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Our greatest limits are often only in our mind.

I nostri limiti più grandi sono spesso solo dentro di noi.

Professor Giovanna Tinetti is the Head of Group of Astrophysics at University College London.

 

Professor Giovanna Tinetti is the Head of Group of Astrophysics at University College London and Director of the UCL Centre for Space Exo-chemistry Data at Harwell.

She is the Principal Investigator of Ariel, the European Space Agency's next medium-class (M4) science mission. She is also co-founder and co-director of Blue Skies Space Ltd, which aims at creating new opportunities for science space satellites.

Appointments and achievements include Principal Investigator of the European Research Council-funded program Exo-Lights, Cattedra Enrico Fermi 2019 - La Sapienza University, Rome and Institute of Physics Moseley Medal 2011.

Awarded a PhD in Theoretical Physics from the University of Turin in Italy in 2003, Prof Tinetti has continued her academic career as NASA Astrobiology Institute Fellow at Caltech/JPL and then as European Space Agency external Fellow in Paris, before moving to UCL in 2007 as STFC Aurora and then Royal Society URF Fellow.

Prof Tinetti has authored / co-authored over 200 research papers and has delivered over 260 talks, seminars and public lectures internationally.

  • Country: Italy, United kingdom
  • Organisation: Head of Astrophysics Group, University College London
  • Category: Science, research and innovation