Marco Sirianni is an associate research scientist
at the Johns Hopkins University where he works in
the the Advanced Camera group. He received his BS
degree in Astronomy and Ph.D. in Space Science and
Technology in 1994 and 1999 from the University
of Padova (Italy).
He joined the Johns Hopkins University in 1999
and he is presently working on the CCD characterization
and calibration program for the Advanced Camera
for Surveys. He is involved in scientific collaboration
with research groups at the Space Telescope Science
Institute and at the Johns Hopkins University. His
main research interests are the low mass star population
in young clusters in the Magellanic Clouds and the
initial mass function and the mass segregation in
young massive clusters.