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Alvise Raccanelli

Education
  • Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, University of Portsmouth, U.K., Ph.D. (2008-2011)
  • Padova Astronomical Observatory, Padova, Italy, National Institute for Astrophysics Fellowship (2008)
  • Universita degli studi di Padova, Italy, Dipartimento di Astronomia, M.Sc., Astronomy (2007)

Research Interests
  • Interface between Theoretical and Observational Cosmology
  • Large Scale Structure of the Universe: Redshift-Space Distortions, Baryon Acoustic Oscillations, Integrated Sachs-Wolfe effect, non-Gaussianity, Testing General Relativity
  • Cosmological models: Dark Energy, Modified Gravity, Unified Dark Matter

  • Professional Experience
    • Caltech Postdoctoral Scholar at JPL, California, U.S.A. (2011 - Present)

    Selected Publications
    1. Raccanelli A., Bertacca D., Pietrobon D., Schmidt F., Samushia L., Bartolo N., Dor O., Matarrese S., Percival W. J., Testing Gravity Using Large-Scale Redshift-Space Distortions, 2012, MNRAS submitted, arXiv:1207.0500
    2. Maartens R., Zhao G.-B., Bacon D., Koyama K., Raccanelli A., Relativistic corrections and non-Gaussianity in radio continuum surveys, 2012, JCAP submitted, arXiv:1206.0732
    3. Bertacca D., Maartens R., Raccanelli A., Clarkson C., Beyond the plane-parallel and Newtonian approach: Wide-angle redshift distortions and convergence in general relativity, 2012, JCAP accepted, arXiv:1205.5221
    4. Camera S., Santos M. G., Bacon D. J., Jarvis M. J., McAlpine K., Norris R. P., Raccanelli A., Rottgering H., Impact of Redshift Information on Cosmological Applications with Next-Generation Radio Surveys, 2012, MNRAS accepted, arXiv:1205.1048
    5. Raccanelli A., Zhao G.-B., Bacon D., Jarvis M., Percival W. J., Norris R. P., Rottgering H., Abdalla F. B., Cress C. M., Kubwimana J.-C., Lindsay S., Nichol R. C., Santos M. G., Schwarz D. J., Cosmological Measurements with Forthcoming Radio Continuum Surveys (2011), MNRAS accepted, arXiv:1108.0930
    6. Norris R. P., et al., EMU: Evolutionary Map of the Universe (2011), PASA accepted, arXiv:1106.3219
    7. Sasmushia L., Percival W. J.,Raccanelli A., Interpreting large-scale redhift-space distortion measurements (2011), MNRAS accepted, arXiv:1102.1014
    8. Bertacca D., Raccanelli A., Piattella O., Pietrobon D., Bartolo N., Matarrese S., Giannantonio T., CMB-Galaxy correlation in Unified Dark Matter Scalar Field Cosmologies (2011), JCAP, 03, 039, e-print: arXiv:1102.0284
    9. Raccanelli A., Samushia L., Percival W. J., Simulating Redshift-Space Distortions for Galaxy Pairs with Wide Angular Separation (2010), MNRAS, 409, 1525, arXiv:1006.1652v1
    10. Massardi M., Bonaldi A., Negrello M., Ricciardi S., Raccanelli A., De Zotti G., A model for the cosmological evolution of low frequency radio sources (2010), MNRAS, 404, 532, arXiv:1001.1069v1
    11. Raccanelli A., Bonaldi A., Negrello M., Matarrese S., Tormen G., De Zotti G., A reassessment of the evidence of the Integrated Sachs-Wolfe effect through the WMAP-NVSS correlation (2008), MNRAS, 386, 2161, arXiv:0802.0084v1

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