Debora M. Martino

Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, USA


Debora Martino received her M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Rosario, Argentina under the supervision of Prof. Rafael Calvo. She was a postdoctoral associate in the research group of Prof. Hans van Willigen at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She was appointed as non-tenure track Adjunct Prof. at the University of Massachusetts Boston and then as research scientist at the Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory at MIT, led by Prof. Robert Griffin. She is currently a senior scientist and professor at CONICET and Universidad Nacional del Litoral in Argentina. She is/was advisor of quite a lot of students, form undergraduate to graduate and postdocs, and she is/was PI of several national and international founded grants. Her research interests include the application of magnetic resonance (NMR, Fourier Transform EPR (FT-EPR), Continuous Wave EPR (CW-EPR) and Electron Spin Echo (ESE)) and optical spectroscopy to study the synthesis, characterization of structural properties and mathematical modeling of new materials, in particular biopolymers.

Biography Updated on 10 September 2016

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