CV: Astronomer Researcher
| Date Submitted:||03-04-2012|
| Last Modified:||04-04-2012 (07:17)|
Curriculum Vitae et Studiorum
Marital Status: Married
Date of birth: 29th of December, 1977
Place of birth: Cochabamba
Present Citizenship: Bolivian
06/1999–10/2006 Undergraduate Studies in Physics at the University of Mayor de San Simon, Cochabamba, Bolivia
Thesis: Determination of de Radon 222 decay at heigh Altitude; Supervisor:
Prof. Dr. Oscar Saavedra ( Turin University).
01/2007–31/12/2009 Ph.D. student at the University of Turin, Italy,
Project title: Effects and consequences by the Radiation Damage on the Gaia CCD.
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Mario, Lattanzi.
25/02/2010–25/06/2011 I had been working in the Astronomical Observatory of Turin in the “Characterization Astro-Photometry of the damage radiation at the CCD, located in the focal plane of the astrometric telescope of the Gaia Mission ” “Caratterizzazione astro-fotometrica del danno da radiazione sui CCD del piano focale del telescopio astrometrico della missione Gaia”
Gaia is a ambitious space mission with face one of most difficult and fundamental challenges of the modern Astronomy, Created a precise three-dimensional map of about one billion stars throughout our galaxy and beyond. For other hand, the Earth’s Local space radiation environment, solar events , Interaction of galactic
rays, Etc., normally produce damages in the scientific CCD Device Under these context, the subject of my Ph.D. studies is focused in the determination and study of the damage radiation and the effects that the Gaia
CCD take place under a hostile environmental were high level of radiation are encountered (i.e., having experienced a radiation dose equivalent to the Gaia end-of- mission level, i.e. 4E 9 protons/cm2 ), the analysis had been developed using a real campaign data’s which arrive from diverse experimental tests developed by EAD’S Astrium Company (France).
The study: The radiation damage effects are clearly shown by the evolution, transit by transit, of image spot brightness across the irradiated area. The charge loss due to trap presence affects the simulated star signal mostly at the first transit; a further, less intense charge loss can occur at the second transit, when the signal intensity at the first transit was not powerful enough to saturate available traps.
Such a behaviour indicates that the traps involved are very effective in capturing electrons and less in releasing them. The average amount of charge loss is highly correlated to the signal intensity, in accordance to the theoretical predictions which relate the trap behaviour, (e.g., time capture constant), to the electron density in the pixel.
The current results of the Ph.D. work, are oriented on the Astrometric and Photometric fields
Post - graduated Courses and Meetings
19/11/2007–28/11/2007 ELSA school on the Science of Gaia
Place: Leiden University
01/09/2008–05/09/2008 ELSA Workshop on Software Engineering and Numerics
Place: University of Barcelona
Barcelona - Spain.
01/09/2008–05/09/2008 Ecole Internationale Daniel Chalonge
“Torino Cosmology Colloquium”
Place: Torino- Accademia della Scienza
03/07/2005–15/09/2005 Degree Thesis
subject: “ Determination of environmental radiation at high altitude and study of decay of Radon Rn222 ”
Place: Chacalataya 5204 m, La Paz - Boolivia
08/03/2008–29/05/2008 Radiation Task Force of Gaia
“Data Reduction (CCN10 Test Data), study and work with a international teem of ELSA students, in the context of the Radiation Damage on the Gaia CCD”
Place: IoA - “ Institude of Astronomy”
Cambridge - UK.
29/09/2009–14/10/2009 Radiation Task Force of Gaia
“Data Reduction (Second Radiation Test campaign) , study and work with a international teem of ELSA students, in the context of the Radiation Damage on the Gaia CCD”
Place: IoA - “ Institute of Astronomy”
Cambridge - UK.
(2006) Monitoreo de Radiactividad ambiental a Gran Altura
“Physic Bolivian Magazine”
2009 Analysis of CCN10 radiation test campaign data: photometric performance and charge loss in Gaia irradiated AF CCD
“Gaia Livelink- ESA’s Internal library”GAIA-C3-TN-INAF-LC-001-0
Writers : L. Corcione, M. G. Lattanzi, J. C. Terrazas-Vergas, M. Gai
2010 Astrometric performances of Gaia irradiated AF CCD from CCN10 radiation test campaign data analysis
“Gaia Livelink- ESA’s Internal library”
Writers :J. C. Terrazas-Vargas, L. Corcione, M. G. Lattanzi, M. Gai.
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Italian : Near Native
English : Near Native
French : Fair
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