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     Date Submitted:12-01-2017
     Last Modified:16-01-2017 (05:58)
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     Current job:Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsrocket propulsion, technology transfer, technology scouting, project management
    CV

    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Dual Citizenship: Italian / British

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    September 2005 – on-going

    PROJECT MANAGER - D’APPOLONIA S.P.A. (RINA S.p.A . Group) – Viale Cesare Pavese, 305 – 00144 - Rome – Italy – www.dappolonia.it

    2015 – on-going: Project Manager of Research & Development projects in the Aerospace & Defence sector

     European Space Agency  (ESA) Technology Transfer Programme: broker activity to identify space technologies and apply them to earth industrial sectors and viceversa

    Coordination and management of European Commission research projects (FP6-FP7 and H2020) as well as Regional/National funded projects

    Proposal Manager for the preparation of technical proposals for International or National industrial clients

    Technical/strategic industrial consultancy:

     

    2015 – on-going: coordination and management of the EASME funded study for the identification of innovative dual-use (military and civilian) Key Enabling Technologies related to Innovation topics  (EASME contract n° EASME/COSME/2014/019)

    2014-2015 Ro-cKET (Roadmap for cross cutting Key Enabling Technologies) – (http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/sectors/ict/key_technologies/ro-ckets/index_en.htm )  support the coordination and implementation of tasks related to dual-use and transport areas 

    2010 - NANOSPACE (ASI contract n° I/006/10/0): coordination and management of the ASI funded study for the identification of nanotechnologies to be applied to space transportation systems

    2011 – 2012 Automotive4Space – ESA funded study (ESTEC  contract 22208/08/NL/LvH) on “European Technology R&D networks for Spin-in”: management of the project which aimed at identifying automotive technologies to be brought into space applications

    2013 – 2015 – ELT S.p.A. Technological and Strategic Plan: strategic consultancy for Elettronica S.p.A. for the definition of their Technological/Strategic Plan for the definition of the 2020 development plan. This consultancy also included the technical specification of the technology portfolio and its relevant software development.

     

    Business or sector Engineering Consultancy

    From 2009 – on-going

    INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT – REA – Research Executive Agency –  Place Charles Rogier 16, 1210 Brussels, Belgium

    Collaboration with REA for the evaluation of research projects in the Seventh Framework Programme FP7 -   http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/funding/reference_docs.html#fp7 ) and in  Horizon 2020 (http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/funding/reference_docs.html#h2020-expertslists-excellent-erc) – Space Programmes

    Experienced also in acting as a reviewer for EC funded projects – Space Programme

     

    Business or sector European Commission Agency

    January 2002 – August 2005

    PROJECT ENGINEER - AVIO S.P.A. (formerly FIATAVIO) – Via Ariana, km 5,2 – 00034 – Colleferro (RM) – Italy – www.avio.com

    For the Solid Rocket Propulsion Design Division: 

    propellant design and performance prediction of the three Vega solid rocket motors (P80 FW, Zefiro 23 and Zefiro 9)

    Inert propellant design and testing definition and follow-up

    Mass budget evaluation and report preparation for all three Vega solid rocket motors

    Prediction and analyses of Ariane 5 boosters ignition transient performances

    Propulsion 2000 Programme  (https://gsp.esa.int/documents/10192/43064675/C14024ExS.pdf/c9c1c192-22c1-41fd-b74e-fbc6b4e0fe9d)  for the roadmap of future solid rocket propulsion evolution

    Preparation of the relevant technical documentation (technical specifications and acceptance documents, testing specifications, qualification and development specifications, etc.)

     

    Business or sector Manufacturing Company

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    November 2012 – on-going

    PhD in “Aeronautic and Space Technologies”

     

     

    University “La Sapienza” – Via Eudossiana 18, 00184 Rome - Italy

    Within the FP7 funded European Project Aphorism, I developed the data fusion module between satellite data and ground information to improve the evaluation of post-earthquake building damage “Earthquake damage analysis and mapping with the use of remote sensing

    Supervisor: Prof. N. Pierdicca

    September 1993 – July 2001

    Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering

     

     

    University “La Sapienza” – Via Eudossiana 18, 00184 Rome - Italy

    Numerical thesis on the propagation of fluxes in solid rocket motors. Experimental data on Ariane 5, Zefiro 23, Zefiro 9 and P80FW were provided by FiatAvio in Colleferro.

    Supervisor: Prof. M. Di Giacinto; Co-supervisor: Prof. B. Favini (DMA – Department of Mechanics and Aeronautics)

    September 1988 – July 1993

    Scientific High School Maturity

     

     

    Scientific High School “Augusto Righi” - Rome - Italy

    Final score 56/60

     

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    English, French (basic)

    Communication skills

    Having been brought up in an International environment and together with my work experience in the coordination of large multinational and multidisciplinary projects, I am completely at ease working in multicultural environments and in coordinating the activities of researchers and industrial providers, from different companies and different countries

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Having coordinated different European and national projects, I have acquired significant experience in managing both co-funded research and industrial projects, involving International partners from institutions, organizations, SMEs and large enterprises

    Job-related skills

    Certified Project Manager PRINCE2: Used to managing European and International Projects

    Good knowledge in identifying and preparing International tenders  

    Excellent experience in writing proposals / tenders at both National and International level for research and exploitation of new products/services

     

    Digital competence

    SELF-ASSESSMENT

    Information processing

    Communication

    Content creation

    Safety

    Problem solving

     

    Proficient user

    Proficient user

    Proficient user

    Independent user 

    Independent user

     

     

     

    SOFTWARE:

    Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, WinProject), Thomson Innovation

    Good knowledge of Matlab, Tecplot, Gnuplot, Minitab

    PROGRAMMING:

    Excellent knowledge of Fortran

    Basic knowledge of Visual Basic

    OPERATIVE SYSTEMSI:

    Excellent knowledge of Windows, Unix, Linux, Ms-Dos.

    Other skills

    Practicing Kick-boxing. Green belt acquired in 2016

    I play the piano and the guitar. “Solfeggio and Musical Theory” licence from S. Cecilia in Rome in 1992

    Driving licence

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    Certifications

     

    R. Anniballe, N. Pierdicca, F. Noto, T. Scalia, C. Bignami, S. Stramondo, A. Martinelli, A. Mannella , M. Chini “Single Building Earthquake Damage Assessment From VHR Imagery: an Extensive Test on L’Aquila Case Macroseismic Database” – IGARSS 2016

    R. Anniballe, C. Bignami, M. Chini, A. Manella, A. Martinelli, F. Noto, N. Pierdicca, T. Scalia, S. Stramondo - A data integration approach for earthquake damage assessment using VHR SAR and optical imagery -  Living Planet Symposium 2016

    Anniballe R, Chini M., Pierdicca N., Bignami C., Stramondo S., Noto F., Scalia T., Martinelli A., Mannella A., - “An object oriented approach to detect earthquake damage in urban areas: application to Cosmo SkyMed imagery of L’Aquila earthquake” – SPIE 2015

    R. Anniballe, M. Chini, N. Pierdicca, C. Bignami, S. Stramondo, F. Noto, T. Scalia, A. Martinelli, A. Mannella  - Detecting earthquake damage in urban area: application to COSMOSkyMed imagery of L’Aquila earthquake  - SPIE 9642 -  October 2015

    R. Anniballe, F. Noto, M. Chini, C. Bignami, S. Stramondo, T. Scalia, A. Martinelli, A. Mannella, N. Pierdicca  -  An object oriented approach to detect earthquake damage in urban area from VHR optical imagery – MUAS 2015

    Ianelli, S.; Scalia, T. – ‘Nanotechnologies for Space Transportation Systems: Potential and Prospects’ – ESA roundtable on Micro-Nano Technology – September 2010

    Jones I., Landò R., Carosio S., Scalia T., Baglini R. -  ‘Transforming clothing production into a demand-driven, knowledge-based, high-tech industry – Fabric joining equipment preliminary design and process development’ – Springer Book 2009

                   De Amicis R., Scalia T., Accettura A.G. - Advanced solid rocket motors and Green Propellants in “Advanced Propulsion Systems and Technologies Today to 2020” - http://esamultimedia.esa.int/docs/gsp/completed/comp_i_02_N54.pdf    – AIAA, 2007.

     

     

    I have been enrolled in the Rome Register of Engineers since 2002 - SEZ. A - N° 23803

     

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    I give authorization to the use of my personal data following the Law 30 June 2003, n. 196  "Personal Data Protection Law”

     

     

    Course on Technology Scouting & Intelligence and patents’ analysis – D’Appolonia – November 2016

    PRINCE2 Foundation Course on Project Management – November 2016

    Course on IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) and methods of industrial exploitation – D’Appolonia – June 2015

    Strategic Roadmapping – University of Cambridge – Institute for Manufacturing - October 2011

    Marketing and Business Management – Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Roma – June 2011

    Technology Transfer between Research and Industry - RIDITT - October 2008

    Six Sigma Methodology - ISVOR FIAT - November 2003

    Project Management and Quality Systems  – ISVOR KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM – 2003 , 2004

     

     

    Six Sigma Certification - Green Belt (2004)

    PRINCE2 Foundation Project Management – (November 2016)

     

     

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