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chemist

Pedro Tartaj, Spanish, American chemist. Achievements include patents for Aerosol-Assisted Preparation of Pigments; research in Single-Step formation of Magnetic Hollow Spheres; research in Microemulsion-Assisted Preparation of Ceramic Powders. Fellow, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1997-1998; grantee, Science and Education Ministry of Spain, 1992-1993; scholar, Science and Education Ministry, 1986-1991.

Background

Tartaj, Pedro was born on June 29, 1968 in Madrid, Spain. Son of Jesus Tartaj and Luisa Salvador.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Autonoma University Madrid, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science, Autonoma University Madrid, 1996.

Career

Posdoctoral researcher Syracuse University, New York, 1997—1997, Clarkson University, Potsdam, 1997—1998. Research associate Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, California, 1998—2000, Spanish National Research Council, Madrid, since 2000. Visiting scientist University York, England, 2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for Aerosol-Assisted Preparation of Pigments. Research in Single-Step formation of Magnetic Hollow Spheres. Research in Microemulsion-Assisted Preparation of Ceramic Powders.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, soccer, bicycling, running, reading.

Connections

father:
Jesus Tartaj

mother:
Luisa Salvador