I graduated from the University of Kent with an MPhys in 2014. I then decided with overwhelming naivety to take on the challenge of a PhD here at Warwick. To my great surprise, I am currently writing up my thesis and hope to submit in the spring of 2019!
I love giving presentations, both scientific and non-scientific. I am a frequent speaker at the Warwick physics postgraduate seminar series. Currently, I am writing a series of talks on wellbeing using stories from my own life.
I am working on using D-LACBED data to refine the structural parameters of inorganic crystals. Most notably atomic positions and Debye-Waller factors. To do this I have used and contributed to the Bloch-wave simulation software felix.
Structure refinement from ‘digital’ large angle convergent beam electron diffraction patterns
AJM Hubert, R Römer, R Beanland
Ultramicroscopy 198, 1-9 2019
Electron-beam-induced ferroelectric domain behaviour in the transmission electron microscope: Toward deterministic domain patterning
JL Hart, S Liu, AC Lang, AJM Hubert, A Zukauskas, C Canalias, R Beanland, AM Rappe...
Phys. Rev. B 94, 174104 2016
Talks and Posters (recent)
- Seeking Counsel
Independent (Warwick, 2019) Oral Presentation
- Isotropic Debye‐Waller factor measurements for Cu, SrTiO3 and GaAs using digital electron diffraction
IMC19 (Sydney, 2018), Mini Oral & Digital Poster
BCA Spring Meeting (Warwick, 2018), Oral Presentation
PCG summer school (Abingdon, 2018), Poster
- Probing the shape of atoms with digital electron diffraction
Postgraduate Seminar series (Warwick, 2018), Oral Presentation