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     Date Submitted:09-08-2018
     Last Modified:09-08-2018 (08:39)
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     Current job:Galileo Mission Operation Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Operators

    M A I N  C O M P E T E N C E S
    - MSc degree in Telecommunications Engineering
    - Satellite Navigation Systems: GPS, Galileo, BeiDou, Glonass, QZSS
    - Galileo Mission Ground Control Segment: Operation, Test, Validation and Operation
    - Augmentation and Precision Systems: SBAS (EGNOS – WAAS) - GBAS
    - 3GPP A-GNSS LBS for EUTRA and UTRA. Specifications TS 36.355 – 37.571-1/-5
    - Modulation and Channel Coding
    - Software development in C++ /C and MatLab of complex GNSS applications
    - Practical experience in RF measurements, testing and verification


    P O S I T I O N S  OF  R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y
    JUN 2017 – PRESENT: GALILEO MISSION OPERATION ENGINEER, Telepazio Spa on behalf of Next Ingegneria dei Sistemi Spa – Galileo Control Centre Fucino, Italy
    - Maintenance, verification and validation of mission operation procedures of the Galileo Mission Segment (GMS).
    - Collaboration to the system integration and validation test campaigns, reporting of the results.
    - Participation to the anomaly resolution boards with members of European organizations like ESA and GSA.

    JUL 2012 – MAY 2017: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING ENGINEER, Rohde&Schwarz GmbH & Co on behalf of K-tronik – Munich
    - Software Development of complex GNSS applications, signal generation (BeiDou D1 and D2, QZSS L1 CA) and scenarios simulation in Linux and Windows.
    - Hardware and Software implementation of automatic test systems.
    - Collaboration in the standardization activity for the 3GPP LBS A-GNSS Test Scenarios. Specifications: TS 36.355 – 37.571-1/-5.
    - Responsible for the testing of GNSS applications and support to R&S customers.

    - Creation of audio system for television broadcasts and work as audio sound engineer in the direction.

    E D U C A T I O N
    FEB 2005 – JUL 2011: Master’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering
    University of Rome “La Sapienza” - Rome
    Thesis: “Advanced source coding and broadcast system for a digital video signal”
    Final score: 110/110

    SEP 2000 - FEB 2005: Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering
    University of Rome “La Sapienza” - Rome
    Thesis: “TFMCC: Congestion control in multicast environment”
    Final score: 96/110

    SEP 1995 - JUL 2000: High School Diploma in Electronic and Telecommunications
    Industrial Technical Institute “Albert Einstein” - Rome
    Final score: 98/100


    T R A I N I N G
    OCT 2013 – APR 2017: German Language, DESK Sprachkurs GmbH – Munich
    OCT 2016: Advanced C++ Course, Bodenseo – Munich
    OCT 2016: GNSS for Avionics, Rohde & Schwarz – Munich
    MAY 2016: Efficient Teamwork, Rohde & Schwarz – Munich
    MAY 2014: Embedded Linux Development, Rohde & Schwarz – Munich
    SEP 2013: C++ Programming Course, Bodenseo – Singen, Germany


    S K I L L S
    Programming Languages and Environments: C, C++, MatLab, Microsoft Visual Studio, National Instrument LabWindows, Code Composer Studio
    GNSS Tools: U-Center, Storegis, Mentor, Artist
    Other Tools: WinIQSim2 R&S, CMake, FileZilla, IBM RTC and Clear Case, VirtualBox, VSPE, VNC, Putty
    GNSS Receivers: U-Blox, Trimble, Navis, CMC 5024, Garmin , Telìt
    Test and Measurement: Rohde&Schwarz Scopes, Spectrum Analyzer FPS,FSQ,FSV, Tektronik Scope. Rohde&Schwarz Signal Generators: SMBV100A, SMW200A.


    L A N G U A G E S
    Italian: Mother tongue
    English: Advanced level (daily spoken and written)
    German: B2 Level

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