Posizione: Assegnista

Contatti

  • Stanza: C-503
  • Telefono: +39 051 6399383
  • Email: m.brienza@ira.inaf.it

Informazioni personali

Attività

My research focuses on the study of radio galaxies and their evolution, with particular attention to the life cycle of jets and their interaction with the surrounding environment. I am interested in understanding the impact of AGN jets on the overall galaxy evolution process, as well as the role of the AGN remnant plasma on the non-thermal history of galaxy groups and clusters. For my research I use radio telescopes such as LOFAR, JVLA, uGMRT, Effelsberg and SRT. My main expertise is at MHz-frequencies thanks to my involvement in the LOFAR “Survey” Key Science Project since 2014.

Contributi a questo sito

  1. Ricerca > Scienza > Nuclei galattici attivi [25/10/2021]
  2. RIFIUTI SPAZIALI: LA GRAVITÀ DEL PROBLEMA [20/02/2020]
  3. SKA data challenges workshop [14/10/2019]
  4. ALLA SCOPERTA DI SKA [04/06/2019]

Paper più recenti su ADS
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  1. Deep Low-frequency Radio Observations of A2256. I. The Filamentary Radio Relic, The Astrophysical Journal, 2022
  2. Multi-Wavelength Study of a Proto-BCG at z = 1.7, Galaxies, 2021
  3. The Photometric and Spectroscopic Properties of Remnant and Restarted Radio Galaxies in the Lockman Hole Field, Galaxies, 2021
  4. Magnetogenesis and the Cosmic Web: A Joint Challenge for Radio Observations and Numerical Simulations, Galaxies, 2021
  5. Dissecting nonthermal emission in the complex multiple-merger galaxy cluster Abell 2744: Radio and X-ray analysis, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2021
  6. A snapshot of the oldest active galactic nuclei feedback phases, Nature Astronomy, 2021
  7. Multi-frequency characterisation of remnant radio galaxies in the Lockman Hole field, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2021
  8. Constraining the AGN duty cycle in the cool-core cluster MS 0735.6+7421 with LOFAR data, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2021
  9. Hard X-ray selected giant radio galaxies - III. The LOFAR view, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2021
  10. The best of both worlds: Combining LOFAR and Apertif to derive resolved radio spectral index images, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2021
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