Andrea Marinucci is a lecturer in Mathematics and holds a Dottorato di Ricerca in Physics from the University of Rome "Roma Tre". He spent half of his Ph.D. as visiting fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge (USA) and had a PostDoc position at Centro de Astrobiología in Madrid, Spain. He is currently a Researcher at the Department of Mathematics and Physics of the University of Rome "Roma Tre".
His main fields of research are Supermassive Black Holes and their surroundings. In particular, he studies Active Galactic Nuclei (a peculiar class of galaxies with an active black hole at their center) in the X-rays, using both ESA's and NASA's fleet of satellites.
A. Marinucci, S. Bianchi, et al., "NuSTAR catches the unveiling nucleus of NGC 1068", MNRAS, 456L, 94 (2016)
A. Marinucci, G. Matt, et al., "The broad band spectral variability of MCG-6-30-15 observed by NuSTAR and XMM-Newton", ApJ, 787, 83 (2014)
A. Marinucci, G. Matt, et al., "Simultaneous NuSTAR and XMM-Newton 0.5-80 keV spectroscopy of the Narrow Line Seyfert 1 galaxy SWIFT J2127.4+5654", MNRAS, 440, 2347 (2014)
A. Marinucci, G. Miniutti, et al., "A Chandra view of the clumpy reflector at the heart of the Circinus galaxy", MNRAS, 436, 2500 (2013)
A. Marinucci, G. Risaliti, et al., "The X-ray reflector in NGC 4945: a time- and space-resolved portrait", MNRAS, 423, L6 (2012)