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Jorge M. C. Grave graduated in Physics/Applied Mathematics (Astronomy) in 2004 at the Faculdade de CiÍncias da Universidade do Porto (FCUP). He obtained his PhD in 2009 as part of the Doctoral Program in Astronomy, also at FCUP.
Currently, he is a researcher at the Centro de AstrofŪsica da Universidade do Porto.
His research interests are centred in star formation, specifically in the study of the initial stages in the evolution of massive stars. His work addresses diverse topics such as accretion and outflow phenomena, multiplicity at birth and the interaction between the protostars and the giant molecular clouds in which they are formed.
Lastest publications at IAL. K. Dewangan, D. K. Ojha, J. M. C. Grave, K. K. Mallick, 2015,
Star formation around the mid-infrared bubble CN 148,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 446, 2640 - 2658
>> AbstractJ. M. C. Grave, M. S. N. Kumar, D. K. Ojha, G. D. C. Teixeira, G. Pace, 2014,
The ionizing sources of luminous compact HII regions in the RCW106 and RCW122 clouds,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 563, A123_1 - A123_5
>> AbstractG. D. C. Teixeira, M. S. N. Kumar, R. Bachiller, J. M. C. Grave, 2012,
Molecular hydrogen jets and outflows in the Serpens south filamentary cloud,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 543, A51_1 - A51_7
>> AbstractT. Velusamy, W. D. Langer, M. S. N. Kumar, J. M. C. Grave, 2011,
Jets and Wide-Angle Outflows in Cepheus E: New Evidence from Spitzer,
The Astrophysical Journal, 741, 60_1 - 60_15
>> AbstractM. S. N. Kumar, S. Sharma, C. J. Davis, J. Borissova, J. M. C. Grave, 2011,
H2 flows in the Corona Australis cloud and their driving sources,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 533, A137_1 - A137_10
>> AbstractD. K. Ojha, M. S. N. Kumar, C. J. Davis, J. M. C. Grave, 2010,
The sequence of low- and high-mass star formation in the young stellar cluster IRAS 19343+2026,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 407, 1807 - 1818