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Richard Tessadri

†2017

 

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Born: 1954, Breitenwang/Reutte-Tyrol/Austria

1974: Final exams at Highschool with special education in material science-professions(metallurgy and material testing)

1975-1981 Study of Earth Sciences, University of Innsbruck (Ph.D.) 1982-1982 University Assistant at the Institute of Mineralogy & Petrography, University of Innsbruck (Research Grant Austrian Science Foundation FWF: Polymetamorphism in the Oetztal-Stubai-Complex, Austria)

1985-1992: Lecturer at the Institute of Mineralogy & Petrography (X-Ray Diffraction, X-Ray Fluorescence, Atomic Absorption/Emission Spectroscopy)

Analytical work for various industries (i.e. industrial applications for trace element chemistry in biochemical products, paper industry, grinding tool industries etc.);

Management of the X-Ray Laboratory and Atomic Spectroscopy Laboratory

Since 1992 University Assistant at the Institute of Mineralogy & Petrography


Working fields

General: method applications for earth- and material sciences

Special: X-Ray Analysis (Diffraction, Fluorescence), Atomic Spectroscopy (AAS, ICP-OES), Electronmicroprobe-Analysis, Standard Reference Materials

Recent Project: High-Temperature X-Ray Diffraction (Phase-Changes, Rietveld-Analysis, Residual Stress-Analysis, Crystallite Sizes etc.) on hardmetal-coatings