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     Date Submitted:05-04-2016
     Last Modified:06-04-2016 (01:27)
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     Current job:Space Engineering MS Graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Keywordsspace system , aerospace engineer, DLR intern, problem- solving


    Sex Female   | Date of birth   18/10/1990   |  Nationality   Italian



    Aerospace Engineer







    June 2015 – December 2015

    Engineering Intern


    Master Thesis



    DLR Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt, Bremen, Germany.



    Simulation and systematic assessment of realistic flight trajectories and preliminary re-entry guidance for the hypersonic passenger transport concept SpaceLiner.





    March  2013 – February 2016

    Master of Science in Space Engineering

    EQF 7


    University of Pisa, Italy.

    Final Grade: 110/110 with honours



    Subjects:                                                                          Detailed list of exams:

    ▪  Aerospace control system.

    ▪  Spaceflight Mechanics.

    ▪  Satellite instrumentation.

    ▪  Thermal-Fluid sciences.

    ▪  Space systems.

    ▪  Rocket Chemical and Electric Propulsion.

    ▪  Spacecraft structures and Mechanisms.



    September  2009  - March  2013



    Bachelor’s Degree in  Aerospace Engineering

    EQF 6

    University of Pisa, Italy.

    Final Grade: 101/110


    ▪  Chemistry and Materials properties.

    ▪  Industrial Technical Drawing and Aircraft manufacturing technologies.

    ▪  Electronics, Physics and Theory of Signals.

    ▪  Thermodynamics and Fluid dynamics.

    ▪  Aircraft Systems and propulsion.

    ▪  Structural Mechanics.

    ▪  Aerospace structures design. (ANSYS analysis)



    2004 - 2009

    High School diploma




    Liceo scientifico F. Enriques, Livorno, Italy.

    Final Grade: 100/100








    July 2015

    Flight trajectories under realistic constraints and guidance considerations


    6th SpaceLiner Design Workshop



    DLR Institute of Space System - Bremen, Germany.


    Presentation on potential routes of SpaceLiner 50 Passenger version for reference mission from Australia to Europe.

    September 2014 - January 2015


    Venus Lander design


    University of Pisa, Italy


    Basic studies on structural, thermal and impact loads performed with the use of ANSYS workbench on a future Venus Lander Prototype modelled in CATIA V5.

    February 2014 - June 2014

    Venus Sample Return mission


    University of Pisa, Italy


    Pre Phase A feasibility study on potential Venus Sample Return mission, with focus in the Venus Ascent Rocket.





    December 2015

    Investigation of feasible flight trajectories and re-entry atmospheric guidance for SpaceLiner 7-3.


    SART T- 014/2015



    DLR Institute of Space System - Bremen, Germany.


    Investigation on feasible routes for SpaceLiner 50 Passenger and preliminary development of hypersonic entry guidance for the descent phase performed by coasting flight.





    Mother tongue(s)


    Other language(s)



    Communication skills

    ▪  Team work attitude acquired by participating in many projects during university studies.

    ▪  Experienced at giving presentations to audiences.

    ▪  Cared for two children three evenings a week during university years.


    Organisational / managerial skills

    ▪  Sense of organization

    ▪  Determination and  self-motivated

    Job-related skills

    ▪  Good experience in project and team management


    Computer skills

    ▪  Basic Knowledge: html, Matlab, LATEX

    ▪  Intermediate Knowledge: ANSYS inc, CATIA V5, Microsoft Office suite, Scilab.


    Interests and activities

    ▪  Photography

    ▪  Love to travel and experience different cultures.

    ▪  Pet therapy in schools with children with some disabilities.


    Driving licence

    ▪  B




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