Guido De Marchi
Astronomer
Space Science Department
European Space Agency
Keplerlaan 1
2200 AG Noordwijk
Netherlands
Tel:   +31 71 565 8332
Fax:   +31 71 565 4697
gdemarchi@rssd.esa.int

Home Current research Published papers Publication statistics Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae                                                                                                         printer version

Birth: 12 November 1966, in Conegliano (Italy)
Nationality: Italian
Current address: European Space Agency
Space Science Department
Keplerlaan 1
2200 AG Noordwijk
Netherlands
Telephone: +31 71 565 8332
Telefax: +31 71 565 4697
Email: gdemarchi@rssd.esa.int
Education:
November 1995 Ph. D. in Astrophysics, University of Florence, Italy
March 1991 Laurea doctoral degree in Astronomy, University of Padova, Italy
Languages: Italian, English, French, Dutch, Spanish, German
Positions held:
2000 - Astronomer, Space Science Department, European Space Agency, Noordwijk, Netherlands
2015 - Archives Head Scientist, European Space Agency, Noordwijk, Netherlands
2005 - 2015 JWST Operations Scientist, European Space Agency, Noordwijk, Netherlands
2003 - 2005 Scientific Advisor, Science Communication Office, European Space Agency, Noordwijk, Netherlands
2000 - 2003 HST Calibration Scientist, European Space Agency, Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, USA
1998 - 2000 Research associate, European Southern Observatory, Garching, Germany
1995 - 1998 Post-doctoral research fellow, European Southern Observatory, Garching, Germany
1995 - 1995 Post-doctoral research associate, Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, USA
1994 - 1994 Research astronomer, Observatory of Teramo, Teramo, Italy
1991 - 1995 Graduate research assistant, Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, USA
1991 - 1994 Graduate student, Space Science Department, University of Florence, Florence, Italy
Memberships:
2003 - International Astronomical Union
1996 - European Astronomical Society
1992 - American Astronomical Society
Research: star formation in the Milky Way and the Magellanic clouds
the properties of pre-main sequence stars and their accretion process
the stellar initial mass function in star clusters, young and old
the dynamical evolution and tidal disruption of globular clusters
the distribution and properties of gas and dust in local group galaxies
Publications: 91 papers in refereed journals (30 as first author)
170 papers presented at conferences (83 as first author)
3568 citations in scientific journals (ADS)
h-index 31 (20 for first-author papers)

Last revised: 12 November 2017