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 Date Submitted:13-09-2014
 Last Modified:14-09-2014 (02:08)
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 Current job:Space Engineer
 Employment Term:Either
 Job location:Anywhere
 Date available:within a month
 Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
 KeywordsSystem Engineer, Software Engineer and Project Engineering Manager for the space electro-optical payloads
CV
Curriculum Vitae 
 
Work experience
 
Since July 2011
System Engineer and Project Engineering Manager for the space electro-optical payloads at Selex ES (formerly Selex – Galileo, a Finmeccanica Company), v. A. Einstein 35, 50013, Campi Bisenzio, Firenze, Italy
 
System engineer of the FLORIS payload for the FLEX mission (ESA candidate mission for the Earth Explorer 8), phase A/B1.
Activities: management and coordination of technical project, system trade off, detailed performance analysis, requirements management, analysis and specification of subsystems, sub-contractors coordination, breadboard development and test activities.
 
January 2010 – July 2011
System and Software Engineer at CGS S.p.A (formerly Carlo Gavazzi Space, an OHB Company), v. Gallarate 150, 20151, Milano, Italy
 
System and software engineer in the frame of the ESA/ESOC contract for SSA “System Support for SSA Requirements Analysis - Part I: Feasibility study of an innovative system for debris surveillance in LEO regime” (SARA – Part I).
Activities: study of the space debris and NEO population, optical and radar astronomic observation systems study, simulation of space debris observations from a telescope or a radar, orbit determination.
 
System engineer in the frame of the ESA/ESOC contract for SSA “TELAD - Telescope Analysis and Design”.
Activities: preliminary design of a ground telescope for the space debris and NEO observations (system trade off, thermo-structural analysis, electro-optical design analysis, dynamic system design).
 
Publications
L. Cibin, M. Chiarini, A. Milani, F. Bernardi, R. Ragazzoni, G.M. Pinna, I. Zayer, P.M. Besso, A. Rossi, F.Villa: “Wide Eye Debris telescope allows to catalogue objects in any orbital zone”, Memorie delle Società Astronomica Italiana, vol.20 (2012)
 
L. Cibin, M. Chiarini, A. Bertoli, F. Villa, L. Dimare, D. Farnocchia, F. Bernardi, A. Milani, G.M. Pinna, I. Zayer, P.M. Besso, R. Ragazzoni, and A. Rossi: “A dynamic observation concept as a key point for an enhanced SSA optical network”, Proceedings of the European Space Surveillance Conference, 7-9 June 2011, Madrid, Spain.
 
Education and training
July 2010 Master Degree in Space Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, with final marks of 99 / 110.
Thesis: “Feasibility study of an innovative surveillance system for space debris observations in LEO based on optical telescopes”. Advisor: Prof.ssa M. Lavagna, in collaboration with Carlo Gavazzi Space (CGS) S.p.A., Milano, Italy.
 
September 2006 Bachelor Degree in Aerospace Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, with final marks of 101 / 110.
Thesis: “Preliminary project of an ISRU on the Moon”. Advisor: Prof.ssa M. Lavagna.
 
Languages
Italian Mother tongue
English Fluent reading, writing and verbal skills
French Basic reading, writing and verbal skills
 
Computer skills
OS: Linux and Microsoft Windows
Computation: MATLAB (including Simulink), Mathcad
Publishing: LaTeX, Beamer, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Power Point)
Engineering: MSC Nastran
Graphics and CAD: AutoCAD, Solid Edge, SolidWorks
Pre / post-processing: Femap, Femlab
Orbital propagation: STK (Matlab – STK interface)
Image Processing: ENVI (ENVI – IDL interface)
 
Social and organizational skills
Highly motivated and challenge oriented. Good communication and negotiation skills.
Strong attitude to work in group and in a new and multi-cultural environment gained through the participation to space international projects.
Ability to find solutions to problems, acquired through my scientific education.

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