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Leandro Rímulo received his master's degree in Physics at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) and his PhD in Astronomy at the University of São Paulo (USP). He has experience in Astronomy/Astrophysics, focusing on stellar evolutionary models and in modeling of circumstellar disks using computational hydrodynamics and radiative transfer. He also has experience with Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques for the treatment of uncertainties in the comparison of models and observations. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Context: Be stars are main-sequence, early type stars whose spectrum is characterized by the presence of emission lines of HI, He and other metals. This emission comes from a circumstellar disk, whose origin is attributed to material that is ejected by the fast-spinning central star. Aims: the Be star delta Scorpii was diskless (i.e., a normal B star) during all of the XX century, but i...
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