Sanna Nicoletta - Gaia
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INAF - Observatory of Arcetri
Nicoletta Sanna graduated at the University of Bologna in 2006 with a study on stellar populations in galactic globular clusters. In 2010 she obtained her PhD at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with a study on resolved stars in Local Group dwarf galaxies.
Between 2010 and 2013 she worked as Post-Doc at the University of Virginia and University of Bologna. Her research focused on multiwavelength photometric studies of stellar populations in galactic globular clusters.
Since 2013 she is working as Post-Doc at INAF-Observatory of Arcetri, where she matured expertise on high-resolution spectroscopy, developing the ETC for HIRES@ELT and the data reduction pipeline for GIANO@TNG.
Since 2017 she joined the DU13 in CU5, working on the calibration of the standard stars.
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