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     Date Submitted:08-07-2019
     Last Modified:08-07-2019 (08:17)
    Job information
     Current job:IT Coordinator in Satellite Earth Observation
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsGNSS, algorithms, software, Remote Sensing, integration, SAR, InSAR, GIS, Earth Observation

    Personal information





    Desired employment


    IT Analyst and Coordinator, Applied Scientist/Engineer, Big-Data Analyst.




     Occupational field


    Research& Development, Geographical Information System (GIS), Satellite Remote Sensing, Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS).


    Main duties


    Development of software applications, IT systems and Geographical Information Systems for commercial and scientific applications.
    Development of interdisciplinary and innovative applications.




    Proven reliability in management of innovative applications (Research & Development) for private companies and for public institutions.



    Work experience







    December 2004 – present


    Occupation or position held


    IT Coordinator and Project Manager for Satellite Earth Observation


    Main activities and responsibilities


    Geomatics, Geodesy, GNSS permanent networks, Remote Sensing, Geospatial Analysis.

    My main activity is the exploitation of GNSS for technical and scientific purposes and its integration with satellite remote sensing data. In particular, I develop applications for geographic scopes concerning global positioning system and geographical reference frames.

    Since 2014 I have been holding the position of a Project Manager in scientific studies in collaboration with Department of Earth Science of the University of Florence, World Centre of Excellence.



    Name  of employer


    Istituto Geografico Italiano, Firenze, Italy.



    Type of business or sector


    National Mapping Agency.




    November 2000 – November2004    


    Occupation or position held


    Project Manager, Analyst and Software Developer for innovative and scientific applications- Research and Development.


    Main activities and responsibilities


    I cover the position of Information Technology Manager and Consultant, developing algorithms, software, store procedures, data mining and managing database systems for commercial companies (Bosch, IMI Web Banca San Paolo, Milan – Compuware S.p.A.).



    Name of employer


    Free lance


    Type of business or sector


    Information Technology







    July 1997 - November 2000


    Occupation or position held


    Geophysicist – Supervisor


    Main activities and responsibilities


    I have been involved in several technical and scientific activities worldwide, including the supervision for the geophysics in the pre-engineering marine survey of ATLANTICA 1 PROJECT, a system of fiber-optic submarine cables across the West Atlantic Ocean (USA, Brazilian, Venezuelan, Bermudan waters).


    Name of employer


    Lighthouse S.p.A. (ex G.A.S. Geological Assistance and Services), Bologna, Italy.


    Type of business or sector


    Applied geophysics, oceanography.




    Education and training



    Title of qualification awarded


    Doctor in Physics with PhD in Earth Sciences

    Name of organization


    University of Bologna and of Florence, Italy.


    Personal skills and competences



    Mother tongue



    Other languages


    English (C1), Spanish (B1), French (A2)

    Social skills and competences


    Capacity to communicate effectively with a wide variety of contacts, to manage relationship with stakeholders, private companies and public institutions.



    Organizational skills and competences


    Proven reliability of organizational skills together with team management of innovative and multi-discipline projects. Competence to deliver a high standard of support to innovative projects.


    Good skills in analytical thinking, problem solving, communication.


    Technical skills and competences


    Scientific expertise with as strong background in physics, mathematics and information technology. Good experience of the satellite technology focused on GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and information technologies, focusing on GIS (Geographical Information System).

    Speaker in international seminars and conferences with authorities, scientific community and services providers.


    Computer skills and competences


    Professional Software Used:


    Programming Language:

    Python, Visual Studio, Fortran, C/C++, Matlab

     PHP, Sql/Plsql (Data Base Manipulation System)

    Operative System Environment: UNIX, Linux, Windows


    Reference letters from:


    UNESCO, Department of Earth Sciences - World Centre of Excellence 2018 of University of Firenze and from International Consortium on Geo-disaster Reduction (ICGdR).

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