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     Date Submitted:14-10-2016
     Last Modified:09-11-2016 (03:15)
    Job information
     Current job:Spacecraft Controller and Space Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems
     KeywordsProactive, Fast Learning, Curious, Flexible, Good Team Player
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    Spacecraft Controller - Space Engineer

     

    Personal Information

     

    Date of Birth: 20 February 1987

     

    Nationality: Italian

     

    Gender: Female

     

     

    Professional Experience

     

    Sep. 2016 – present

    LSE Space for ESOC/CNES (Darmstadt – DE / Toulouse - FR)

     

    Spacecraft Controller for Galileo L8 LEOP

     

    Participation to the simulation campaign in CNES and to internal training sessions in ESOC for the first 4-spacecraft launch of GALILEO constellation (L8 – Nov. 2016);

    LEOP on-console operations including real-time spacecraft commanding and monitoring of satellites TM;

    Management of intense Voice Traffic on multiple spacecraft;

    Offline activities such as: realization of SCOS MIMICs in EUD (EGOS User Desktop) and contribution to Flight Operation Procedure writing.

     

     

    Nov. 2015 – Aug. 2016

    LSE Space for DLR (Munich – DE)

     

    Spacecraft Controller in Multi Mission Flight Support Team

     

    On-console 24/7 routine operations for the LEO satellites: GRACE 1&2, TerraSAR-X, TanDEM-X, TET and Biros;

    Full participation in Biros LEOP including separation phase;

    Real-time spacecraft commanding and monitoring/analysis of satellite TM;

    Management of Voice Traffic with internal and external parties/agencies;

    Performing of spacecraft operations procedures: standard, test, contingency;

    Handling of the Mission Control System and operations support tools (SCOS, Satmon, CCSEDS);

    Understanding of the overall Ground Segment layout and its functionalities;

    Continuous logging and reporting;

    Training of new team members.

     

     

    Sep. 2014 - Oct. 2015

    Altran for Thales Alenia Space Italy (Turin – IT)

     

    GNC engineer

     

    PLATO (PLAnetary Transits and Oscillations of stars):

    Development and update of Phase B1 AOCS simulator. Algorithms implementation and analysis (pointing error and attitude stability, gyrostellar hybrid navigation, reaction wheel management, failure effects);

    Support to SRR, sub-phase reviews and Industry/ESA meetings.

    FLEX (FLorescence EXplorer):

    Implementation of imagery data process algorithms in the Optical System Simulator.

    LPSR (Lunar Polar Sample Return):

    Contribution to the winning project proposal;

    Participation in Phase 0 RdV GNC study.

    Future AOCS Enabling Technologies:

    Focal point at TASI-Turin level for the preparation of this technical proposal.

    Production of various technical documentation.

     

     

    Mar. 2012 - Sep. 2012

    European Space Agency – ESTEC  (Noordwijk - NL)

     

    GNC Engineering Intern

     

    Development and maintenance of a tool for feasibility assessment of the launch phase of space missions (ALMA - Automatic Knowledge-Based Generator of Launcher Performance Maps);

    Management and update of the tool's SQL database;

    Development of dynamics models of several launch vehicles. Trajectory optimisation of these for various target orbits; parametric estimation of unavailable launcher data;

    Writing of project related documentation according to the ESA standards

     

    Education

     

    2010 – 2014

    Politecnico di Milano  (Milan - IT)

     

    Master of Science in Space Engineering

     

    Main subjects: Orbital and Attitude Dynamics - Space System Design

     

    Thesis: “Drag augmentation sails for space vehicle de-orbit”

     

    Final Grade: 96/110

     

     

    2006 –2010

    Politecnico di Milano  (Milan - IT)

     

    Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering

     

    Main subjects: Aero and Fluid dynamics – Aerospace mechanics

     

    Thesis: “Agglomeration phenomena in solid propellants with modal oxidizer distribution for space exploration”

     

    Final Grade: 94/110

     

     

    2001 –2006

    Istituto di Istruzione Secondaria Superiore “Valle Seriana”  (Gazzaniga - IT)

     

    High school diploma: Technical expert in Electronics and Telecommunications

     

    Main subjects: Electronics and Telecommunications -Informatics

     

    Final Grade: 100/100

     

    Academic Projects

     

     Mar. 2011 – Sep. 2011

    Politecnico di Milano (Milan - IT)

     

    Arcadia, a mission concept of 2011 Space Systems Design course project

     

    Team Leader and Electrical Power System Analyst

    Phase A study of a multi-objective space mission to Saturn;

    Feasibility survey of multiple probes in situ analysis, landing and sample-return;

    Design of the power generation, control and distribution system;

    Coordination and supervision of the team activities.

     

     

    2010-2011

    Politecnico di Milano/ESA/Surrey Satellite Technology (Milan - IT)

     

    European Student Moon Orbiter (ESMO), Propulsion subsystem

     

    Team Coordinator

    Administration and supervision of the team activities during phase B2 and PDR process;

    Technical documentation of the activities according to the ESA standards;

    Subsystems’ compatibility checks.

     

    Languages

     

     

    Italian:

    Mother tongue

    English:

    Proficient

    German:

    Basic

    Portuguese:

    Basic

     

    Computer Skills

     

    Operating Systems:

    Windows

     

    Linux

     

     

     

     

     

    Software/Tool:

    SCOS

     

    Satmon

     

    CCSEDS

     

     

    Matlab

     

    Simulink

     

    MS Office

     

     

    Femap

     

    Nastran

     

    Astos

     

     

    STK

     

    Solid Edge

     

    Catia

     

     

    Programming:

    C

     

    Latex

     

    EUD

     

     

    Assembly

     

    LabVIEW

     

    SQL

     

     

    Personal Skills & Interests

     

    Skills:

    My wide background in many different areas and projects proves curiosity and fast-learning skills;

    Autonomy and team player abilities were extensively demonstrated during my professional  experiences;

    Successfully completion of participated projects in an organized and efficient manner.

     

    Sports:

    Volleyball, running, hiking, kitesurfing.

     

    Hobbies:

    Astronomy, Travelling.

     


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