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Microstructural Kinetics Group

Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy
 
Read more at: Seeing transformations as they happen

Seeing transformations as they happen

20 August 2020

Seeing transformations as they happen August, 2020 State-of-the-art heating stages for transmission electron microscopy (TEM), based on MEMS technology, give close control of sample temperature and stability of sample position. Yurii Ivanov and colleagues in Lindsay Greer’s group in the Department, together with Kostas...


Read more at: Glassy springs are so much better
Glassy springs are so much better

Glassy springs are so much better

3 June 2020

June, 2020 Glassy springs are so much better Familiar springs are wires formed into coils but, in comparison, thin sheets formed into wavy shapes can elastically support a given load in much smaller working volume, using much less spring material. This work of Nikos Panagiotopoulos and Lindsay Greer , together with...


Read more at: Sofia University - Doctor honoris causa - Professor A. Lindsay Greer - 2 December 2019
Sofia University - Doctor honoris causa - Professor A. Lindsay Greer - 2 December 2019

Sofia University - Doctor honoris causa - Professor A. Lindsay Greer - 2 December 2019

5 March 2020

Sofia University - Doctor honoris causa - Professor A. Lindsay Greer


Read more at: Strain-hardening in metallic glasses

Strain-hardening in metallic glasses

4 March 2020

Strain-hardening in metallic glasses


Read more at: BIOREMIA

BIOREMIA

6 December 2019

BIOREMIA - European Training Network Biofilm-resistant materials for hard tissue implant applications BIOREMIA will provide top-level multidisciplinary skills to 15 Early-Stage Researchers through an ambitious research and training programme in the area of biofilm-resistant materials for hard tissue implant applications...


Read more at: Samer Kurdi's Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting experience

Samer Kurdi's Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting experience

18 October 2019

Samer Kurdi, a PhD student in the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, has been selected to participate in the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting later this year. Once per year, more than 30 Nobel Laureates convene in Lindau, Germany, to meet the next generation of leading scientists, consisting of between 500...


Read more at: Sichuan University visit to the University of Cambridge - August 2019
Sichuan University visit to the University of Cambridge - August 2019

Sichuan University visit to the University of Cambridge - August 2019

21 August 2019

Møller Institute’s executive education team designed and delivered a leadership development programme for Sichuan University’s Teacher Development Programme. Sichuan University is the 10th largest University in China and this cohort includes 30 teachers and research teachers in arts, science, engineering, and medical...


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sichuan

21 August 2019

Visit from Sichuan University


Read more at: Professor Neville Greaves - 20 April 1945 to 9 June 2019
Professor Neville Greaves - 20 April 1945 to 9 June 2019

Professor Neville Greaves - 20 April 1945 to 9 June 2019

20 June 2019

Professor George Neville Greaves


Read more at: H2020 Materials Networking Project
H2020 Materials Networking Project

H2020 Materials Networking Project

20 June 2019

Visit of scientists from the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Sofia to University of Cambridge, UK within the H2020 Materials Networking project