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     Date Submitted:08-04-2018
     Last Modified:09-05-2018 (04:24)
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     Current job:Post Degree researcher in Fuel Cell Stand-alone power system
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordscontrol logic and interface programming F.A.I. certified (first article inspection) Application of ISO 9100 requirements Certification of CMM, (coordinate-measuring machine) Strong practical skills

    April 2018 – present Post Degree researcher in Fuel Cell Stand-alone power system ESA - European Astronaut Centre (EAC), Linder Höhe, D-51147 Cologne, Germany - Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
    I am the tutor of an intern working on a Small-scale modular Fuel Cell test rig development

    April 2017 – November 2017 Internship in Fuel Cell Stand-alone power system R&D (Research and development ) ESA - European Astronaut Centre (EAC), Linder Höhe, D-51147 Cologne, Germany
    Small-scale modular Fuel Cell test rig design, optimization and assembly, thinking about lunar habitat energy close loop.
    Tasks fulfilled: • Old test bench recovery and upgrading (new sub-system development) • Specific control logic and interface programming • Sensoring and collecting data for virtual model validation • Hand book and operation procedures editing , practical demonstrations • Fast integration in multidisciplinary and international working environment

    October 2015 – February 2016 Aircraft and onboard Systems Design Engineer PLACIS (Collaborative Platform for Systems Engineering), Supmeca (Superior Engineering Institute of Paris). Saint-Ouen, France - Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
    International and industrial multidisciplinary projects carried out collaboratively by students.
    Tasks fulfilled: • To coordinate the Italian team, and interface it with the other international teams • Conceptual and preliminary Design of the overall aircraft • On-Board Sub-Systems Design

    March 2014 – May 2014 Internship in Quality area LMA s.r.l. - Precision mechanical parts manufacture for aerospace industries. Pianezza (TO) – Italy
    I was in Quality and Test area, strictly cooperated with manufacture and design area, handling external audit.
    Tasks fulfilled: • F.A.I. certified (first article inspection) • Application of ISO 9100 requirements • Certification of CMM, (coordinate-measuring machine)

    September 2013 -June 2014 Aerodynamics Research Engineer 2WheelsPoliTO Student team, Polytechnic of Turin, Torino, Italy
    Development of a motorbike to compete in the international competition “MotoStudent” 2014.
    My tasks were: • To design and test the snorkel with CFD simulation, to increase the engine power • Benchmark and literature research for a variable suction pipe.

    March 2015 – March 2018 Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Aerospace Engineering Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
    General courses: supersonic fluids mechanic and aero-gas dynamics, numerical calculus, aerospace propulsion, aerospace systems, aircraft design, aeroelasticity, aeronautic structures Aeromechanics and aircraft systems specialization: Flight mechanics, Helicopter flight mechanics, Aircraft guidance and control Design, Experimental aerodynamics, aerospace systems modeling simulation and testing , integrated aerospace systems design
    Thesis: “Fuel cell test rig reconfiguration for a space energy provision system”. Univ. Professor : Paolo Maggiore Grade : 98/110

    October 2010 - March 2015 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Aerospace Engineering Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
    Courses: aerodynamic, propulsive machine, aeronautical system, electronics and electrotechnology, industrial technical design, machine mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfers, computer sciences, materials sciences, metallurgy, fundaments of structures, fundaments of automotive design
    Thesis: “Processo di revisione di macchina metrologica in azienda aerospaziale certificata UNI EN 9100” (Revision of a metrology machine in a aerospace company certified UNI EN 9100). Univ. Professor : Paolo Maggiore

    September 2005 - July 2010 High school Diploma in scientific-technological studies; (grade 100/100) Liceo Scientifico Tecnologico A. Ruiz Augusta (SR), Italy

    English German Italian understanding speaking writing Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production C1 C1 C1 C1 B2 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 • English language certificate IELTS, score 6.0 ( December 2014) • English language certificate PET, score: pass (2009) • English course at St. Peter’s School of English, Canterbury (GB) (2009)

    Cooperation and teamwork capacity increased in the team 2WheelsPoliTO and Spaceship EAC. Strong practical skills, and dexterity in the mechanical field, due to motorbike maintenance experience. I am very good at problem solving. I am capable to relating with people of different nationalities and cultures, thanks to my abroad experiences (Germany, England , Australia). I have good personal organization skills, due to the fact that I am studying (and living) far away from my home and family. I'm a cheerful, friendly person, always ready to learn and improve myself. I was a volunteer at the Scouts association (AGESCI). Achievement of the level of "black belt" in Karate. I Studied Music and Classical Guitar at musical association M. Giuliani Syracuse.

    Good computer hardware knowledge. Good knowledge of numerical software MATLAB, Simulink. Good knowledge of programming languages C++ (devc++ , code blocks). Good knowledge of software CAD SolidWorks. Good knowledge of programmable logic controller (PLC), Arduino. Good knowledge of Microsoft Office™. Basic knowledge of software CAD Catia V5. Basic knowledge of software LabView. Basic knowledge of computational fluid dynamics software (CFD) Ansys-Fluent. Basic knowledge of software FEM MSC Nastran and Patran. Basic knowledge of LaTeX.

    Driving license : Automotive B, Motorcycling A Diving certification: PADI

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