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     Date Submitted:19-12-2016
     Last Modified:06-06-2017 (12:45)
    Job information
     Current job:Space Engineer, CFD, Propulsion
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsCFD, FORTRAN, C++, Matlab, Simulink, CEA, ADINA, space propulsion, CFD modelling and simulation
    CV

    Nationality: Italian

     

    Desired position:

     

    Space/CFD/Space Propulsion Engineer

    Qualification:

     

    Space and Astronautical Engineering – Master’s degree

     

     

    PERSONAL STATEMENT

    I have recently graduated from the Master’s degree in Space and Astronautical Engineering of “La Sapienza” University in Rome, pursuing the specialization in Launch Vehicles and Space Missions. During my studies, I acquired an in-depth knowledge in different areas such as spacecraft controls, space structures, space missions and gas dynamics, focusing my interest on space propulsion and all thermal processes involved. Also, I had the opportunity to benefit by the experience of my professors who have contributed to design of the Vega launcher.

    I am very hard-working and a fast learner. For instance, when I was doing my thesis, in 5 months, I learnt to manage their home-made CFD software in Linux OS which I’d previously had no experience of using. Also, I learnt to use Tecplot 360 and CEA. Now, I’m looking for a job as an engineer in the space sector.

       

    SKILLS

    CFD Modelling and simulation

    Orbital mechanics

    CEA

    Space propulsion

    FORTRAN

    Fast learning

    Space missions and systems

    C++

    Self-motivated

    Spacecraft control

    MATLAB/Simulink

    Problem-solving

     

     

    EXPERIENCE

    05/2016 – 10/2016

    La Sapienza Università di Roma

    Rome, Italy

     

    Research thesis at Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

    Title: ‘’Influence of pyrolysis laws in numerical simulations of flows in hybrid rocket engines’’

    Main activities and achievements:

    Familiarization with the FORTRAN CFD code designed within the department and with the post-processing software Tecplot 360.

    Validation of the CFD code against the experimental data obtained by the static firing of a label-scale hybrid rocket.

    Sensitivity analysis of the numerical solution to the variation of the parameters of the gas-grain surface model.

    Validation of the simplified reaction mechanism for the HDPE combustion with oxygen

    Analysis of the numerical data in comparison with experimental data

     

     

    EDUCATION

     

    10/2012 – 10/2016

    La Sapienza Università di Roma

    Rome, Italy

     

    Space and Astronautical Engineering – Master’s degree

    Study path: Launch Vehicles and Space Missions [LVSM]

     

    Principal courses:

    Rocket Propulsion, Solid Propulsion Modelling, Liquid Rocket Engines

    Turbopump Systems for Liquid Rocket Engines

    Gas dynamics

    Space Structures

    Orbital Mechanic

    Spacecraft Control

    Launch Systems Flight Mechanics

    Space Missions and Systems

    10/2008 – 10/2012

    Università di Roma Tre

    Rome, Italy

     

    Mechanical Engineering – Bachelor’s degree

     

    Principal courses: Fluid Dynamics, Mechanics Applied to Machines, Thermodynamics and Fluid Dynamics Applied to Machines, Material Science and Technology

     

    Thesis: ‘’The Mach-Froude Analogy’’

    Study of the validity of the fluid dynamics analogy between compressible and incompressible flows with free surface.

    Preliminary project of a water table to exploit the analogy

     

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

     

    LANGUAGES

    Operating systems: Microsoft Windows, Linux.

    Programming languages:  C++, FORTRAN.

    Software: MATLAB/Simulink, Tecplot 360, ADINA, CEA (Chemical Equilibrium with Application)

    Office applications: Word, PowerPoint, Excel

     

    Italian:  mother tongue

    English: Level B2 – I attended an English course at Oxford House College in London from 21st November 2016 to 29th May 2017.

     

    FURTHER INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES

    Interest: photography, reading science and technology online papers.

    Daily sport activity:  swimming, gym workout, running.

     


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