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Tiziana Di Matteo - Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA, US

Tiziana Di Matteo Tiziana Di Matteo

Professor | Carnegie Mellon University



Tiziana Di Matteo's research focuses on the study of black holes, encompassing a wide range of topics in both high energy astrophysics and cosmology. They include theoretical studies of the interplay between black hole growth and galaxy formation and investigations of various aspects of the physics of accretion disks around black holes.

Areas of Expertise (1)


Education (2)

University of Cambridge: Ph.D., Astrophysics

University of Cambridge: B.S., Astrophysics

Media Appearances (2)

Can Artificial Intelligence Accelerate Astrophysics?

Psychology Today  

A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) shows how artificial intelligence (AI) deep learning can achieve cosmological simulations with super-resolution to accelerate a greater understanding of our universe.

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Simulations Show Webb Telescope Can Reveal Distant Galaxies Hidden in Quasars’ Glare

Webb Space Telescope  

A new theoretical study examines how well NASA’s upcoming James Webb Space Telescope, slated for launch in 2021, will be able to separate the light of host galaxies from the bright central quasar. The researchers find that Webb could detect host galaxies that existed just 1 billion years after the big bang.

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