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Jose Luis Nilo Castellon

associate professor

Universidad de La Serena

La Serena, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


My main research area is the study of the associations of galaxies, ranging from galaxy groups to galaxy clusters, and the understanding of the galaxy morphology evolution across the Hubble time

Educación

  •  astronomy, UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE CORDOBA. Argentina, 2013
  •  Physics, UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA. Chile, 2005

Experiencia Académica

  •   Associate professor Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

    Science

    La Serena, Chile

    January 2018 - At present

  •   Profesor jornada parcial Part Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

    science

    La Serena, Chile

    January 2005 - January 2007

  •   profesor jornada parcial Part Time

    UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DEL NORTE

    Ciencias del Mar

    Coquimbo, Chile

    January 2005 - January 2007

  •   Adjunct Researcher Part Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

    science

    La Serena, Chile

    January 2015 - January 2016

  •   Adjunct Professor Part Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

    science

    La Serena, Chile

    January 2015 - January 2016

  •   Adjunct Professor Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

    science

    La Serena, Chile

    January 2017 - January 2018

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Postdoctoral Fellow - ALMA/CONICYT Other

    Universidad de la Serena

    La Serena, Chile

    January 2013 - January 2014

  •   Postdoctoral Fellow - SOARD/AFOSR Full Time

    Universidad de la Serena

    La Serena, Chile

    January 2014 - January 2015

Formación de Capital Humano


Postgraduate Courses - Universidad de La Serena
Radioatronomy (2015)
The large-scale structure of the Universe (2019)

Graduate Courses - Universidad de La Serena
Extragalactic astronomy (2016 - 2018)
Numerical methods for astronomy (2015 - present)
Optics (2015 - 2018)
Electromagnetism (2016 - 2018)
Introduction to astronomy (2018 - present)
Topics of modern astronomy (2017 - 2018)

Sponsor Postdoctoral Fellow FONDECYT
2019-2022: Dra. Valeria Mesa

Co-advisor PhD Thesis
Dra. Laura Baravalle (2014-2018, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina),

Co-advisor Magister Thesis
Ing. Flor Candia. Title. "Propiedades fotométricas de satélites geosincrónicos ” (2015-2016, Universidad de La Serena, Chile)*
Lic. Daniel Hernandez. Title. "Los efectos del desacoplamiento entre la materia oscura y la materia ” (2016-2019, Universidad de La Serena, Chile)
* tesis sin finalizar.

Advisor Master Thesis
Lic. Fernada Milla Castro. Title “La estructura en gran escala del Universo a través de los ojos de VISTA” (2018-present, Universidad de La Serena, Chile)*
Lic. Barbara Cubillos. "Dinámica de grupos de galaxias fósiles" (2019

Advisor Bachelor Thesis
Valentina Ojeda (2015) Title "Witnessing the formation of galaxy clusters. The case of VMF98102"
Daniel Hernandez (2015). Title "Galaxy morphology in poor galaxy clusters"
Fernanda Milla (2017). Title "Extragalactic sources behind the Milky Way"
Barbara Cubillos (2018). Title "A metacatalog of fossil groups"



 

Article (12)

Low X-Ray Luminosity Galaxy Clusters. IV. SDSS galaxy clusters at z < 0.2
Machine Learning on Difference Image Analysis: A comparison of methods for transient detection
The First Galaxy Cluster Discovered by the VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea Survey
A New Global Array of Optical Telescopes: The Falcon Telescope Network
Analysis of candidates for interacting galaxy clusters I. A1204 and A2029/A2033
Searching for Extragalactic Sources in the VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea Survey
Multi-messenger Observations of a Binary Neutron Star Merger
Observations of the First Electromagnetic Counterpart to a Gravitational-wave Source by the TOROS Collaboration
LOW X-RAY LUMINOSITY GALAXY CLUSTERS: MAIN GOALS, SAMPLE SELECTION, PHOTOMETRIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS
Hundreds of new cluster candidates in the VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea survey DR1
Low X-ray luminosity galaxy clusters - III. Weak lensing mass determination at 0.18 < z < 0.70
Low X-ray luminosity galaxy clusters - II. Optical properties and morphological content at 0.18 < z < 0.70

Proyecto (7)

Non-Resolved Satellite Multi-Modal Data Fusion
Los efectos del desacoplamiento entre la materia oscura y la materia bariónica en la población componente de los cúmulos de galaxias de baja luminosidad en rayos-X.
"El lado oscuro de la Vía Láctea, La estructura en gran escala del Universo a través de los ojos de VISTA"
"Simultaneous Observations of Geosynchronous Satellites from Falcon Telescope Sites at Sterling and La Junta, Colorado and Mamalluca, Chile"
El lado oscuro de la Vía Láctea: la estructura en gran escala del Universo a través de los ojos de VISTA
Low X-ray galaxy clusters and galaxy morphology evolution
Sistemas de galaxias satélites: análisis de las propiedades y relación con la actividad nuclear
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Jose Nilo

associate professor

Physics and Astrnomy

Universidad de La Serena

La Serena, Chile

1
Juan Beamin

Post doctoral researcher

Física y Astronomía

UNIVERSIDAD DE VALPARAISO

Valparaíso, Chile

1
Alfredo Zenteno

Assistant Scientist

Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory

La Serena, Chile

1
Ricardo Munoz

Associate Professor

Astronomy

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Dante Minniti

Professor

Facultad de Ciencias Exactas

UNIVERSIDAD ANDRES BELLO

Santiago, Chile

1
Rodolfo Barbá

Head of Astronomy Group

Física

DEPARTAMENTO DE FÍSICA - UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

La Serena, Chile