Undergraduate: Introduction to astronomy, Extragalactic astronomy, Extragalactic astronomy lab, Waves and optics.
Galaxy evolution, galaxy clusters, large scale structure.
Most of my research is focused on the understanding of galaxy formation and evolution as a function of cosmic time and environment. In particular, I study the different physical processes that affect galaxies in clusters, groups and cosmic filaments, combining multi-wavelength data with cosmological simulations. I am part of several international collaborations, including GASP, which is dedicated to understanding the gas cycle of galaxies in the so-called “jellyfish galaxies” in great detail.