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     Date Submitted:03-07-2018
     Last Modified:04-07-2018 (06:47)
    Job information
     Current job:Software Testing Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsSpace, Physics, Testing, Validation, Military System

    Work Experience

    Novembre 2017 - present

    Software Tester at Rheinmetall Italia S.p.A. - Rome (NAIS S.r.l. Consultant,
    2017 - Rome) Software test for defence systems - type C2 (with weapon and radar systems) and C3. Functional tests, component integration tests and stress test in simulated environment and test bed. Software system validation based on system specifications and current standard (MIL-2525C). Bug tracking, definition and report of test procedures. Support to development team for bug details, implementation and
    optimization of mathematical algorithms and for specifications’ analysis.

    October 2017 - November 2017 QA Tester at Hutchison Digital Solutions, Rome (EstiaTech S.r.l. Consultant, Rome) Processing and execution of functional test (manual and end2end test), API performance test and QA of custom test libraries for Push Notification on Android and iOS. Drawing up "test book", bug tracking (by GitLab) and issue’s analysis.

    July 2017 - August 2017

    Stage intership as Software Tester at Key Partner S.r.l., Rome
    Software test execution using REST client (Postman), DBM (PostgreSQL), graphic console for bug analysis and processes’ tracking (Jboss EAP console). Test Plan development and Test Cases execution on Atlassian platforms (JIRA).


    April 2017 - October 2014 M. Sc. in Astronomy and Astrophysics, in Sapienza - University of Rome. Principal subject and skills: Methods of Space Astrophysics, Astronomical Optics Physical, Programming languages: C, Python, Fortran. Mark: 110/110

    Master thesis
    Development of a modal interferometer for multi-moded application in mi-
    crowave astronomy
    Advisor : Prof. Paolo de Bernardis, Co-Advisor : Dott. Luca Lamagna
    Experimental Cosmology group - G31, Department of Physics - Sapienza, University
    of RomeAbstract Ideation, projectation and development of a system for multimodal waveguide’s characterization in dedicated structures for Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB). Counting the different wavelength of each mode propagating down the waveguide, through the interferometrical analysis of the power associated to each mode, it is possible to obtain the effective number of modes that is propagating in the structure, and as such the signal-noise ratio can be increased by a factor of N modes . The system has been ideated for microwave’s bands X and W components characterization.
    The whole system are been designed end EM field’s solutions are been simulated by ANSYS Electronics Desktop (ex HFSS). In order to obtain spatial frequencies’ spectrum related to each mode, simulation’s data has been processed by Python script.

    Laboratory intership
     Characterization of TES bolometer with SQUID readout
    Tutor Dr. Riccardo Gualtieri
    Experimental Cosmology group - G31, Department of Physics - Sapienza, University of Rome
    Abstract - Realization of a readout circuit on Arduino Board for a TES (Transition Edge Sensor). This kind of bolometer works in millimetric band, linked with a SQUID (Superconductive Quantum Interference Device) and cold by a cryogenic system. Data processing implemented on Raspberry PI 2 by Python scripts.

    October 2011 - October 2014 B. Sc. in Physics and Astrophysics (LM-30, Classe di laurea triennale in Scienze e Tecnologie Fisiche), in Sapienza - University of Rome. Principal subject and skills: Mechanical, Electomagnetism, Electomagnetism and Circuit Laboratory, C Programming language, Astrophysics, Atmospheric physics, Complex and Functional analysis. C. Mark: 108/110

    Bachelor Thesis
    Relativistic effects on CMB dipole anisotropy
    Advisor Dr. Luca Lamagna

    IT Knowledge

    Operative Systems
    GNU/Linux (Excellent), Windows (Excellent)
    Programming Languages
    Python (Excellent), C (Excellent), LaTeX (Excellent), Fortran (Good), SQL (Good), MPI e OpenMP for multi-threaded parallel calculus (Base), CUDA e OpenCL for parallel calculus using GPU (Base), C++ (Base), Java (Base)
    ANSYS Electronic Desktop (Excellent), Microsoft Office Package (Excellent), ANSYS package (Good), Zemax (Good), Origin (Good), Gnuplot (Good), Matlab (Base), Simulink (Base), IDL (Base), SaoImage DS9 (Base)

    Tools & Client
    JIRA (Excellent), TestRail (Good), PostgreSQL (Good), Postman (Good), Confluence (Good), Red Hat service -Jboss EAP console (Base), GitLab (Base), Jmeter (Base), SQL Server Management Studio (Base), WinSCP (Base)

    Italian - Mother tongue
    English - B1
    French - A2

    Soft Skills

    Problem solving and work’s organization
    Team working and goal-focus approach
    Excellent ability in interpersonal relationships

    Certifications and Licences

    March 2017 Programming paradigms for GPU devices at CINECA - Roma
    February 2017 Introduction to Parallel Computing with MPI and OpenMP, at CINECA - Casalecchio del Reno (BO)
    April 2016 Debugging and Optimization of Scientific Application, at CINECA - Roma
    December 2015 Python for computational science, at CINECA - Roma
    August 2010 Driver Lincense B
    March 2009 Preliminary English Test (PET) - Council of Europe - level B1

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