Institute of Astronomy

Dr Marco Tazzari

E-mail: mtazzari@ast.cam.ac.uk

Office: Hoyle H32
Office Tel: (01223) 766691
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Preprints
Publications

Research

My main research interest is the study of protoplanetary disks, the environment where planets form. In particular, my work spans from the observational characterization of the grain growth process (Tazzari et al. 2016), to the study of the disks' structure (Isella et al. 2016) and evolution (Tazzari et al. 2017). 

I mainly use sub-mm/cm interferometer like ALMA and VLA, which allow us to probe the cold dust residing in the disks interior.

I have recently developed GALARIO, a GPU Accelerated Library for the Analysis of Radio Interferometer Observations. Check it out and contact me if you have any question!

You can find:

- the code here: http://github.com/mtazzari/galario

- the documentation here: https://mtazzari.github.io/galario 

I am also a co-founder of the IoA Code Corners: https://github.com/IoA-coding/codecorners

Selected papers

GALARIO: a GPU Accelerated Library for Analysing Radio Interferometer Observations
Tazzari, Beaujean, Testi 2017, MNRAS submitted [ADS]
 
Physical properties of dusty protoplanetary disks in Lupus: evidence for viscous evolution?
Tazzari, Testi, Natta, et al. 2017, A&A in press [ADS]
 
Multiwavelength analysis for interferometric (sub-)mm observations of protoplanetary disks
Tazzari, Testi, Ercolano, et al. 2016, A&A 588A, 53T, [ADS]
 
Spiral density waves in a young protoplanetary disk
Pérez, Carpenter, ..., Tazzari, et al. 2016, Science, 353, 1519 [ADS]
 
Ringed Structures of the HD 163296 Protoplanetary Disk Revealed by ALMA
Isella, Guidi, ..., Tazzari, et al. 2016, PhysRevLett 117 251101 [ADS] 
 
ALMA Survey of Lupus Protoplanetary Disks. I. Dust and Gas Masses
Ansdell, Williams, ..., Tazzari, et al.  2016, ApJ 828, 46A, [ADS]

Career

(current) Research Associate, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, group of Cathie Clarke 

2016 PhD in Astronomy, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Munich, advisors: Leonardo Testi, Barbara Ercolano

2013 Master's Degree (cum Laude), Universita' degli studi di Milano, advisor: Giuseppe Lodato

2011 Bachelor's Degree (cum Laude), Universita' degli studi di Milano, advisor: Giuseppe Bertin

Qualifications

PhD, Astronomy -  Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München

Dottore Magistrale, Physics - Universita' degli Studi di Milano

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