INTEGRAL and the gamma-ray sky

The gamma-ray telescope INTEGRAL observes the most energetic objects in the sky, such black-holes and neutron star in the act of forming or when they swallow immense quantities of gas.

I am at the head of the INTEGRAL Science Data Centre (ISDC), which monitors the scientific quality of data, serves the archive to guest observes, and distributes the software to analyze INTEGRAL data.

My main research interests are search of electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave events, accretion onto stellar size neutron stars and black-holes, cosmic rays and clusters of galaxies. In 2016, I wrote a resume of what I had done in my  research in this document.

My complete list of publication in referred journals can be found at this link, while non referred publication can be found here.