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     Date Submitted:24-02-2016
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     Current job:Test Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsAIT, payload, AOCS, satellite, antenna
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    Nationality:    Italian
    Date of birth:    30/05/1980
    Gender:    male
        
    Desired employment / Occupational field:    Aerospace
        
    Work experience:
        
    Dates:    April 2015 - ongoing
    Occupation or position held:    AIT test engineer – Galileo FOC
    Main activities and responsibilities:    AOCS and electrical testing.
    Name and address of employer:    Altran GmbH & Co. KG, Airbus-Allee 3, 28199 Bremen, Germany
     
    Dates:    January - March 2015
    Occupation or position held:    System engineer - SysNova project
    Main activities and responsibilities:    Preliminary study for ground stations design.
    Name and address of employer:    NEXT Spa, via A. Noale 345B, 00155 Rome, Italy.
     
    Dates:    June – December 2014  
    Occupation or position held:    Work Group member – Proposal to EU Horizon 2020: SME Instrument, Phase 1, 2014
    Main activities and responsibilities:    Concept and preliminary economic assessment. Preliminary technical feasibility with SAR/optical data. Survey and choice of SAR/optical available satellites. Contributions to the writing and review of the proposal.
    Name and address of employer: proposal team member, freelance professional.
     
    Dates:    2011 – November 2014
    Occupation or position held:    RF Engineer – O3B project  
    Main activities and responsibilities:    Non-recurring Phase in Toulouse: tests validation at payload level, test plan preparation for production recurring phase, EGSE validation, calibration and preparation, writing of test procedures.
    Recurring Phase in Rome: RF Payload tests team leader at satellite level, TT&C tests, clean room activity organization management.  
    O3B launch campaign, Centre Spatial Guyanais, Kourou, French Guyana (April-May 2013, May-June 2014): launch EGSE validation and calibration, final check launch tests and aliveness tests, test results validation and test reports preparation.
    Name and address of employer: ThalesAleniaSpace, via Tiburtina 1210, 00131, Rome, Italy,  like subcontractor with NEXT Spa, via A. Noale 345B, 00155 Rome, Italy.
        
    Dates:    2009 – 2011
    Occupation or position held:    RF Engineer – Globalstar2 project
    Main activities and responsibilities:    Recurring Phase in Rome: RF Payload tests at Satellite level, TT&C tests, EGSE preparation, experience of Thermal Vacuum test, experience of Thermal Cycling test, writing of test procedures.  
    Globalstar2 launch campaign, Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan (August-September 2011): launch EGSE validation, Payload and TTC final check launch tests, test reports.
    Name and address of employer:    Thales Alenia Space, via Tiburtina 1210, 00131, Rome, Italy, like subcontractor with NEXT Spa, via A. Noale 345B, 00155 Rome, Italy.
        
    Dates:    March – October 2009
    Occupation or position held:    Software developer
    Main activities/responsibilities:    Web application development, activity on encoded military messages tool. Technologies and tools: C#, C++
    Name and address of employer:    NEXT Spa, via A. Noale 345B, 00155 Rome, Italy.
        
    Education and training    
     
    Dates:    January – February 2009  
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered:    Platform and Payload subsystem; avionics; propulsion subsystem; power subsystem; telecommand and telemetry subsystem; Mechanical and Electrical Ground Support Equipment (MGSE-EGSE).
    Name and type of organisation     Satellite systems training course – Globalstar 2 project – Thales Alenia Space.
        
        
    Dates:    2004 – 2008  
    Title of qualification awarded:    Master degree in Telecommunications Engineering-Curriculum counselling in remote sensing. Grade 110/110
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Signal transmission, space radar systems, SAR interferometry, SAR data processing, radio-localization and satellite navigation, radar for flight navigation.
    Laboratory thesis Degree in space radar systems achieved at Sharad operational center – Thales Alenia Space: “Dual frequency processing algorithms for SHARAD data”.
    Name and type of organisation:     University of Rome “Sapienza”.
     
    Dates:    1999 – 2004  
    Title of qualification awarded:    Bachelor degree in Telecommunications Engineering.
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered    Electromagnetic fields, signal transmission, remote sensing systems, radar for flight navigation, internet networks, electronic.
    Laboratory thesis degree in electromagnetic fields achieved at Enea, in collaboration with Health Superior Institute: “Capture and processing of mobile phones power data and their environmental influence”.
    Name and type of organisation:  University of Rome “Sapienza”
     
    Dates:    1994 -1999  
    Title of qualification awarded:    Senior high school leaving qualifications (classical studies).
    Principal subjects covered:    Ancient Greek and Latin, History and Philosophy, classical and Italian literature, art.
    Name and type of organisation: Senior high school specializing in classical studies “Pilo Albertelli”, Rome.
     

    Languages (European level)     
    English        B1   
    French        A1   
        
    Technical skills and competences: Spectrum Analyzer, VNA, Power Meter, RF Signal Generator.
     
    Computer skills and competences:    Java (good), C++ (good), C# (basic), MATLAB (good), Html (basic), Windows (excellent), Linux (good), Apple (good), OFFICE suite (excellent).
     
    Other skills and competences: during my free time I like reading, writing poems and listening to music. I’ m also very interested in theatre,   cinema and sports.
     
    PUBLICATIONS: F. Furiani, C. Paoluzzi, and A. Paoluzzi, (2014) Algebraic Mining of Solid Models from   Images, In ESA-EUSC-JRC: Image Information Mining 2014 Conference. Bucharest, Romania, March 5-7, 2014.
     
    Driving License(s):    A, B (Clean driving license).
     
     


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