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     Date Submitted:09-09-2017
     Last Modified:19-09-2017 (08:32)
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     Current job:Mission analyst
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsMission Analysis, System engineering, Flight Dynamics, Write proposals, Budget Analysis
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Sex Male | Date of birth 11/26/1990| Nationality Italian

     

    JOB APPLIED FOR

     

    Aerospace Engineer, system engineer, mission analysist

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    (2004-2009)

     

     

    (2009-2013)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Scientific High School Diploma

    Pontano Institute, Naples.

     

    Degree in Aerospace Engineering L-9 , class of degrees in industrial engineering.

    Seat:  University of Naples Federico II

    Subjects of study: Mathematical Analysis, Algebra And Geometry, Physics, Chemistry,  Industrial Technical Drawing, Flight Stability and Manoeuvres, Aerodynamics, Gasdynamics, Theory Of Construction, Space Systems, Information Technology, Aerospace Materials Technology,  Reliability And Quality, Catia CAD Drawer, Numerical Methods  (Matlab), Aerospace Propulsion.

    Thesis topic:  Study of a double slot synthetic jet as inverter heat – sink from  the informatics to the aerodynamic applications.

     

     

     

     

    Thesis title  “Characterization of a double slot synthetic jet”

    (2014-2016)

     

    Scientific High School Diploma

    Pontano Institute, Naples.

    University degree in Aerospace Engineering L-9 , class of degrees in industrial engineering.

    Seat Federico II of Naples university

    Subjects of study Mathematical analysis, algebra and geometry, physics, chemistry,  industrial technical drawing, flight stability and manoeuvres, aerodynamics, gasdynamics, theory of construction, space systems, information technology, aerospace materials technology,  reliability and quality, Catia CAD Drawer, numerical methods  (Matlab), aerospace propulsion.

    Thesis topic:  Study of a double slot synthetic jet as inverter heat – sink from  the informatics to the aerodynamic applications.

    Thesis title  “Characterization of a double slot synthetic jet”

     

     

     

     

    Degree in Aerospace Engineering LM-20, class of Master degrees in aerospace engineering and astronautics.

    Seat: University of Naples Federico II

    Main subjects of study: Combustion, Business Administration, III Mathematical Analysis,  Aircraft Aerodynamics, Aerospace Construction, Applied Mechanics, Dynamics and Flight Simulation, Space Systems, Avionics, Space Experiments, Hypersonic Aerodynamics, Fluid-Structure Interaction, Aircraft Maintenance

    Thesis Topic: Design of a capsule for the “SMS” program (Small Mars Satellite) whose purpose is to develop a mission to Mars to be launched in 2024 on-board of an ESA launcher that shall land at Mars a small payload for scientific experiments. The thesis was elaborated during an internship at the Italian consortium ALI s.c.a.r.l

    Mark: 110/110 Cum Laude

     

    Thesis title “Design of a spacecraft for a small Mars mission”

     

    FROM 11/07/16  TO  NOW

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Master in “Space technology and science”

    Seat:  University of Rome Tor Vergata

    Subjects of study: astrophysics, orbital mechanics, cosmology, space missions, space flight dynamics, space instruments, management and marketing strategies.

     

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    FROM 02/06/15  TO  02/11/15

     

     

     

     

    Internship experience at the consortium ALI s.c.a.r.l

     

    During this period, I participated in the following projects: "Modular structures for data transmission", " System for the monitoring of the sea surface", " Integration of communication systems for the control of forest fires and waste".

    I also had the opportunity to deepen my knowledge on the subject of deployable satellites and their applications.

     

     

    FROM 05/12/15  TO  25/05/16

     

    Thesis work in the Euro.Soft s.r.l. Company.

     

    Through the thesis work I carried out the Mass Budget, the Power Budget and the Link Budget of a capsule for a small mission to Mars. The work was part of the SMS project (Small Mars Satellite) - Phase 0 ESA Project.

    About the Mass Budget I evaluated the weight and the size of the entire system consisting of three main components and of their subcomponents (battery, solar panels, GNC, OBDH, PCDU, AOCS, propulsion system, etc.). The weight of the system was also evaluated considering the ESA policy of margins related to the possible presence of COTS components, weight of harness, propellant, margin on the launcher.

    About the Power Budget I primarily assessed the solar radiation on the Martian surface and along the journey in order to size the solar panels of the cruise module and of the lander. On the basis of the estimate of the specific consumption of each component relative to each phase of the mission (launch, cruise, rising orbit, EDL, surface operations) and of the energy produced, the batteries were sized and a verification of the power budget was carried out in order to ensure the survival of the energy system with an adequate margin.

    About the Link Budget I defined a structure of the telecommunications system. For all transmitter-receiver antennas combinations the link budget has been implemented, resulting in the Data rate and thus the bits per second that can be transmitted from Earth to Mars and back.

     

     

     

    FROM 09/12/16  TO  10/31/16

     

     

    I  worked  at  ALI s.c.ar.l  company  and i dealt with engineering consultancy, i wrote  proposals for the european space agency  programs and i dealt with the project managment of some company’s activities. In these terms, i have got experience with

     

    System engineering

    Proposal writing

    Mission analysis

     

                   

     

     

    FROM 15/05/17  TO  NOW

     

                   

    Trainee at  NEXT ingegneria dei sistemi

     

    Actually i work in the reasearch and development  unit,  my work is to study now possible opportunities for the company. In particular i am developing a state of the art of the nanosatellites in terms of

     

    Market analysis about CubeSat ( applications, main actors, costs)

    CubeSat subsystems performances

    CubeSat constraints and advantages than the classic satellite

     

    Beside of this, thanks to my mission analysis competences, i work as Flight dynamics engineer in several projects for the design of the Flight dynamics sub-system in the Ground segment context

     

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

     

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    English

    Communication skills

    Rapid learning and organisational autonomy, practicality, accuracy and curiosity at the same time allow me a rapid learning and the time and resources organisation.

     Resistance to stress and capability to bear high working loads gained through a constant study during the academic years.

    Flexibility and motivation in terms of professional growth with enthusiasm to learn.

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Natural inclination to the work group, capability to manage various demands related  to different ages or personalities gained  through 12 years of scouting.

    Computer skills

    Good skills in Microsoft Office™ tools (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), Matlab, CAD software Catia, FEM Analysis software FEMAP, Mission analysis tool GMAT

    STK certification, level 1.

    Other skills

    Sport High concentration capability obtained through the exercise of martial arts, in order to increase the psycho-physical balance and a possible self defence.

    Music  Guitarist and singer for 10 years

    Driving licence

     

    Publications

    Driving license B and A.

     

    “THE SMALL MARS SATELLITE: A EUROPEAN SMALL-SIZE MARS LANDER”  7th International Conference on Systems & Concurrent Engineering for Space Applications, SECESA 2016

    E. Fantino, R. Aurigemma, D. de la Torre, P. DellAversana, L.Gramiccia, M. Grassi, C. Molfese, F. Paudice, F. Punzo, R. Savino.

     

    “THE SMALL MARS SATELLITE” 

    E. Fantino, R. Aurigemma, D. de la Torre, P. DellAversana, L.Gramiccia, M. Grassi, C. Molfese, F. Paudice, F. Punzo, R. Savino

     


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