About My Research
I'm an observer interested in the physics of clusters and group of galaxies as inferred mainly by X-ray observations but also from observations at other wavelengths like optical and radio. I work in particular on AGN feedback in cool cores, metal abundances in the intra-cluster and intra-group medium and the characterization of the dynamical state of a system.
Galaxy clusters are also important cosmological tools, provided we are able to measure their masses. This measure can be done in many different ways like for example using their X-ray emission, gravitational lensing or the dynamics of their member galaxies.
A selection of the latest projects I'm currently working on:
- Analysis of the Chandra observation of A 1703
- Analysis of the XMM follow up of SL2S groups
- Paper on the Phoenix cluster accepted by A&A (see astroph)
- Paper on abundance evolution with redshift accepted by MNRAS (see astroph)
- Paper on fossils clusters observed with Suzaku submitted (see astroph)
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