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     Date Submitted:10-05-2016
     Last Modified:10-05-2016 (02:47)
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     Current job:Space engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
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    IN SYNTHESIS

     

    I’m an Aerospace Engineer specialised in Space Structures (Metallic and CFRP) in the Launch Vehicle domain (mainly VEGA and Ariane 5).

    System Engineering and Technical Project Management is the main domain of activity where I worked since 2007, which has led to the conclusion of the development and qualification phase of the involved Launch Vehicle Structures, in a successful path which has been recently  confirmed by the first two VEGA maiden flights. These products were, in 2007, at different level of maturity concerning their design and qualification process; for instance the PLA937 development was in a PDR phase, while the VESPA (Payload Adapter for Multiple Launch that has flown in Vega VV02) was not yet started; The IS01 was starting the Qualification review and PLF were practically qualified while the IS12 and IS23 were starting the CDR phase.

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

     

    September 2012-Present                                elv s.p.a. (www.elv.it)                   Colleferro

    §  Technical Responsible of the Vega LV 4th and 5th Stage Assembly, functionally coordinating a technical team which perform the follow on of the relevant subsystem composing the Assemblies (PLAs, PLF, LPS, RACS, A4 Structures, A4 and A5 Harness, Separation Systems, Avionics Equipments)

    §  Vega LV 4th Stage and PAC definition, architecture and layout Responsible)

    §  Vega LV 4th Stage and PAC verification and integration engineer Responsible

    §  Mechanical/electrical VEGA Assembly interfaces verification.

    §  LV flight stages HW configuration verification.

    §  Mechanical SMO (Spécification de Mise en Ouvre) responsible

    §  PAC (Payload Adapter Composite) SMO responsible

    §  Product Engineering: assembly configuration control and evolution management, production and definition IRR, S/S acceptance and integration, product management and delivery to customer.

    §  VESPA (VEGA Multipayload Adapter) Qualification Responsible

     

    VEGA VV01 & VV02 Campaign (2012/13)   elv s.p.a. (www.elv.it)                CSG - Kourou

    §  LV Technical Authority

    §  Mechanical Design Authority

    §  PAC (PH) and A4 Design Authority

     

    2007-2012                          elv s.p.a. (www.elv.it)                           Colleferro

    §  System Engineer belonging to the Mechanical Systems Design Department. Functional responsible of the Structural team, which is involved in the mechanical design and structural analysis of the Launch Vehicle and structural S/S, definition of system (general) and sub-system specification, LV structural justification (also including the review and synthesis of the subcontractor analysis) and technical management of Suppliers of Structural Products. 

    §  The team was responsible of the development / qualification and procurement of the following VEGA launch vehicle equipped structures: IS01, IS12, IS23, IS3/AVUM , Payloads Adapters, Payload Fairings, Equipments (Raceways, Base Covers, ETP) and Pyrotechnics.

    §  Involved in all the configuration / quality / justification tasks related to the previous activities.

     

     

    2003-2007                  Avio s.p.a. (www.aviogroup.com)                      Colleferro

    §  Design Engineer belonging to the Mechanical Design Department of the Space Solid Propulsion Department.

    §  Technical Responsible for the design and qualification of the VEGA launch vehicle mechanical equipments in space program. I personally performed the Structural Analysis and justification.

    §  Technical responsible of the ASTER30 TVC, a complex 2-nozzles hydraulic thrust vector system which controls the first stage flight of a Hypersonic Missile for land defence from air raid and missile attacks.

    §  More in general Involved in the technical management of the design, development and qualification of space and defence components. Also involved in the technical management of qualified products (evolution of configuration and delta- qualification, management of obsolescence and of maintenance plans) and occasionally in the follow-on of manufacturing of these components.

     

    2001 - 2003                  IMT s.r.l. (www.imtsrl.it)                       Rome

    §  Responsible for the architectural and technological definition of the company's nanosatellite and microsatellite ACS (Attitude and Control Subsystem) from conceptual design throughout their specifications and development.

    June-September 2000        “Università degli studi LA SAPIENZA”                                 Rome

    §  Research collaboration with the Aerospace department, related to the structural design of an active antenna reflector.

    EDUCATION

     

    February 2011-Present      “Institut Français – Centre Saint-Louis”                   Rome

    n  French Course: B2.1 à B2.3

    5 June 2000                          “Università degli studi LA SAPIENZA”                    Rome

    n  Graduated with honour in Space Engineering

    n  Master Degree Thesis:                “Laminated Active shells for Aerospace applications”.

    n  Mark:                       110/110 e lode.

    1994-1999          Engineering faculty, “Università degli studi LA SAPIENZA”                     Rome

    n  Course:                   Master Degree in Space Engineering  -  Structural Specialization.

    n  Exams taken: 29    Average mark: 29.4/30

    1989-1994                         Scientific High School “PLINIO SENIORE”                      Rome

    n  23 July 1994:         “Diploma” (High School Leaving Certificate)

    n  Mark:                       60/60

    STAGES

     

    2003 – Present                    Avio / ELV                          Colleferro / Torino

    §  Internal Stages concerning Communication / Team Building / Team Working / Leadership / Time management.

    November/December 2004                 SAE-Supaero                     Paris

    §  Stage ARC001 “Conception des asservissements. Etude des bases – Méthodes classiques”.

    October 2003/January 2004                     Avio                                      Colleferro

    §  Six Sigma methodology Green Belt Course. Two projects closed with demonstrated financial results.

    February-April 2000               CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers)                       Paris

    §   Stage under the supervision of Prof. Roger Ohayon related to the development of new FEM for the analysis of active smart structures for space applications.

    FOREIGN LANGUAGES

     

    Fluent English.

    French , DELF B2 level

    SOFTWARE & COMPUTING

     

    F.E.M., MB, Failure analysis:

    §  MSC/NASTRAN2005, PATRAN 2003 r2 and FEMAP 8.1; Working Model 3d; ESACRACK4.1.0.

    CAD:

    §  CATIA V5, AutoCAD2000, Autocad2007.

    Programming languages:

    §  Fortran, Pascal, Matlab, Simulink.

    Application Software Packages:

    §  Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Project), MATHEMATICA, MAPLE, SIMULINK,  MATLAB

     

    PUBLICATIONS

    “Effective shear deformable shell elements for adaptive laminated structures”, Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, VOL 12, NO.6/June 2001.

    §MITC  finite elements for adaptive laminated composite shells”,Proceedings of the First M.I.T. Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, U.S.A., June 12-14, 2001.

     

    HONOURS AND AWARDS

    The “Young Researcher Fellowship Award for exemplary research in computational mechanics” was conferred on me at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, during the first M.I.T. Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics (June 12, 2001).

     

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

    Member of the Italian engineers’ professional order “Ordine degli ingegneri della provincia di Roma” since January 2002.

     


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