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Ismael Tereno
Researcher

Email
tereno@oal.ul.pt

Biographic Notes
Ismael Tereno is a researcher at IA. He was awarded a first degree in Physics by the University of Lisbon in 1995, a Master degree by the University of Lisbon in 1999 and a PhD by the University of Lisbon and Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris in 2007. He is a member of IA since 2010.

Current research interests focus on observational tests to cosmological models. In particular focusing on various stages of the study of the gravitational lensing effect on background galaxies, including survey planning, properties of background galaxies, measurement of the effect and its cosmological implications, cosmological modelling. Also plans to work on gravitational waves.

He is national coordinator of the Euclid space mission, where is a member of the Survey, Weak Lensing, Cosmological Simulations and Theory Working Groups.

Publications
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Lastest publications at IA (or with IA Researchers) Euclid Collaboration, L. Leuzzi, M. Meneghetti, G. Angora, R. B. Metcalf, L. Moscardini, P. Rosati, P. Bergamini, F. Calura, B. Clément et al. (including: J. Brinchmann, A. C. da Silva, J. Dinis, I. Tereno, C. S. Carvalho, C. J. A. P. Martins), 2024,
Euclid preparation
XXXIII. Characterization of convolutional neural networks for the identification of galaxy-galaxy strong-lensing events
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Astronomy & Astrophysics, 681, 23
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Euclid Collaboration, C. Giocoli, M. Meneghetti, E. Rasia, S. Borgani, G. Despali, G. F. Lesci, F. Marulli, L. Moscardini, M. Sereno et al. (including: J. Brinchmann, A. C. da Silva, J. Dinis, I. Tereno, C. S. Carvalho, C. J. A. P. Martins), 2024,
Euclid preparation
XXXII. Evaluating the weak-lensing cluster mass biases using the Three Hundred Project hydrodynamical simulations
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Astronomy & Astrophysics, 681, 17
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Euclid Collaboration, S. Paltani, J. Coupon, W. G. Hartley, A. Alvarez-Ayllon, F. Dubath, J. J. Mohr, M. Schirmer, J. -C. Cuillandre, G. Desprez et al. (including: J. Brinchmann, A. C. da Silva, J. Dinis, I. Tereno, C. S. Carvalho), 2024,
Euclid preparation
XXXI. The effect of the variations in photometric passbands on photometric-redshift accuracy
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Astronomy & Astrophysics, 681, 18
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M. Pöntinen, M. Granvik, A. A. Nucita, L. Conversi, B. Altieri, B. Carry, C. M. O'Riordan, D. Scott, N. Aghanim, A. Amara et al. (including: A. C. da Silva, J. Dinis, I. Tereno), 2023,
Euclid: Identification of asteroid streaks in simulated images using deep learning,
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 679, 18
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S. Radinović, S. Nadathur, H. A. Winther, W. J. Percival, A. Woodfinden, E. Massara, E. Paillas, S. Contarini, N. Hamaus, A. Kovacs et al. (including: A. C. da Silva, I. Tereno), 2023,
Euclid: Cosmology forecasts from the void-galaxy cross-correlation function with reconstruction,
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 677, 20
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P. Auclair, D. Bacon, T. Baker, T. Barreiro, N. Bartolo, E. Belgacem, N. Bellomo, I. Ben-Dayan, D. Bertacca, M. Besancon et al. (including: L. Sousa, P. P. Avelino, A. d. Silva, C. J. A. P. Martins, J. P. Mimoso, N. J. Nunes, I. Tereno), 2023,
Cosmology with the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna,
Living Reviews in Relativity, 26
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Ismael Tereno
Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade de Coimbra
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia COMPETE 2020 PORTUGAL 2020 União Europeia