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Virgin Galactic achieved a long-awaited milestone Dec. 13 when its SpaceShipTwo suborbital vehicle performed its longest test flight to date, exceeding one altitude often used as the boundary of space.
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Nearly a year after the release of the latest decadal survey for the field, the head of NASA’s Earth science program says the agency is making good progress in implementing its recommendations.
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     Date Submitted:23-08-2016
     Last Modified:04-09-2016 (02:44)
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     Current job:Master SEEDS Internship
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     Keywordssystem engineering

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    Date of birth: 21/8/1990


    I’m seeking a challenging role, where my existing skills and qualifications will add value from the outset, whilst I continue to further develop my knowledge in this field. During my university career and the SEEDS master I got a strong analytical and numerical background. In addition, I have excellent communication skills, I always maintain a professional attitude when communicating with people, I have good team-leading skills, and I have the ability to work within a multicultural team.



    Working Experience


    26/07/2016–Present Master SEEDS internship at University of Leicester (UK)

    The third and last phase of the Master SEEDS internship focuses on the design of the interplanetary transfer vehicle between Earth and Mars. I'm designing both the communication and the data handling subsystems. Furthermore, I cover the role of Program Manager.


    30/05/2016–25/07/2016 Master SEEDS Internship at Isae- SupAero, Toulouse (France)

    The second phase of the Master SEEDS Internship dealt with the development of the surface

    infrastructures needed to support life on Mars. I was responsible to design the surface maintenance facility and to draft the maintenance plan.


    21/03/2016–25/05/2016 Master SEEDS Internship at Thales Alenia Space, Turin (Italy)

    The training period focused on the phase A of a project which topic was the establishment of an orbital infrastructure for crew and logistic transfers around Mars. I was responsible for the preliminary structural analysis and the design of the GNC subsystem of the cargo ascent & descent vehicle. Moreover, I covered the role of System Engineer.


    06/2015–10/2015 Trainee as Shop Engineer at GE Aviation Avio Aero, Brindisi (Italy)

    As Shop Engineer, I was responsible for the maintenance of LM2500 engines for major overhaul, hot section repair or mechanical investigation. I cooperated with customer fulfillment managers and gave technical support in the workshop.


    04/2015–06/2015 Trainee as Customer Fulfillment Manager at GE Aviation Avio Aero, Brindisi (Italy)

    As Customer Fulfillment Manager, I supervised all the activities to ensure to meet the expected

    delivery date of the engine and sent engine status reports bi-weekly to customers.


    Education and Training


    11/2015–14/09/2016 2nd level specializing Master in Space exploration and development systems (SEEDS) held by Politecnico di Torino, ISAE-SupAero (Toulouse), and University of Leicester.

    SEEDS is an international Master course focused on space systems engineering. Moreover, it

    promotes the acquisition of multicultural knowledge and skills through a team made of Italian, French, and British students. Amongst the main sponsors there are Thales Alenia Space, Airbus, ESA, and CNES.


    10/2012–07/04/2015 Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering

    University of Naples 'Federico II', Naples (Italy)

    110/110 cum laude, thesis - "An innovative method to optimize the pose acquisition of uncooperative targets"


    2009–10/2012 Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering

    University of Naples 'Federico II', Naples (Italy)

    108/110, thesis - "Self-calibration for tomographic PIV"


    Personal skills


    Mother tongue: Italian; other languages: English (B2 - GESE grade 8, GRE Revised General Test) and French (A2 – DELF)


    Good communication, organizational and cooperational skills gained through the trainee at GE Aviation Avio Aero and and the Master SEEDS internship


    Good team-leading skills due to the Shop Engineer position


    Ability to work in an international environment gained through the Master SEEDS internship


    Job-related skills: Knowledge of ECSS standards, FDIR technique, Mission analysis, and Human Factors


    Good command of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio) and of engineering softwares (Matlab, STK, Catia, Nastran, Patran, Femap, Ansys, Fluent, Digital Datcom+, Xfoil,C)


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