International profile Mechanical and Energetic Engineer with more than three years of experience in the automotive field (FIAT-CHRYSLER) and one year of experience in the quality & manufacturing process optimization (PROCTER & GAMBLE).
Perfect cultural broker between European and American culture, with extensive experience in co-development and project management among suppliers (e.g. Bosch, FEV, Magneti Marelli).
Talented focal point for project development and management, with clear view of all the client, supplier and final customer needs and satisfactory factors.
Currently leading and supervising the (Controls and Calibration) technical development aspect of the first Diesel Engine for commercial vehicles in Chrysler Group (NAFTA market).
Previously involved in European and Latin-American projects, for EMEA and LATAM markets.
In Procter & Gamble, strong contribution to the achievement of the 100% Plant Quality rate (starting from 94%) due to the creation of Regional and Global Manufacturing Standard.
-Great interpersonal and communication skills (in four different languages)
-Operating systems: Windows 7, Vista and XP, Linux
I am in charge for:
-On-Board Diagnostics (OBDII) calibration and demonstration activities assistance
-Fleet mileage accumulation activities: support and management
-Powertrain Controls Software requirement specification and development;
-Internal and external verification and validation of all algorithms and software contents: support and supervision;
-Fleet monitoring and tracking of the calibration maturity and issues (e.g. road test support)
-Start Of Production (SOP) phase: assistance in verification phase (End Of Line tests), technical support to Chrysler Manufacturing Engineering and Manufacturing Sites
-After Sales phase: setting of on field software activities, and technical support to the Quality Managers.
Development of Diesel and Gasoline Engine Functions (mainly related to Combustion and Aftertreatment). Advanced re-design for new Diesel aftertreatment systems (at Fiat Research&Technology Centre, June-December 2011).
Management of (two) Engine controller suppliers for co-design and new requirement specification.
Materials, process and quality optimization of a product of the plant. Developed methods to improveme the process reliability and the delivered long term quality (up to 95%). Creation of a Global P&G Manufacturing Standard (for "In House Bottle Blowing").
Energetic Engineer, specifically: researcher on biodiesel optimization process (through an innovative energy recovery from its by-products).
The proposed method allowed to convert part of the otherwise disposed by-products of the process in fuel with high calorific value, resulting in a saving of x CO2 emissions in the environment and a y $ savings for the company.
Class of the Master's Degree in Energetic and Nuclear Engineering.
Graduate with honor ("110 Cum laude" over 110).
Principal subjects: Design, optimization and management of integrated machineries, equipment's and power systems - Energy applications of chemical systems - Sustainable development - Machines fluid-dynamics - Study of internal combustion engines and gas turbines - Acts and procedures to rationalize energy resources - Management and conversion of conventional and alternative energy sources
Thesis fields: Internal combustion engines - Energy applications of chemical systems
Thesis name: “Production and use of biodiesel: study of by-product separation process and utilization in traction”
Scolarships: four (two of those were "International Lifelong Learning Programs" -LLP).
LLP "Socrates/Erasmus": Universidad Politecnica de Valencia (Spain), form January to July 2007.
Principal subjects: Energy technology - Energy and resources - History and evolution of automobile - Spanish
LLP "Placement": Company “Sundance Renewables” (United Kingdom), from June to September 2008.
Principal subjects: Biodiesel production from waste oil – Development and design of sustainable energy systems based on multiple renewable sources (solar, wind, biomass)
Class of the Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Graduate with honor ("110" over 110).
Principal subjects: Mechanical design and analysis - Internal combustion engines design - Applied thermodynamics and chemistry - Materials technology - Electric machines - Oil-dynamics - Design of machines - Automatic controls - Programming languages.
Thesis fields: Internal combustion engines
Thesis name: “Characterization of the flow into the box filter of an internal combustion engine by Laser Doppler Anemometry”
Scolarships: three (one each year).
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