Probing multi-scale mechanical damage in connective tissues using X-ray diffraction F Bianchi, F Hofmann, AJ Smith, MS Thompson Acta Biomaterialia in press (2016) The accumulation of microstructural collagen damage following […]
This is a fully-funded doctoral studentship to study irradiation damage in fusion reactor materials using synchrotron X-ray diffraction. It is funded by the Leverhulme Trust. Further details can be found here.
Felix has just been awarded a research project grant from the Leverhulme Trust. This will fund a new project called “Probing the Invisible: Characterizing Atomic-Scale Point Defects with X-rays”. The […]
MoD-PMI 2016 in Loughborough was an excellent meeting, bringing together experimentalists and theorists working on material-plasma interactions. Some terrific new results starting to bridge the gap between simulations and experiments.
Felix has just returned from a very stimulating scientific trip to China. He started in Chengdu where he spoke at the National Nuclear Fusion Materials Forum. From there he continued […]
Felix has just come back from the IREMEV annual monitoring meeting, held at IPP Garching, Germany. He presented his recent work on helium in tungsten and its effects on mechanical […]
Non-Contact Measurement of Thermal Diffusivity in Ion-Implanted Nuclear Materials F Hofmann, DR Mason, JK Eliason, AA Maznev, KA Nelson, SL Dudarev Scientific Reports 5 (2015), 16042 Knowledge of mechanical and […]
Felix is an invited speaker at the Size and Strain conference at the University of Oxford.
Felix is at the Denver X-ray Conference 2015 in Westminster, Colorado, USA. He will give an invited talk on “Defect Analysis at the Atomic Scale”.
Felix’s News and Views entitled “Shedding coherent light on defects” can be found in the August issue of Nature Materials.