Matteo Brogi

Matteo Brogi – University of Turin and INAF OATo

Matteo Brogi is an Associate Professor at the University of Turin, Italy, and INAF collaborator (associato) through the Astrophysical Observatory of Turin (OATo). Brogi’s research focusses on observations of exoplanetary atmospheres, with a major contribution to the development of observations at high spectral resolution. He led the first atmospheric detection of a non-transiting planet, the first detection of molecular species with a 3-4m class telescope facility (GIANO/TNG), and the first application of Bayesian techniques to the method to measure temperature and abundances. From 2017 to 2022, Matteo Brogi was an Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick (UK), and prior to that he held a NASA Hubble Fellowship at the University of Colorado Boulder (USA).

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