Paolo Cremonese, M.Sc.

Ph.D. student

room: 409
tel: +48 91 444 12 86
e-mail: paolo.cremonese [at] usz.edu.pl

Research interests
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Research interests

  • multi-messenger astrophysics
  • data analysis
  • gravitational waves
  • gravitational lensing

Personal detail

  • First name: Paolo
  • Last name: Cremonese
  • Place of birth: Treviso, Italy
  • Date of birth: 25/06/1992
  • Nationality: Italian
  • Address: Via Pascoli, 10 - 31048 San Biagio di Callalta, Treviso (Italy)
  • Email:
  •  Cell: +48 789424334
    +39 340 6042545


  • 2018-current
    PhD, Szczecin University, Mathematics and Physics department, Szczecin, Poland.
    subject: Multi-messenger astrophysics, gravitational lensing, gravitational waves, data analysis
    supervisor: prof. Vincenzo Salzano
    web page: cosmo.usz.edu.pl/pcremonese
  • 2015-2017
    Master’s Degree in Astronomy, Universitá degli Studi di Padova, Padova, Final result: 110L/110.
  • 2011–2015
    Bachelor’s Degree in Astronomy, Universitá degli Studi di Padova, Padova, Final result: 98/110. 


On line listarXivINSPIRE


  • August, 2018
    The lensing time delay between gravitational and electromagnetic waves, (arXiv:1808.05886), a reviewed copy of the master thesis work. Submitted to A&A.

Master's Thesis

Delay in arrival time between Gravitational Waves and Electromagnetic signal due to Gravitational Lensing.

Supervisors: Prof. Edvard Mörtsell and Prof. Sabino Matarrese

Abstract: I studied the arrival time difference, due to gravitational lensing, between two signals of different nature, gravitational and electromagnetic, coming from the same source. I studied the problem both from a theoretical and observational point of view. It was an extremely useful experience because, in order to fully understand and properly work on my thesis, I had to study many different subjects from different fields. In particular, I expand my knowledge above academic standard on gravitational waves, gravitational lensing, millisecond pulsars, pulsar timing array, super massive binary BHs and electromagnetic signal from those. A reviewed copy of the work was submitted for publication to A&A on July 2019.

Bachelor's Thesis

Materia oscura nelle galassie a spirale / Dark matter in spiral galaxies.

Supervisors: Prof. A. Pizzella and Prof. E. M. Corsini

Abstract: In this thesis I studied the presence of dark matter in two spiral galaxies, using their velocity curve shaped through observation data of doppler shift of some fundamental spectral lines. I modelled a dark matter halo fitting the velocity curve and the "regular" matter curve, obtained through photometric data. In parallel to that, I also explained the velocity curve through the MOND theory. During this work I learned to use IDL and I studied more in detail dark matter.

Observing Experience

  • 13-14 January 2016
    Asiago Astrophysical Observatory, 122 cm, Asiago, Italy
    Adaptive Optics speckle interferometry of a sample of unresolved binary stars.
  • November 2013
    Asiago Astrophysical Observatory, 122 cm, Asiago, Italy
    Data reduction of photometric images with pre-reduction for bias and flat field.


  • Feb-Jul/2018
    Internship, data science, DBA group, Treviso, Italy
    I took part in an 6 months internship. I worked in a group developing methods and knowledge on how to record and elaborate different type of data, from meteorological to industrial. There, I had the opportunity to deepen my knowledge of Python language and learning also some statistics topics, especially neural networks and classification methods.
  • 2016--2017
    Erasmus experience, Stockholm
    I spent the last year of my master degree in Stockholm thanks to the Erasmus + project. That gave me the opportunity to live in a different country and in a large city. There, I experienced a total independent life and made a lot of important experiences useful for my growth as student and, most of all, as person.


  • 2016
    Erasmus + scholarship

Computer skills

  • intermediate: OpenOffice, Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mathematica
  • advenced: Python, latex


  • Italian
  • English


  • Travelling
    Discover and live new cultures and countries is for sure one of my goal for the present and the  future.
  • Data analysis
    Besides my academic work, I like to study and be informed about machine learning and data science in general.
  • Sports
    I played football for many years in a team, and I still play it sometimes. I also love lots of other sport and physical activities, one in particular is cycling.
  • Piano
    I took piano lessons for several years, since I was a kid, and it is still a special thing for me.
  • Books
    Reading has always been vital to me. To learn always new stuff and plunge into books is my thing.
  • Technologies
    I am interested in all technologies regarding both my field of study and not, and I try to keep informed on this topic as much as I can.

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