Luís Longo Micchi - Mr. - Graduate Student - Visitor
Office: 321C Whitmore
Address: 4575 Pollock Rd, State College, PA 16801
Phone: 8144098175

He holds a degree in Physics from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2015) and a master’s degree in Physics from the Brazilian Center for Physics Research (2018). He is currently a doctoral fellow at the Federal University of ABC. During his Ph.D., he spent six months (2019) at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (Canada) and, since February 2022, he has been working as a Visitor Scholar at the Pennsylvania State University (USA). Has experience in Physics, with emphasis on General Relativity and Gravitation, working mainly on the following topics: gravitational waves, Kerr black holes, General Relativity tests, exotic objects, General Relativity, and Data Analysis and Numerical Relativity.

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  1. Travis Fischer, S. Kraemer, H. Schmitt, L. Micchi, D. Crenshaw, M. Revalski, M. Vestergaard, M. Elvis, C. Gaskell, F. Hamann, L. Ho, J. Hutchings, R. Mushotzky, H. Netzer, T. Storchi-Bergmann, A. Straughn, T. Turner, M. Ward, "iHubble Space Telescope/i Observations of Extended [O iii]i/i 5007 Emission in Nearby QSO2s: New Constraints on AGN Host Galaxy Interaction." The Astrophysical Journal 856 2 (2018)
  2. Luís Micchi, Cecilia Chirenti, "Spicing up the recipe for echoes from exotic compact objects: Orbital differences and corrections in rotating backgrounds." Phys. Rev. D 101 (2020)
  3. Luís Longo Micchi, Niayesh Afshordi, Cecilia Chirenti, "How loud are echoes from exotic compact objects?." Phys. Rev. D 103 (2021)
  4. Marc Casals, Luís Longo Micchi, "Spectroscopy of extremal and near-extremal Kerr black holes." Phys. Rev. D 99 (2019)
  5. T. Storchi-Bergmann, B. Oliveira, L. Micchi, H. Schmitt, T. Fischer, S. Kraemer, M. Crenshaw, P. Maksym, M. Elvis, G. Fabbiano, L. Colina, "Bipolar Ionization Cones in the Extended Narrow-line Region of Nearby QSO2s." The Astrophysical Journal 868 1 (2018)
  6. Jahed Abedi, Luís Micchi, Niayesh Afshordi, "GW190521: First Measurement of Stimulated Hawking Radiation from Black Holes." (2022)