01100 Viterbo, Italy
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From February 2019
Nextdeal Srl, Rome, Italy
Application manager and Zoho developer
Customization and automation of Zoho products through the Deluge programming language
Sept. 2018 – May 2019
St. Thomas International School, Viterbo, Italy
Science and geography teacher for 6th and 7th grade (in English)
CYGAM Energy, Rome, Italy
Geologist and GIS mapper
Geological reports and maps, balanced geological cross-sections, GIS mapping of exploration data. Seismic interpretation, well logs interpretation, geological evaluation of permits, permitting.
University of Roma Tre, Rome, Italy – GIS Lab, Department of Geology
3D geological modeling, GIS mapping. Structural analysis for the new national geological cartography project (CARG); teaching assistant during field-geology trips. Technical English teacher at the GIS Master’s course.
Alpine Ocean Seismic Survey Ltd., Norwood, NJ, USA
Post-processing and elaboration of georeferenced side-scan data from New York’s Bay sea bottom;
analysis and geological description of core samples from New York’s Bay sea bottom
Università di Roma Tre, Rome, Italy – Department of Geology
Research topic: tectonics
Tasks: field geology and structural analysis; balanced geological sections; geological mapping.
Teaching assistant during field-geology trips
Spea – Ingegneria Europea S.p.A. (Italian Highways)
In-tunnel and surface field geology and structural analysis during the excavation of 2 pilot tunnels for the construction of a new highway
Don Bosco Italian High School in Cairo, Egypt
Math and Sciences supply teacher
Italian-Egyptian Centre for Architecture and Restoration, Cairo, Egypt
Seminars on engineering geology for engineering and architecture post-graduate students of the University of Cairo: “Structural Problems – Geological Aspects”
Freelance Consultant geologist, Rome, Italy
University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy
Majors: Tectonics, Structural Geology, Field Geology. Advisor: prof. Renato Funiciello
Degree earned: equivalent of a US Master’s degree in Geological Sciences with a thesis on Structural Geology. Transcripts evaluation carried out by fis-web.org, Edmonds, WA, USA.
University of Perugia, Italy
1-week course on “Geometrical and kinematics reconstruction methods applied in structural geology”, held by Chuck Kluth and Joao Keller (Structural Geology Team, Chevron Petroleum)
Rutgers University, NJ, USA
10-day geological field trip in the Fundy Basin, Nova Scotia, Canada with prof. Martha Withjack and prof. Roy Schlische
Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI, USA
2-week post-graduate summer course on “Geological Interpretation and Seismic Analysis” held by prof. M. Withjack (Rutgers University) and others.
University of Leeds, UK
Visiting researcher at the department of Earth Sciences, guest of professor Rob Butler. Drawing balanced cross-sections and helping during structural geology exercise classes.
Computer: Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint). Also familiar with Apple iWork and ACD Canvas graphics software. Worked on ArcGIS, IHS Kingdom; in the past with 3D Move and GoCAD.
Languages: Native Italian. Proficient English (TOEFL 630/660 and TWE 5.5/6.0 in 2002, continuing improvement)
Martha O. Withjack, Professor, Rutgers University, NJ, USA – email@example.com
Robert Mecarini, President, Alpine Ocean Sesimic Survey, NJ, USA – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sveva Corrado, Professor, University of Roma Tre, Rome, Italy – email@example.com
Giuseppe Rigo, President, CYGAM Energy Italia, Rome, Italy – firstname.lastname@example.org
Maurizio Parotto, Professor (ret.), Roma Tre and La Sapienza Univ., Rome, Italy – email@example.com