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Exploring gravitational-wave detection and parameter inference using Deep Learning methods, João D. Álvares, José A. Font, Felipe F. Freitas, Osvaldo G. Freitas, António P. Morais, Solange Nunes, Antonio Onofre, and Alejandro Torres-Forné; arXiv:2011.10425[gr-qc].

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SO(2) gauged Skyrmions in 4+1 dimension, Francisco Navarro-Lerida, Eugen Radu, D. H. Tchrakian; Phys. Rev. D (2020) 125014, arXiv:2003.05889 [hep-th].

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On the inexistence of self-gravitating soiitons in generalised axion-electrodynamics, C. A. R. Herdeiro and J. M. S. Oliveira; Phys. Lett. B 800 (2020) 135076, arXiv:1909.08915 [gr-qc].

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On the inexistence of solitons in Einstein–Maxwell-scalar models, C. A. R. Herdeiro and J. M. S. Oliveira; Class. Quant. Grav. 36 (2019) no.10, 105015, arXiv:1902.07721 [gr-qc].

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Gravitating solitons and black holes with synchronised hair in the four dimensional O(3) sigma-model, C. Herdeiro, I. Perapechka, E. Radu and Y. Shnir; JHEP 1902 (2019) 111, arXiv:1811.11799 [gr-qc].

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APS Outstanding Referee

C. Herdeiro was nominated a 2021 Outstanding Referee by the American Physical Society (APS). The Outstanding Referee program was instituted in 2008 to recognize scientists who have been exceptionally helpful in assessing manuscripts for publication in the APS journals. This highly selective program annually recognizes about 150 of the roughly 71,000 currently active referees.

Worldwide study on influential scientists

A list of the impact of scientists' careers was revealed in late 2020 in a study coordinated by John Ioannidis, from Stanford University (USA).  It includes 34 scientists from the University of Aveiro (UA), including 2 from Gr@v.  Read the UA coverage here.