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     Date Submitted:05-09-2019
     Last Modified:06-09-2019 (08:05)
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     Current job:System Engineer - Mission Analysis and Budget Maintenance
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsMission Analysis System budgets System definition Team working Analytical skills Flexibility


    2017 - Present -  System  Engineer - Mission Analysis and Budgets

    OHB Italia S.p.A. - Rome, Italy - Sector: Space Engineering

    Activities and Responsibilities:

    Currently responsible for:

    System Budgets development and maintenance;

    Performing Mission Analysis and definition of Mission Constraints;

    “System Budgets Document”, “Mission Analysis Report” and “Space/Ground ICD” editing and maintenance;

    Supporting verification activities.


    Previously involved in:

    Support to “Mission Analysis Report” and “Budgets Document” maintenance

    Interaction with Mission Planning SS and Flight Dynamics SS for “Attitude Guidance Generation Tool” development, optimization and test

    Support to “In Orbit Test Scenarios” definition


    Achievements:  Strong knowledge on astrodynamics, Flight Dynamics, system budgets principles and development, analysis tools. I gained skills on communication protocols , ground operations, mission operation concepts, overall System Definition as well as requirements management, and mission analysis issues related to Optical Satellites.

    2015 - 2017 - Test Engineer

    Gelco S.p.A. - Viterbo, Italy - -  Sector:   Aerospace and Defence

    Activities and Responsibilities:

    Developing test plans and test procedures for environmental and Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility (EMI/EMC) testing on electronic devices for aerospace and naval applications.

    Taking part of reviews (PDR, CDR, FDR, etc.) with customers.

    Mechanical design (such as vibration fixtures), FEM modal and stress analysis.

    Development of a pressure system for leakage tests to be used on a solid propellant launcher.

    Achievements: I learned how to deal with customers' needs in terms of developing and planning tests, according to international or tailored specifications/requirements. I practiced on writing test plans, test procedures and test data reports. I gained knowledge about temperature sensors (Thermistors, Thermocouples), pressure transducers, signal measurement (loop 4-20 mA). I made practice on fitting my contribution into a team project.

    2013 - 2015 - Assembly, Integration and Test (AIT) Engineer

    IMT s.r.l. - Roma, Italy -

    Sector:   Space Engineering

    The project ERMES aimed at developing a 3U CubeSat (nanosatellite) having on-board a biological experiment made in order to investigate upon yeast respiration under microgravity conditions.

    Activities and Responsibilities:

    Scientific Payload AIT

    Battery pack AIT

    Achievements: I gained knowledge about space test procedures (ECSS) and test documentation. I had experience and acknowledgement about a team working environment.

    2008 - 2013 - Math and physics tutoring

    Milan, Italy

    Viterbo, Italy

    During these years I worked as a private tutor for High School students and University students. This experience allowed me to take advantage of my engineering background as well as training my teaching skills.





    2017 -  II Level Master Degree in Satellite Systems and Services


    Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza", Italy

    Field of study:

    The Master in Satellite Systems and Services of the University of Rome La Sapienza has the purpose to develop high level competences in the space sector, namely in the field of space missions, space systems and services delivered by space systems like telecom, Earth observation, navigation, science. The operative and industrial aspect of the activity is especially considered. Special attention is devoted to innovative technologies as 3D manufacturing.


    Thesis: "Preliminary Design of a Hyperspectral Earth Observation Satellite"

    Preliminary investigation on Platforms for an Hyperspectral Earth Observation Satellite, following a selection based on the compliance with high level customer requirements, and a trade-off between solution selected, based on a set of driving parameters.

    2013 - 2016 - Master's Degree in Space and Astronautical Engineering


    Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza", Italy - Grade: 95/110

    Thesis: "Balancing of an Air-Bearing-Based ACS Test Bed"

    This thesis aims at determine an automatic mass balancing technique, based upon a PD control law, for an Attitude Control System (ACS) Test Bed, and developing an inertia matrix determination technique based on a LSE estimator.

    Simulations have been conducted using Matlab®.


    Main subjects: Space system engineering (Preliminary design of a Spacecraft using 3D CAD tools. Mass, power, link and propellant budget) - Space structures - Orbital mechanics  - Attitude dynamics, determination and control - Statistical orbital determination - Space propulsion - Thermal analysis and control - Electronics  - Aerospace norms and regulations  (Overview of the main European and international regulations for space and aeronautics such as ECSS, MIL STD,...).

    2008 - 2010 - Master's Degree in Space Engineering


    Politecnico di Milano, Italy - Suspended

    Courses attended: Aerodynamics - Modelling and simulation of aerospace systems -  Numerical analysis for differential equations - Aerothermodynamics - Aerospace technologies and materials - Telecommunication systems - Heat transfer and thermal analysis.

    2004 - 2008 - Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering


    Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    Thesis: "Mille e una vela per l'università: ottimizzazione dell'opera viva"

    My thesis focused on the centerboard optimization and realization for a sailing boat.

    The boat raced against boats developed by other Italian universities which took part of the project.



    Main subjects: Calculus - Physics - Numerical analysis - Aerospace dynamics and flight dynamics - Thermodynamic and heat transfer - Aerodynamics - Aerospace structures - Automatics - Aerospace propulsion - Aerospace systems - Electrotechnics - Informatics - Business economics and organization.

    1999 - 2004 - High School Degree


    Liceo Scientifico Paolo Ruffini, Viterbo, Italy

    2004 - Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) - C1


    University of Cambridge ESOL Examination.

    2002 - 2003 - One year abroad as an Exchange Student in U.S.A.


    Grand Haven High School, Grand Haven, Michigan

    I spent the academic year 2002/2003 as an Exchange Student by the Grand Haven High School.

    This experience gave me the chance to satisfy my curiosity about US culture and perfection my English.





    Mother tongue


    C1 Certificate


    A1 Level








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