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     Date Submitted:24-07-2019
     Last Modified:27-08-2019 (09:20)
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     Current job:System engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsAerospace engineer with experience in structural analysis and space systems engineering. Great concerning about the exponentially growing number of space debris and willing to continue working on related international projects.




    Aerospace engineer specialised in space systems with experience in structural analysis and system engineering applied to space projects in an international environment. Currently seeking for a job position in the space field to contribute with the gained experience and continue professionally growing.

    Great concern about the exponentially growing number of space debris and, therefore, willing to participate in projects focused on the removal of these potentially dangerous objects for the future of the space activities.






    05/2018 – 07/2019

    Colleferro (Italy)

    Avio project trainee as System Engineer with the ASTRI Programme

    Avio SpA


    Application of system engineering to develop Phase 0 and A of the Vega Space System project, which is intended to recursively extend the space transportation service offered by Vega family.

    Define mission requirements, by deriving mission objectives through Concept of Operations and Functional Analysis.

    Perform system feasibility and preliminary design for the system elements.

    Other contributions: participation in the elaboration of technical documentation for ESA initiatives regarding the current important topic "Space Debris Removal", together with other In-Orbit Services.


    04/2017 – 05/2018

    Madrid (Spain)

    Space Structures Analysis Internship

    Instituto Universitario de Microgravedad "Ignacio Da Riva" (IDR) – Technical University of Madrid (UPM)


    Structural analysis of an equipment for Chang'E4, complying with ECSS standards and mission specifications.

    Development of procedures for the use of Superelements with NASTRAN/PATRAN.

    Training in Optimization and Correlation of structural models with NASTRAN/PATRAN.


    02/2016 – 03/2017

    Madrid (Spain)

    Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

    Gestair Maintenance


    Search for technical information in specialised documentation.

    Application of Lean Management.

    Preparation and control of aircraft maintenance inspections.





    09/2016 – 09/2018

    Madrid (Spain)

    Master’s Degree in Space Systems

    Instituto Universitario de Microgravedad "Ignacio Da Riva" (IDR) - UPM


    Thesis: “Feasibility of application of Vega Space System to the Extended Orbital Experience” in Avio SpA with the ASTRI Programme.

    Case Study I: "Experimental study of the angular geometric distortions caused during the manufacture of composite parts with ALM tools".

    Case Study II: "Reduction of structural models through Superelements with NASTRAN/PATRAN".

    Case Study III: "Space instruments structural optimisation with NASTRAN/PATRAN".



    Madrid (Spain)

    Concurrent Engineering Challenge organized by ESA

    European Space Agency / Politecnico di Torino / Technical University of Madrid (IDR /

    University of Strathclyde


    Moon mission design applying the Concurrent Engineering methods. Fast preliminary sizing of the mission and the system through the iteration and sharing of the technical parameters between the different disciplines by exploiting the capabilities of the Concurrent Design Facility (CDF).


    09/2010 – 09/2016

    Madrid (Spain)

    Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering – Specialisation in Aerospace Vehicles

    Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Aeronaútica y del Espacio (ETSIAE) – Technical University of Madrid (UPM)


    Academic achievements: Special Mention in Aeronautical Structures

    Thesis: "Design, Analysis, Manufacturing and Testing of an Aeronautical Structure of Composite Material"





    Mother tongue


    Foreign languages(s)

    English: Level C1/C2

    Italian: Level A2/B1


    Strong teamwork skills developed thanks to the collaboration and multidisciplinary feature of space projects.

    Time management gained by means of the development of simultaneous projects, organising the production and delivery of results and prioritising the workload in order to meet the deadlines.

    Elaboration of technical documentation and presentation for review.

    Communication skills developed through the information exchange between the different members of the projects, departments and external companies/entities, as well as in multiple languages thanks to the internationalisation of the space projects.

    Able to resolve problems and propose solutions in order to meet requirements.

    Flexible and willing to travel.

    Computer skills

    NASTRAN/PATRAN | MATLAB/Simulink | Microsoft Office | CATIA V5 | GMAT | STK | ESATAN | Fortran | ANSYS Fluent






    "Simulation of the Lian-Hé satellite power subsystem under typical LEO mission requirements", ResearchGate (2018).

    "Experimental study of the angular geometric distortions caused during the manufacture of composite parts with ALM tools", 1st Astronautical Science and Technology International Academic Forum, 16-20 August 2017, Beijing, China.


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