I am a research associate at the Yale Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics and at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. I am interested in multi-wavelength surveys of the extragalactic sky to study galaxies and active super-massive black holes at their center (and not!), in particular the COSMOS survey.

My research is involved in a worldwide collaboration. I am a friendly and passionate person.  Working together is fundamental to improving the relations between different countries, via personal communication with people, very important for personal enrichment and professional career enhancement.

I have recently been awarded a very large observing program (2.8 Millions of seconds!!) with the Chandra X-ray Observatory. This “X-ray Visionary Project” is the second largest project awarded in 14 cycles of Chandra observations. With this time, I will observe the COSMOS field to study the cosmic evolution of Black Holes and galaxies.