Giuliana Cosentino

Researcher at Astronomy and Plasmaphysics

Giuliana Cosentino is Cosmic Origin Postdoctoral fellow whose main interest is on massive star formation.
The main focus of her research is the characterisation of the physical and chemical processes associated with the dense part of the Interstellar Medium (ISM), through observations of molecular tracers at mm and sub-mm wavelengths. The final goal is to understand how these processes can led to the formation of massive stars.
Giuliana Cosentino is the PI of the large observing program SHREC, which use the 12m antenna at the Arizona Radio Observatory to observe the shock interaction between molecular clouds and supernova remnants.

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The Complex Organic Molecular Content in the L1498 Starless Core

I. Jimenez-Serra, Anton I. Vasyunin, Silvia Spezzano et al
Astrophysical Journal. Vol. 917 (1)
Journal article

ALMA-IRDC: dense gas mass distribution from cloud to core scales

A. T. Barnes, J. D. Henshaw, F. Fontani et al
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. Vol. 503 (3), p. 4601-4626
Journal article

ALMA-IRDC - II. First high-angular resolution measurements of the N-14/N-15 ratio in a large sample of infrared-dark cloud cores

F. Fontani, A. T. Barnes, P. Caselli et al
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. Vol. 503 (3), p. 4320-4335
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The Core Mass Function across Galactic Environments. III. Massive Protoclusters

Theo J. O'Neill, Giuliana Cosentino, Jonathan Tan et al
Astrophysical Journal. Vol. 916 (1)
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SiO Outflows as Tracers of Massive Star Formation in Infrared Dark Clouds

Mengyao Liu, Jonathan Tan, Joshua Marvil et al
Astrophysical Journal. Vol. 921 (1)
Journal article

SiO emission as a probe of cloud-cloud collisions in infrared dark clouds

Giuliana Cosentino, I Jimenez-Serra, J. D. Henshaw et al
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. Vol. 499 (2), p. 1666-1681
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Help a Scientist - subproject 2020 Starhunt

Jonathan Tan Galactic Astrophysics
Pernilla Wittung Stafshede Chemical Biology
Rubén Fedriani Galactic Astrophysics
Giuliana Cosentino Galactic Astrophysics
Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF)

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