Camilla Danielski, PhD

Post-doctoral researcher, IAA-CSIC


About me

I am an Italian and Brazilian astrophysicist currently working at the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (Granada, Spain).

I am primarily interested in the characterisation of giant exoplanets, from their formation till the last moments of their planetary system life.

My Research interests


Image credit: NRC-HIA / C. Marois / W. M. Keck Observatory.

Directly imaged exoplanets

Young giant exoplanets that we can take pictures of.


Image credit: NASA/SDO (Sun), MPS/René Heller

exoplanets that transit

Adult exoplanets that pass in front of their host star, hiding its stellar light.


Image Credit: Simonluca Definis

Exoplanets via gravitational wave astronomy

Old giant exoplanets that orbit double white dwarf stars.

UPCOMING conferences


"A magnifying glass on circumbinary exoplanets: their formation and evolution throughout the HR diagram"

EAS 2022 - Valencia (27 June - 1 July)

Together with the Science Organising Committee of the S22 Session we are presenting at EAS 2022 a Special Session whose goal is to gather around the table all the specialists in the sub-fields that target the different aspects of the life of a circumbinary P-type exoplanet (i.e. formation, dynamics, long-term evolution, observations and detection) for ensuring a comprehensive approach to the science of such a population, and establishing a exhaustive network of expertises to help deepen our understanding on the nature of these objects.

Session Web Page: SS22


"Future instruments to detect and characterise extrasolar planets and their environment".

EPSC 2022 - Granada (18-23 September 2022)

Exoplanets are being discovered in large numbers thanks to recent and ongoing surveys using state-of-the-art instrumentation from the ground and from space. In the next years, new astronomical instruments will further scout our Galaxy to overcome the current observational biases in the search of alien worlds, to gain a deeper understanding of the chemical and physical properties of both exoplanets and their environments, and to unveil the processes of formation and evolution of planets and their atmospheres. The goal of this session is to bring together the instrumentation and observational communities that are underpinning the future of the exoplanet field.

Session Web Page: EXOA7



With many more space- and ground-based Observatories the future of exoplanets is bright ! These "eyes-on-the-sky" will help us to know to pin down the true nature of planets outside the Solar System and to shed light on the formation and evolution of such exotic celestial objects !

Image credit: ESA


Istituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia

Glorieta de la Astronomia, S/N

18008, Granada,


email: cdanielski AT