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     Date Submitted:24-02-2016
     Last Modified:03-03-2016 (03:28)
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     Current job:PhD. in aerospace engineering
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordssynthesis of carbon nanotubes (CNT), nanostructured coating of carbon-carbon composites, manufacturing of nanostructured thin films, reinforcement of polymeric composites, scanning electron microscopy characterization of nanomaterials. testing, character
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    Personal data

    Date of birth, place of birth:               30.11.1979, Maracaibo, Venezuela

    Nationality:                                         Venezuelan

    Marital status:                                     Married

     

    Education

     

    ·      From 11/2009        PhD. in aerospace engineering, University of Rome. Rome, Italy.

    to 02/2014              Main fields of expertise: testing, characterization and development of advanced and innovative aerospace structures and materials,scanning electron microscope analysis, development of technologies and processes for space technologies,reinforcement of polymeric composites.

     

    ·      From 11/2007        Master in composite materials and nanotechnologies for aerospace.

    to 11/2008              University of Rome. Rome, Italy.

    Main fields of expertise:  composite technology advanced composite materials (carbon/carbon), electromagnetic fields & composite materials interaction, synthesis and characterization of nanostructures for aerospace applications, chemical vapor deposition technique for nanotubes and coatings.

     

    ·      Da 10/2014            Master in international affairs.

    to 2015                   Institute of Diplomatic Studies “Pedro Gual”

    Caracas, Venezuela.

     

     

    ·      Da 06/2015            Course remote sensing and digital image processing satellite Miranda

    to date                    Comisión Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (CONATEL)

    Caracas, Venezuela.

     

     

    ·      From 1998             Degree in physics. University of Zulia. Maracaibo, Venezuela.       

    to 2007                   Main fields of expertise: study and characterization of metal-semiconductor structures, electron beam lithography, electron microscopy.  

     

    Laboratory experience

     

    ·      From 11/2014        Researcher. Astronautic Electric and Energetic Department (DIAEE)

    to    04/2015           University of Rome “La Sapienza”. Rome, Italy.

    Main responsibilities: Fractographic and microscopic analysis of composite laminates, scanning electron microscopy characterization of composite materials.

     

     

    ·      From 11/2009        Researcher. Scientific Aerospace Solutions Laboratory (SASLab).

    to 11/2014              University of Rome “La Sapienza”Rome, Italy.

    Main responsibilities: synthesis of carbon nanotubes (CNT), nanostructured coating of carbon-carbon composites, manufacturing of nanostructured thin films, reinforcement of polymeric composites, scanning electron microscopy characterization of nanomaterials.

     

     

    ·      From 09/2012        Trainee. Centro di Ricerca Progetto San Marco (CRPSAM).

    to 11/2012              Rome, Italy.

    Main responsibilities:evaluation of distinctive characteristics for detection of oil spills on water bodies with SAR images,Preprocessing and processing of SAR images(with, Envi, Sarscap).

     

    ·      From 05/2009        Researcher. Scientific Aerospace Solutions Laboratory (SASLab).

    to 10/2009              University of Rome “La Sapienza”Rome, Italy.

    Main responsibilities: study of carbon nanotubes growth process, nanostructured-material characterization, integration of nanostructures in polymers, micro/nanofabrications (MEMS/NEMS), scanning electron microscope analysis.

     

    ·      From 04/2008        Researcher. Scientific Aerospace Solutions Laboratory(SASLab).

    to 08/2008              University of Rome “La Sapienza”Rome, Italy.

    Main responsibilities: chemical vapor deposition technique for nanotubes and coatings, nanostructured coating of carbon-carbon composites and carbon fibers, Chemical Vapour Infiltration (CVI) processes, densification of carbon fibers preforms.

     

    ·      From 07/2006        Trainee. Venezuelan Institute for Scientific Research (IVIC).

    to 08/2006              Caracas, Venezuela.

    Main responsibilities: micro/nanolithography, micro/nanofabrication techniques, scanning electron microscope analysis.

     

    Languages

     

    ·      Spanish: native speaker.

    ·      Italian: fluent.

    ·      English: B1.

     

    Selected publications

     

    M. Albano, D. Micheli, G. Gradoni, RB Morles, M. Marchetti, F. Moglie, V. Mariani Primiani, Electromagnetic shielding of thermal protection system for hypersonic vehicles, Acta Astronautica, Volume 87, June–July 2013, Pages 30-39.  

     

    Davide Micheli, Carmelo Apollo, Roberto Pastore, Ramon Bueno Morles, Daniele Barbera, Mario Marchetti, Gabriele Gradoni, Member, IEEE Valter Mariani Primiani, Member, IEEE, and Franco Moglie, Member, IEEE Optimization of Multilayer Shields Made of Composite Nanostructured Materials, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, Date of Publication : 08 novembre 2011,  10.1109/TEMC.2011.2171688link

     

    Davide Micheli, Carmelo Apollo, Roberto Pastore, Ramon Bueno Morles, Gabriele Gradoni and Mario Marchetti, Chapter of Book: Advances in Nanocomposites - Synthesis, Characterization and Industrial Applications ", ISBN 978-953-307-165-7, Hard cover, 966 pages Title of chapter: Electromagnetic characterization of Composite Materials and Microwave Absorbing Modeling . INTECH Open Access Publisher,link

     

    Davide Micheli, Carmelo Apollo, Roberto Pastore,Ramon Bueno Morles, Susanna Laurenzi, Mario Marchetti, Nanostructured Composite Material for Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Applications, Acta Astronautica, Science Direct, Elsevier, available online 29 June 2011

     

    Davide Micheli, Roberto Pastore, Carmelo Apollo, R.Bueno Morles, Mario Marchetti, X-Band microwave characterization of carbon-based nanocomposite material, absorption capability comparison and RAS design simulation, Composites Science and Technology,DOI: 10.1016/j.compscitech.2009.11.015,, December 2009.

     

    Marchetti M., S.Laurenzi, F.Cioeta, R.Pastore, R.B.Morles, L.Trefiletti. (2008). Tecniche di funzionalizzazione di carbon nanotubes per la produzione di nanocompositi avanzati. RIVISTA ITALIANA DI COMPOSITI E NANOTECNOLOGIE. vol. 4 ISSN: 1826-4697.


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