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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:05-05-2015
     Last Modified:04-05-2017 (01:10)
    Job information
     Current job:Mission Analysis Engineer and System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSpace engineering, mission analysis, system engineer, tajectories and flight dynamics,space propulsion, launchers and satellites systems
    CV

    Work Experience

    March 2016 - Current

     

    Mission Analysis Engineer at Deimos Space (Tres Cantos, Madrid, Spain)

     

     

    Junior Project Engineer in the System Engineering and Earth Observation Mission Analysis (SE-EOMA) of the Flight Systems Business Unit

    Involved in several Earth Observation and satellite constellation missions design. Activities include technical analysis for preliminary and advanced studies of space mission concepts (phase 0-A-B1) as well as the development and maintenance of mission analysis tools (Matlab, C++).

     

     

     

    • July 2015 - December 2015

     

    Internship at ELV - (European Launch Vehicle) -  Corso Garibaldi 22 - 00034 Colleferro (RM), Italy

     

     

    Internship in the Mission Design and Guidance group

    Development of ascent trajectories simulation and optimization tool for rapid evaluation  
     of launchers performances in the framework of preparation activities for future versions  
     of VEGA launcher (Vega C). The internship is part of the Advanced Master in Space     

     

     

     

    Education and training

    • December 2014 - December 2015

     

    2nd Level Master in Space Transportation Systems

     

     

    University of Rome, La Sapienza

     

     

    ▪  Fields of study:  technical lectures and coursework about the topic of Space Propulsion (liquid ,solid and satellite propulsion), Turbopumps Systems,  Launchers Systems, Trajectories and Mission Analysis,

    Intensive training weeks at: ESA/ESTEC, von Karman Institute, CNES DLA,
    SUPAERO Toulouse and CIRA (Italian Aerospace Research Center);

    • August 2014 - December 2014

     

    Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

     

     

    Visiting researcher at Maurice Zucrow’s propulsion Laboratories;


    Development of an experimental Master Thesis regarding combustion instability on a project on behalf of NASA Glenn Research Center; the work consisted in several test campaigns followed by data analysis and post-processing;

     

    • October 2012 - January 2015

     

    Master of Science (MS.c) in Space and Astronautic engineering

     

     

    University of Rome, La Sapienza

     

     

    ▪  Fields of study - Space flight mechanics: Astrodynamics, Space missions and systems, Interplanetary mission design, Launchers flight mechanics;
    Space Propulsion: solid rocket motors, liquid rocket engines and combustion processes, Turbopumps systems, In-space propulsion, Gas-dynamics;

    MSc thesis titleInvestigation on combustion instability in a gas turbine combustor.  Advisor: prof. Francesco Nasuti (La Sapienza, University of Rome); Co-Advisor: prof. William Anderson (Purdue University).

    Final grade: 110/110 cum laude

     

    • October 2009 - November 2012

     

    Bachelor Degree in Aerospace engineering
    Final grade: 110/110 summa cum laude

     

     

    Universityof Rome, La Sapienza

     

     

    Bachelor Thesis "Artificial gravity for human beings in space".
    Partially developed during the CVA Summer School.

     

    •July 2012

     

    Community des Villes Ariane (CVA) - Summer School

     

     

    ▪  13th edition of C.V.A. (Community des Villes Ariane) summer school at the French Aeronautic Base of Salon de Provence (France);

    Intensive period of lectures and workshop about the topic of “Human Space Flight and Transportation”.

     

    • Dates

     

    2005-2009

    • Name and type of organisation providing education and training

     

    Primo LeviScientific High School (Rome, Italy)

    • Title of qualification awarded

     

    Upper School Certificate (100/100)

     

                                               

    Mother tongue(s)

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    English (fluent), Spanish (medium), French (basic)

     

    Communications Skills

     

     

    good communication skills gained through my experience at CVA summer school and at Purdue University;

     

     

    Organisational skills

     

     

    Ability to adapt and to work in a multicultural and international environment. Good communication skills gained during several experiences abroad

    ▪  Good attitude towards team work.
    ▪ Capability to work in parallel projects and multidisciplinary profile acquired during the experience of Mission Analysis Engineer at Deimos Space

    Pro-active adaption and high interest in learning, facing and solving new challenges;

    Ability to organize own work, defining priorities and time necessary, working under pressure and on its own;

     

     

     

    Technical skills

    and competences

     

    ▪  good commands of Windows and Microsoft Office™ tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint);

    ▪  basic commands of Linux environment;

    ▪  advanced coding skills in Matlab™;

    ▪  advanced coding skills in Fortran90;

    ▪  good coding skills in C++;

    ▪  knowledge and experience with IDE software as Microsoft Visual Studio and  Eclipse;

    ▪knowledge and experience with several technical tools as STK,  EcosimPro, SPENVIS (ESA Radiation),  

    Simulink,  Adina, CEA, Gnuplot,  Lyx;

    Micro Rocket Project skills (Micro rocket laboratory class during Bachelor degree  and during CVA summer School)

     

     

     

    Pubblications

     

    Durante D., Ferraioli G., Nardecchia  L., Sganga, R. (2014), Panorama of ideas for exploitation of humanoid robots in space activities and exploration, IAC-14,A5,3-B3.6,7,x24309. International Astronautical Congress, Toronto 2014

    Honours and Awards

    -STS Master Scholarship sponsored by: ASI, ESA, Avio, ELV, Thales Alenia Space, Vitrociset, OHB(CGS), Aerosekur;

    -Official invitation by  Arianespace and ESA for a Professional Visit to the Centre Spatial Guyanais (CSG) in Kourou (French Guyana) in occasion of the sixth launch of the Vega Launcher (VV 06).

     

    -Scholarship by the faculty of Aerospace Engineering of La Sapienza, for  Master Thesis at Purdue University;

    -13th CVA Summer School Scholarship;


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