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     Date Submitted:03-11-2015
     Last Modified:03-11-2015 (08:58)
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     Current job:Thermo-Structural Research Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     KeywordsThermal, Structure





    Research and Development Engineer

    CIRA scpa, Capua (Italy)

    ?     ESA HEXAFLY-INT project .Thermal analysis and design of EFTV and ESM modules for hexafly-int hypersonic vehicle.

    ?     SHS project. Thermo-structural analysis on scramspace vehicle.

    ?     ESA PRIDE project. Thermal analysis for the design of the thermal control system.

    ?     COCET / SHS projects. Design of innovative ablative materials for space applications.

    ?     STORM project. Develop and validate advanced simulation tools providing a predictive capability on ice accretion and release mechanisms within a propulsive system environment.

    ?     SMOS project. Develop simulation tools providing a predictive capability on ice accretion and release mechanisms to test de-icing and anti-icing techniques.

    ?     MALET project. Thermo-structural analysis of a diesel engine.

    ?     GUARDIAN project. Develop of a tool of noise synthesis generated by an aircraft in the phases of take-off, landing and fly-over with recognition of the various acoustic sources.

    ?     MILNOISE project. Study of Impact Noise of Italian military aircrafts on airport surrounding areas.



    IAL CISL Campania., Naples (Italy)

    To organize and perform the training of activity called "Worker on utensil machines" for a total of 225 hours


    Research and development engineer

    U-team, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, University, Mechanical Engineer Department, Compiègne (France)

    Final redaction stage of Ph.D thesis


    Research Engineer in the context of a Ph.D. financed by the European Project Marie Curie Research Training Network "MADUSE"

    RENAULT sas,Research Department, Acoustic Group., Guyancourt (France)

    Numerical simulation by finite element method in NVH studies taking into account uncertainty and variability. Characterization of polymer acoustic behavior. Experimental modal analysis.



    ACCENTURE. Consultancy society, Rome (Italy)

    Learning e-business methodologies






    Ph. D in Mechanical Engineer

    EQF level 8

    Université de Technologie de Compiègne, Laboratoire Roberval, Compiègne (France)

    Skills: Numerical simulation by finite element method in NVH studies taking into account variability. Characterization of polymer acoustic behavior. Experimental modal analysis.

    2 journal publications and 4 scientific publications in international conferences (ISMA06, USD07, LSAME08, ISMA08)

    Training detachment periods in: LMS International in Leuven (Belgium) from 19th to 23rd of June 2006 on experimental modal analysis; at Universität Stuttgart (Germany) from 13th to 20th of October 2007 on fuzzy methods

    Thesis: “Intra variability experimental and numerical evaluation of the vibro-acoustic behavior of automotive structures, from elementary to performance level”


    Master Degree in Aerospace Engineer

    EQF level 7

    Università degli studi di Napoli “Federico II”, Naples (Italy)

    Skills: Aerospace structure and materials, aerodynamics, avionic systems, aerospace engine, earth observation systems, numerical simulation by finite element methods for acoustics and vibration

    Thesis: “ Vibro-acoustic behavior of flat panels made of light alloy and composite material"


    European project “ Socrates-Erasmus ” fellowship during the fifth year of university.


    “Aerospace Department” – University of Glasgow, Glasgow (United Kingdom)

    Skill:aerodynamics, aerospace structures and materials, avionic systems, English language





    Mother tongue(s)


    Other language(s)

    English, French

    Communication skills

    Excellent communication skills gained during the Ph.D (an average of a public presentation each 3 months either in French or English) and increased during these years at CIRA

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Actually responsible for CIRA respectively of work packages 6 and 2 of European projects HEXAFLY-Int and STORM.

    During the PhD and at CIRA responsible of different research stagists

    Job-related skills

    Numerical simulation by finite element methods in thermo-structure, acoustic and vibration, uncertainty and variability in numerical simulation, mechanical behavior of polymers, experimental modal analysis

    Noise synthesis tool to reproduce the noise generated by an aircraft during take-off, landing and fly-over with the identification of the different acoustic sources.

    Study of the acoustic impact of air traffic using INM 7.0


    Digital competence


    Information processing


    Content creation


    Problem solving


    Proficient user

    Proficient user

    Independent user

    Proficient user

    Proficient user


    Digital competences - Self-assessment grid


    ECDL certificate(9th June 2009), IC3 ( 30th April 2009), Microsoft Certified Application Specialist Master Level.


    Ansys, Ansys Workbench, INM 7.0, Matlab, MSC. Nastran, ANSA, METAPOST, FEMTOOLS, LMS TestLab, LMS Gateway, FEMAP, MSC Patran, LMS Cada-X, AutoCad, Microsoft Office 2007.

    Certificate:Training course “Managing airport noise” ISPRA (BARI 2010),

    Other skills

    Relational skills

    Living and working in multi-cultural context


    Travelling, playing tennis, reading novels.

    Driving licence







    International Journal

    1. R. Scigliano, M. Scionti, P. Lardeur, Verification, validation and variability for the vibration study of a car windscreen modeled by finite elements, Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Volume 47, Issue 1, January 2011, Pages 17-29, doi:10.1016/j.finel.2010.07.009.

    2. P. Lardeur, R. Scigliano, M. Scionti, Verification and validation for the vibration study of automotive structures modelled by finite elements, Journal of Strain Analysis, 2012, DOI: 10.1177/0309324712466508


    International conferences

    1. P. Lardeur, M. Scionti, R. Scigliano, Verification and validation of finite element models for the vibro-acoustic behavior of a windscreen in presence of variability, ISMA2006 congress, Leuven, Belgium, p. 1951-1962, 2006.

    2. R. Scigliano, M. Scionti, P. Lardeur, Intra variability and predictive capability of windscreen finite element models in structural dynamics, USD2007 International Conference on Uncertainty in Structural Dynamics, Sheffield, United Kingdom, p. 191-200, 2007.

    3. R. Scigliano, P. Lardeur, Intra variability assessment of a windscreen vibro-acoustic behaviour in the context of a hierarchical approach, LSAME08, Leuven, Belgium, p. 845-858, 2008.

    4. R. Scigliano, P. Lardeur, Numerical assessment of booming noise intra variability trough a hierarchical approach, ISMA2008 congress, Leuven, Belgium, p. 3943-3958, 2008.

    5. R.Scigliano, M. Scionti, P. Lardeur, J.M. Duffal, Overview of an experimental and numerical approach to study the intra variability of the vibro-acoustic behavior of a windscreen in free-free and real conditions, USD2010 congress, Leuven, Belgium, 2010.

    6. R. Scigliano, V. Quaranta, Sound synthesis tool for an aircraft flyover noise, EURONOISE 2012, Prague, Czech Republic , 2012.

    7. R. Scigliano, R. Gardi, A. Del Vecchio, Thermal analysis for the design of Ultra High Temperature Ceramic (UHTC) coated metals payloads on the Australian hypersonic vehicle Scramspace, 4th Sino-Italian Conference on Space Aero-Thermodynamics and Hot Structures, Capua (Italy), 2012.

    8. R. Gardi, V. De Simone, R. Scigliano, A. Del Vecchio, Thermo-structural design of Ultra-High Temperature Ceramic (UHTC) winglets of a re-entry space vehicle, 63rd International Astronautical Congress, Naples (Italy), 1-5 October 2012

    9. R. Gardi, R. Scigliano, A. Del Vecchio, Sub-Orbital Flight Test Of Advanced Ceramic Material Components For Ultra High Temperatures, 21st ESA Symposium on European Rocket and Balloon Programs and related, Thun, Switzerland, 2013.

    10. R. Scigliano, R. Gardi, A. Del Vecchio, Thermo-structural design of Ultra High Temperature Ceramic (UHTC) winglets of a re-entry space vehicle, 54th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics and Material Conference, April 8-11, 2013, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

    11. R. Gardi, A. Del Vecchio, R. Scigliano, Verification and Validation for the thermo-mechanical design of Ultra High Temperature Ceramic (UHTC) winglets of a re-entry space vehicle, 5th Sino-Italian Conference on Space Aerothermodynamics and Hot Structures, Bejing (China), 2013

    12. V. Carandente, R. Scigliano, V. De Simone, A. Del Vecchio, R. Gardi, Fem Modelling Of The Ablation Process For Innovative Thermal Protection Materials, 1stInternational High-Speed Flow Conference, Beijing, China, May 13th – 14th 2014

    13. R. Scigliano, R. Gardi, A. Del Vecchio, Verification And Validation For The Thermo-Mechanical Design Of Ultra High Temperature Ceramic (Uhtc) Winglets Of A Re-Entry Space Vehicle, IAC 2014, 65th International Astronautical Congress, Toronto, Canada, 2014.

    14. R. Scigliano, R. Gardi, A. Del Vecchio, M. Tului. New plasma sprayed ceramic coatings techniques. Application to space. IAC 2014, 65th International Astronautical Congress, Toronto, Canada, 2014.

    15. Valerio Carandente, Roberto Scigliano, Valeria De Simone, Antonio Del Vecchio, Roberto Gardi.A Finite Element Approach For The Design Of Innovative Ablative Materials For Space Applications, 8th European Symposium on Aerothermodynamics for Space vehicles, 2-6 March 2015, Lisbon, Portugal

    16. Giuseppe Pezzella, Valerio Carandente, Roberto Scigliano, Marco Marini, Johan Steelant.Aerothermal Environment Methodology Of The Hexafly-Int Experimental Flight Test Vehicle (Eftv), 8th European Symposium on Aerothermodynamics for Space vehicles, 2-6 March 2015, Lisbon, Portugal

    17. Valerio Carandente, Roberto Scigliano, Valeria De Simone, Antonio Del Vecchio, Roberto Gardi. A Finite Element approach for the design of innovative ablative materials for space applications, 6th European Conference For Aeronautics And Space Sciences (Eucass), 29 June-3 July 2015, Krakow, Poland.

    18. Valerio Carandente, Roberto Scigliano, Giuseppe Pezzella, Marco Marini and Johan Steelant, Finite Element Thermal Design of the Hexafly-INT Experimental Flight Test Vehicle, 6th European Conference For Aeronautics And Space Sciences (Eucass), 29 June-3 July2015, Krakow, Poland.

    19. Nunzia Favaloro, Giuseppe Pezzella, Valerio Carandente, Roberto Scigliano, Marco Cicala, Gianfranco Morani and Johan Steelant, Design Analysis of the High-Speed Experimental Flight Test Vehicle HEXAFLY-International, 20th AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference (Hypersonics 2015). 6 - 9 July 2015. Location: Glasgow, Scotland

    Ph.D. thesis

    R. Scigliano, Evaluation expérimentale et numérique de la variabilité intra du comportement vibro-acoustique de structures automobiles, du niveau élémentaire à la prestation, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, 25 March 2009

    International workshop

    1. R. Scigliano, Variability in numerical models for the analysis of the vibro-acoustic behaviour of automotive structures, MADUSE Midterm Meeting, LMS International Leuven, Belgium, April 4, 2006

    2. R. Scigliano, P. Lardeur, Variability in numerical models for the analysis of the vibroacoustic behavior of automotive structures, Poster session, MADUSE Midterm Meeting, LMS International Leuven, Belgium, April 4, 2006

    3. R. Scigliano, P. Lardeur, Verification, validation and variability for windscreen finite element models, MADUSE Meeting, Renault SAS, Guyancourt, France, October 31, 2006

    4. R. Scigliano, P. Lardeur, Experimental and numerical intra variability of the dynamic behaviour of a windscreen in real conditions, MADUSE Meeting, AGH University of Science & Technology, Krakow, Poland, April 2, 2007

    5. R. Scigliano, Renault windscreen session: context and objectives, Renault windscreen session, LMS International, Leuven, May 24, 2007

    6. R. Scigliano, S.Turrin, Fuzzy Arithmetical Vibration Analysis of a Windshield with Uncertain Material Properties, Geometry and Boundary Conditions, MADUSE Meeting, Centro Ricerche Fiat, Orbassano (TO), Italy, October 30, 2007

    7. P. Lardeur, R. Scigliano, Vibro-acoustic variability in an industrial context: some numerical and experimental aspects, Joint MADUSE - InMAR - Smart Structures workshop, Centro Ricerche Fiat, Turin, Italy, October 31, 2007

    8. R. Scigliano, R. Gardi, V. De Simone, A. Del Vecchio, Thermo-structural design of Ultra High Temperature Ceramic (UHTC) winglets of a re-entry space vehicle, IAC 2012, 63rd International Astronautical Congress, Naples, Italy, 2012.

    9. R. Gardi, R. Scigliano, V. De Simone, ANSYS best practice: CIRA experience, external loads, mesh., CAE Conference 2013,Lazise, Italy, 21-22 October 2013.

    10. R. Gardi, A. Del Vecchio, R. Scigliano, CIRA Ultra High Temperature Ceramic experiment on SCRAMSPACE, the Australian Scramjet., 1st International High-Speed Flow Conference. Beijing. 13-14 May, 2014

    11. R. Gardi, R. Scigliano, CIRA contribution to VII ANSYS Mechanical Council Meeting, VII ANSYS Mechanical Council Meeting. 27 May 2014 Fiesole (FI) Italy.

    12. M. Ferraiuolo, R.Scigliano, V.De Simone, V. Carandente, Thermo-mechanical analyses of rocket engines thrust chambers and ablative Thermal Protection Systems of re-entry vehicles, ANSYS User group meeting regional conference, 14-15 May 2014, Bologna , Italy.

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