I work on the time delay interferometry (TDI) technique for LISA, to model and understand the impact of realistic instrumental noise on the LISA science exploration in the context of building an infrastructure for the global fit in LISA. I mainly develop algorithms and methods for astrophysical data analysis incorporating instrumental artifacts into these analyses, and I investigate the use of TDI channels for optimizing the observatory performance and disentangle possible gravitational wave (GW) background noise. Indeed, multiple ground-based detectors employ cross-correlation methods for signal-to-noise disambiguation, as they all respond to such GW background in similar frequency bands. Conversely, for LISA, correlation with other detectors is not possible as we do not expect to have another detector sensitive to gravitational waves in the same frequency band as LISA operating at the same time. Thus, quantifying and understanding the background instrument noise is essential for maximizing the observatory performance for scientific data analysis.
Here's a link to my publications from Inspire.
Sep. 2022 - present Postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (AEI)
Oct. 2021 - Sep. 2022 Research Fellow at the department of physics, University of Trento. Research topic: Time Delay Interferometry techniques in the LISA mission.
2017-2021 Ph.D. in physics and expertus in Space Data Science and Technology, University of Trento.
Ph.D Advisor: Stefano Vitale. Research topic: Time Delay Interferometry for LISA science and instrument characterization.
2014-2017 Master degree in space and astronautical engineering, University of Rome, La Sapienza.
Thesis advisors: Luciano Iess and Michele Zanolin.
2011-2014 Bachelor Degree in aerospace engineering, University of Rome, La Sapienza.
Thesis advisor: Fabio Santoni
2007-2011 High school diploma, Lyceum specializing in classical studies, Luciano Manara, Rome.