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     Date Submitted:16-09-2019
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     Current job:Space Engineering MSc graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, ,
     KeywordsAbout me:versitile in job, ambituous for my career, enthusiastic towards the company. Language skills: Italian, English and Spanish. Software skills: Matlab, Simulink, Python, Spice, Spenvis, CAD software like Solid Edge, Inventor, Solid Works, Office pac
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    Education
    2016-2019, Master of Science Master of Science Degree in SPACE ENGINEERING at POLITECNICO DI MILANO. Thesis title: Calibration Techniques for the Bistatic Radar for LEO Survey of Space Debris. Main exams: Payload and Satellite Design, Dynamics and Control of Space Structures, Launch Systems, Orbital Mechanics, Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics and Control, Space Physics, Aerothermodynamics.
    2012 - 2016, Bachelor Bachelor’s Degree in AEROSPACE ENGINEERING at POLITECNICO DI MILANO. Main exams: Structural Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Dynamics of Aerospace Systems, Fluid-dyanimics, Physics of Waves.
    2007 - 2012, Diploma Scientific High School at ISTITUTO GIOVANNI GANDINI (Lodi, Italy).
    Language Skills  Italian Written: Mother tongue - Spoken: Mother tongue  English Written: Excellent - Spoken: Excellent Certifications: TENG TOEIC PET EFCELT (C1 level)  Spanish Written: Fair - Spoken: Mother tongue
    Software Skills Operating Systems  Windows CAD Systems  Inventor  Solid Edge  Solid Works Programming Languages  Matlab  Python Software  Simulink  Spice  COMSOL  Spenvis  Office Package
    Publications 2014  A. Boldini ; C.A. Gonano ; F. Grimaccia ; M. Mussetta ; A. Niccolai ; R. Sgambati ; R.E. Zich 2014 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium (APSURSI).

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    During my studies in Politecnico di Milano I have done lots of projects both individually and with my collegues in different branches of engineering. Below a list of the main ones. 2014 I have contributed to the estimation of the performance of SNO algorithm in the attempt of obtaining a certain radiation pattern of some antennas configuration. A publication is available online. In the same year me and one of my collegues have studied the gyroscopic motion first writing the equation of motions and then physically building the system in order to apply the theory. During the course of aerospace systems I was required to analyse a pressurization system and a hydraulic one. In Simulink environment I have studied the equations of motion of a Boeing 747 trying to control automatically yaw and vertical motion by an altitude hold autopilot. 2015 During flight dynamics course, a project on Cessna 550 Citation II has been developed; simulations have been performed in Matlab environment to estimate its performance. In the same year, a space project that aimed to an orbital transfer manoeuvre that allowed the minimization of impulses was done. The launcher ARIANE V has been analysed and some simulation on its performance have been computed in Matlab environment. 2017 Orbital mechanics project with two objectives: a rendezvous manouvre with asteroid OLJATO and then a flyby around Mars necessary to complete the transfer between Jupiter and Venus (Matlab environment). A design of a payload (called CYCLOPS) that is able to explore and investigate the environment of Mars in order to understand its geology, atmosphere and habitability potential. Main software used are Matlab, Inventor and Spenvis. 2018 Preliminary design of Arion, a rocket-based airborne launch system whose purpose is to inject a 400kg payload into a LEO orbit (at 800km altitude). Matlab environment. Project on the attitude dynamics and control of a 6U cubesat orbiting around the Earth at 800 Km (LEO orbit). Simulink environment. 2019 Master Degree thesis: Calibration Tecniques for the Bistastic Radar for Leo Survey of Space Debris. Software involved Matlab, Python, Spice. Personal Interests I play indoor freediving competitevely with Sporting Lodi team. In 2019 I also obtained a bronze medal in the national absolute championship in Dynamic With No Fins speciality. I’m also an amateur freediver into the sea with a regular license. I play scuba diving (with tanks) with license for both recreational and technical dives. I’m certified to go underwater up to -50 meters and to use hyperoxygenated mixtures for decompression. I have also done basic courses for first aid with defibrillator and administration of pure oxygen (I have licenses for both of them).


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