Busso Giorgia - Gaia
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Giorgia Busso obtained her PhD at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität in Kiel (Germany) in 2007 with a thesis about the hot subdwarf stars in the Galactic Bulge. She started to work on Gaia during her first PostDoc at the Observatory of Teramo in Italy. Now she is a postdoctoral fellow at Leiden Observatory in The Netherlands, where she collaborates with Anthony Brown.
Giorgia is a member of DU11 in CU5 and her work is focused mainly on the development of the methods and algorithms for the processing of the dispersed images from BP/RP.
Her scientific interests are Horizontal Branch stars, globular clusters, Galactic bulge and UV excess in elliptical galaxies and bulge of spirals.
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