Mario Garavaglia

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Mario Garavaglia

Mario Garavaglia (born 1937) is an Argentine physicist. He was born in Junín (Buenos Aires Province, Argentina) in 1937. In 1999 the International Commission for Optics awarded him the Galileo Galilei Award by unanimous vote for his work on lasers and their applications in industry, medicine and biology and for promoting optics in Latin America.

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