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Curriculum Vitae
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Marta Ceccaroni
Via Bregnano 47, 00135 Roma (Italy)
3396697477
[email protected]
http://www.mat.uniroma2.it/~ceccaron/
Skype supercicca1
WORK EXPERIENCE
11/2012–Present
Early Stage Researcher for Astronet-II
Department of Mathematics, Univerità degli studi di Roma "Tor Vergata", Rome (Italy)
Postdoc (Co.Co.Co.)
Research Projects:- Dissipative Effects on Attitude Dynamics in rotational models- Missions to
asteroids
Attendance of periodical Astronet-II schools (every 6 months approx)
Lecturer and Examiner: Lectures for the Celestial Mechanics course of the Master degree in
mathematics and exam invigilation
Examiner: Examiner for the Celestial Mechanics Course of the Master Degree in Mathematics.
Supervisor for graduands: Supervision of preparation for the final graduating thesis of Master students
in Mathematics: Supervision, advice, correction, general help and guidance.
Website setting, creation of logos and it services
Reviewer:
- Journal Planetary and Space Science, Elsevier
- Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, Springer
- Advances in Space Research, Elsevier
31/03/2014–07/06/2014
Internship
University of Surrey, Guildford, (United Kingdom)
Internship at the University of Surrey, with prof. Phil
Palmer and prof. Mark Roberts.The internship focused on the w.p. 1.4 (missions to asteroids).
Content: investigate the influence of solar Gravity and Solar Radiation pressure on the rotational
equilibria generated by an asteroid modeled as three point masses. In addiction understanding and
developing the so called polyhedron model for the asteoids, which will be used jointly with other
partners of the net.
2013
Intenship
Politecnico di Milano, Milano (Italy)
Internship weeks (sparse during 2013) in Polimi, with prof. Franco Bernelli Zazzaera (Polimi) and prof.
Camilla Colombo (Southampton University). Content: Work on the dissipative eects due to a viscous
drag. Setting the equation of motion, the derivation in action angle variables which however are
probably not convenient for the study, thus introduction of the sets of variables analogous to the polar
nodal for the orbital case.
21/09/2011–21/01/2012
Ariadna Fellow
European Space Agency (ESA) - ESTEC, (Netherlands)
Ariadna Study: Analytical perturbative theories of motion in highly inhomogeneous gravitational
fieldsJoined research project with ACT Advanced Concepts Team, financed by esa
9/12/14
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Curriculum Vitae
01/09/2005–31/12/2005
Marta Ceccaroni
It tutor
Department of Mathematics, University of Roma Tre, Roma (Italy)
Supplementary explanations and exercises for the Informatic course of the bachelor degree in
Mathematics
01/09/2003–30/09/2003
High School Lecturer in Mathematics
Liceo Scientifico Louis Pasteur, Rome (Italy)
High School Lecturer for supplementary courses: Mathematics Lectures/ Exercising
01/09/2003–31/10/2009
Private lecturer
Rome (Italy)
Private Lessons in Mathematics, Physics and Basic English for high school students
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
01/11/2014–Present
Second Level Post Graduate course in Science and Space
Technology
Department of Mathematics,Università di Roma "Tor Vergata", Rome (Italy)
Master topics: Universe and Solar system exploration, Cosmology, Astrobiology, Solar Physics,
Plasma physics, Space exploration, Space Missions, Data processing, Space flight dynamics, EU
Projects, Celestial Mechanics, Numerical methods for astronomy, Earth Observation, On board
instrumentations, Scientific coding, Managment Strategies, European Projects.
The master will also provide a 3 months to 1 year work experience in a space company among the
partners of the master.
01/10/2009–01/11/2012
Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Gralsgow, (United
Kingdom)
PhD project: “The Low Thrust Restricted Four Body Problem”Final Thesis title: “Natural and perturbed
dynamics about Trojan bodies”▪ Functional analysis, non linear dynamics, dynamical systems theory,
stability analysis, non-linear control theory
Thesis supervisor: James Biggs
02/2013–05/2013
Post doctoral Course on KAM theory
Department of Mathematics, University of Roma Tre, Rome (Italy)
2006–2008
Master Degree in mathematics: Differential Equations and
Functional Analysis
Department of Mathematics, University of Roma Tre,, Rome (Italy)
Thesis title: “The Weak Stability Boundary”
Final Marks: 110/110 cum laude
Functional analysis, non linear dynamics, dynamical systems theory, stability analysis, non-linear
control theory
Graduation Date 26th Feb 2009
Thesis supervisor: Luca Biasco
2003–2006
Bachelor Degree
Department of Mathematics, University of Roma Tre, Roma (Italy)
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Final Marks: 110/110 cum laudeGraduation Date 28th Feb 2007
1998–2003
High School Diploma
Liceo Scientifico Louis Pasteur, Rome (Italy)
Final Marks: 100/100
PERSONAL SKILLS
Mother tongue(s)
Italian
Other language(s)
English
UNDERSTANDING
SPEAKING
Listening
Reading
C2
C2
WRITING
Spoken interaction
Spoken production
C2
C2
C2
First Certificate in English
3 years living in uk
Levels: A1/A2: Basic user - B1/B2: Independent user - C1/C2: Proficient user
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Communication skills
Excellent communication skills gained through my experience in the numerous conferences attended
(see publications/conferences list)
Visual comunication skills:
project and realisation of the Astronet-II Logo (http://www.mat.uniroma2.it/~locatell/school1-astro...)
some graphics on the webstite of the Astrondynamics group of Tor Vergata
(http://www.mat.uniroma2.it/Astro/index.php)
Organisational / managerial skills
Good event organization skills:
co-organization of the AstroNet-II training schools
(http://www.ieec.cat/astronet2/portal/content/34/1s...)
co-organization of the Asteroid workshop and organization of the exercise session of the workshop
(http://ats.midori-yama.pl/)
Job-related skills
Journal Papers
November 2014 Ceccaroni M, Celletti A.: Some models for the description of the attitude dynamics
Rendiconti di Matematica, Serie VII Volume 35, Roma (2014), 1-30 (in print)
July 2014 Bucciarelli S., Ceccaroni M., Celletti A., Pucacco G.: Qualitative and analytical results of the
bifurcation thresholds to Halo orbits. Annali di Matematica Pura e Applicata (submitted)
January 2013 Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D.: Analytic perturbative theories in highly inhomogeneous
gravitational fields. Icarus, Volume 224, Issue 1, p. 74-85. DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2013.01.007
December 2012 Марта Чеккарони, Франческо Бискан2, Джеймс Биггс: АНАЛИТИЧЕСКИЙ
МЕТОД ДЛЯ ВОЗМУЩЕННОЙ “ЗАМОРОЖЕННОЙ” ОРБИТЫ ВОКРУГ АСТЕРОИДА С
СИЛЬНО НЕОДНОРОДНЫМ ГРАВИТАЦИОННЫМ ПОЛЕМ: ПЕРВОЕ ПРИБЛИЖЕНИЕ
АСТРОНОМИЧЕСКИЙ ВЕСТНИК, 2014, том 48, № 1, с. 1–15 DOI: 10.7868/S0320930X14010034
December 2012 Ceccaroni, M., Biscani, F., Biggs, J. D.: Analytical method for perturbed frozen orbit
around an Asteroid in highly inhomogeneous gravitational fields: a first approach Solar System
Research (2014) 48: 33-47 , January 01, 2014. DOI: 10.1134/S0038094614010031
April 2012 Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D., Biasco, L.: Analytic estimates and topological properties of the
weak stability boundary Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, Volume 114, Issue 1-2 , pp 124. DOI: 10.1007/s10569-012-9419-x
November 2011 Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D.: Low-thrust propulsion in a coplanar circular restricted
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four body problem Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, Volume 112, Issue 2 (2012), Page
191-219. DOI: 10.1007/s10569-011-9391-x
Conference Papers:
October 2012 Ceccaroni, M., Biscani, F., Biggs,J.D.: Analytical perturbative theories of motion in
highly inhomogeneous gravitational fields. IAC2012 – International Astronautical Congress - (Naples)
Paper ID: IAC-12,C1,7,6,x14267
October 2011 Ceccaroni, M., Biggs,J.D.: Nonlinearly stable equilibria in the Sun-Jupiter-TrojanSpacecraft four body problem. IAC2011 – International Astronautical Congress - (Cape Town) Paper
ID: IAC-11,C1,4,9,x11300
October 2010 Ceccaroni, M., Biggs,J.D., McInnes, C.: Extension of low thrust propulsion to the
coplanar circular restricted four body problem with applications to future trojan asteroids missions.
IAC2010 – International Astronautical Congress - (Prague) Paper ID: IAC-12,C1,7,6,x14267
Accepted presentations at Conferences:
July 2014: Ceccaroni M., Bucciarelli S., Celletti A.: Numerical Methods for accurate estimates of Halo
orbits bifurcation value. ICNPAA 2014 Congress, Narvik, Norway.
July 2014: (Invited speaker) Ceccaroni, M.,: Halo orbits bifurcations in the central menifold dynamics
AIMS, Madrid
23rd-28th June 2014 A qualitative analysis of bifurcations to halo orbits Oral presentation at the Third
AstroNet-II school, University of Zielona Gora, Zielona Gora
September 2013: Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D,:Double averaging method for frozen orbits around an
inhomogeneous body (oral presentation) CelMec VI, San Martino al Cìimino
June 2013: Ceccaroni, M: The Restricted Three Body Problem with Stokes Drag. Oral presentation at
the Second AstroNet-II school, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
May 2013: Biggs, J. D, Ceccaroni, M: Application s of dynamical systems Snowbird, Utah USA
February-March 2013: Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D,: Double averaging method for frozen orbits
around an inhomogeneous body (poster) First International Conference on Dynamics of Differential
Equations, Atlanta
October 2012: Ceccaroni, M., Biscani, F., Biggs, J. D.: Analytical Perturbative method for frozen orbits
around the asteroid 433-Eros. IAC2010- International Astronautical Congress - (Naples).
September 2012: Ceccaroni, M., Biscani, F., Biggs, J. D.: Analytical method for perturbed frozen
orbits around an Asteroid in highly inhomogeneous gravitational fields. Analytical methods for celestial
mechanics, St.Petersburg.
June 2011:Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D., Biasco, L.: Some Analytic Estimates of the Weak Stability
Boundary New Trends in Astrodynamics and Applications VI, New York.
June 2011: Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D., Biasco, L.: The Weak Stability Boundary in the Sun-JupiterTrojan-spacecraft four body problem New Trends in Astrodynamics and Applications VI, New York.
October 2011:Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D.: Nonlinearly stable equilibria in the Sun-Jupiter-TrojanSpacecraft four body problem IAC2011 – International Astronautical Congress - (Cape Town).
September/ October 2010: Ceccaroni, M., Biggs, J. D.:Extension of low thrust propulsion to the
Autonomous Coplanar Circular Restricted Four Body problem with application to Future Trojan
Asteroids Missions IAC2010 - International Astronautical Congress - (Prague).
Online Project Reports:
Ariadna Study Report: Analytical perturbative theories of motion in highly inhomogeneous
gravitational fields (11-5201)
http://www.esa.int/gsp/ACT/doc/ARI/ARI Study R...
Astronet-II Report WP. 2.3: Dissipative effects on attitude dynamics.
http://www.maia.ub.es/~gerard/AstroNet-II/Papers/R...
Invited Seminars
October 2014 Let's Talk about the Relegation Algorithm, Mathematics department, Universita degli
Studi di Milano
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April 2014 Natural and perturbed dynamics around Trojan bodies Mathematics department,
Universita degli Studi di Milano.
April 2014 Natural and perturbed dynamics around Trojan bodies Aerospace department, Politecnico
di Milano.
12th Mar. 2013 Natural and perturbed dynamics around Trojan bodies Georgia Institute of technology,
Atlanta (US)
6th February 2013 Natural and perturbed dynamics around Trojan bodies University of Strathclyde,
Glasgow (UK)
29th Jan. 2013 Natural and perturbed dynamics around Trojan bodies University of Roma Tor
Vergata, Rome, (IT)
3rd July 2013 Natural and perturbed dynamics around Trojan bodies University of Glasgow, Glasgow
(UK)
19th December 2011 The Weak Stability Boundaries, University of Roma Tre, Rome (IT)
Honours and awards:
6 September 2013:Gruppo Nazionale di Fisica Matematica, INdAM and Società Italiana di
Meccanica Celeste e Astrodinamica (SIMCA): winning prize “Celestial Mechanics for Planet Earth” for
the best presentation of original research work aimed at safeguarding our planet from potential extraterrestial threats.
30 August 2012:Royal Academy of Engineering, International Travel Grant
10 October 2011:Royal Aeronautical Society of London, Aerospace Speakers' Travel Grants
10 October 2010: Royal Academy of Engineering, International Travel Grant
11 August 2010: European Space Agency, ESA, ESA sponsorship for the IAC2010
10 February 2010: British Interplanetary Society BIS Shortlisted for the BIS sponsorship for the IAC
2010 (5 people among all the UK applicants)
Computer skills
▪ Programming languages: HTML, C, Java▪ Excellent knowledge of the software Mathematica▪
Excellent knowledge of Latex▪ Basic knowledge in the software matlab
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Prof. Giorgilli Antonio
[email protected]
Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy.
Tel 0039-0250316150
Dr. James Biggs
[email protected]
Senior Lecturer at the Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Uk.
Tel.0044-01415745011
Prof. Gerard Gomez
[email protected]
Professor at the Department de Matematica Aplicada i Analisi, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain.
Prof. Biasco Luca
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Marta Ceccaroni
[email protected]
Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Universit\'a di Roma Tre, Italy.
Tel 0039-065733
9/12/14
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