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     Date Submitted:07-06-2017
     Last Modified:25-07-2017 (03:26)
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     Current job:Physics MS graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsCurious, motivated and enthusiastic, holding a Master in Nuclear and Particles Physics, willing to train and focusing his skills on science and technological environments. Seeking for career progression in a role for science projects, informatics and soft
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    PROFESSIONAL OVERVIEW:

    Curious, motivated and enthusiastic, holding a Master in Nuclear and Particles Physics, willing to train and focusing his skills on science and technological environments. Seeking for career progression in a role for science projects, informatics and software/hardware development for experimentation or within business companies with particular interest in space technology.

    Good relationship management skills, capability to plan work also as leader, able to solve complex and unforeseen problems in stressful conditions for all Customer’s desires.


    CAREER HISTORY:

    10/12/2016 – 24/12/2016

    Training experience at “Riken” Research Center (Wako-Tokyo, Japan)

    Project: Quality and efficiency tests of a matrix consisting of 2304 super bialcali photomultipliers (PMTs) Hamamatsu R11265-M64 for the detector MINI-EUSO on board of the International Space Station (ISS) for the NASA Expedition 52/53. Tests have been carried out through Single Photoelectron Counting mode by using S-curve tool.

    25/11/2016 – 04/12/2016

    Training experience at the APC (laboratoire AstroParticule et Cosmologie) of University Paris “Diderot” (France)

    Project: Integration of a focal surface for the detector MINI-EUSO consisting of: UV matrix sensors (PMTs), ASIC board (SPACIROC) front-end electronics, Zynq board (Xilinx) read-out electronics. The focal surface will be integrated inside the payload which will be launched in the second half of 2017.

    12/06/2006 - 23/06/2006

    Informatic Training Stage at Laboratori Nazionali di Fisica Nucleare (INFN-Frascati)

    Project: “PROJECT AND MANAGEMENT UNDER UNIX OS OF A BIG DATA SYSTEM ABOUT 1200 TERABYTE” in which I started to become familiar with Linux OS, data management and programming.

    2009 - 2012

    Frascati Library Manager

    Loaning, return and cataloging of texts

    Organization of several events of social environments

    Person in charge of the head office

    2004 - 2012

    Waiter at some local private restaurants


    EDUCATION:

    2013 – 2016

    Master Degree in Nuclear and Particles Physics at

    Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” with mark 110/110 cum laude

    Title: “INTEGRATION OF MINI-EUSO DETECTOR ON BOARD OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION FOR UV EMISSION STUDY FROM EARTH”

    Acquired skills during the two-year education: Advanced theoretical knowledge in Particles, Nuclear and Space Physics, practical and theoretical knowledge on detector (gaseous and solid state: RPC, diamonds, PMTs, Calorimeters), characterization of Front-end and Read-out electronics, Processors programming, knowledge about detecting technics for rare processes and basic knowledge on Space Science.

    2008 – 2012

    Bachelor degree in Physics at Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”

    Title: “DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPRESSION ALGORITHMS FOR JEM-EUSO EXPERIMENT ON BOARD OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION”

    Technical skills in bit stream, data storage and management for space missions

    Implementation of LZW lossless algorithms with quality tests on real DATA from Pamela space mission (INFN – Roma 2)


    TECHNICAL SKILLS:

    Programming language known: FORTRAN 95 (1 yrs),  C (0.5 yrs), bash (2 yrs),  MATLAB (0.5 yrs), ROOT software CERN (0.5 yrs), GEANT 4 (0.5 yrs)      

    Microsoft Office suite (ECDL)

    Latex

    Oscilloscope & Signal generator

    Windows e Unix OS

    Operational Amplifier

    Advanced technical knowledge of photomultiplier


    PERSONAL:

    Excellent leadership and organizational skills acquired during years, covering social roles like: 

    Student and provincial Consulta representative at Liceo Scientifico Bruno Touschek in Grottaferrata (2005/2006 e 2006/2007);

    Technical manager as a volunteer at le Special Olympics for disable people ( Frascati - 2011; Fiuggi – 2009).

    Excellent writing skills: winner of the first prize in literary competition “…di luce e d’ombra” (2006) at Liceo Artistico James Joyce in Ariccia; 

    Discrete expertise in the realization of wooden and wicker objects;

    Interests: Martial Arts (Tai-ji-quan), Prog-Rock music, Hiking, drawing, books, farming and cooking;

    Languages: Native Italian, Advanced English-level C1 (certificate attached), elementary French.

    References available on request

     

     


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