PTYS/LPL Graduate Students

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Saverio Cambioni

PTYS Graduate Student

Exoplanets; Planetary Formation and Evolution, Planetary Analogs, Small Bodies, Machine Learning, Remote Sensing & Space Exploration

I perform data-driven analysis of planetary science data (machine learning) to study the formation of terrestrial planets and small bodies and understand their evolution. 

M.S. Space and Astronautical Engineering, 2016, University of Rome La Sapienza
B.S. Aerospace Engineering, 2014, University of Rome La Sapienza
Ph.D. Planetary Sciences, 2020, University of Arizona

Major Advisor(s): Erik Asphaug


  • Emsenhuber, A., Cambioni, S., Asphaug, E., Gabriel, T. S. J., Furfaro, R., and Schwartz, S. R. Realistic On-the-fly Outcomes of Planetary Collisions II: Bringing Machine Learning to N-body Simulations. ApJ, 891(1): 6, 2020.
  • Cambioni, S. Asphaug, E., Emsenhuber, A., Gabriel, T. S. J., Furfaro, R., Schwartz, S. R. Realistic On the-fly Outcomes of Planetary Collisions: Machine Learning Applied to Simulations of Giant Impacts. ApJ, 875(1): 40, 2019.
  • Cambioni, S., Delbo, M., Ryan, J., Furfaro, R., Asphaug, E. Constraining the Thermal Properties of Planetary Surfaces using Machine Learning: Application to Airless Bodies. Icarus, 325:16– 30, 2019.
  • Cambioni, S., & Malhotra, R. The Midplane of the Main Asteroid Belt. AJ, 155:143 2018.
  • Rizk, B., et al. (including Cambioni, S.) OSIRIS-REx low-velocity particles during outbound cruise. Advances in Space Research, 63(1): 672-691, 2018.
  • Earth Trojans: The Phantom Asteroids. Talk at SpaceDrafts, Tucson, 2017/4. Link to the video
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