Phonons 2015

In July Felix attended the Phonons 2015 meeting at the University of Nottingham. He gave a talk entitled Helium-Implantation-Induced Changes in Elastic Properties of Tungsten: Surface Acoustic Wave Measurements and Multiscale Modelling. Great to hear about the latest exciting developments in the phonon community!

Visiting Scientist at MIT

In June 2015 Felix spent 10 days as a visiting scientist at MIT. He was hosted by Prof Keith Nelson’s group in the Department of Chemistry. The visit was spent collecting transient grating measurements on ion-implanted nuclear materials with collaborators from the Nelson group. Felix also gave a seminar in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering […]

Image and Object: Data

Felix will give a talk entitled “X-ray diffraction images: from data to information” at the Image and Object: Data workshop in the History Faculty, University of Oxford. Considering the example of diffraction data he will discuss the following questions: How does data become information? Is there value in data once the information within it has been […]

TMS 2015, Orlando, Florida

Felix will travel to Florida to give an invited talk at TMS 2015. He will discuss recent work on the adverse effects of damage due to helium implantation in tungsten. Understanding these effects is vital for the successful development of nuclear fusion as a viable energy source.

Goodbye ID15!

Last week Felix and Catherine travelled to ESRF, the European Synchrotron in Grenoble, to carry out diffraction measurements. They were joined by collaborator Professor John Huber. The experiment was among the last to be carried out on beamline ID15 as we know it: in 2015 this beamline will be completely rebuilt.