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     Date Submitted:21-08-2015
     Last Modified:28-09-2017 (11:50)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsAerospace Engineer, mission analysis, flight dynamics, space debris, active debris removal, design for demise, cleanspace, attitude and guidance navigation control systems, hypersonic flow, atmospheric reentry, space systems


    Sex  male | Date of birth  07/07/1990 | Nationality Italian 


    Aerospace Engineer

    Aerospace engineer master graduate at University of Naples Federico II (IT) specialized in space systems, with a strong knowledge of space mission analysis, flight dynamics, atmospheric reentry and space debris related problems; he has achieved a 2nd level Specializing Master in Space Science and Technology at University of Rome Tor Vergata (IT); he was Intern at Thales Alenia Space, Rome (IT) and previously at OHB System, Bremen (DE). Currently Master Student of Space Studies at International Space University (ISU) , Strasbourg (FR).



    Intern Space Debris Engineer at Thales Alenia Space, Rome (IT)
    Mission Analysis - Study of Uncooperative Space Debris Objects for an Active Debris Removal

    Analysis of different solutions for active debris removal concepts to assess the feasibility of future ESA mission in the frame of space debris remediation field provided by ESA Clean Space initiative (e.Deorbit).
    Task: study of rotational dynamics of space debris objects; study of sensors and actuators for the rendezvous of uncooperative satellites and design of an architecture for chaser platform; review of capture methods and mechanisms for an active debris removal mission


    Intern Re-entry and Space Debris Engineer at OHB System AG, Bremen (DE)
    Flight Dynamics - Space Debris and Design for Demise strategy

    Analysis of several parameters in terms of objects demisability during atmospheric reentry, for future spacecraft design in a preliminary space mission phase studies in the frame of space debris mitigation field provided by ESA Clean Space initiative (CleanSat).
    Task: study of the space debris issue and analysis in the field of spacecraft reentry from LEO; development of an analytic background about design for demise in hypersonic flow; atmospheric reentry simulations using DRAMA and software development of tools in MATLAB for atmospheric reentry and on-ground risk assessment

    11/04/2015 - 31/05/2015

    Team Member of NASA International Space Apps Challenge – SelfieSAT Project

    The project has been receiving local award in Naples is aimed at the design of a nanosatellite that, detaching from a mothership, is able to take pictures of the latter for artistic and diagnostic purpose; main objectives were to minimize the fuel or power consumption, to make the nanosatellite autonomous and reusable; basing on these key-points, a CubeSat-like system, named SelfieSAT, has been designed and its internal components have been selected choosing among those available into the market place

    01/06/2014 - 11/10/2014

    Team member of ESA REXUS/BEXUS programme – ICARUS Project

    Development of an innovative capsule for aero-braked re-entry with unconventional
    shield (ICARUS) in “umbrella like” configuration, characterized by a very low ballistic
    parameter; testing the feasibility of a simple, low-cost mechanism for reentry, in order to increase the knowledge in the field of aero-capture with deployable systems

    05/03/2012 - 05/09/2012

    Student Researcher at Department of Aerospace Engineering (DIAS), Naples (IT)
    CFD Studies

    Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) studies for aerodynamic performance assessment.
    Task: analysis of airfoils and assessment of their aerodynamics coefficients with CFD analysis; assessment of aerodynamics performance using software ANSYS FLUENT and MATLAB/SIMULINK


    07/09/2017 - CURRENTLY

    Master of Space Studies at International Space University (ISU), Strasbourg (FR) - Full Scholarship provided by Italian Space Agency (ASI)

    The ISU Master in Space Studies Program (MSS) is intended for individuals seeking professional development, further academic study, or both, through a one year graduate degree program in the space sector.

    09/10/2015 - 24/07/2017

    2nd Level Specializing Master in Space Science and Technology (Engineering/Physics)
    University of Rome Tor Vergata (IT) - Full Scholarship provided by Thales Alenia Space (TAS)

    Score: 110/110 - First Class Honours
    Thesis: Space Debris Remediation and Mitigation Techniques

    Main Studies: universe and Solar System Exploration; earth Observation; space Navigation
    space Technology; space Programme Management

    24/09/2012 - 27/10/2015

    Master of Aerospace Engineering - Space Systems Engineering
    University of Naples Federico II (IT)

    Score: 110/110 magna cum laude - First Class Honours with Distinction
    Thesis: Space Debris and Design for Demise strategy

    Main Studies:
    ▪ Hypersonic Aerodynamics, Space Systems, Aerospace Remote Sensing Systems, Avionics, Flight Dynamics and Simulation, Space Experiments
    ▪ Space mission analysis and orbital mechanics
    ▪ Space systems and AOCS/GNC system design
    ▪ Aerothermodynamics analysis of atmospheric reentering capsule

    28/09/2009 - 21/09/2012

    Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering
    University of Naples Federico II (IT)

    Thesis: Analysis of airfoils for applications in VAWT (vertical axis wind turbine) and assessment of their aerodynamics coefficients

    Main Studies:
    ▪ Aerospace Systems, Aerospace Structures, Aerospace Materials and Technologies
    ▪ Flight Mechanics, Aeronautical Construction and Technologies, Aircraft Maintenance
    ▪ Computer-assisted Aerospace Design, Aerospace Propulsion, Gas Dynamics , Fluid dynamics Experimental and Numerical Methods in Aerospace Engineering
    ▪ English language

    20/10/2014 - 11/08/2009

    Training CATIA V5 course for Aerospace Designers
    Trainee at IEM Lab Srl, Naples (IT)

    ▪ Study of the design of the aeronautical products
    ▪ Study concerning capability of problem solving
    ▪ Production of CAD 3D models using software CATIA V5


    High School Diploma of Science and Technology
    Technical Institute G. Marconi Torre Annunziata, Naples (IT)

    ▪ Computer science, mathematics, industrial mechanics and English language
    ▪ Good knowledge in programming languages (C/C++)


    Mother tongue(s) 


    Other language(s)



    Organisational / managerial skills:

    ▪ Team member of different projects within space system studies

    ▪ Volunteer  team leader , managing team of charity workers

    Computer skills:

    ▪ ECDL certificate (European Computer Driving License)

    ▪ MATLAB / SIMULINK tool

    ▪ AGI Systems Tool Kit (STK)

    ▪ ESA’s DRAMA


    ▪ CATIA V5,

    ▪ Dev C++

    ▪ FEMAP


    ▪ Microsoft Windows Office™

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