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Eduardo Favret

Research Scientist, National Institute of Agricultural Technology and CONICET, Argentina


Dr. Eduardo A. Favret is currently a research scientist at the Institute of Soils and the Botanical Garden “Arturo E. Ragonese”, Natural Resources Research Centre (CIRN), National Institute for Agricultural Technology (INTA), Castelar, Argentina. He obtained his doctoral degree in Physics from the University of Buenos Aires and did a postdoctoral training in laser structuring of materials at the Institute of Functional Materials, University of Saarbrücken, Germany, with a German Science Foundation fellowship. He is also a research scientist of the National Council on Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET), Assistant Professor of the Institute of Technology “Prof. Jorge A. Sábato”, UNSAM – CNEA, and director of postgraduate theses. He has published many articles and co-developed RIMAPS and ULOI techniques. He received international awards and participated in different conferences. He is member of the Argentine Society of Microscopy (SAMIC), the American Society for Metals (ASM International), the International Metallographic Society (IMS), the Microscopy Society of America (MSA) and the American Chemical Society (ACS).
Research Interest
Micromorphology and mineralogy of soils, Biomimetism (functional properties of biological surfaces and its development on artificial surfaces) Metallography, microscopy and characterization of biological and technical surfaces