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Seminars

Each term, a variety of guest speakers come into the department to host seminars based on their research. These are open to attend

Please see the list below for upcoming seminars

The Seminars in TrinityTerm 2021 will start on 26th April. Due to the COVID-19 situation, all seminars will be online for the forseeable future. Each will be at 2-3pm and will be held over Microsoft Teams. If you wish to attend, please email Ed Tarleton for the Teams link. 

 

Week 1                            Professor Sergei L Dudarev, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, Culham Science Centre

26th April                     Mechanistics models for radiation effects in fusion reactors

 

Week 2                 Professor Hector Basoalto, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Sheffield

03rd May                      Title TBC

 

Week 3                  Professor Steve Fitzgerald, Applied Mathematics, University of Leeds

10th May                      Defects and dislocations out of equilibrium

 

Week 4                     Professor Sandra Korte-Kerzel, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

17th May                      New methods and opportunities across the scales – On complex crystals, lattice defects and deformation damage

 

Week 5                     Dr David Wallis, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge

24th May                      Title TBC

 

Week 6                     Dr Yu-Lung Chiu, School of Metallurgy and Materials, University of Birmingham

31st May                      Deformation of Engineering Alloys – TEM in-situ study

 

Week 7                 Dr Alice Cicirello, TU Delft, Netherlands

07th June                      A machine learning based strategy for assessing structural performance under uncertainty

 

Week 8                     Professor David Knowles FREng, Henry Royce Institute

14th June                      Effect of length scale on micro-mechanical response of stainless steel 316H

Click  HERE  to view seminars that have taken place in the past