Cross Correlation EBSD - Innovations and Applications
|Starts:||11:00 20 Jul 2017|
|Ends:||12:00 20 Jul 2017|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||Department of Materials|
|Speaker:||Professor David Fullwood|
Cross-correlation EBSD has provided new details and deeper insights for microstructure studies since its development over a decade ago.
This talk will review various applications at BYU that have exploited the ability to extract geometrically necessary dislocation content,
elastic strain, and lattice tetragonality. Recent case-studies include dislocation / grain boundary interactions, phase identification in steels
and TiAl, and twin formation in Mg. Open source analysis software, OpenXY, will be demonstrated.
Speaker Biography Following his PhD in mathematics Professor Fullwood spent 12 years working for the nuclear industry in the UK.
As Head of R&D and Head of Mechanical Engineering he developed high-speed energy storage flywheels based on novel composites for
two spin-off companies. He returned to academia in 2004, with a brief spell at Drexel University followed by his current position at BYU.
He now focuses on microscopy, computational methods in materials science and composites / nano-composites.
Professor David Fullwood
Organisation: Brigham Young University, USA
Travel and Contact Information
B22 ICAM, Pariser Building, North Campus (NOTE THIS IS A ROOM CHANGE)