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     Date Submitted:28-12-2015
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     Current job:Dissemination Software Engineer
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    July 2018- Present

    Aeolus PDGS Validation and Qualification Engineer

    Serco S.p.a, Frascati (Italy)

    Main activities:

    • Support  activities during the Commissioning phase of the Aeolus mission

    • Operational validation of the Aeolus PDGS software applications: Aeolus Processing Facility and    scientific processors and QC tools integrated into the processing application, Aeolus Mission  Management and Planning Facility and associated external tools , Aeolus Calibration and Monitoring Facility and scientific processors and QC tools integrated into the calibration application , Aeolus Data Dissemination Facility and any associated sub-components, Aeolus System Monitoring Facility, Aeolus scientific processors and quality control tools

    • Validation of new auxiliary files

    • Validation of updated configurations files and settings

     

    Dec 2015–July 2018

    Dissemination  Software Engineer

    Serco S.p.a, Frascati (Italy)

    Main activities:

    • Support to the definition, and subsequent consolidation and maintenance of user requirements for the ESA PDGS Dissemination services

    • Support to the analysis of Earth Observation data collections with the aim of making them available via the Lite Dissemination Server according to the operational scenarios

    • Generation of collection-specific SIP/DIP package for the routine operations

    • Design, development, testing, transfer to operations and corrective maintenance of native-to-SIP product conversion software.

    Test Engineer in support of the Transfer To Operations of the ERS/ENVISAT (A)SAR PDGS project:

    • ERS/ENVISAT Data ingestion during the pre-operational phase of the project

    • ERS/ENVISAT Data Loading and Data Dissemination in the operational phase of the project

    • ERS/ENVISAT Metadata Generation Tool Operational Validation

    • Technical documentation baseline generation (Operational Validation Report, Technical Notes)

    • NCRs reporting and follow-up

    • Support to the Maintenance of the ERS/ENVISAT (A)SAR PDGS.

     

     Jun 2015– Dec 2015

    ALOS PDGS Multi-mission AIV Engineer

    Serco S.p.a, Frascati (Italy)

    AIV activities for the migration of the ALOS Payload Data Segment to the new ESA infrastructure:

    • System requirements analysis and traceability to test cases and procedures.

    • Definition of detailed End to End testing procedures, identification of test dataset, tests execution and reporting

    • Technical documentation generation (e.g. System Validation Specification (SVS), Technical Notes (TN), Test Reports(TR), Software Validation Test Plan (SVTP))

    • Test execution during ESA Project Milestones Review (QR, AR).

     

     Jan 2015– May 2015

    Museum Educator

    Coopculture, Rome (Italy)

    Museum Educator at math's exhibition: “Numeri. Tutto ciò che conta da zero a infinito”.

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    Nov 2014– June 2016

    Post-graduate Master in Space Science and Technology

    University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome (Italy)

     Main topics:

    • Celestial Mechanics                                                             • Management Strategies       

    • Earth Observation​                                                               • Space Exploration​

    • Data Analysis                                                                      • Instrumentation

    • Numerical methods for Astronomy                                        • Solar Physics​ ​                              

    • Flight Dynamics

    Thesis:Initializing the Fireball Information system (FIS) of the ESA NEO Coordination Centre

    Grade: 110/100 cum laude

     

    Mar 2012–Oct 2014

    Master's Degree in Pure and Applied Mathematics

    University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome (Italy)

    Thesis: “Sistemi Fermionici e Algebre di Grassmann” – Grade 110/110

     

    Sep 2012–Sep 2012

    Rome-Moscow school of Matrix Methods and Applied Linear Algebra

    Lomonosov Moscow State University-University of Rome Tor Vergata

    Project of numerical analysis, organized by the University of Rome Tor Vergata in collaboration with the Lomonosov Moscow State University.

    I followed university courses both in Moscow (1-15 September) an Rome(16-30 September).

    I took final exams and I received a certificate of attendance.

     

    Sep 2003–Jul 2008

    Diploma Maturità Classica

    Classical Institute "Conti Gentili", Alatri (Italy)

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

    Mother tongue(s):Italian

    Other language(s): English

    UNDERSTANDING: C1

    SPEAKING:B2

    WRITING:C1

     

    Digital competence

    • Java -Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer                     • C

    • Matlab                                                                                                     • Scilab

    • ITIL foundation Certified                                                                          • SQL 

    • Linux

     

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Voluntary work

    Six years of charity work for Italian Red Cross.

    Four years of ambulance service.

    Interests

    Karate's black belt 3° dan.

    I took part in several karate individual competition and team competition at regional level and national level.

     

     


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