Cosimo Bambi

Cosimo Bambi (born 21 September 1980, in Florence, Italy) is an Italian relativist and cosmologist who is currently a professor of physics at Fudan University in Shanghai, China.

Bambi's research interests include strong field tests of general relativity, black holes, gravitational collapse, and physics of the early Universe. He has more than 100 publications in all the above topics and is highly cited. He has also written three monographs/books on particle cosmology, black holes, and general relativity. The Quantum Bambi effect is named after him.

Bambi received the Laurea degree from Florence University in 2003 and the Doctoral degree from Ferrara University in 2007 under the supervision of Sasha Dolgov. He had research positions at Wayne State University, IPMU at The University of Tokyo, and LMU Munich. He joined the Department of Physics at Fudan University as a faculty member under the Thousand Young Talents Program at the end of 2012 and was named Xie Xide Junior Chair Professor of Physics in 2016. In 2015, he was named Humboldt Fellow and got a visiting position at the University of Tübingen. Provided by Wikipedia
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Regular Black Holes [E-Book] : Towards a New Paradigm of Gravitational Collapse /
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High-Resolution X-ray Spectroscopy [E-Book] : Instrumentation, Data Analysis, and Science /
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Handbook of Gravitational Wave Astronomy [E-Book] /
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Tutorial Guide to X-ray and Gamma-ray Astronomy [E-Book] : Data Reduction and Analysis /
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Introduction to General Relativity [E-Book] : A Course for Undergraduate Students of Physics /
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Black Holes: A Laboratory for Testing Strong Gravity [E-Book] /
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Astrophysics of Black Holes [E-Book] : From Fundamental Aspects to Latest Developments /
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Introduction to Particle Cosmology [E-Book] : The Standard Model of Cosmology and its Open Problems /