Position: Researcher

Contact info

  • Room: B-3W6
  • Phone: +39 051 6357 323
  • Email: antonio.sollima@inaf.it

Personal info

Activities

Born in Erice (TP) on 1979, obtain his Master degree on 2002 and his PhD in Astronomy on 2006 in Bologna. As a post-doc he worked at the Astronomy Department of the University of Bologna (2006-2007), at the Instituto di Astrofisica de Canarias (2007-2010), at the INAF Osservatorio di Padova (2010-2012) and at the INAF Osservatorio di Bologna (2012-2016). Since December 2016 he is researcher at the INAF Osservatorio di Astrofisica e Scienza dello Spazio of Bologna. His research activity covers both observational and theoretical aspects of the stellar astrophysics. In particular he worked on the stellar populations in globular clusters, binary and variable stars, internal dynamics of collisional stellar systems and accretion events in the Milky Way.


Latest papers on ADS
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  1. MUSE narrow field mode observations of the central kinematics of M15, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2021
  2. Monte Carlo simulations of multiple populations in globular clusters: constraints on the cooling flow versus accretion scenario using million bodies simulations, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2021
  3. Absolute V-band magnitudes and mass-to-light ratios of Galactic globular clusters, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 2020
  4. The eye of Gaia on globular clusters structure: tidal tails, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2020
  5. New insight into the stellar mass function of Galactic globular clusters, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2020
  6. The eye of Gaia on globular cluster kinematics: Internal rotation, Star Clusters: From the Milky Way to the Early Universe, 2020
  7. On the presence of intermediate black holes in three globular clusters, Star Clusters: From the Milky Way to the Early Universe, 2020
  8. Galactic Globular Clusters: A new catalog of masses, structural parameters, velocity dispersion profiles, proper motions and space orbits, Star Clusters: From the Milky Way to the Early Universe, 2020
  9. What is a globular cluster? An observational perspective, Astronomy and Astrophysics Review, 2019
  10. Formation of second-generation stars in globular clusters, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2019
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