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     Date Submitted:24-06-2019
     Last Modified:06-08-2019 (01:11)
    Job information
     Current job:Astronautics and Aerospace Engineering MS graduate
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     Keywords#SpaceExploration #TrajectoriesOptimization #Aerospace #Research #SpacePassion #WorkingTeam

    Nationality: Italian, Driving Licence: B (own car)

    M. Sc. Aerospace Engineer

    Short cover letter:

    Since the beginning of my secondary school I developed a strong passion for Space and Science in general. This passion has driven me through my studies, until I took the Scientific Diploma. Then, I deepened both the passion for aerospace and scientific knowledge, attending Aerospace Engineering at Politecnico di Torino. I took the Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering discussing the thesis: “Catalytic Steam Reforming for the Aeronautical Propulsion Refrigeration” in aerospace propulsion. I continued my studies at Politecnico di Torino with the Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering, specializing in Space in the last year. I graduated in march 2019 with a research thesis in space trajectories optimization, entitled “Asteroid transport missions into Earth-Mars cycler orbit”, in which I developed a standard procedure to deal with these specific missions (and design missions for three specific asteroids), fundamentals to the deep space and solar radiations protection that would be a problem for future human Mars missions.

    During these years I have developed teamwork ability, leadership and motivation skills, thanks to the project-work experiences in the last year at the Politecnico. Moreover, in those occasions, I had the opportunity to work in an international environment (due to the presence of Erasmus students).

    Education and Training

    2015 - 2019

    Master of Astronautics and Aerospace Engineering


    Politecnico di Torino, Torino (Italy) – Final Grade 107/110

    Thesis’ title: “Asteroid transport missions into Earth-Mars cycler orbit”

    Thesis’ work methodology: indirect methods applied to the Optimal Control Theory, to deal with space trajectories optimization problem.

    Key Words: Space Flight Mechanics; Space Propulsion; Indirect Methods; Optimal Control Theory; Fly-by Maneuvers; Earth-Mars Cycler; Asteroids; Radiation Protection.

    Master’s subjects and competences:

    Space Mission Project, Design of Aerospace Vehicles, Space and Aeronautics Propulsion, Aerospace Systems, Space and Aeronautics Flight Mechanics, Gasdynamics, Computational Maths, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Aircraft and Space Structures, Aeroelasticity, Materials for Aerospace.

    Aerospace project (preliminary design of a Narrow Body Single Aisle Turbofan Aircraft) with a colleague.

    Role: mainly technical tasks

    Space mission project-work (Space Debris Inspection with nano-satellites) with other 10 colleagues.Main role: Study Manager and Team Leader


    2009 - 2015

    Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering


    Politecnico di Torino, Torino (Italy) – Final Grade 100/110

    Thesis’ title: “Catalytic Steam Reforming for the aeronautical propulsion refrigeration”

    Bachelor’s main subjects and competence:

    Calculus, Mathematical Analysis and Applied Math, Engineering Drawing, Chemistry, Physics, Aerosystems, Aeropropulsion, Aerostructures, Aerodynamics, Fundamental of Advanced Optics.


    2004 - 2009

    High School Diploma, Scientific studies

    Liceo Maurilio Fossati, Rivoli, Torino, (Italy)


    Work Experience

    20/05/2019 - in progress

    System Engineer in Systems & Quality business area: railway sector (stage)

    Teoresi S.p.A., Torino (Italy)

    International engineering company specialized in consulting, design and development. Tasks:

    - Validation Team member: train, TCMS and signaling subsystems validation activities.

    - Management of Requirements and Regulations related to the Project Quality.

    - Definition of Complex Systems’ Reliability levels.


    2010 - 2013

    Private teaching (High-School Level and University Level) Maths, Geometry, Chemistry


    Personal Skills

    - Mother tongue: Italian

    - Other Languages: English (B1+), German (A1)

    - Languages Certificate: IELTS, 5.0 (English) - 2010

    - In progress: currently I'm attending an English course to prepare FIRST exam (B2)

    - Communication skills: good verbal communication in study and relationship and excellent capacity to motivate people and work together within a team

    - Managerial skills and Organization: leadership (team leader for a student group of 11 people for an academic engineering project). Management experience gained as Study Manager in this project, at Politecnico di Torino.

    -  Digital Competence:

    Competent with most MS Office programs (ECDL's Advanced Excel Spreadsheet certificated)

    basic/intermediate level of simulation programs (Matlab) and programming languages in scientific applications (Python, C, Fortran)

    basic level IBM Doors Database

    academic knowledge of CAD/CAE programs (SolidWorks, CATIA v5, Patran-Nastran)

    in progress: currently I'm attending a Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) course to better deal with database and spreadsheet

    - Other Skills: able to work in Safety and Health (19/6/2019 "Safety and Health on Job" certificated)

    fond of sports, travels, music and foreign cultures

    - Other info on demand: reference letter

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