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materials engineer , researcher

Luciano Fernandes Boesel, Brazilian materials engineer, researcher. Recipient Lavoisier prize, Regional Counsil Chemical São Paulo, 1999, prize, Institute Engineers, 1999; grantee Young Scientist fellow, European Society Biomaterials, 2002. Fellow: European Society Biomaterials.

Background

Boesel, Luciano Fernandes was born on November 26, 1976 in Montenegro, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Son of Luiz Fernandes and Romilda Boesel.

Education

Degree in materials engineering, Federal University São Carlos, Brazil, 1999. Master of Science in Materials Engineering, Federal University São Carlos, Brazil, 2001. Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Engineering, University Minho, 2006.

Career

Trainee Bundesanstalt Materialsforschung and prüfung, Berlin, 1997—1997, TRW Automotive Brasil Limitada, Diadema, Brazil, 1998—1998. Researcher department materials engineering Federal University São Carlos, 1999—2001. Researcher department polymer engineering University Minho, 3B's Research Group, Guimarães, Portugal, 2001—2006.

Marie Curie research fellow Spanish National Research Council, Spain, since 2006. Quality assurance manager 3B's Research Group, Guimarães, 2003—2006. Presenter in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of poly (ethylene terephthalate)-organoclay nanocomposites to allow this material to be used in bottle for carbonated beverages. Development of a novel generation of acrylic-based bone cements with improved mechanical and bioactive properties and better bonding to bone as an alternative to the commercial cements. Research in the field of biomaterials, natural origin materials and biodegradable polymers.

Membership

Fellow: European Society Biomaterials.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Mountain climbing, swimming.

Connections

father:
Luiz Fernandes

mother:
Romilda Boesel