Cocozza Gabriele - Gaia
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Gabriele Cocozza gratueted at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" in the 2004. The he moved in Bologna, where he completed his PhD at the Astronomy Department of the University of Bologna (Italy) at the beginning of 2008.
He has been involved in the ESA mission Gaia since 2009, when he joined the Data Processing and Analysis Consortium (DPAC), in the CU5 DU13 team at the Observatory of Bologna (Italy), in charge of building a suitable grid of spectrophotometric standard stars for the absolute calibration of the Gaia G-band and BP/RP photometric system.
Gabriele left Gaia in 2018
Published: 01/02/2013 | Updated: 27/10/2017
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