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 Date Submitted:18-11-2012
 Last Modified:22-11-2012 (03:13)
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 Current job:Space Systems Engineering graduate
 Employment Term:Permanent
 Job location:Anywhere
 Date available:within a month
 Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
 KeywordsSystem Engineering, STK 9.0, CATIA V5, Satellite Configuration, Interfaces, System Design, Feasibility Studies, Spacecraft Layout, Budgets Definition, Requirements Analysis, Functional Analysis
CV

 

EDUCATION

Politecnico di Torino,Torino, Italy

Laurea Specialistica (MSc eq.) in Aerospace Engineering, 110/110 cum laude, Mar 2011

Concentration: Space Systems Engineering

TU DELFT, Delft, the Netherlands

Erasmus Exchange Year, Aeronautics and Aerospace Faculty, Sep 2009 – Jul 2010

Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy

Laurea (BSc eq.) in Aerospace Engineering, 110/110 cum laude, Oct 2008

 

EXPERIENCE

Thales Alenia Space (TAS-I),Torino, Italy

PoliTo Research Intern – Systems Mgmt. and Methodologies Dept.,12/11 – 09/12

Created a database of more than 100 innovative technologies for Human Space Exploration (HSE) with targeted analysis to support company strategic decisions

Preliminary mission definition and technical design of the TAS-I proposed space elements within the ESA Human Spaceflight & Exploration Scenario Studies (HSESS)

Supported System Design and Configuration activities on TAS-I Phase-C project European Drawing Rack (EDR) II

Supervised a MS thesis on Radiation Protection and tutor 2 multidisciplinary MS students teams (6 members) within Alta Scuola Politecnica (ASP) projects

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

PoliTo Visiting Researcher – Aeronautics and Astronautics Dept., 02/12 – 06/12

Researched on new methodologies for HSE scenario and mission definition analyses

Studied and evaluated architectures, missions and elements part of an identified technologically incremental HSE scenario towards the first human mission to Mars

Tackled the research, on Dielectric Elastomer (DE) active materials as new technology for a Mechanical Counter-Pressure (MCP) Exploration Space Suit

European Space Agency (ESA), ESTEC,Noordwijk, the Netherlands

System Engineer Intern, Human Spaceflight Dept. (HSE-ETS), 09/10 – 01/11

Studied (Pre-Phase A equivalent) for the first time a human space mission to a Near Earth Asteroid (NEA) through mission definition, requirements identification, functional analysis, concepts and architectures investigation

Preliminary designed elements and subsystems

 

COMPUTER SKILLS

Desktop Applications: Microsoft Office, FreeMind

Languages: Matlab

Softwares: Catia V5 (CAD), STK 9.0                

LANGUAGE

English (fluent), French (intermediate), Spanish (intermediate), Italian (native language)

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Industrial Engineer: Italian Board of Registered Engineers, Sep 2011

STK Certified: AGI Analysis Software for land, sea, air and space, Jul 2012

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

TAS-I Delegate, International Project Management Committee – YoungProfessional (IPMC-YP) Workshop, Sep 2012

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Rural Volunteer, Aldaba Zaharra Organic Farm in Tolosa, Spain, Summer 2011

Moderator, UDU cultural events at Politecnico di Torino (500+attendees), 2008-2011

Organizer, International Students Meetings with TU Delft Rector (125+attendees), 2010

Student Representative, Politecnico di Torino Academic Senate, 2008-2009

Teenager Leader, Municipality’s after school meetings (20+attendees), 2004-2008

Volunteer, Accreditation Office, XX Winter Olympic Games of Torino 2006, 2005-2006

HOBBIES

Sport                      Playing Football, Surfing, Diving (PADI Open Water License)

Music                      Playing Guitar

Travelling               ‘solo’ in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and South Africa


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