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     Date Submitted:12-07-2017
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     Current job:Senior Consultant System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSystem Engineering, Thermal, Mechanical, MGSE
    CV

    Personal statement

    System Engineer (Mechanical, Thermal and Structural engineering)

    Waiting for PMP exam

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

     

     

    01/2017-to date

    Senior Consultant System Engineer -  Business Development Consultant for Altran Space Division in Bremen Area

     

    Altran Germany

     

    Customers Portfolio Management

    Communication plans for business development

    Interfacing with technical department leaders as system engineer expert

    Author of technical proposals for CFT as expert in system engineering (mainly for ESA and Airbus)

     

     

    Business or sector Space Business

     

     

    12/2015-12/2016

    AIT Mechanical Lead for Exomars 2020

    Altran Germany for OHB system Bremen

    Reviewer of the MGSE documentation;

    AIT support to the System Engineering concerning the AIT impact;

    AIT and Test plan, Test procedures and Test reports writing

    PDR, CDR, MRR, TRR, DRB participation

    NCR and NRB management

    Integration and test activities and team coordination

    Schedule activities organization

    HTC clamp band course

    Crane operator certification

    Support to other programs

    Business or sector Space AIT Management

    01/2014-11/2015

    System Thermo-Mechanical Engineer for MTG

    Altran Germany for OHB system Bremen

    Schedule activities organization for the MTG STM (Structural, Thermal Model);

    Coordination of sub-system engineering for supporting the STM dummies design;

    Supervisor for the ICDR (Interface Control Drawing) of STM dummies

    Design report writing

    Reviewer for FM/STM mechanical ICDR;

    RID/actions management through ECLIPSE tool

    RID/actions management through MAIS tool

    System Engineering AIT activity in order to support the AIT schedule and plan

    PDR, CDR, MRR participation

    Business or sector Space Mechanical System Engineering

    01/2014-08/2014

    MGSE responsible for SarAH program

    Altran Germany for OHB system Bremen

    Support to the AIV verification plan;

    MGSE definition and specification;

    MGSE Requirements writing

    System AIT engineering for the AIT schedule/planning

    Support to FM design for the MGSE implementation

    Re-design activity has been performed respect pre-existing MGSEs.

    Business or sector  Space Mechanical System Engineering

    04/2013-12/2013

    AIT System engineer for EDRS-C program

    Altran Germany for OHB system Bremen

    MGSE definition and specification;

    Requirements management and generation through DOORS tool

    Export of requirements from Doors to MS Word

    Specification document writing for MGSE;

    Sub-co manager activity for MGSE procurement

    Statement of Work (SoW), NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement), RFQ (Request For Quotation), RFP (Request For Proposal) writing

    Selection of MGSE Suppliers;

    Technical proposal evaluation.

    Business or sector  Space Mechanical System Engineering

    06/2011-03/2013

    Project Responsible for MGSE Production

    Highftech Engineering Modena (Italy)

    Schedule and Planning activities

    Requirements Analysis

    Verification Control Document (VCD), Design Description (DD), Structural Report, User Manual (UM) writing

    Sub-co manager activity for MGSE procurement

    Statement of Work (SoW), NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement), RFQ (Request For Quotation), RFP (Request For Proposal) writing

    Selection of sub-system suppliers;

    Technical/Financial proposal evaluation.

    Kick-off, PDR, CDR, MRR, TRR, DRB participation

    Reviewer for compliance to machinery directive 2006/42/EC;

    MGSE design spacialized in welded steel structure and aluminium machined;

    Structural analyst, static and dynamic models for MGSE machinery and FM Experimental container for ISS

    Thermal designer;

    Business or sector Space Management/Engineering

    02/2011-04/2011

    Scientific Consultant for SELENE ITT

    Highftech Engineering Modena (Italy) for  Astrium Gmbh (Dept. TO52) - Immenstaad Bodensee Germany

    SELENE cell Thermo-fluidynamic/mechanical design

    Business or sector Space Engineering

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    11/2007-12/2010

    Ph. D. in Aerospace, Naval and of quality 

     

    Faculty of Engineering, University of Naples Federico II

    Design and development of thermal device based on heat pipes technology

    Member of Scientific team for SELENE experiment accepted by ESA

    Thermofluidynamic study of passive cooling system and heat exchanger for solving thermal management problems.

    Designer of experimental setup for  technological experiment on board microgravity platforms.

    Computational Fluidynamic (FLuent+GAMBIT).

    Authors of several scientific articles, in attachment

    Speaker in International congress IMA5 Firenze, Italia, 7-10 june 2010 and 5th ITT Workshop, Kyoto, Japan 26-29 September 2010

     

    2004-2007

    Master Degree in Aerospace and Astronautic Engineering

     

    Faculty of Engineering, University of Naples Federico II

    Design of Aircraft and Spacecraft (propulsion, structural, attitude control, fluidynamic)

    Date of graduation 1 October 2007 with final vote of 110/110 cum laude.

     

    2001-2004

    Bachelor Degree in Aerospace and Astronautic Engineering

     

    Faculty of Engineering, University of Naples Federico II

    Basic knowledge about design of Aircraft and Spacecraft

    Date of graduation  31 September 2004 with final vote of 110/110 cum laude.

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    English, German (basic)

    Communication skills

    verygood communication skills gained through my experience as project responsible/business developer and also through a communication course made in Modena (Italy).

    Organisational / managerial skills

    leadership (responsible for a team of 5-10 people)

    scheduling (through the project responsible activity in Modena and during the AIT Lead)

    cost control

    Job-related skills

    Pragmatic and goal oriented

    Problem solving

    Technical and procurement documentation

     

    Digital competence

    SELF-ASSESSMENT

    Information processing

    Communication

    Content creation

    Safety

    Problem solving

     

    Proficient user

    Indipendent user

    Indipendent user

    Indipendent user

    Indipendent user

     

    Levels: Basic user  - Independent user  -  Proficient user

    Digital competences - Self-assessment grid

     

     

     

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

    DOORS (standard user)

    MS Office (Word, Excel, MS Project, Internet Exsplorer, Access Outlook, Power Point); Acrobat, Grapher, Matlab (with tool), FLUENT (ansys), Patran, Nastran

    CAD (Catia v5,  ThinkDesign, Autocad 3D )

    Academic Experience with C++good command of photo editing software gained as an amateur photographer

     

    Other skills

    Piano and guitar player self-educated

    Runner and tennis player

    MMPORG gamer (WoW Raid leader)

    MOBA gamer (LOL team leader)

    Browsergame gamer (Ogame Alliance founder and War Minister)

    Driving licence

    B

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

    Publications on scientific journal

     

    R. Di Paola, R. Savino, D. Mirabile Gattia, R. Marazzi, M. Vittori Antisari, Self-rewetting carbon nanofluid as working fluid for space and terrestrial heat pipes, on Journal of Nanoparticle Research, November 2011, Volume 13, Issue 11, pp 6207–6216, doi:10.1007/s11051-011-0601-y, Impact factor 2,020

    Roberto Di Paola, Yoshiyuki Abe, Kotaro Tanaka, Masahide Sato, and Raffaele Savino, SELENE Experiment on ISS, Space Utiliz Res, 27 (2011), © ISAS/JAXA 2011

    A. Cecere, R. Di Paola,  R. Savino, L. Carotenuto, S. Van Vaerenbergh, Observation of Marangoni flow in ordinary and self-rewetting fluids using optical diagnostic systems, EPJ-ST, The European Physical Journal Special Topics, February 2011, Volume 192, Issue 1, pp 109–120,  doi:10.1140/epjst/e2011-01365-7, Impact factor 1,862

    R. Savino, R. Di Paola, D. Mirabile Gattia, R. Marazzi, M. Vittori Antisari, Self-rewetting Fluids with Suspended Carbon Nanostructures, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (JNN), Impact Factor 1,338.

    Raffaele Savino, Roberto Di Paola, Anselmo Cecere,Raimondo Fortezza, Self-rewetting heat transfer fluids and nano-brines for space heat pipes, accepted waiting publication on Acta Astronautica, Impact Factor, 0,508

    Jacopo Buongiorno et al., A Benchmark Study on the Thermal Conductivity of Nanofluids,: Journal of Applied Physics in data 15 settembre 2009, Impact Factor 2,072

    Savino Raffaele, Cecere Anselmo, Di Paola Roberto, Abe Yoshiyuki, Castagnolo Dario, Fortezza Raimondo, Marangoni heat pipe: an experiment on board MIOsat microsatellite, Acta Astronautica, Vol. 65, 2009, pp. 1582–1592, ISSN 0094-5765, doi:10.1016/j.actaastro.2009.04.005, Impact Factor, 0.508.

    Savino Raffaele, Cecere Anselmo, Di Paola Roberto, Surface tension-driven flow in wickless heat pipes with self-rewetting fluids, International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 30, 2009, pp. 380–388, ISSN 0142-727, doi:10.1016/j.ijheatfluidflow.2009.01.009, Impact Factor 1,498.

     

    Publications at congress

     

    R. Di Paola, Yoshiyuki Abe, Kotaro Tanaka, Masahide Sato, Raffaele Savino, SELENE Experiment on ISS, Space Utiliz Res, 27 (2011), ISAS/JAXA 201.

    R. Di Paola, R. Savino, D. Mirabile Gattia, R. Marazzi, M. Vittori Antisari, Self-rewetting carbon nanofluid as working fluid for space and terrestrial heat pipes, NANO 2010 The X International Conference on  “Nanostructured Materials”, Rome, 13-17 September 2010

    R. Di Paola, A. Cecere, R. Savino, S. Genna, C. Leone, Capillary rising of self-rewetting solutions in laser engraved micro-channels, in book of abstract pag 32-33, IMA-5 International Marangoni Association Conf. on Interfacial & Micro fluid dynamics & Processes Florence, 7-10 June 2010

    A. Cecere, R. Di Paola,  R. Savino, L. Carotenuto, S. Van Vaerenbergh, Observation of Marangoni flow in ordinary and self-rewetting fluids using optical diagnostic systems, in book of abstract pag 27-28, IMA-5 International Marangoni Association Conf. on Interfacial & Micro fluid dynamics & Processes Florence, 7-10 Juner 2010

    R. Savino, R. Di Paola, A. Cecere, D. Mirabile Gattia, Y. Abe, Self Rewetting Fluids and Brines for Thermal Energy Managment, 15th International Heat Pipe Conference (15th IHPC) Clemson, USA, April 25-30, 2010

    R. Savino, R. Di Paola, D. Mirabile Gattia, R. Marazzi, M. Vittori Antisari, Self-rewetting Fluids with Suspended Carbon Nanostructures, Nanosmat 2009, Roma, 19-22 October 2009

    Raffaele Savino, Roberto Di Paola, Anselmo Cecere, Raimondo Fortezza, Self-rewetting heat transfer fluids and nano-brines for space heat pipes, presentato al 60th International Astronautic  Congress, 12-16 October, Deajeon (Republic of Korea), 2009, paper IAC-09.A2.3.6,  9pp.

    Sato Masahide, Abe Yoshiyuki, Urita Yuki, Di Paola Roberto, Cecere Anselmo, Savino Raffaele, Thermal Performance of Self-rewetting Fluid Heat Pipe Containing Dilute solutions of Silver Nanoparticles Synthesized by Microwave-Polyol Process, presentato al Sixth Interdisciplinary Transport Phenomena Conference: Fluid, Thermal, Biological, Materials and Space Sciences, October 4-9, 2009, Volterra (Italy), paper ITP-09-19, 7pp.

    Sato Masahide, Suzuki Tomohiro, Di Paola Roberto, Urita Yuki, Cecere Anselmo, Savino Raffaele, Abe Yoshiyuki, Iimura Ken-ichi, Shinmoto Yasuhisa, Ohta Haruhiko, Fukagava Masato, Anomalous Temperature Dependence of the Surface Tension in Polyol-Process-Synthesized Silver Nanofluids with Higher Alcohols, presentato al 17th Symposium on Thermophysical Properties, June 21 - 29, 2009, Colorado, Usa, 5pp.

    Yoshiyuki Abe, Tanaka Kotaro, Masahide Sato, Yuki Urita, Raffaele Savino, Roberto Di Paola Benefit of Marangoni Effects in Heat Transfer Devices (Self-rewetting Fluids as a New Working Fluid in Heat Transfer) IMA-4 International Marangoni Association Conf. on Interfacial & Micro fluid dynamics & Processes Tokyo, 21-23 October 2008

    Savino Raffaele, Cecere Anselmo, Di Paola Roberto, Castagnolo Dario, Fortezza Raimondo, Marangoni Heat pipe: an experiment on board MIOsat Italian microsatellite, presentato al  59th International Astronautic  Congress, 29 September  – 3 October, 2008, Glasgow (United Kingdom), paper IAC 08-A2.3.6, 10pp. 

    Savino Raffaele, Di Paola Roberto, Cecere Anselmo, Abe Yoshiyuki, Tanaka K., Nakagawa M., Sato Masahide, Heat pipes with Self-Rewetting Fluid for Space Applications, presentato a: 38th International Conference on Environmental Systems, June 29 - July 2, 2008, San Francisco, California, USA, paper: 2008-01-1954, 9pp

     

     

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