Carina Fian

Carina graduated summa cum laude from the University de La Laguna in 2018. Her primary research interest focuses on gravitational lensing, reverberation mapping and active galactic nuclei (AGNs). In particular, she is using gravitational microlensing to reveal the size, geometry and kinematics of AGNs on different scales, starting from the broad-line region, followed by the accretion disk, down to the smallest region of the AGN – the central supermassive black hole. Her goal is to perform the first high resolution study of the structure of AGNs via kinematic responses to microlensing in the broad emission lines of gravitationally lensed quasars.