BORGANI, STEFANO
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 20.967
EU - Europa 9.044
AS - Asia 1.998
AF - Africa 69
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 26
SA - Sud America 16
OC - Oceania 3
Totale 32.123
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 20.949
PL - Polonia 2.995
UA - Ucraina 1.456
SE - Svezia 1.420
IT - Italia 1.072
HK - Hong Kong 637
CN - Cina 516
FI - Finlandia 507
TR - Turchia 507
DE - Germania 351
BG - Bulgaria 313
IE - Irlanda 285
GB - Regno Unito 206
SG - Singapore 198
CH - Svizzera 125
BE - Belgio 90
FR - Francia 85
SN - Senegal 66
VN - Vietnam 53
IN - India 33
RU - Federazione Russa 33
NL - Olanda 26
RO - Romania 24
EU - Europa 21
CA - Canada 16
IR - Iran 15
AT - Austria 14
IL - Israele 11
BR - Brasile 7
HR - Croazia 7
ES - Italia 6
A2 - ???statistics.table.value.countryCode.A2??? 5
CL - Cile 5
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 5
MD - Moldavia 5
DK - Danimarca 4
GR - Grecia 4
ID - Indonesia 4
AU - Australia 3
JP - Giappone 3
MY - Malesia 3
EC - Ecuador 2
HU - Ungheria 2
IQ - Iraq 2
KR - Corea 2
KZ - Kazakistan 2
MX - Messico 2
RS - Serbia 2
TW - Taiwan 2
AF - Afghanistan, Repubblica islamica di 1
AL - Albania 1
AM - Armenia 1
AR - Argentina 1
AZ - Azerbaigian 1
BD - Bangladesh 1
BN - Brunei Darussalam 1
CI - Costa d'Avorio 1
ET - Etiopia 1
GE - Georgia 1
LK - Sri Lanka 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
MK - Macedonia 1
MT - Malta 1
NO - Norvegia 1
PE - Perù 1
PH - Filippine 1
PT - Portogallo 1
SA - Arabia Saudita 1
SI - Slovenia 1
UZ - Uzbekistan 1
ZA - Sudafrica 1
Totale 32.123
Città #
Woodbridge 3.231
Warsaw 2.994
Fairfield 2.756
Ann Arbor 2.526
Houston 2.243
Chandler 1.475
Jacksonville 1.318
Ashburn 1.283
Wilmington 1.262
Seattle 1.164
Cambridge 903
Hong Kong 624
Princeton 538
Izmir 422
Sofia 313
Dublin 284
Trieste 254
Beijing 240
Boardman 199
Düsseldorf 140
Bern 121
Singapore 119
San Diego 116
Kocaeli 83
Brussels 82
Dakar 66
Helsinki 64
Falls Church 60
Los Angeles 60
Bremen 58
Dong Ket 52
Milan 49
Mestre 47
Scuola 44
Des Moines 43
Phoenix 43
Dearborn 41
Norwalk 39
Buffalo 36
Chicago 34
Sacile 32
Verona 28
Washington 28
Bologna 22
Fremont 22
Pune 21
San Michele Al Tagliamento 19
Timisoara 19
Ferrara 18
Guangzhou 17
Amsterdam 14
Kunming 14
Lappeenranta 14
Hefei 13
Indiana 13
Redmond 13
Toronto 13
Gazzada Schianno 12
London 12
Padova 12
Rivalta 12
San Francisco 10
Stockholm 10
Tappahannock 10
Columbus 9
Edinburgh 9
Jinan 9
Paris 9
Vienna 9
Auburn Hills 8
Esfahan 8
Rome 8
Torino 8
Albany 7
Antwerpen 7
Barlassina 7
Florence 7
Shanghai 7
Zagreb 7
Meana Sardo 6
Nanjing 6
New York 6
Southend 6
Teolo 6
Chisinau 5
Council Bluffs 5
Illzach 5
Mountain View 5
São Paulo 5
Turin 5
Vicenza 5
Dongguan 4
Frankfurt am Main 4
Jakarta 4
Kembs 4
Munich 4
Nanchang 4
Nottingham 4
Pesaro 4
San Remo 4
Totale 26.044
Nome #
Cool core clusters from cosmological simulations 332
The early phases of galaxy clusters formation in IR: Coupling hydrodynamical simulations with GRASIL-3D 316
Pressure of the hot gas in simulations of galaxy clusters 303
Cosmological hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy clusters: X-ray scaling relations and their evolution 303
The history of chemical enrichment in the intracluster medium from cosmological simulations 290
Next generation cosmology: Constraints from the Euclid galaxy cluster survey 286
The origin of ICM enrichment in the outskirts of present-day galaxy clusters from cosmological hydrodynamical simulations 285
The large-scale environment from cosmological simulations - I. The baryonic cosmic web 276
Chandra deep observation of XDCP j0044.0-2033, a massive galaxy cluster at z > 1.5 274
Improving fast generation of halo catalogues with higher order Lagrangian perturbation theory 273
On the effect of galactic outflows in cosmological simulations of disc galaxies 253
Simulation-based marginal likelihood for cluster strong lensing cosmology 241
BCG mass evolution in cosmological hydro-simulations 241
Euclid preparation: III. Galaxy cluster detection in the wide photometric survey, performance and algorithm selection 238
The Frontier Fields lens modelling comparison project 226
The Three Hundred project: a large catalogue of theoretically modelled galaxy clusters for cosmological and astrophysical applications 221
Mass–metallicity relation from cosmological hydrodynamical simulations and X-ray observations of galaxy groups and clusters 218
Dust evolution in galaxy cluster simulations 215
The effect of baryons in the cosmological lensing PDFs 209
On the efficiency and reliability of cluster mass estimates based on member galaxies 203
Colour-magnitude diagram in simulations of galaxy formation 197
Optical Luminosities and Mass-to-Light Ratios of Nearby Galaxy Clusters 190
Constraining f(R) gravity with Sunyaev-Zel’dovich clusters detected by the Planck satellite 169
Clash-VLT: Insights on the mass substructures in the frontier fields cluster MACS J0416.1-2403 through accurate strong lens modeling 167
nIFTy galaxy cluster simulations - II. Radiative models 166
null 165
Chemical evolution of disc galaxies from cosmological simulations 165
Simulating the metal enrichment of the intracluster medium 164
The Chandra Deep Field-South: The 1 Million Second Exposure 163
Characterizing diffused stellar light in simulated galaxy clusters 163
Cosmological simulations of galaxy clusters 163
Cosmology and fundamental physics with the Euclid satellite 161
Simulating realistic disc galaxies with a novel sub-resolution ISM model 160
Internal dynamics of the z ~ 0.8 cluster RX J0152.7-1357 159
Simulating the effect of active galactic nuclei feedback on the metal enrichment of galaxy clusters 159
Athena X-IFU synthetic observations of galaxy clusters to probe the chemical enrichment of the Universe 157
Properties of the galaxy population in hydrodynamical simulations of clusters 155
X-MAS2: Study Systematics on the ICM Metallicity Measurements 154
Chemical enrichment of galaxy clusters from hydrodynamical simulations 154
Measuring cluster peculiar velocities with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect: scaling relations and systematics 152
Velocity Dispersions of CNOC Clusters and the Evolution of the Cluster Abundance 149
X-ray properties of galaxy clusters and groups from a cosmological hydrodynamical simulation 148
Tracing the evolution in the iron content of the intra-cluster medium 148
A VLT spectroscopic survey of RX J0152.7-1357, a forming cluster of galaxies at z = 0.837 148
Radiative feedback and cosmic molecular gas: The role of different radiative sources 147
On determining the cluster abundance normalization 143
The importance of mergers for the origin of intracluster stars in cosmological simulations of galaxy clusters 143
Properties of the diffuse X-ray background in a high-resolution hydrodynamical simulation 143
The cluster gas mass fraction as a cosmological probe: a revised study 143
The potential of X-ray cluster surveys to constrain primordial non-Gaussianity 143
Mismatch between X-Ray and Emission-weighted Temperatures in Galaxy Clusters: Cosmological Implications 142
Evolution of the metal content of the intracluster medium with hydrodynamical simulations 141
SNe heating and the chemical evolution of the intra-cluster medium 140
Hot and cooled baryons in smoothed particle hydrodynamic simulations of galaxy clusters: physics and numerics 139
Simulated X-ray galaxy clusters at the virial radius: Slopes of the gas density, temperature and surface brightness profiles 139
Temperature structure of the intracluster medium from smoothed-particle hydrodynamics and adaptive-mesh refinement simulations 139
How does our choice of observable influence our estimation of the centre of a galaxy cluster? Insights from cosmological simulations 139
The Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effects from a cosmological hydrodynamical simulation: large-scale properties and correlation with the soft X-ray signal 138
The effects of baryons on the halo mass function 138
The baryon fraction in hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy clusters 136
Temperature profiles of a representative sample of nearby X-ray galaxy clusters 136
null 136
Thermal Conduction in Simulated Galaxy Clusters 135
Simulating the soft X-ray excess in clusters of galaxies 134
Reproducing the entropy structure in galaxy groups 134
Properties of fossil groups in cosmological simulations and galaxy formation models 134
null 134
nIFTy galaxy cluster simulations – I. Dark matter and non-radiative models 133
NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS CHALLENGED on the PREDICTION of MASSIVE SUBHALO ABUNDANCE in GALAXY CLUSTERS: The CASE of ABELL 2142 133
Entropy amplification from energy feedback in simulated galaxy groups and clusters 132
Gas entropy in a representative sample of nearby X-ray galaxy clusters (REXCESS): relationship to gas mass fraction 132
The effect of non-gravitational gas heating in groups andclusters of galaxies 131
Cosmology with Clusters of Galaxies 131
Cosmological simulations of black hole growth: AGN luminosities and downsizing 131
Cosmic evolution of the CIV in high-resolution hydrodynamic simulations 130
X-ray spectral properties of active galactic nuclei in the Chandra Deep Field South 130
A measurement of Omega(0) from the internal dynamics of spiral galaxies 130
Box-counting clustering analysis: Corrections for finite sample effects 130
The relation between velocity dispersion and mass in simulated clusters of galaxies: dependence on the tracer and the baryonic physics 130
Neutral hydrogen in galaxy clusters: impact of AGN feedback and implications for intensity mapping 129
Hydrodynamic simulations with the Godunov smoothed particle hydrodynamics 125
The epoch of structure formation in blue mixed dark matter models 125
The effect of gas dynamics on semi-analytic modelling of cluster galaxies 124
The impact of feedback on the low-redshift intergalactic medium 124
ENEAR Redshift-Distance Survey: Cosmological Constraints 123
Biased theories of galaxy formation with arbitrary threshold functions and background distribution 122
CLASH-VLT: Testing the nature of gravity with galaxy cluster mass profiles 122
null 122
Constraining cosmological models with cluster power spectra 121
Lyman alpha emitter evolution in the reionization epoch 120
The Chemical Enrichment of the ICM from Hydrodynamical Simulations 119
Substructure of the galaxy clusters in the REXCESS sample: observed statistics and comparison to numerical simulations 119
Scaling laws in X-ray galaxy clusters at redshift between 0.4 and 1.3 119
Large-Scale Structure in Mixed Dark Matter Models with a Nonthermal Volatile Component 118
Statistical properties of cosmological N-body simulations 118
null 118
Multifractal properties of cosmological N-body simulations 118
The halo mass function in interacting dark energy models 118
Observations of the missing baryons in the warm-hot intergalactic medium 118
null 117
Totale 16.387
Categoria #
all - tutte 80.879
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 80.879


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019744 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 744
2019/20207.117 405 410 403 1.355 574 806 638 763 644 366 504 249
2020/20214.944 437 372 409 625 483 521 333 409 209 538 161 447
2021/20222.955 163 187 163 300 41 326 116 123 379 334 179 644
2022/20234.101 395 400 345 599 475 762 45 350 450 26 196 58
2023/20242.329 234 170 98 171 167 180 315 550 6 74 314 50
Totale 32.941