Congratulations to James Turton and Tom deSousa for winning prizes at the annual Department of Engineering Science Lubbock Day. James was awarded the Sony prize for the best electrical and […]
Felix enjoyed catching up with colleagues and hearing about lots of new science at the APS User Meeting at Argonne National Lab in Chicago.
Felix gave a whistle-stop tour of X-ray micro-diffraction and imaging at the EBSD 2017 conference. He also learnt a lot about electron diffraction and the many exciting things happening in […]
Felix has just been awarded a grant from the John Fell Fund to help buy a double tilt rotate TEM holder for 3D defect imaging.
Felix had an exciting few days at MRS Fall in Boston. There was a great set of talks in the Materials Research and Design for A Nuclear Renaissance symposium. It […]
Felix has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant. This will fund a groundbreaking new project called “AtoFun – Atomic Scale Defects: Structure and Function”. The goal of this project is […]
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 […]