I accomplished my bachelor program in Aerospace Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin in Italy and I am close to graduate at the Royal Institute of Technology of Stockholm in Sweden. I have selected a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering with a specialization Space track. I finished the first year at my home university, and I decided to participate to the Erasmus project and I spent six months at the Technische Universiteit Delft in the Netherlands, following my last courses. During my Bachelor I decided to join the est@r team and perform my thesis analyzing and testing the solar panels of a 1U Cubesat. I decided to apply at the Royal Institute of Technology of Stockholm and in parallel, I had started working as metrologist, Zeiss programmer and quality control, in order to be able to support economically my studies. In my first year of master I took part in the MIST project, a 3U Cubesat, taking care of the attitude assessment and design of devoted control subsystem. Currently, I have been selected as trainee at ESOC to perform an internship at the Space Debris Office and write my master thesis.
I'm looking for a position Mission Analyst in the topic of Interplanetary Trajectories. This interest has grown thanks to a topic-free oral dissertation related to the course of Fundamental of Space Flight. I decided to present the advantage of Gravity Assist maneuver and I can say it was love at first sight. After that, I had the possibility to go deeper in this study through Re-Entry Systems, with the basic theory of aero-gravity assists, Planetary Science, being surprised by the planetary interior information you can actually derive from measurement of the real path of the spacecraft anf how moon systems resonance can be exploited for interplanetary orbit injection, conferences, such as 6th ICATT, and self-study. I believe that a direct application and a more practical use of my knowledge could be essential for a richer learning and a deeper understanding of this amazing topic.
Looking at my personality I can say that I am precise and careful in my work: I always give myself all and persist to achieve my goals. I consider my self well organized and able to understand what is trivial and what it is important and giving the right priorities. I will do my best to improve myself as person and researcher. I believe that this position would bea really helpful opportunity for me to work in a project where I can test and verify my theoretical background, and at the same time, learn and practice in a research environment.
Master in Aerospace Engineering, Specialization Space
09/2014–Present: Kunliga Tekniska Högskolan , Stockholm (Sweden)
Main courses: Fundamental of Space Flight; Jet Propulsion; Human Space Flight; Rocket Propulsion; Spacecraft Dynamics; GNSS.
09/2015–01/2016: Technische Universiteit Delft , Delft (The Netherlands)
Main courses: Re-Entry Systems; Hypersonic Aerodynamics; Satellite Thermal Control; Space Mechatronics; Planetary Science; Space System Engineering.
Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace Engineering
09-2010/10-2013: Polytechnical University of Turin (Italy) grade 108/110
Bachelor's thesis by the e-st@r CubeSat Team Polito: "Electrical Power Sub-System of an university nano-satellite:sperimental verications of solar panels"'.
High school Diploma
09-2005/07-2010: IIS "A.Einstein", Turin (Italy) grade 93/110
03-2016/09-2015: traineeship at ESA/ESOC Space Debris Office, Darmdstadt, Germany.
01-2015/08-2015: MIST ADCS Preliminary sub-system Design at Kunliga Tekniska Högskolan, Stockholm (Sweden). Main activities and responsibilities: attitude perturbations determination; controllability analysis of the three attitude alternatives “Arrow", “Rolling Pin" and “Tower"; sensors selection; attitude actuators supplier choice; simulation environment denition; tools alternatives and selection; results presentation by reports.
11-2013/07-2014: Metrologist, Quality control Famar S.r.l , Avigliana, Turin (Italy) Main activities and responsibilities: testing and trials of the end products for customers' acceptance; testing and trials for the acceptance of suppliers' products; use and programming of Zeiss' Machine Accura; use and knowledge of measuring instruments (such as prolometer, roughness meter and mechanic measuring devices ); calibration.
Space debris office, ESA/ESOC (Darmstadt, Germany)
Royal institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden)
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