” (Aprilia)

    Jul. 2007

    High School Diploma, GPA 100/100

     

     

    Relevant Coursework:

    Aeronautical Structures

    Aerospace Materials

    Computational Gas Dynamics

    Dynamics of Aeronautical Structures

    Gas Dynamics

    CFD Methods for Re-entry Phenomena

    Aeroelasticity

    Computational Aerodynamics

    Aerothermodynamics of Launchers

     

    EXPERIENCE

    Avio S.p.A.

    Jul. 2014 – Dec. 2014

    ·     Intern, performing analysis on acoustic loads for the Vega launch system at lift-off.

    ·     Project target is creating an efficient tool for the estimation of the noise levels at the lift-off. Calibration of the code with pre-existent test data. Estimation of acoustic loads for different evolutions of the launcher.

     

    SupAero

    Jun. 2014

    ·     Visit scientist

    ·     Principles of structural analysis methods for hyper-velocity impact for Aerospace Structures.

     

    Von Karmann Institute for Fluid Dynamics

    May 2014

    ·     Visit scientist

    ·     Attending conference on Measurement Techniques for Aerospace Flows.

    ·     Performing experiments in transonic and supersonic wind tunnel with particular focus on the Schlieren technique.

     

    CIRA (Centro Italiano per la Ricerca Aerospaziale)

    May 2014

    ·     Visit scientist

    ·     Performing experiments on thermography and measurement techniques for flows.

     

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Jul. 2013 – Jan. 2014

    ·     Research Assistant, performing numerical simulation of buffet phenomena for airfoils.

    ·     Project sponsored by the European TFAST project (Transition Location Effect on Shock Wave Boundary Layer Interaction).

    ·     The project attempts to increase performance by keeping laminar boundary layer without inducing separation by laminar boundary layer/shock wave interaction.

     

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Nov. 2012 – Jul. 2013

    ·     Stress analyst. Performing structural and aeroelastic analysis of a Fighter Aircraft delta wing.

    ·     Static Analysis (SOL 101) performed both on complete model and with the use of static condensation

    ·     Modal Analysis (SOL 103) on complete model

    ·     Modal response analysis (SOL 112) with a gust-like input load.

    ·     Determination of critical aeroelastic eigenvector (SOL 145) and parametric analysis on the root locus considering variation of tip load, material, flight altitude, fuel consumption and position of the lifting surface.

     

    TECHNICAL SKILLS

    Programming Languages: Fortran, Nastran, Matlab, HTML, Matlab GUI, Mathematica

    Software: MSC Nastran, MSC Patran, Femap, Matlab, Simulink, Tecplot, Gnuplot, Microsoft Office Suite, Autodesk AutoCad, Catia V5, Adobe Photoshop, TexMaker (LaTex editor)

    OS: Windows (98SE, XP, Vista, 7, 8), Linux (Ubuntu)

     

    PROJECTS

    University of Rome “La Sapienza” in cooperation with Avio S.p.A.

    Jul. 2014 – Dec. 2014

    MS Final Project: “Vega Acoustics at Lift-Off”

     

    ·     Realization of a Matlab code to estimate the Sound Pressure level produced by the propulsion system at lift-off

    ·     Validation and calibration of the code by comparing it against experimental results of previous test campaigns

    ·     Noise levels have been estimated for evolutions of Vega launch system

    ·     Creation of a graphical user interface for the code.

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Jul. 2013 – Jan. 2014

    MS Final Thesis: “Numerical Simulation of Transonic Buffet Phenomena for a Supercritical Airfoil”

    ·     Numerical simulations with a finite volume, in-house solver. The method applied allows the discrete conservation of kinetic energy in the limit of inviscid and uncompressible flow (energy consistency) and increase the stability for viscid and compressible flow.

    ·     Solver validation by comparing with historical experiment results on buffet phenomena.

    ·     Buffet envelop determination as function of Mach and AoA

    ·     Relationship between laminar – turbulent boundary layer transition and buffet onset

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Language Skills: Italian (Native), English

    Social Skills: Ability to work and communicate in a multicultural environment. Natural team worker.

    Others: Class B car driving license. Former rugby player at regional level. Employee in a pizza restaurant during BSc and MSc years.


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