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     Date Submitted:01-12-2015
     Last Modified:23-02-2016 (10:01)
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     Current job:Aerospace System Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsaerospace system engineer, technical manager of Vega launcher control and command system, CSG, ESA. Planning, definition,team operation, validation plans, design, improving, anomalies solving. Aerodynamics Fluid dynamics, structures, FEM, CAD, CFD, CAE, p
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    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    February 2016– March 2016

    Aeronautical Desing training – Catia V5

     

    MES Consulting

    Via Galileo Galilei 1, Mariglianella (NA)

    Professional theoretical-practical training. Methodsand tools of design for aircraft parts, aeronautical equipment, precision mechanics. Design, CAD, CAM for mechanical components production, assembling and testing. Airbus, Alenia and AgustaWestland standards.

    Professional use of the software CATIA V5.  

    March  2015– February 2016

    Aerospace System engineer,  ESA  Launch Base

    Vitrociset S.p.a.

    Centre Spatial Guyanais,  Kourou,  French Guyana

    ▪  Team Technical Manager of VEGA  Launcher control and command system

    Operations related  to VEGA  ground segment in  the Guyanese space center of  European Space Agency.

    Planning, definition, carryingout team operations for the launch campaign, validation plans, maintenance, design, improving, anomalies management and solving.

    Interface with the customer (Arianespace) and with other operational teams in an international context.

    February   2015 – March 2015

    Software Engineer

    HP    Hewlett - Packard

    Via Giamaica 7, Pomezia

    ▪  Software engineerin a team; Programming languages used: Java 6, SQL, J2EE architecture, Data Base, Hibernate 3.

    2013 - 2014

    Tutor

    Faculty of Engineering, Roma Tre, Via Vasca Navale 79/81, 00154 Roma

    ▪  Winner of scholarships for mentoring activities in 2013  and 2014, I conducted remedial classes in mathematics, physics and prepared students for the entrance test for  Engineering faculties.

     

    2007 - 2009

    Lifeguard

    Sheraton Golf Parco de’ Medici Hotel, Roma; several swimming pools in Casal Palocco, Roma; seaside resort, La Casetta, Ostia.

    ▪  After passing the exams for FIN lifeguards in 2007.  I practiced as a lifeguard, which includes great responsibility for the safety of others. 

     

     

     

     

    EDUCATION

     

    February 2012 – October 2014

    Master degree:  Aeronautical Engineering, Full marks with honour

     

    FinalGrade : 110 cum  Laude/110. Roma Tre University. Via Vasca Navale 79/81, Rome

    Thesis: “Aerodynamic loads prediction on bluff bodies and application on a helicopter fuselage”

     

    Publication of the  paper “BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD FOR AERODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF BLUFF BODIES”  At   AIDAA2015

    Co-operation with  Italian Rotors Industries. Supervisor: Prof. Giovanni Bernardini

    Papers:

    ''Conceptual design and optimization of an airplane with double bubble fuselage and Prandtl's wing''

    ''Helicopter rotor vibrations control system''

    '' Aircraft dynamics control and wind response''

    ▪Aerodynamics, Aeroelasticity, flight dynamics, modeling in aeronautics , Turbomachinery
    ▪ Manufacturing industry, analysis of aircraft structures, structural design of aircraft
    ▪ Laboratory of aerodynamics and aeroacoustics, aeroelasticity  laboratory of rotors
    ▪ Complements of automatic controls, Thermal fluid dynamics of propulsion systems

     

    Computer programs:          Fluid dynamics and CFD:                    Fluent, OpenFoam, Gambit, XFLR

                                                 Structures and materials and CAE:    Comsol, CES

                                                 Automatic controls                                LabVIEW, Simulink

    Computer drawing, CAD      AutoCAD 2014, CATIA  v5

    Programming and  IT:           Java, SQL, Matlab, Fortran, C++, J2EE, Hibernate 3, DB

    Tools used:

    Hot Wire Anemometer, Particle Image Velocimetry, pressure transducers, microphones, accelerometers, wind  tunnels.

     

    October 2008 – December 2011

    Bachelor’s degree: Mechanical Engineering

     

    Final Grade: 106/110.   Roma Tre University. Via Vasca Navale 79/81, Rome

    Thesis:  “ Aerodynamic  characterization of a transonic jet using Hot Wire Anemometer  technique.”

    Supervisor: Prof. Roberto Camussi              

    ▪  Fluid dynamics, Thermodynamics, Mechanics

    ▪  Mathematical Analysis, Linear Algebra, Physics, Chemistry

    ▪  Automatic, Economics, Electronics,Electral Industrial Applications

    ▪  Materials Science, Machine Design, Construction Science, ICT, Computer Programming

    ▪  Safety in the Workplace and Environmental Protection (valid exam as part of the course to cover the figure of  RSPP: head of prevention and protection). 

     

    Other acquired knowledge:

    Technical drawing, computer programs for engineering.

     

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

    Other languages

    English, French

    Communication, Organisational and Professional skills

    ▪  Experience in high responsibility positions, of  team leadership and  interaction with customers in international contexts as the Guyanese Space Center. Also Early experiences in roles of responsibility during adolescent years as a lifeguard and captain of a water polo team. 

    ▪  Activities  planning, looking for improvements of systems, investigation of anomalies and immediate problem solving attitude acquired in the space center.

    ▪  Experience in working in a team, in the realization and organization of  group works, gained in HP experience and during several exercises held at the University; these challenges have helped me to mature and develop interpersonal and leadership skills.

    ▪  Orientationto problem-solving, interpersonal skills, strong interest in learning, capacity and habit of respecting times and deadlines. Ability to analyze and  formulate new proposals and ideas.

    ▪  Natural skills in the transmission of knowledge to others, reinforced by the experience as technical responsible, university tutor as well as several private and group lessons.

    Computer skills

    ▪  Programming languages: C++, Java 6, SQL, Fortran, Matlab, LabView, Simulink

    ▪  Programming tools: J2EE, Spring, Struts, Data Base, Hibernate 3, HTML

    ▪  Engineering programs: AutoCAD 2014, CATIA v5 Fluent 6.3, Gambit, OpenFoam, Comsol, XFLR, CES

    ▪  Deep understanding of operating systems: Microsoft, Linux, Mac

     

    Publications

     

    BOUNDARY  ELEMENT  METHOD  FOR  AERODYNAMIC  ANALYSIS  OF  BLUFF  BODIES”  At   AIDAA2015

     

    Other skills

    ▪  Ability to lead a sailboat:  FIV, (Italian Federation of Sailing)

    ▪  Experience in private maths and physics lessons from  2009  to current.

    Driving licence

    ▪  B (Car)

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

     

    ▪  Recognised as able, and  ranking in 11th position out of 6000, in the national competition for  the Italian Air Force Academy in 2008,  Engineering Corps. 

     

    ▪  Sport:  swimming, water polo, (competitive level), martial arts, boxing.

     

    ▪  Interests:  travelling, music, sports, culture.



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