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Matteo Cantiello

Short Bio

Matteo Cantiello is an Associate Research Scientist at the Center for Computational Astrophysics in NYC and a visiting associate researcher at Princeton University. He is also the Chief Scientific Officer at Authorea. Matteo has published more than 60 astrophysics articles in top scientific journals, and has obtained more than 2000 citations.



How to Bring Science Publishing into the 21st Century

The Night of the Shooting Stars

Have there been aliens? Will there be aliens?

Authorea 编辑 LateX 的在线编辑器

Gravitational Waves and the Death of the PDF

How is Authorea different from ShareLaTeX and Overleaf?

From Einstein to LIGO: 100 years of Science

Gravitational Waves: The First Swell!

The Surfer's Guide to Gravitational Waves

The Most Beautiful Equation

Concinnitas: The Art of the Equation

Measuring Open Science

Summary of research for: “Local Radiation Hydrodynamic Simulations of Massive Star Envelopes at The Iron Opacity Peak”

New York Open Science Meetup: Are we alone in the Universe?

Public-Friendly Open Science

A “Modern Scientist” Manifesto

Sharing and Caring. In the Open.

Interactive Drake Equation

Are we alone in the Universe?

Are we alone in the Universe? The Fermi Paradox

Are we alone in the Universe?
The emergence of life

Why should I use Authorea to write my papers?

Why should I use Authorea to write my paper?

Are we alone in the Universe?
The Drake Equation

How to write Math in Authorea

Open Peer Review with Authorea

An Arctic Journey: Chasing the Solar Eclipse

Open Review on an ApJ-submitted Pre publication

SOLVE, four days that could change the world

Happy Valentine's Day!

Are we alone in the Universe?
Habitable planets

Mysterious Particle Discovered

This week in science (#42) Special Edition: Nobel Prizes

First evidence of Quantum Gravity? Ask the dust

Look & Listen 2014


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