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2nd July 2020 - Oxford Instruments Webinar - Diamond Quantum Technologies: Advancements in Engineering NV Centre Devices

Oxford Instruments are running this webinar in association with European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC), Element 6, DeBeers Group and the University of Oxford. For more details click here.

Thu 02 Jul 2020, 06:30 | Tags: Past seminar

DST Seminar: An appraisal of photoluminescence studies of TEM irradiated diamond and SiC John Steeds FRS, Department of Physics, University of Bristol

John Steeds FRS, Department of Physics, University of Bristol
Tuesday 14th January, 12:00 noon MAS Room 2.05/6

Mon 03 Feb 2020, 11:19 | Tags: Past seminar

DST Seminar: A Journey Across the Sciences: Applications of X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy

Dr Marc Walker, Department of Physics, University of Warwick

Mon 18 Feb 2019, 11:00 | Tags: Past seminar

DST Seminar: Opportunities for additive manufacturing in device fabrication

Dmitry Isakov, WMG
2pm - 3pm, Thursday 14th February, Materials & Analytical Sciences (MAS 2.06)

Mon 11 Feb 2019, 09:26 | Tags: Past seminar

DST Seminar: Engineering at the Nanoscale – gaining insight through advanced characterisation

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Prof Barbara Shollock
WMG, University of Warwick
1:30-2:30pm
Wednesday 5th December
Materials & Analytical Sciences 2.06

From the gas turbines that power the Airbus to the steels used for cars and food cans, engineering alloys form an important class of materials, but can appear less exciting than headline-grabbing nanomaterials and biomaterials.

Despite their unglamorous press, these alloys require understanding at the nanoscale to develop new alloys and to mitigate failure in service. This talk will review a range of alloys, the challenges they face in service and characterisation approaches to determine their nanoscale chemical, structural and physical behaviour.

Tue 04 Dec 2018, 11:11 | Tags: Past seminar

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