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NASA's fiscal year 2019 budget proposal will include plans to end funding for the International Space Station in 2025, but leaves open the possibility of handing part or all of the station over to private operators. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:12-09-2017
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     KeywordsNASA, Concurrent Engineering, Planetary Protection, System Engineering
    CV

    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Date of Birth: September 7th, 1992
    Place of Birth: Catania
    Citizenship: Italian

    Education

    Jun. 2017           Master of Science in Space System Engineering, at Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Moscow, Russia) -- GPA: 5.0/5.0

    Thesis: “Validation of Sterilization Methods for Planetary Protection Purpose”

    Advisors: Prof. Rupert Gerzer, Dr. Melissa Jones, Laura Newlin

    Space Science and Technology  program, Space System Engineering track
     

    Nov. 2014           Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering, at “La Sapienza” University of Rome (Rome, Italy) -- GPA: 4.2/5.0

    Thesis: “Mechanical Characterization of Natural Fiber Composites”

    Advisor: Prof. Claudio Scarponi

     

    Professional Experience

    Jun. 2017- Ongoing        System Engineer at Airbus, office of the CTO for Technology Planning and Roadmapping (Toulouse, France)
     

    Jan. 2017- Jun. 2017      Collaboration with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Pasadena, California)
    Biotechnology and Planetary Protection Group (352N)
     

    Feb. 2014- Aug. 2015       Teaching Assistant (Prof. Claudio Scarponi)
     

    Sep. 2009- Jun. 2017       Private Tutor

     

    Research Experience

    Apr. 2016-Dec. 2016        Researcher at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Pasadena, California)

    Biotechnology and Planetary Protection Group (352N):

    Gamma Irradiation and Vapor Hydrogen Peroxide validation process as a NASA standard sterilization technique for Mars Special Regions

    Advanced Design Engineering (312D):

    Study, Design and Simulation of a cubesat mission to Mars using aerocapture as a breaking maneuver.
     

    Sep. 2015- Dec. 2015       Traineeship at Skoltech’s Additive Manufacturing Laboratory

    Working on carbon fiber 3D printing: plastic selection and nozzle design
     

    Feb. 2015- Aug. 2015       Traineeship at “Sapienza Space Systems and Space Surveillance Laboratory”

    Working on the design and on the mechanical characterization of the URSA MAIOR cubesat.

     

    Projects Accomplished

    Oct. 2015- Dec. 2015         Industrial Robotics in Prototyping; a project devoted to the application of robotics, using Kuka robots and robotics arms, in fast prototyping for the aerospace industry.
    Responsibilities: Tools designer, requirements tracking, system engineer.

    Feb. 2015- Aug. 2015        Ursa Maior (University of Rome la Sapienza Micro Attitude In Orbit testing) is an Italian 3U-CubeSat designed by the University of Rome "La Sapienza" participating in the Von Karman’s QB50 project.
    Responsibilities: Structure Engineer with focus on random vibration analysis
    http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/ursa-maior.htm

    Mar. 2014- Jun. 2014        P-GUN; Design, building, and launch of a rocket model for the Maurizio di Giacinto Competition.
    Responsibilities: Team leader and designer

    Feb. 2014- Aug. 2015        Sealab, a marine drone prototype, capable of reaching 200kph 'flying' on the water driven by small reaction motors and controlled by wings and skis that emerge at the launch to increase speed.
    Responsibilities: Structure Engineer working on the inner composite case of the nautical drone helping Prof. Claudio Scarponi
    http://w3.uniroma1.it/sealab/

     

    Publications

    L. Arena, F. Angeletti, F. Curianò, G. De Zanet, R. Gradini, A. Pellegrino, "Mechanical Design and Test Campaign Results of a Single-Piece Structure for the URSA MAIOR Nanosatellite", 66th IAC, Jerusalem, Israel, 2015

     

    Awards and Fellowship

    2017         Best Research Thesis of the Year (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology)
    Academic Excellence Award (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology)

    2016         JPL Visiting Researchers program (JVSRP), Section 352N, 312D
    Academic Excellence Award (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology)

    2015         Best Robotics Project Award (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology)

    2014         Maurizio Di Giacinto Award (La Sapienza University of Rome; Avio SPA)

     

    Skills

    Software          Good knowledge of Catia, NX, Ansys, Simulink, OPCAT

                           Optimal knowledge of STK, Solidworks, Matlab, Microsoft Office

    Multiple launches of High Stratospheric Balloons

    Tutoring

    Leadership       Team leader of the majority of the projects carried.

    Able to work effectively in teams as well as individually


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