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     Date Submitted:29-08-2016
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     Current job:System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsI have a Master’s degree qualification in Astronautical and Aeronautical Engineering. In MBDA I have always worked for different international projects, for which I have been asked both to perform technical work and to deliver the related documentatio
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    Nationality Italian
    Date of birth 31/01/1987
    Gender Female

    Work experience
    Dates April 2014 – Today
    Occupation or position held Missile System Analyst Engineer
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered - FEM model - LS-DYNA simulations - Analysis of High non-linear dynamical impact - Requirements definition - Technical documentation - Rhapsody Modelling
    Name and address of employer MBDA S.p.A, Via Monte Flavio 45, Roma (RM) – IT
    Type of business or sector Defence

    Dates June 2013 – December 2013
    Occupation or position held Research assistant at “Sapienza” University of Rome – Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering – Department of Astronautical Energy and Electrical Engineering (DIAEE)
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Development and testing of a high-performance orbital simulator for high-precision applications Development of a Matlab-Simulink interface for entering the necessary parameters to the simulator Study on orbital perturbations and their parameters of uncertainty
    Name and address of employer “Sapienza” University of Rome – Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering – Department of Astronautical Energy and Electrical Engineering (DIAEE) - Via Eudossiana 18 - 00184 Roma
    References Prof F. Curti – “Sapienza” University of Rome – Department of Astronautical Energy and Electrical Engineering (DAEE)
    Type of business or sector Research

    Dates October 2012 – April 2013
    Occupation or position held Internship in GNC unit of Space Transport System Engineering Department
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered - Launch vehicles mission analysis - Future programs mission analysis - Telemetry visibility coverage - Orbital phase analyses - STK virtual mission scenario modeling for both launch vehicles and payloads - ACS Liquid propulsion system preliminary sizing - Control robustness analyses - Control models design
    Name and address of employer ELV S.p.A, Corso Garibaldi 22, Colleferro (RM) – IT www.elv.it/en
    References S. Gallucci – email: stefano.gallucci(at)elv.it

    Dates May 2009 – December 2009
    Occupation or position held Laboratory assistant in SASLab laboratory using specific facilities for testing spatial materials to Outgassing, Atomic Oxygen and UV rays.
    Type of business or sector Research

    Dates 2008 - Present
    Occupation or position held Divemaster assistant
    Type of business or sector Sport

    Dates 2006 – 2010
    Occupation or position held Private lessons in math and physics for elementary and high school student
    Type of business or sector Education

    Education and training
    Dates November 2013 – May 2015
    Title of qualification awarded II Level Master in Space Science and Technology
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered - Celestial Mechanics - Space Flight Dynamics - Cosmology - Solar Physics - Management - Space Explorations - Earth Observation - Numerical Method - Data Analysis - Space Missions - Strumentations and Sensoristic
    Dissertation/thesis title: “Studio Di Un Sistema Di Recupero Di Satelliti Non-Cooperativi” (Analisys of a Non- cooperative Satellites Recovery System).
    Abstract: implementation of non-linear dynamic models with variable mass and inertia for the dragging phase of an active direct de-orbiting mission for debris removal. Supervisor: Prof F. Curti – Chair of Robotics Space System - School of Aerospace Engineering
    Dissertation/thesis title: “La Propulsione Ionica: Studio Preliminare Dei Sottosistemi Principali” (Ion Propulsion: Main Sub-System Preliminary Study). Abstract: preliminary study of the main sub-system of the ion thruster. Trade-off engine analysis and sizing of related solar array. Supervisor: Prof F. Curti – Chair of Robotics Space System - School of Aerospace Engineering
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training University of Rome "Tor Vergata" – department of Mathematics

    Dates February 2010 - March 2013
    Title of qualification awarded 2nd cycle degree – Master (Laurea Magistrale)
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Dissertation/thesis title: “Studio di un Sistema di Recupero di Satelliti Non-cooperativi” (“Analisys of a Non- cooperative Satellites Recovery System”).
    Abstract: preliminary design of a recovery system finding out the best network to taste the possibility of on-ground operator guidance for a remote probe for target’s capture and investigating the controllability of the preliminary thrusters’ configuration of the probe in different failure cases. Analysis of the dragging phase for direct de-orbiting through non-linear and linear dynamic models. Supervisor: Prof F. Curti – Chair of Robotics Space System - School of Aerospace Engineering
    Name and type of organisation providing education and training “Sapienza” University of Rome – Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering – School of Aerospace Engineering (Scuola di Ingegneria Aerospaziale)
    Level in national or international classification Master of Science in Astronautical Engineering (cum laude)

    Dates September 2005 - January 2010 Title of qualification awarded 1st level degree – Degree/Bachelor (Laurea di primo livello)
    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered
    Dissertation/thesis title: “Effetto dell’Outgassing e dell’Ossigeno Atomico su materiali e strutture spaziali in ambiente L.E.O.” (Outgassing and Atomic Oxygen effect on spatial materials and structures in L.E.O.).
    Abstract: analysis of the behavior of materials (Kapton and high-temperature black paint) subjected to the Outgassing phenomenon, to the action of Atomic Oxygen combined to UV rays in order to obtain information on the efficiency and the possibility of use of the materials as a function of exposure time and the extent of degradation. Name and type of organisation providing education and training “Sapienza” University of Rome – Faculty of Aeronautical Engineering Level in national or international classification Bachelor’s degree on Aerospace engineering (degree 99/110)

    Dates September 2000 – July 2005
    Title of qualification awarded Scientific certificate School-leaving examination mark: 96/100
    Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered Mathematics, Physic, Chemistry and Biology Name and type of organisation providing education and training Liceo Scientifico Morgagni – Via Fonteiana 125, 00152 Rome, Italy Level in national or international classification Italian secondary school diploma

    Personal skills and competences
    Mother tongue(s) Italian Other language(s) English 
    Social skills and competences Highly proved teamworking skills gained through my experience in MBDA (our team has been officially awarded several times for our innovative work) Very strong experence in cross-cultural environment gained both through weekly meetings, conferences and presentations of my work abroad(UK,France,Germany) and through a number of participations to international working groups in MBDA, which allow me to spend much time abroad with people coming from different cultures and having a different social and academic background. Proved confidence in handling tasks which include activities I have never been involved before gained through my experience in MBDA where I have been used to deal with tools and theoretical aspects which are new to me. Strong ability to work under pressure, even willing to work overtime to respect tight deadlines. Intense spirit of initiative gained also through the participation to “Legambiente” volunteers camps
    Organisational skills and competences Problem solving skills which helped me a lot getting through both time limits and lack of appropriate economic resources during my academic and working experiences. Proved proactivity to collaborate with the rest of the team and also to propose and share ideas and solutions with my team leader and the other team members. Ability to efficiently organize tasks and activities even though they are totally separate among each others. Ability to optimize resources gained also through the planning of events in theatre and entertainment fields. Ability to plan travels abroad and schedule meetings. Computer skills and competences SO Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel, Microsoft Office Power Point Matlab, Simulink, STK, Maple, AutoCAD, Fortran, LS-DYNA, ANSA (BETA CAE System), Meta (BETA CAE System), IBM Rhapsody e IBM Doors Other skills and competences International patent CMAS (Mundial Confederation of Diving Activities) Swiftness of learning, high precision and accuracy, good skill in draft report. Qualified to the Engineer Profession
    Hobbies and further interests Travelling, reading, music, cinema, sport (volleyball, swimming, skiing) Driving licence Annexes A1 and B List of exams in the Master of Science in Astronautical Engineering List of exams in the 1st level degree in Aeronautical Engineering I hereby authorize the processing of the personal data contained in this CV in compliance with the Italian Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003).


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