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     Date Submitted:24-04-2018
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     Current job:Space and Astronautical Engineering MS Graduate
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     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
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    Place and date of birth: Rome, September 2, 1992

    Education
    2014–2018 Master of Science in Space and Astronautical Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, Curriculum in Satellites, (Score: 110/110).
    Thesis: "Experimental investigation through environmental testing of an equivalent dynamic model of the VEGA launcher"
    Oct.2015–Dec.2015
    IKUNS CubeSat Cuncurrent Engineering Facility Study, ASI, Italian Space Agency, CEF Facility,
    Thermal Control System Design using ESATAN-TMS suite.

    2011–2014 Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, .
    Thesis: "Barely Visible Impact Damage on biocomposites"

    2005–2011 High School Diploma (Scientific Lyceum), "Lazzaro Spallanzani" Leaning P.N.I. (Piano Nazionale Informatica), .
    Thesis: "Golden Number and Fractals"
    Master thesis
    Title "Experimental investigation through environmental testing of an equivalent dynamic model of the VEGA launcher"
    Description The thesis was part of an ESA activity. The main goal was to validate the Equivalent Viscous Damping (EVD) methods, developed by the Agency in order to simulate the visco-elastic behaviour of the grain propellant. In particular, the thesis involved experimental and numerical activities. The experimental part consisted on performing impact testing, sine, random and shock tests on a scaled model of the VEGA launcher. The numerical approach was used to simulate the dynamic behaviour of the structure using MSC.Nastran. The experimental data were correlated with numerical results in order to tune the FE model, using FEMtools and MSC.Nastran Sol200.
    Skills acquired
    Environmental testing, impact testing, experimental modal analysis, FE modeling, tuning numerical model and modal correlation.

    Internationl Events and Projects
    2016-2017 "CanSat Competition 2017"
    Description: a design-build competition for space-related topics, organized by the American Astronautical Society (AAS) and American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). The competition is designed to reflect a typical aerospace program on a small scale and includes all aspects, from the Preliminary design Review (PDR) to the Post Flight Review (PFR).
    Mission 2017: Solar Powered Venus Glider
    Team: Sapienza Space Team
    Role: Team Leader
    2016-2017 "CanSat Competition 2016"
    Mission 2016: Mars Glider
    Role: Team Leader and Ground Station designer
    2016-2017 "CanSat Competition 2015"
    Mission 2015: Auto-gyro Recovery Imager
    Role: Ground Station designer
    2014–2015 "Fly Your Ideas 2015" Airbus Competition
    Description: a contest that challenges students worldwide to develop new ideas in the aviation industry.
    Team: SASA - Sapienza Aerospace Student Association Challenge: Passenger Experience
    Project Title: AURES - Avoiding Uncomfortable Rate for Ear Safety
    Project Description: The idea was to realize a device, consisting of a mask and a headphone, to solve the issue of the barotrauma during the descending phase of a flight. The aim was to guarantee a lower pressure gradient than the one of the pressurization system of the aircraft.
    Round: The Team was selected for Round 2 between the first 100 teams in the world
    April 2014 "Space Apps Challenge 2014"
    Description: International NASA Challenge in which teams in the world collaborate and engage with publicly available data to design innovative solutions for global challenges.
    Project Title: Look App
    Project Description: It is a smartphone application that sends you real time notifications about astrophysical events sky phenomena happening right above your head.
    Final Position: First Winner "Space Apps 2015" in Rome
    Link of the project: https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/project/looksapp/

    Membership
    2017-Present BIS - British Interplanetary Society [link: http://www.bis-space.com/]
    2013-2017 AIAA - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics [link: http://www.aiaa.org]
    SASA - Sapienza Aerospace Student Association [link: http://dma.ing.uniroma1.it/users/sasa/index.php]

    Professional Experience
    2010-2013 Football referee in Junior Championships

    Publications
    2015 "Look App", A Free Ios Application For Space Events, IAC-15.E2.3-YPVF. 4.1x28617, IAC Jerusalem 2015

    Languages
    Italian Mothertongue
    English Professional Knowledge

    IT Skills
    - Proficient with Microsoft Office tools
    - Proficient with Matlab and LaTeX
    - Proficient with LMS TestLab (Sine Control, Random Control, Shock and Impact Testing)
    - Proficient with MSC.Nastran and MSC.Patran
    - Basic knowledge of FEMtools
    - Basic knowledge of Adina
    - Basic knowledge of ESATAN-TMS
    - Basic knowledge of CATIA
    - Basic knowledge of STK

    Soft Skills
    - Teamwork
    - Highly Organized
    - Problem solving
     


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