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     Date Submitted:13-01-2020
     Last Modified:13-01-2020 (12:39)
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     Current job:Product Assurance Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsSenior Product Assurance manager space division


    University degree in Physics (specialization in electronics) at the Roman University "La Sapienza" (graduation in May 1997). Title of the thesis: "Phenomena induced by high electric fields on the characteristics of polycrystalline silicon TFT (thin film transistors)", with maximum degree (110 of 110).

    High School degree at the 16th Technical and Industrial State Institute in Rome in electronics with maximum degree (60 of 60).

    Military service expleted.

    From June 1985 to October 1987 employed by SIEMENS S.p.A. in Rome as electronic technician for the installation, testing and client's instruction on complex electro-medical devices (computer tomography and nuclear magnetic resonance).

    From October 1987 to June 1988 employed by SIP S.p.A. (Italian telephone company) in Rome as technician of the Group for Reorganization of Telecommunications.

    From June 1988 to May 1995 employed by ELETTRONICA S.p.A. in Rome as electronic technician for functional tests of electronic military systems.

    From May 1995 to May 1997 full-time student in order to complete the University studies in Physics begun in November 1988 as working student.

    From May 1997 to November 1998 free-lance cooperation with the Institute for Solid State Electronics I.E.S.S. of the C.N.R. (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italian State Research Counsil) in the research on polycrystalline silicon TFT device physics (in continuation of the research work for the thesis which has been made in the same Institute).

    From November 1988 to May 2000 employed by COSMED srl in Rome as quality control manager for electro medical devices (pulmonary function equipment).

    Since June 2000 employed by Thales Alenia Space Italy S.p.A. as Product Assurance Manager (P.A.M).

    As P.A.M in Thales Alenia Space Italy I have been personally involved in the following Satellite / International Space Programs:

    Sicral 1 (Italian military program), as Satellite P.A. manager

    Atlantic Bird 1, as Satellite P.A. manager I was involved in the test campaign in Toulouse and in the launch campaign in Kourou, the customer was Eutelsat

    Sicral 1B (Italian military program), as Satellite P.A. manager

    RadarSat customer Canadian Space Agency asm P.A. manager

    Marsis part of the Mars Express project (customer ESA) as P.A. manager

    Sharad part of the MRO project (customer Nasa/JPL), as P.A. manager

    Cosmo Skymed customer ASI (Italian space agency) as P.A. manager

    BEPIColombo customer (ESA) as P.A. manager

    Actually I am the Thales Alenia Space P.A. manager responsible of a group of 5 P.A. managers and 4 RAMS experts working on the “Galileo Fully Operative capability System project” part of the overall Galileo project, the customer is ESA.

    Good experience in sub-contractors monitoring with direct contact with the following companies:


    COM-DEV Canada


    DASA now AIRBUS,

    Sener Space division

    RYMSA (Sener group)

    SAAB-ERICSSON Space Division

    Galileo AVIONICA Milano Space Division (now Leonardo)

    Galileo Avionica Firenze (now Leonardo)

    Thales communication

    Boeing Space division

    Lockheed Martin space division

    Cobham microwave

    Astro SPACE

    SAFT Space Division

    Fokker Space Division

    GMV Space division

    Zeiss Jena Space Division

    Deimos Space Division






    Good knowledge of the operating systems Windows, Mac-OS, UNIX and the programming languages C, Basic, Fortran.

    Good English and German.

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