Sanna Nicoletta - Gaia
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INAF - Observatory of Arcetri
Nicoletta Sanna graduated at the University of Bologna in 2006 and she did her Ph.D. at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in 2010.
Between 2010 and 2021 she worked as Post-Doc at the University of Virginia, University of Bologna and at INAF-Observatory of Arcetri.
In August 2021 she got a permanent position as astronomer at INAF-Observatory of Arcetri. Her research focuses on resolved stellar populations. She is an expert in spectro-photometry of star clusters.
Since 2017 she joined the DU13 in CU5, working on the calibration of the standard stars.
[Published: 10/11/2017, Updated: 09/09/2021]
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