I am a PhD student from the University of Milan working at the "Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera-Merate" in close contact with the Darklight team.

My research is currently focused on the effects of massive neutrinos on the Large Scale Structure of the Universe, both investigating methods for constraining their mass, and studying their precise treatment in cosmological simulations (especially in setting initial conditions).

I received my master's degree in Astrophysics from the University of Milano-Bicocca in October 2014 with a thesis on constraining the total neutrino mass using the clustering properties of galaxies.

Email: matteo.zennaro(at)brera.inaf.it

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