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     Date Submitted:12-02-2016
     Last Modified:13-06-2016 (09:18)
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     Current job:Aerospace engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Consulting/Engineering Services
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    PROFILE
    - A young new graduate in possession of Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering with final mark 110/110 cum laude (the highest honors).
    - A reliable team player with very strong analytical, communication and time management skills developed during his university path and his internship at DLR in Cologne (Germany).
    - Flexible and ready to learn new procedures and new software in order to face new challenges with problem solving skills.
    - Willing to travel for experiences in new working environments.


    WORK EXPERIENCE
    02/16 - 04/16
    Atitech S.p.A. - Naples (Italy)
    Research and Development Department
    Traineeship in the framework of the “Youth Guarantee Project”


    - Assisting in the development and preparation of continuing funding opportunities.
    - Writing research reports and presenting findings to senior managers.
    - Contributing to team decisions about research directions.


    02/15 - 09/15
    DLR German Aerospace Center – Cologne (Germany)
    Supersonic and Hypersonic Technology Department – Institute of Aerodynamics and Flow Technology
    Traineeship in the framework of the Erasmus program


    Analysis of the infrared set-up used in the experiments:
    - Determination of the field of view of two infrared cameras.
    - Determination of the image distortion of both infrared cameras.
    - Update of the post processing of the infrared data.
    - Estimation of the uncertainties related to the experimental work.

    CFD simulations (RANS) of the experiments to support the analysis and the interpretation of the experimental data:
    - 2D-Simulations of the test configuration at 0° angle of attack to test different simulation parameters.
    - 3D-Simulations of the configurations at 0° and 6° angle of attack.
    - Comparison of the numerical results and the experimental data in order to identify laminar and turbulent region on a 7° half angle cone in hypersonic flow.

    German language course: course devoted to foreign employees.


    EDUCATION
    12/2012 - 11/12/2015
    University of Naples “Federico II”
    Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering

    > Main exams achieved: Avionics, Space Systems, Fluid Dynamic stability, Complements of gas dynamics, Applied Mechanics, Advanced aerospace structures, Economics and business organization, Flight dynamics and simulation, Aerodynamics for aircraft.


    > Main studies performed:
    - Analysis of the incompressible and compressible flow solutions around two different airfoils: SELIG S3010-103-84 and NACA 631-412.
    - Aerodynamic study of the aircraft Cub Crafters PA-18-180 TOP CUB
    - Flight dynamic simulation of an aircraft thanks to the implementation of the equations of the motion in Matlab.
    - Preliminary study for a spacecraft:
    estimates of mass and electrical power,
    thermal design and control.


    > Thesis
    Subject: Aerodynamics
    Title: "Simulation and analysis of HIFiRE 1 experiments at high angle of attack".
    > Final mark: 110/110 cum laude.

     

    09/2009 - 12/12/2012
    University of Naples “Federico II”
    Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering

    > Main exams achieved: Aerodynamics, Flight Mechanics, Aerospace Systems, Aerospace propulsion, Gas Dynamics, Fluid Dynamics,
    Computer Aided Design, Reliability and Quality, Numerical methods, Aerospace structures, Aerospace materials and technologies.


    > Thesis
    Subject: Fluid Dynamics
    Title: "Evaluation of concentrated and distributed head losses in pipes".
    > Final mark: 110/110


    09/2004 - 07/07/2009
    Liceo Pluricomprensivo “Renato Cartesio” - Giugliano in Campania (Naples-Italy)
    Diploma - High school focusing on humanities

    > Final mark: 86/100


    CONFERENCES ATTENDED
    June 2015
    Cologne (Germany)

    IPPW 2015 - 12th International Planetary Probe Workshop
    > Short Course - Radio Flyers: Principles of Communications, Radio Science, Radar, Navigation and Tracking.
    > Main sponsoring organizations: DLR, ESA, AIRBUS – Defence & Space, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA, Thales Alenia Space.


    PERSONAL SKILLS


    LANGUAGES
    > Mother language: Italian
    > Other languages: English (B2), German (A1).


    SOFTWARE
    > MATLAB
    > TAU – DLR flow solver

    > CENTAUR
    > Microsoft Office (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point)
    > CATIA v5
    > Tecplot 360
    > XFoil
    > Digital DATCOM+


    PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
    > C/C++.


    CERTIFICATIONS
    06/12/14 – Naples (Italy)
    Preliminary English Test (PET) - Cambridge English Language Assessment
    Final mark: 86/100


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