Jorge Eduardo Fernandez is professor of Radiation Transfer and Particle Transport and is Director of the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna - Representacion en la Republica Argentina (also called Centro de Altos Estudios de la Universidad de Bologna). He obtained his PhD in Physics at the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina in 1985, with a theoretical–experimental dissertation on a spectroscopic absolute method of analysis with nuclear techniques. He has authored some 120 publications in high-ranked scientific journals, several of them as invited contributions and numerous invited talks worldwide. His main research interests are: X-ray interactions, X- and Gamma-Ray photon transport with deterministic and Monte Carlo methods, multiple scattering of photons, polarization effects, detailed description of the X-ray spectrum, detailed description of the detector response function, and spectrum unfolding from detector influence. He is Editor of "Applied Radiation and Isotopes" and "X-Ray Spectrometry", serves as Secretary of the International Radiation Physics Society (IRPS) and is a member of many relevant committees and panels.
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