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Tiago J. L. C. E. Campante

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Biographic Notes
Tiago Campante qualified with a BSc in Physics/Applied Mathematics from the University of Porto (Portugal) in 2007 and went on to study for a PhD co-hosted by the University of Porto and Aarhus University (Denmark). Tiago was awarded a PhD in Astronomy by the University of Porto in 2012. Shortly after concluding his PhD, he joined the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. In 2017, following a short spell as Research Scientist at the University of GŲttingen (Germany), Tiago joined the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Porto as an Assistant Professor (non-tenured; 2017 - 2018) and the Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences as a Researcher (2017 - present).
Tiago's research experience and scholarship in the fields of stellar astrophysics and exoplanetary science are extensive. He is an expert on analyzing asteroseismic data and over the past few years has developed a considerable interest in the use of asteroseismology not only to characterize exoplanet systems, but also to elucidate the dynamics and evolution of those systems. Tiago was awarded, in 2018, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to study giant planets transiting oscillating evolved stars.
Tiago has been an active contributor to the asteroseismic program of the NASA Kepler/K2 mission since its launch in 2009, having also contributed to the analysis of asteroseismic targets observed by the CoRoT space mission as well as during ground-based, radial-velocity campaigns. At present, he plays key roles in the science preparation and/or coordination work for the NASA TESS (2018), ESA PLATO (2026), and ESA ARIEL (2028) space missions.
Tiago is coauthor of over 100 publications (including Nature and Science). He is also an enthusiastic communicator on the themes of stellar astrophysics and exoplanets, giving frequent talks to various groups at the national level. Furthermore, he frequently contributes to both the national and international media on stories related to his field of research.

Lastest publications at IAB. Nsamba, N. A. M. Moedas, T. L. Campante, M. S. Cunha, J.-C. SuŠrez, M. J. P. F. G. Monteiro, J. M. Fernandes, C. Jiang, B. Akinsanmi, 2021,
Asteroseismic modelling of solar-type stars: a deeper look at the treatment of initial helium abundance,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 500, 54 - 65
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S. R. Kane, J. L. Bean, T. L. Campante, P. A. Dalba, T. Mocnik, J. Pepper, M. C. Turnbull, G. R. Ricker, R. K. Vanderspek, D. W. Latham, 2021,
Science Extraction from TESS Observations of Known Exoplanet Hosts,
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 133, 12
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W. H. Ball, W. J. Chaplin, M. B. Nielsen, S. Mathur, A. R. G. Santos, R. A. GarcŪa, D. L. Buzasi, B. Mosser, M. Deal, A. Stokholm et al. (including: B. Nsamba, T. L. Campante, M. S. Cunha), 2020,
Robust asteroseismic properties of the bright planet host HD 38529,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 499, 6084 - 6093
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V. Zh. Adibekyan, S. G. Sousa, N. C. Santos, P. Figueira, C. A. Prieto, E. Delgado Mena, J. I. GonzŠlez HernŠndez, P. de Laverny, A. Recio-Blanco, T. L. Campante et al. (including: J. P. Faria, T. Boulet), 2020,
Benchmark stars, benchmark spectrographs. Detailed spectroscopic comparison of ESPRESSO, PEPSI, and HARPS data for Gaia benchmark stars,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 642, 16
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M. B. Nielsen, W. H. Ball, A. H. M. J. Triaud, D. L. Buzasi, Stassun K. G., S. R. Kane, W. J. Chaplin, B. Mosser, I. W. Roxburgh, Z. «elik Orhan et al. (including: M. Vrard, M. Deal, T. L. Campante), 2020,
TESS asteroseismology of the known planet host star λ2 Fornacis,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 641, 11
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S. R. Kane, H. P. Osborn, P. A. Dalba, L. D. Nielsen, A. Vanderburg, T. Mocnik, N. R. Hinkel, S. Udry, ÷. BaştŁrk, G. R. Ricker et al. (including: T. L. Campante), 2020,
Transits of Known Planets Orbiting a Naked-eye Star,
The Astronomical Journal, 160, 13
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Instituto de Astrof√≠sica e Ci√™ncias do Espa√ßo Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia COMPETE 2020 PORTUGAL 2020 União Europeia