Carleo Ilaria

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Casa del Monizioniere, piano 1. INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova

Exoplanets research, Radial velocity method, Infrared Spectroscopy.

Titolo di tesi:

A search for the closest possibly habitable low-mass planets around late M-dwarfs
Dr. Raffaele Gratton, INAF-OAPD
Short CV
October 2015-now
PhD student in Astronomy.
The Ph.D. work is a mini-survey for low-mass short-period planets around a sample of
very nearby late M dwarfs using GIANO at TNG and possibly IGRINS at McDonald 2.7m telescope.
Supervisor: Dr. Raffaele Gratton (Inaf-OAPD)

November 2014 – September 2015
1-year Fellowship at INAF-OAPD:
“High precision radial velocity measurements from spectroscopic observations in the near-infrared wavelength range”.
Supervisor: Dr. Raffaele Gratton (Inaf-OAPD)

September 2014
Master Degree in Astrophysics and Cosmology - University of Bologna:
"High precision radial velocity with GIANO spectra"
Supervisor: Dr. Raffaele Gratton (Inaf-OAPD)

July 2011
Bachelor Degree in Physics - University of Salerno
“Microlensing come metodo per la ricerca di pianeti extrasolari”
Supervisor: Prof. Valerio Bozza

PROCEEDINGS: High resolution near IR spectroscopy with GIANO-TNG.  Origlia, E. Oliva, C. Baffa, G. Falcini, E. Giani, F. Massi, P. Montegriffo, N. Sanna, S. Scuderi, M. Sozzi, A. Tozzi, I. Carleo, R. Gratton, F. Ghinassi, M. Lodi,  SPIE 9147-49 (2014)
Submitted article: High precision radial velocities with GIANO spectra. Carleo I., N. Sanna, R. Gratton, S. Benatti, M. Bonavita, E. Oliva, L. Origlia, S. Desidera, R. Claudi, Experimental Astronomy Journal, June 2015.