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     Date Submitted:18-04-2017
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     Current job:Aerospace engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsOperations, R&D, Testing, Quality, Technological processes, Materials and Processes, Optics, Sensors
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    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Business or sector

    Material and Processes for Optical Coatings for Space, Aeronautics and Defense

    2010 – Present

    Site Quality Manager, Materials and Processes, Test Engineer,

     

    LEONARDO - FINMECCANICA , Carsoli (AQ) site

     

    Technological process qualification, product acceptance and certification.

    Responsible for compliance of the Site Quality Management System to ISO 9001 and AS EN 9100Test engineering  (ECSS, ISO and MIL tailoring, test design, test execution, test reporting)

    Responsible for maintenance and calibration of instruments for optical measurements (spectrophotometers) and climatic chambers for test

    2006 – 2010

    R&D and Advanced Projects engineer

     

    SELEX GALILEO - FINMECCANICA , Carsoli (AQ) site

     

    Design, development and test of technological processes for new optical coatings in R&D and Advanced Projects

    2003 – 2006

    Production engineer

     

    GALILEO AVIONICA, Carsoli (AQ)

     

    From design to technological process set-up up to deposition system operator for the manufacturing of optical coatings.

    WORKED PROJECTS

    SPACE:

    European Space Agency  Esa: GAIA, ADM AEOLUS, EARTHCARE, SENTINEL-3, BEPI-COLOMBO, EXOMARS, CHEOPS, JUICE, MetOp, MTG

    NASA: JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE, JUNO.

    Italian Space Agency ASI: COSMO SKYMED, PRISMA.

    Aeronautics:

    Lockheed Martin F-35 JSF,   AleniaAermacchi-Dassault NEURON Stealth Combat UAV

    Several projects for land and naval electro-optical systems

    Memberships

    Member of the European Cooperation for Space Standardization ECSS Working Group ECSS-Q-ST-70-17C for the definition of a new Standard for Durability tests of Space Coatings (Leonardo, Airbus DS, Thales Alenia Space France, RUAG, OHB,CNES, from ESA: Mr.  Adrian Tighe and Mr. Christopher Semprimoschnig)

    Publications

    A new ECSS standard for environmental durability testing of optical coatings for space application

    Conferences

    ICSO 2016 ESA – CNES International Conference on Space Optics, Biarritz, France
    Chosen from the ECSS Working Group as delegate for oral presentation of their work

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    2003 -  2009 (student worker)

    Second Master’s degree in Astronautical engineering (for graduated only)

    EQF level 8t

    Post-lauream specialization, Astronautical Engineering School, “La Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy

    Specialization in Space reserved to already graduated engineers

    2007

    International Study Tour in USA (and pre – post studies)

    EQF level 8t

    By Finmeccanica. Topic: Project Management in a Global Environment

    Preparation, USA Study Tour Visiting in and lessons from Ernst&Young, Boeing, Alenia Aermacchi, Ansaldo STS-Union Switch & Signal, Final presentation to Top Management

    2004 -  2006

    Master in General Management

    EQF level 8t

    Master “BEST” by Finmeccanica and IRI Management School

    Company Organization, Strategy, Business Process Re-engineering, Marketing, Economics,  Human Resources, Time and Objectives management, Conflicts and Problem solving,

    1995 - 2002

    Master’s degree in Aerospace engineering (Italian 5 years Laurea)

    EQF level 7t

    “La Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy

    Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Computers, Electrical, Aerodynamics, Structural, Propulsion,

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

    Other languages

    English

    Proficient, written and spoken, practiced in documents and International meetings

     

    French:  intentioned to learn  (my sister speaks an excellent French because worked in Toulouse for long periods and because my brother in love is French, so I have continuous contacts with French relatives)

    Communication skills

    Good, gained  in the following fields: working team guiding, teaching at seminars at university, working group chosen delegate for oral presentation of paper at International Conference on Space Optics, writing articles for company communication office and  for local  online news portals, public relations and on stage performances as leader of my recreational rock band.

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Leadership :currently responsible for a team of 2 people (+2 informally), interested in the subject I read a lot of books about leadership. In the public life I’m the leader of my 4 members  recreational rock band.

    Organizing and managing the job of my working team; Management of the Quality System and Audits in my site.

    Job-related skills

    Coatings (optical and functional) . Technological processes. Research, Development and Production.

    Deep knowledge of technological processes for optical coatings,

    Quality system management, Audit preparation, Test design, execution and reporting, Materials & Processes

     Reporting of key figures to top management

    In possession of Security Clearance (Italian NOS)

    Digital competence

    Good command of “Essential Macleod”, Thin Film Multilayer design software

    good command of office suite (word processor, spread sheet, presentation software)

    basic user of SAP

    good command of photo editing software

    Other skills

    Always updated about  the space news and scenario, lover of aircrafts and space.

    Driving licence

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

    Publications

    Conferences

     

    Seminars

    Honours and awards

    Courses

     A new ECSS standard for environmental durability testing of optical coatings for space application

    International Conference on Space Optics ICSO 2016, Biarritz, France, by ESA and CNES,  Oral presentation.

    ESRIN: Seminar on Small Satellites  (2001)

    SPACE MISSIONS DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT, 5 days lessons, by Italian Space Agency ASI

    NASA Certificate of Appreciation for the work for the JIRAM instrument of the JUNO mission

    First classified in Ed. 9 of Finmeccanica’s Master “BEST” in General Management and awarded with Study Tour in USA

     

    LEAD AUDITOR AS EN 9100:2009 (5 days)

    AS EN 9100:2006:  KNOWLEDGE OF STANDARD (3 days)

    ISO 9001:2015: CHANGES WITH THE NEW  STANDARD (1 day)

    UNDERTANDING OF AEROSPACE QUALITY SYSTEM MANAGEMENT

    ADVANCED  COURSE FOR SIMULATED  ENVIROMENTAL TESTS, by Angelantoni  Industries

     

    HOBBIES AND SPORTS

     

     

    Teaching  technical-scientific  space related and spaeducation to schools (

    Music listening

    Guitarist, singer, leader and  manager of a 4 members rock band

    Running and outdoor sports like skiing, mountain climbing

    Reading essays, magazines and  self-help/managerial/performance improvement books


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