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 […]
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.
Felix is currently visiting the Advanced Photon Source to carry out experiments at beamlines 26-ID-C and 34-ID-E.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
Felix, along with collaborators Mark Thompson and Fabio Bianchi, spent 3 exciting days at beamline I22 at the Diamond Light Source discovering how tendons fail.