Chemical and Environmental Engineering Group

Leonardo finished the bachelor degree in Materials Engineering from São Paulo State University – UNESP (Brazil) in 2010. In 2017, he received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Campinas – UNICAMP (Brazil). Expert in the field of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, with emphasis in metals and alloys, studying the following subjects: titanium alloys, crystallographic texture and microstructural characterization. Currently, he is studying the growth of TiO2 nanotubes over titanium substrates, with the purpose of using them for controlled drug delivery in bone implants.
Phase transformation of Nb2O5 during the formation of flame sprayed coatings and its influence on the adhesion strength, abrasive wear and slurry erosive wear

Falls, H. D. C. ; Belem, M. J. X. ; Roca, A. S. ; Fanton, L. ; Lima, C. R. C.

Texture Development in Cold Deformed and Recrystallized Ti-30Nb-4Sn Alloy and Its Effects on Hardness and Young's Modulus

Fanton, Leonardo; De Lima, Nelson Batista ; De Oliveira França Hayama, Alexandra ; Caram, Rubens ; Fogagnolo, João Batista

Comparison of Mechanical and Microstructural Characteristics in Maraging 300 Steel Welded by three Different Processes: LASER, PLASMA and TIG

Sakai, P.R. ; Lima, M.S.F. ; Fanton, L. ; Gomes, C.V. ; Lombardo, S. ; Silva, D.F. ; Abdalla, A.J.

Heat Treatment and YbFiber Laser Welding of a Maraging Steel

Fanton, L.; Abdalla, A. J. ; Lima, M. S. F.

  • Welding Journal, 93, 362-368 (2014)