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     Date Submitted:18-01-2019
     Last Modified:31-01-2019 (03:23)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineering MS graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsPayload System Engineering/Space System Engineering/Management/Organisation/AIT



    1st November 2017-31st October 2018

    YGT-ESTEC - Experiments Engineering for the REXUS/BEXUS Programme


    ESA Education Office (DG-SET) – ESTEC, Noordwijk (NL)


    System Engineering support for university experiments participating in the development of payloads to be operated on sounding rocket and balloon platforms as part of the REXUS/BEXUS Programme:

    Supporting the selection of the teams

    Following-up throughout their lifecycle the development of the experiments (from objectives and requirements definition up to launch campaign and data analysis)

    Participating in technical reviews of the requirements, payload design, verification procedure and operational approach (e.g. PDR, CDR, requirements verification process)

    Participating in Payload integration Week, Payload Bench Test  of sounding rocket experiments, and Spin and Balance of the two rockets (i.e. rocket mass and momentum characterisation)

    Supporting the payload integration, testing, launch preparation, and launch process of rocket and balloon experiments

    Development of a Rocket Payload Assembly procedure

    Assisting in the coordination of the logistical arrangements for flight campaigns, including the generation of outreach material


    10th-13th July 2018

    Space System Verification and Validation Training Course

    Verification and Validation principles of a space system and its major subsystems

    Practical Satellite Hardware Laboratory on the major subsystems of the EyasSAT benchtop satellite.


    1st August 2016 – 31st May 2017


    ESA Education Office (DG-SET) – ESEC, Redu (BE)

    Organisation and coordination of training courses also in cooperation with ESA Academy Hands-On Programmes:

    Launch of calls for applications

    Evaluation of student applications

    Development of training content and material

    Contact point for students and experts

    Report on the training courses results




    December 2013 – December 2017

    Master of Aerospace Engineering


    Università degli Studi di Padova, Padova - Italy

    Space Systems, Mechanical and Thermal Measurements, Thermal Control of a spacecraft, Astrodynamics, Aerospace Instrumentations and Measurements, Vibration Mechanics and others.


    Master Thesis: Theoretical Study of an MPD Thruster: analysis the operations of a Magneto Plasma Dynamic thruster (MPD thruster).


    March 2014 – September 2014

    Erasmus program to Barcelona

    Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Terrassa, Barcelona - Spain

    Erasmus program to work on my Master Thesis


    October 2008 - November 2013

    Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering


    Università degli Studi di Padova, Padova - Italy


    Aerospace Systems, Aerodynamics, Dynamic of Space Flights, Electronics and others.


    Bachelor Thesis:  Experimental Setup for the Thermal Control of the MarsTEM of ExoMars 2016 in a thermal vacuum chamber.


    September 2011 – September 2012

    ESA  Academy Hands-on Programme – MISSUS Experiment ( Meteorological Integrated Sensor SUite for Stratospheric analysis) with REXUS/BEXUS Programme


    Università degli Studi di Padova, Padova – Italy

    MISSUS Experiment was a multi-sensor scientific package dedicated to the characterization of thin atmosphere parameters. In particular, MISSUS temperature sensor is the prototype of MarsTEM the instrument which is part of the DREAMS package (Dust characterization, Risk assessment, and Environment Analyser on the Martian Surface) on board of the ESA mission ExoMars 2016.

    Main tasks:

    Instruments calibration and test

    Management of the project




    Mother tongue(s)


    Other language(s)

    English, Spanish, French, Polish (basic)

    Communication skills

    Able to and like working in a multicultural environment such at ESA or EUROAVIA International.

    Cooperating with others to achieve objectives, as an example the MISSUS Experiment.


    Organisational / managerial skills

    Ability to work on multiple concurrent activities and to establish my own work priorities, something that I often applied during my YGT and during my internship as the ESA Education Office.

    Co-founded EUROAVIA PADOVA


    Digital competence

    Office applications: Excel, Word, Power Point and Outlook.

    Mathematical software: Matlab/Simulink.

    FEA software: Ansys.

    Design software: SolidWorks 2012.


    Other skills

    Classic Guitar (1995-2006), Drawing, Dutch course (beginning level)



    F. Cucciarrè, V. Botti, et al. 2013. MISSUS Experiment on-board BEXUS 15: an innovative integrated sensors suite for meteorological measurements in low pressure environments and for attitude reconstruction, In: 21st ESA Symposium om European Rocket and Balloon Programmes and Related Research, Thun, Switzerland, Volume: 721 SP





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