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     Date Submitted:01-02-2020
     Last Modified:01-02-2020 (07:23)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer - space and propulsion system orientation
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors

    Aerospace Engineer specialized in Space and Propulsion systems at Polytechnic of Turin.


    Education and training


    March 2019 --- September 2019

    Research Fellow at University of Denver, Colorado.

    I worked on my Master’s Thesis project: “Optimization of a Mars Sample Return Mission: Mars Ascent Vehicle Design”.

    Main focus of my research is related to the study of a design optimization for a potential Mars Ascent Vehicle (MAV) involved in an unmanned Sample Return Mission (MSR), considering two different solutions: a two-stage solid rocket, and a two-stage hybrid rocket. I analyzed the rocket structure in terms of different technical aspects needed to accomplish the goals of the sample return mission. My study is contextualized in the global scenario of the ESA architecture for a MSR mission.


    October 2017 --- December 5, 2019

    Master’s Degree in Aerospace engineering, Space and Propulsion System orientation, at Polytechnic of Turin (Final grade: 102/110).

    Selected Courses:          Aeroelasticity / Space flight mechanics / Design of space mission and space system / Space propulsion / Advance aerospace propulsion / Aerogasdynamic

    /Aeronautical structures / Structures for space vehicles / Aerospace vehicle design and system/ Aeronautical motors/ Aero gas dynamic/Modeling, simulation and experimentation of aerospace systems/


    November 2017 --- October 2019

    I worked in DIANA Team, a student Team of Polytechnic of Turin. My task concerned the FEM analysis and Cad design of a rocker-bogie system for a Rover prototype, with potential applications on Mars. The Rover competed in the European Rover Challenge ERC 2019 in Starachowice, Poland. Previously, I have competed with other members team in the ERC 2018, Poland.


    September 2014 --- September 2017

    Bachelors’ Degree in Aerospace engineering at Polytechnic of Turin, with Thesis project in “Study of stress phenomena of composite materials in aerospace and space applications”. Aim of my Thesis was the study of different behaviors of composite materials, such as panels and wings, during stress tests and how to prevent failure through levels of tolerance, concerning different philosophies employed in the aerospace sector.


    September 2010 --- June 2014

    High school diploma, Technical Surveyor Institute “Fermi Galilei”, Ciriè (Italy).


    Language Skills

    Italian: Mother tongue

    English: B2 Level - IELTS 6.5 Certificate: Listening: 6.0 / Reading: 7.0 / Writing: 5.5 / Speaking: 6.5

    French: A2 Level


    Computer Skills

    ECDL European Computer Driving License

    C, C++ language: Advanced user

    Solidwork: Advanced user

    Autocad for Cad Design: Advanced user

    Matlab: Advanced user

    MSC Patran Nastran for FEM analysis: Advanced user

    GMAT Software: Advanced user

    Adams: Preliminary knowledge

    CATIA V5: Advanced user


    Publications and Conferences

    March 7-14, 2020, IEEE International Aerospace Conference, Montana Big Sky, Montana, USA

    Attending the 41st IEEE Aerospace Conference with the Paper presentation “Mars Sample Return Mission: Mars Ascent Vehicle Propulsion Design”

    May 8, 2019, University of Denver, Colorado, USA

    DU Research Symposium and Scholarship Showcase

    Based on my Master Thesis project, I’ve presented in my research abstract the analysis of a Mars sample return mission, through the Mars Ascent Vehicle optimization.

    November 30, 2019, University of Genoa, Italy

    Space Economy: L’Oro dello Spazio

    Attended the conference about the New Space Technologies and applications in the space sectors.

    European Space Talks, in collaboration with: ESA, University of Genoa, Leonardo Company, Telespazio: a Leonardo and Thales company.


    Certificate and Licenses

    Pegasus AWARD-  Statement of recognition of a special Achievement through Working Abroad for academic Research or industrial Development projects

    ERC 2018 European Rover Challenge Certificate of Attendance, Starachowice, Poland

    Lifeguard Certificate- SNS Società Nazionale di Salvamento (Rescue National Society)

    Swimming instructor- FIN Federazione Italiana Nuoto (Swimming National Federation)

    BLSD Basic Life Support Defibrillation- ANPAS Piemonte

    16.00x: Introduction to Aerospace Engineering: Astronautics and Human Spaceflight-MITx on edX

    Driver license-B type


    Sports and interests

    I have been doing sport since I was a child. I swam at competitive level. I am a lifeguard and a swimming instructor. I teach in a swimming pool as a member of the Italian National Federation.

    I have been a boy scout for twelve years.

    I crossed swimming the Strait of Messina in September 2014 (time 00 57’ 40’’).

    I like climbing on rock and ice in the mountains, and also trek on different routes. I do racing bike and mountain bike on long distances.

    My main interest focus in the scientific field, especially build engineering devices, and all that manual and model-making.

    My favorite pastime is experiment, test and validate rockets models and chemical propulsion samples, as a proof of my studies.


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