Diego Falceta-Goncalves

University of Sao Paulo
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Av. Arlindo Béttio, 1000 Ermelino Matarazzo
Sao Paulo 03828-000
São Paulo (SP)
Brazil

Phone: +55 11 3385 3012
Email 1: dfalcetauspbr
Email 2: diegogoncalvespqcnpqbr
Organization website: http://www5.usp.br/

NCA adherence: Brazil

Last updated:
July 19, 2018

IAU Status

Active Member

Affiliation(s) within the IAU

Past affiliation(s) within the IAU

  • Past Member of Commission 26 Double & Multiple Stars (until 2015)
  • Past Member of Commission 28 Galaxies (until 2015)
  • Past Member of Commission 34 Interstellar Matter (until 2015)
  • Past Member of Commission 46 Astronomy Education & Development (until 2015)
  • Past Member of Division IV Stars (until 2012)
  • Past Member of Division VI Interstellar Matter (until 2012)
  • Past Member of Division VIII Galaxies & the Universe (until 2012)
  • Past Member of Division XII Union-Wide Activities (until 2012)

Areas of interest

8 - Stars: 8.4 - Stars: binaries, 8.7 - Stars: circumstellar matter, 8.10 - Stars: formation, 8.24 - Stars: mass-loss, 8.40- Stars: Wolf-Rayet
9 - Interstellar medium (ISM), nebulae: 9.4 - ISM: clouds, 9.7 - ISM: evolution, 9.9 - ISM: HII regions, 9.12 - ISM: kinematics and dynamics, 9.14 - ISM: magnetic fields
10 - The Galaxy: 10.12 - Galaxy: local insterstellar matter
11 - Galaxies: 11.5 - Galaxies: clusters, 11.7 - Galaxies: dwarf, 11.16 - Galaxies: intergalactic medium, 11.18 - Galaxies: ISM, 11.24 - Galaxies: magnetic fields

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