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     Date Submitted:13-01-2015
     Last Modified:20-01-2015 (04:05)
    Job information
     Current job:Astrophysics PhD student
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsModeling Programming Physics Mathematics
    CV

    Education

    - Astrophysics Laboratory of Marseille
    PhD in Astrophysics : Expected Oct 2015 | Marseille, France

    - University of Milano Bicocca
    MSc in Astrophysics and Space Physics: {Sep 2012 | Milan, Italy)
    Final mark: 110 / 110 cum laude

    - BS in Physics: Nov 2010 | Milan, Italy

    Final mark: 105/110

    - Grammar School ``S. Weil'
    Grad. Jun 2007 | Treviglio, Italy

    Skills

    - Social
    Team working

    National and international collaborations

    - Languages
    Italian (mother tongue)
    English (fluent)
    French (fluent)
    Spanish (intermediate)

    - Programming
    Developer: Python, IDL
    Familiar: LaTeX , Linux, Windows, Microsoft Office/Libre Office

    - Subjects:

    Analysis, algebra
    Classical and modern physics, astrophysics
    Inorganic chemistry
    Laboratory practice, astronomical observations
     

    Experience

    - PhD in Astrophysics | Astrophysics Laboratory of Marseille (Oct 2012 – Expected Oct 2015 | Marseille, France)

    Detection and characterization of extrasolar planets
    Photometry: analysis on data from the CoRoT (CNES/ESA) and the Kepler (NASA) space telescopes
    Spectroscopy: analysis for ground-based surveys (OHP/France, HARPS/ESO, Keck, ESPaDOnS/CFHT)
    Analytic modeling: photometry, radial velocities, stellar activity
    Computational modeling: dynamical interactions in planetary systems
    Astronomical observations (instrument exploitation: OHP/France)
    Statistical tools: Bayesian methods, Markov chain Monte Carlo
    Code developing and testing
    Main topic: exoplanets and host stars characterization

    - MSc research internship | | Astrophysics Laboratory of Marseille (Nov 2011 – Jul 2012 | Marseille, France)

    Spectral analysis of stars in the CoRoT (CNES/ESA) program on OHP/France, HARPS/ESO, and Keck data
    Code developing and testing
    Topic: exoplanet host stars characterization

    - BS research internship | University of Milano Bicocca (Jul 2010 – Sep 2010 | Milan, Italy)

    Analytic modeling, dynamics
    Topic: forecasting the observation rate for the LIGO and LISA gravitational waves detectors

    Conferences
    Posters

    2014: Towards Other Earths II: the star-planet connection Porto, Portugal)
    2014: The Space Photometry Revolution (Toulouse, France)
    2012: Week of the French astronomy (Nice, France)

    Other interests

    Collaboration with humanitarian and environmental NGOs
    Outdoor activities, sports
    Theater workshops
     

    Publications (in chronological order)


    [1] R. F. Díaz, C. Damiani, M. Deleuil, J. M. Almenara, C. Moutou, S. C. C. Barros, A. S. Bonomo, F. Bouchy, G. Bruno, G. Hébrard, G. Montagnier, and A. Santerne. SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates. VIII. KOI-205 b: a brown-dwarf companion to a K-type dwarf. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 551:L9, March 2013.


    [2] G. Hébrard, J.-M. Almenara, A. Santerne, M. Deleuil, C. Damiani, A. S. Bonomo, F. Bouchy, G. Bruno, R. F. Díaz, G. Montagnier, and C. Moutou. KOI-200 b and KOI-889 b: Two transiting exoplanets detected and characterized with Kepler, SOPHIE, and HARPS-N. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 554:A114, June 2013.


    [3] C. Moutou, A. S. Bonomo, G. Bruno, G. Montagnier, F. Bouchy, J. M. Almenara, S. C. C. Barros, M. Deleuil, R. F. Díaz, G. Hébrard, and A. Santerne. SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates. IX. KOI-415 b: a long-period, eccentric transiting brown dwarf to an evolved Sun. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 558:L6, October
    2013.


    [4] S. C. C. Barros, R. F. Díaz, A. Santerne, G. Bruno, M. Deleuil, J.-M. Almenara, A. S. Bonomo, F. Bouchy, C. Damiani, G. Hébrard, G. Montagnier, and C. Moutou. SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates. X. KOI-142 c: first radial velocity confirmation of a non-transiting exoplanet discovered by transit timing. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 561:L1, January 2014.


    [5] M. Deleuil, J.-M. Almenara, A. Santerne, S. C. C. Barros, M. Havel, G. Hébrard, A. S. Bonomo, F. Bouchy, G. Bruno, C. Damiani, R. F. Díaz, G. Montagnier, and C. Moutou. SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates XI. Kepler-412 system: probing the properties of a new inflated hot Jupiter. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 564:A56, April 2014.


    [6] R. F. Díaz, G. Montagnier, J. Leconte, A. S. Bonomo, M. Deleuil, J. M. Almenara, S. C. C. Barros, F. Bouchy, G. Bruno, C. Damiani, G. Hébrard, C. Moutou, and A. Santerne. SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates. XIII. KOI-189 b and KOI-686 b: two very low-mass stars in long-period orbits. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 572:A109, December 2014.


    [7] G. Bruno, J.-M. Almenara, S. C. C. Barros, A. Santerne, R. F. Diaz, M. Deleuil, C. Damiani, A. S. Bonomo, I. Boisse, F. Bouchy, G. Hebrard, and G. Montagnier. SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates XIV. A joint photometric, spectroscopic, and dynamical analysis of the Kepler-117 system. ArXiv e-prints, November 2014.


    [8] G. Hébrard, A. Santerne, G. Montagnier, G. Bruno, M. Deleuil, M. Havel, J.-M. Almenara, C. Damiani, S. C. C. Barros, A. S. Bonomo, F. Bouchy, R. F. Díaz, and C. Moutou. Characterization of the four new transiting planets KOI-188b, KOI-195b, KOI-192b, and KOI-830b. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 572:A93, December 2014.


    [9] G. Hebrard, A. Santerne, G. Montagnier, G. Bruno, M. Deleuil, M. Havel, J.-M. Almenara, C. Damiani, S. C. C. Barros, A. S. Bonomo, F. Bouchy, R. F. Diaz, and C. Moutou. VizieR Online Data Catalog: Four new transiting planets (Hebrard+, 2014). VizieR Online Data Catalog, 357:29093, October 2014.


    [10] M. Montalto, G. Boué, M. Oshagh, I. Boisse, G. Bruno, and N. C. Santos. Improvements on analytic modelling of stellar spots. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 444:1721--1728, October 2014.


    [11] A. Santerne, G. Hebrard, M. Deleuil, M. Havel, A. C. M. Correia, J.-M. Almenara, R. Alonso, L. Arnold, S. C. C. Barros, R. Behrend, L. Bernasconi, I. Boisse, A. S. Bonomo, F. Bouchy, G. Bruno, C. Damiani, R. F. Diaz, D. Gravallon, T. Guillot, O. Labrevoir, G. Montagnier, C. Moutou, C. Rinner, N. C. Santos, L. Abe, M. Audejean, P. Bendjoya, C. Gillier, J. Gregorio, P. Martinez, J. Michelet, R. Montaigut, R. Poncy, J.-P. Rivet, G. Rousseau, R. Roy, O. Suarez, M. Vanhuysse, and D. Verilhac. VizieR Online Data Catalog: KOI-1257 photometric and velocimetric data (Santerne+, 2014). VizieR Online Data Catalog, 357:19037, November 2014.


    [12] A. Santerne, G. Hébrard, M. Deleuil, M. Havel, A. C. M. Correia, J.-M. Almenara, R. Alonso, L. Arnold, S. C. C. Barros, R. Behrend, L. Bernasconi, I. Boisse, A. S. Bonomo, F. Bouchy, G. Bruno, C. Damiani, R. F. Díaz, D. Gravallon, T. Guillot, O. Labrevoir, G. Montagnier, C. Moutou, C. Rinner, N. C. Santos, L. Abe, M. Audejean, P. Bendjoya, C. Gillier, J. Gregorio, P. Martinez, J. Michelet, R. Montaigut, R. Poncy, J.-P. Rivet, G. Rousseau, R. Roy, O. Suarez, M. Vanhuysse, and D. Verilhac. SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates. XII. KOI-1257 b: a highly eccentric three-month period transiting exoplanet. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 571:A37, November 2014.


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