ERC-funded project focused on the analysis of VLBI observations in total intensity and polarisation.
Max Planck research group dedicated to the study of dark matter and the kinematics of high-redshift lensed galaxies.
A panchromatic program that aims at collecting a large sample of galaxy-scale gravitational lens systems observed with high angular resolution using state-of-the-art observing facilities such as HST, Keck adaptive optics, global VLBI and ALMA.
We are interested in high-precision lens modelling of high-angular resolution data from optical imaging and radio interferometry.
We make use of Machine Learning-based techniques to take adavantage of the several new lens systems that will soon be discovered by the Euclid mission.
Our codes are not publicly available, but we are open to new collaborations. If you are interested, get in touch.