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Prof. Richard Beanland

Research Interests

- Electron Diffraction

- Electron Microscopy

- Semiconductor Materials and Devices

- Functional Ceramics

- Electron Diffraction, Crystallography and crystal defects

More information can be found on the research pages.

Research Projects

We have funding for a Marie Sklodowska–Curie Innovative Training Network Early Stage Researcher on advanced microscopy and spectroscopy of Quantum semiconductor technologies exploiting Antimony (QUANTIMONY). See here and here for more details. Available projects can be found on the opportunities pages.

Montage of experimental 'digital' LACBED patterns from Ca3Mn2O7 at room tempertaure

Above: Digital diffraction pattern taken from Ca3Mn2O7: experimental data, room temperature.

Simulated LACBED patterns from Ca3Mn2O7

Above: Simulated LACBED patterns from Ca3Mn2O7. The match between simulation and experiment allows atomic coordinates to be measured to a precision of ~0.1 pm

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Dr Richard Beanland

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Department of Physics,
University of Warwick,
Coventry
CV4 7AL

Office: MAS3.07 

Office tel:
44 (0)24 765 73884
Lab tel:
44 (0)24 765 74476
E-mail:
R.Beanland@warwick.ac.uk