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Markkanen , Johannes
Filiation: Institute of Geophysics and Extraterrestrial Physics, TU Braunschweig
Post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Geophysics and Extraterrestrial Physics TU of Braunscheweig, Germany. He received the D.Sc. (tech.) degree in electrical engineering from Aalto University in 2013 with title “Integral equation methods for extreme-parameter materials and novel boundary conditions”. Specialized in integral equation methods in computational electromagnetics for modeling complex electromagnetic media and surfaces. His has developed a robust model framework to characterize cometary dust particles from photopolarimetry. He has been awarded with the 2019 Elsevier/JQSRT Peter C. Waterman young scientist Award for his outstanding early-career contributions on the theory and applications of electromagnetic Scattering.
January, 9th
- February, 19th 2024
Bonnoli, Giacomo
Filiation: INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera (Milan, Italy)
Researcher in the field of blazars and Cherenkov Astronomy. Member of the ASTRI, LST, CTA, MAGIC Collaborations. External collaborator of the VHEGA (Very High Energy Group for Astrophysics) group @ IAA. Collaborator of IXPE, POLAMI, and WEBT.
November, 23rd
- December, 20th 2023
Luque , Rafael
Filiation: Univ. de Chicago, Chicago, EEUU
Born in Priego de Córdoba (Spain), Rafael Luque graduated in Physics from the University of Granada and is a Doctor summa cum laude in Astrophysics from the University of La Laguna in the Canary Islands, Spain. His field of research comprises the discovery and characterization of exoplanets. He has conducted research stays in Mexico, Canada, the Canary Islands, Germany, France, and the US. Since 2022, he works at the University of Chicago as a Margarita Salas fellow.
October, 1st
- 15th 2023
Koutoulaki, Maria
Filiation: University of Leeds
Dr. Maria Koutoulaki, originally from Greece, did her PhD at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS), in Ireland, working in the field of star formation under the supervision of Prof. Tom Ray, Prof. Antonella Nata, and Prof Rebeca Garcia. After her PhD, she moved to the European Southern Observatory (ESO) headquarters in Garching, Germany, where she joined the group of Prof. Leonardo Testi and now she is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Leeds in the group of Prof. René Oudmaijer.
September, 4th
- October, 2nd 2023
Dupke, Renato
Filiation: Observatorio Nacional Rio de Janeiro
Dr. Dupke is a widely recognized expert in galaxy clusters and the intracluster medium. His analyses are specifically focused on the X-ray emission of the hot gas as well as its chemical composition, and on the nature of Fosil groups and related galaxy association. He is Scientific Director of the international JPAS Survey, a coordinated effort between four institutions (including IAA-CSIC) to map 8000 square degrees of the Northern Sky in 60 filters; JPAS is central to the strategy of research of the SO and is an institutional project of the IAA-CSIC.
June, 4th
- July, 7th 2023
Millour, Ehouarn
Filiation: Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique (LMD), Institut Pierre Simon Laplace (IPSL), Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Dr. Ehouan Millour is the deputy leader of the team developing the Planetary Climate Models (PCM) ( ), general circulation models designed to model the atmospheres of Mars, Venus, Titan, gas giants and exoplanets. He is the technical manager in charge of the Mars Climate Database and Venus Climate Database. He plays an active role in different space Mars missions, such as the Emirates Mars Mission, ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter, and InSight. He contributed to more than 75 referred publications and 150 international conferences in the field of planetary sciences.
May, 22nd
- 31st 2023