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Striking United Launch Alliance employees will return to work after voting May 19 to accept a revised contract, ending a two-week strike. SpaceNews.com
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As NASA formally requests proposals for studies on the commercialization of low Earth orbit, another study presented at a congressional hearing May 17 concludes commercial space stations are unlikely to be financially viable in the mid-2020s. SpaceNews.com
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Members of a NASA safety panel said May 17 they believed that a SpaceX approach for fueling its Falcon 9 rockets known as “load-and-go” could be used for future commercial crew missions. SpaceNews.com
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As House appropriators approved a spending bill May 17 that partially restores funding for a NASA astrophysics mission slated for cancellation, the agency’s administrator said he was “90 percent” confident that the mission will continue. SpaceNews.com
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NASA is dealing with a contamination problem with tubing in part of the core stage of the first Space Launch System vehicle, an issue that could contribute to further delays for its launch. SpaceNews.com
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Nine satellite companies agreed May 17 to donate satellite capacity and equipment to the United Nations, seeking to coordinate their responses to natural disasters. SpaceNews.com
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Nearly 600 members of a union that has been on strike against United Launch Alliance for almost two weeks will vote on a new contract May 19 that would end the labor dispute. SpaceNews.com
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SpaceX and OneWeb, two companies building thousands of satellites for broadband services, both expect to connect billions of the world's least-served to the internet. The two most prominent developers of electronically steered antennas don’t share that aspiration, however. SpaceNews.com
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The new Pentagon-based vice commander of Air Force Space Command, Lt. Gen. David “DT” Thompson, made his first public appearance May 15, 2018, at a Washington Space Business Roundtable luncheon. SpaceNews.com
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Testimony by NASA’s Inspector General at a May 16 hearing provided new support to efforts by two senators to block plans to end funding of the International Space Station in 2025. SpaceNews.com
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A spending bill to be marked up by the House Appropriations Committee would provide some funding for a NASA space telescope proposed for cancellation, but not necessarily enough to keep the mission on schedule. SpaceNews.com
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    Curriculum vitae
    Nationality Italian

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    01/02/2011–31/05/2011
    Internships
    Avio S.p.A., Roma (Italy)
    Fluid dynamics numerical simulations
    2015
    Staff Member
    International Space apps challenge, Rome (Italy)
    01/07/2015–Present
    Internships
    Avio S.p.A, Roma (Italy)
    Verification of functionality and making of test examples for the new version of SPP-08X.

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    2014–Present
    Master in Space Trasportation Systems (2nd level Master's Degree)
    Universita' degli Studi di ROMA 'La Sapienza', Rome (Italy)
    Winner of a scholarship provided by the sponsoring industries.
    The lectures were provided completely in english.
    Main subjects:
    ▪ Ground Segment & Launch Base (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Mission Analysis (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Aerothermodynamics of Launchers (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Structural System & Stages Separation (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Guidance, Navigation, Control and Avionic Systems (3 ECTS);
    ▪ High Speed & Reentry Aerothermodynamics ; Numerical Methods in High Speed Flows (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Solid Rocket Motors (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Liquid Rocket Engine (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Turbopumps and Combustion Chambers (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Space Program Management (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Aerothermodynamics, CFD, Tribology (3 ECTS);
    ▪ GNC (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Combustion Experimental Activity for Rocket thrust Chamber (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Management propellants in microgravity and Structural aspects for tanks (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Concurrent engineering application for Launcher design (3 ECTS);
    Lectures about concurrent engineering and electric propulsion at ESA/Estec.
    Lectures, experimental laboratories (flow visualization techiniques in supersonic flows: Shadowgraph,
    Schlieren, water table and oil flow) and data analysis at von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics.
    Lectures about Guidance, Navigation and Control at CNES-DLA in collaboration with Mines Paritech.
    Lectures about transient dynamic and dynamic instabilities at ISAE in collaboration with ONERA.
    Lectures and training in laboratory about Optical Emission Spectroscopy, Laser Induced Fluorescence
    and Dual Color Thermography at C.I.R.A. (Italian Aerospace Research Center).
    Licensed Professional Engineer since 2014

    2011–2014
    Space Engineering (Master's Degree)
    EQF level 7
    Universita' degli Studi di ROMA 'La Sapienza' - Facolta' di INGEGNERIA CIVILE E INDUSTRIALE,
    Rome (Italy)
    Main subjects:
    ▪ Gas Dynamics (9 ECTS): Balance laws and conservation equations, theory of hyperbolic system in
    3D+ time, shock-wave theory and shock tube analysis, Riemann problem, supersonic and
    transonic flow, dissipative phenomena, boundary layers, shear layers, and compressible
    turbulence;
    ▪ Solid Propulsion Modeling (6 ECTS): Gas dynamics and thermodynamics of solid propellant rocket
    motors, igniter jet flow, ignition transient, thrust nozzle starting flow, aero-acoustic and combustion
    instability and structural coupling, mathematical model of internal ballistic, ideal gases mixture, two-
    phase flow, turbulence, heat transfer at propellant grain surface, combustion process at grain
    surfaces and distributed inside flow field ,propellant grain surface time evolution, heat transfer and
    erosive phenomena at nozzle wall, numerical integration scheme, Godunov scheme for non-
    homogeneous Euler equations, multi-dimensional Godunov scheme;
    ▪ Hypersonic (6 ECTS): Peculiarities of hypersonic flows with respect to other kind of flows, the re-
    entry flow, effects of high Mach number over blunt bodies, hypersonic similarity and its parameters,
    method of tangent cone, hypersonic equivalence, aerodynamic heating, hypersonic laminar
    boundary layer, interaction between boundary layer and external inviscid flow: strong and weak
    viscous interaction, effects of high temperature: vibrational excitation, molecular dissociation,
    recombination and ionization, flows in thermochemical equilibrium and non-equilibrium and their
    modeling, viscous reacting flows, examples of thermochemical models, analysis of a flow
    downstream a normal shock, reacting flow in boundary layer, hypersonic applications: hypersonic
    wind tunnels and shock tubes, re-entry and cruise vehicles;
    ▪ Space Propulsion (9 ECTS): A short history of the aerospace propulsion, basic processes and
    classification of propulsion systems, origins and definition of propulsive thrust, flows in ducts and
    propulsive nozzles, fundamental performance parameters, termochemistry in thermo-chemical
    rockets, real rocket motor effects, propulsion system vs. launcher system, basic elements and
    description of liquid rocket engines, liquid propellants, tanks, pressure feeding systems, other
    systems and sub-systems: turbopumps, injectors, injection plate, thrust chamber, cooling system,
    etc. , basic elements and description of solid rocket motors, solid propellants, burning rate, internal
    ballistic: modeling and analysis of SRM behaviour, propellant grain, other systems and sub-
    systems: igniters, thermal protections, inhibitors, etc. ;
    ▪ Liquid Propellant Engines (6 ECTS) (the course was provided in english): Thermochemistry inside
    the combustion chamber, flows in thermochemical equilibrium and non-equilibrium and their
    modeling, injection process, ignition and development of flame in the combustion chamber, heat
    balance and cooling of the walls, operation and configurations of the nozzle;
    ▪ In-space Propulsion (6 ECTS): Introduction to space propulsion, space missions, classification of
    rockets, thrust in non-thermal rockets and limits of chemical and nuclear rockets, the importance of
    mass of the power generation system in the field of electric propulsion, mission optimum specific
    impulse, mission requirements for attitude control, cold-gas thrusters, monopropellant thrusters,
    hydrazine thruster, electro-thermal augmentation of hydrazine thrusters, notes on bipropellant
    rockets for space propulsion, electrical rockets: ionization, Saha's equation, definition and
    characteristic parameters of plasma, Debye shielding, plasma sheaths, Bohm velocity, motion of
    charged particles in electro-magnetic fields, electrothermal rockets: resistojet and arcjet,
    electrostatic rockets: acceleration in ion thrusters, three grids systems, ionization chamber,
    acceleration grids, neutralizer, Hall effect thrusters, nuclear thermal rockets, notes on advanced
    propulsion concepts;
    ▪ Turbopump Feed systems (6 ECTS): Introduction to turbopump systems for liquid rocket engines,
    methodologies for the study of turbomachines (compressible and incompressible flows in
    turbomachinery, balance equations, dimensional analysis, ...), centrifugal pumps (classification of
    pumps, characteristic curve, diffusion system, cavitation), axial turbines (classification, impulse
    turbine, reaction turbine, staging), gas generators (monopropellant, bipropellant), mechanical
    elements (gears, bearings, seals), analysis of open and closed cycle systems, starting transient,
    throttling;
    ▪ Fundamentals of Electronics (6 ECTS);
    ▪ Automatic Control Principles (9 ECTS);
    ▪ Aerospace Materials (6 ECTS) (the course was provided in english);
    ▪ Space Flight Mechanics (9 ECTS): Two-body problem, trajectory equation, time-of-flight, coordinate
    systems, coordinate transformations, classical orbital elements, earth satellites: ground track and
    visibility, perturbations, practical orbits, satellite constellations, orbital manoeuvres, three-body
    problem, Lagrange points, sphere of influence, the patched-conic approximation, lunar trajectories,
    interplanetary missions, synodic period, earth departure, launch window, planetary capture, swing-
    by, equations of the rocket motion, single-stage rocket performance, multi-stage rocket, rocket
    ascent trajectory: gravitational, misalignment, and drag losses, satellite attitude, torque-free motion
    of a rigid spacecraft, flexible spacecraft dynamics, passive attitude stabilization, active spacecraft
    control;
    ▪ Space Missions and Systems (9 ECTS): The satellite as a system, main categories of space
    missions and their requirements, phases of a space mission, mission operations, the dynamical
    state of a spacecraft and its determination (orbit and attitude), measurements of angles, distances
    and velocities with radio and optical systems, orbit determination with batch and sequential filters,
    sensors and observables for attitude determination, the Wahba problem and the estimation of the
    spatial orientation of a platform, equations of attitude dynamics and disturbance torques, gravity
    gradient and gyroscopic stabilization, nutations and their damping, attitude maneuvers and control
    laws, control of three-axis stabilized platforms (wheels and thrusters), actuators;
    ▪ Space Structures (9 ECTS);
    MSc thesis title: 'Study of aero-acustic phenomena in the first stage for the evolution of VEGA
    launcher'
    Topic: Study of aero-acustic phenomena in solid propellant rocket motors, particularly for new
    configurations proposed for the first stage of VEGA launcher.
    2006–2011
    Aerospace Engineering (Bachelor's Degree)
    EQF level 6
    Universita' degli Studi di ROMA 'La Sapienza' - Facolta' di INGEGNERIA CIVILE E INDUSTRIALE,
    Rome (Italy)
    Main subjects:
    ▪ Flight Mechanics (10 ECTS);
    ▪ Laboratories (12 ECTS): Physics laboratory (experimental), engines laboratory (numerical), aircraft
    assembly laboratory (experimental);
    ▪ Aerospace Structures (20 ECTS): Structures science, aerospace structures technology, Aerospace
    structures;
    ▪ Aerospace Propulsion (10 ECTS);
    ▪ Physics (34 ECTS): Thermodynamics, mechanics, electromagnetism, electrotechnology, applied
    mechanics;
    ▪ Aerodynamics (10 ECTS);
    ▪ Mathematics (22 ECTS): Differential equation, mathematics, numerical models;
    ▪ Aerospace On-board Systems (4 ECTS);
    ▪ Aerospace Materials (6 ECTS);
    ▪ English (3 ECTS);
    ▪ Technical Drawing (4 ECTS);
    ▪ Economy (6 ECTS);
    ▪ Chemistry (6 ECTS);
    ▪ Informatics (4 ECTS);
    ▪ Algebra and Geometry (6 ECTS);
    ▪ Aerospace Principles (4 ECTS);
    BSc thesis title: 'Analysis of Thermal Protection Deformation through Fluid-Structure Interaction'
    09/2001–07/2006
    Secondary school diploma: SCIENTIFIC CERTIFICATE
    EQF level 5
    Rome (Italy)

    PERSONAL SKILLS
    Mother tongue(s)
    Italian
    Other language(s)

    ENGLISH
    UNDERSTANDING:

    Listening C1

    Reading C1
    SPEAKING:

    Spoken interction B2

    Spoken production B2


    WRITING B2

    FRENCH
    UNDERSTANDING:

    Listening A1

    Reading A1
    SPEAKING:

    Spoken interction A1

    Spoken production A1


    WRITING A1


    Communication skills
    Good communication skills, achieved during the academic years and during leisure time (sports);
    Team spirit, achieved during the academic years and during leisure time (sports);
    Organisational / managerial skills
    Leadership, achieved during the academic years and during leisure time (sports);
    Sense of organization, achieved during the academic years and during leisure time (sports);
    Digital competence
    Good command of office suite (word processing, spread sheet, presentation software);
    Excellent Internet skills;
    Programming languages known: Fortran, MatLab, C, C++, LaTex
    Other skills
    Trekking, achieved during leisure time (Scout);
    Rugby, achieved during leisure time;
    Driving licence
    B

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    Excellent knowledge in Propulsion, Gas Dynamics and Fluid Dynamics.
    Execellent knowledge of Fortan and MatLab.
    Good knowledge of C and C++.
    Good knowledge of Fluent and Adina.
    Good knowledge of Tecplot and Gnuplot.
    Good knowledge of Ubuntu/Linux.
    Basic knowledge of EcosimPro.
     


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