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     Date Submitted:12-09-2015
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     Current job:Intern at Airbus Defence and Space AOCS Department
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsAOCS, GNC, Estimation, Automatic Control, Space Systems, Satellite, Stability Analysis, Simulator Development, Space Propulsion
    CV

    DOUBLE DEGREE / RESEARCH MASTER STUDENT - ISAE SUPAERO and POLITECNICO DI TORINO

     

    Education

     

    2014- Sept. 2015

    Research Master in Automatic Control, Signal and Images Treatment, Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace (ISAE SUPAERO) and Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan.

    Developed in collaboration with ENS Cachan, SUPELEC and Paris 11.

    Toulouse,

    France

    2013 – Sept. 2015

    Double Degree Program, ISAE SUPAERO.

    ·         Major: Space Systems and Automatic Control.

    ·          Knowledge in: Representation, analysis and control of dynamic systems, Robust optimal control, Discrete event systems, Estimation, Filtering, Real time control, Non-linear systems control, Modelling and Control of complex mechanical systems, Space Systems, Optimisation Techniques, Spacecraft Attitude and Control, Space Imaging, Multidisciplinary program in Aerospace, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.

    Toulouse,

    France

    2012 – Oct. 2015

    Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering, POLITECNICO DI TORINO.

    ·         Knowledge in:  Space Systems, Space Propulsion,  Flight Dynamics, Mechanics of Aerospace Structures, Aerogasdynamics.

    Turin, Italy

    2009 - 2012

    Bachelor in Aerospace Engineering, POLITECNICO DI TORINO, Score: 110/110 cum laude.

    ·         Knowledge in:   Automatic Control, Flight Dynamics , Flight Mechanics,  Mechanics of Aerospace Structures, Aerodynamics, Aerospace Systems, AerospacePropulsion, Information Technology.

    Turin, Italy

     

    Experience

     

    2015

    (1st April – 30th Sept.)

    Internship: Evolutions of Eurostar E3000 AOCS, AIRBUS DEFENCE AND SPACE.

    ·         Development and test of attitude control simulators in Matlab/Simulink environment

    ·         Research study and modelling of impulsive parasite forces generated by chemical reaction control thrusters: impact on solar arrays flexible modes dynamics and non-linear stability analysis

    Toulouse,

    France

    2015

    (02/03 – 06/03)

    International Graduate School on Control of the European Embedded Control Institute, SUPELEC.

    Model Predictive Control. Course provided by Eduardo F. Camacho.

    Paris-Saclay,

    France

    March 2015

    Humanoid Robot Project,ISAE SUPAERO.

    Implementation in Python of the walking path algorithm for a Humanoid robot.

    Toulouse,

    France

     

     

     

    2014

    (5 Months)

     

    Research Project: CubeSat Attitude Estimation via Unscented Kalman Filter using Magnetometer Measurements, ISAE SUPAERO.

    Implementation of a Simulink and Matlab model for the Attitude Control System of the JumpSat mission in order to estimate the spacecraft attitude.

    ·         Detailed achievements: bibliographic research, development of a complex project, production of a scientific article, poster and presentation of the final project, team-working skills.

    Toulouse,

    France

    2013 – 2014

    Team D.I.A.N.A. (Official Google Lunar XPrize - AMALIA Team), POLITECNICO DI TORINO.

    Thermodynamic Team: implementation of a preliminary thermal analysis of a Lunar Rover with Matlab.

    Turin, Italy

    2014

    (4 Months)

    JAVA Project: Discrete Events Simulator for a Pathfinding Problem, ISAE SUPAERO.

    ·         Detailed achievements: UML design project, code development, team-working skills.

    Toulouse,

    France

    2014

    (2 Months)

    CubeSat Mission Preliminary Design, ISAE SUPAERO.

    Preliminary design of a complete CubeSat mission: orbit definition, attitude control, thermal design, communication system design, power and mass budget.

    Toulouse,

    France

    2012

    (6 Months)

    Bachelor Thesis: Optimisation of high speed disks for low pressure turbines in preliminary design phase,Great Lab (joint research laboratory between Avio S.p.A. and POLITECNICO DI TORINO).

    ·       Detailed achievements: bibliographic research, structural analysis with Nastran/Patran, genetic algorithm optimisation, team-working skills.

    Turin, Italy

     

    Publications

     

    2014

    F. Sanfedino, M. Scardino, J. Chaix, S. Lizy-Destrez, CubeSat Attitude Estimation via AUKF Using Magnetometer Measurements and MRP. In EuroGNC 2015 Conference Publication : Advances in Aerospace Guidance, Navigation and Control2015, pp 343-361, Springer

    Toulouse,

    France

     

    Community Service

     

    Aug 2014

    Humanitarian Mission in Korogocho with Huipalas ONLUS.

    Building of a new village and activities with children.

    Nairobi,Kenya

     

    Computer Skills

     

    Languages

     

    Interests

    ·         Software: Matlab, Simulink, MSC Patran/Nastran, Eclipse, Microsoft Office, Solidworks (CSWA Certificate), iSIGHT-FD

    ·         OS: Windows, Linux

    ·         Languages: JAVA, C, C++, Python, LaTex

    ·         Italian: Mother Tongue

    ·         English: B2

    ·         French: C1

    ·         Spanish: Beginner

    ·         Drawing: Member of SUPAERO Art Club

    ·         Photo: SUPAERO Club Photo Prize (2014), First Prize SUPAERO Photo Competition 2015

    ·         Sport: football, swimming

    ·         Hobbies: guitar, filmography, chess



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