Publications and responsibilities
STEM-EELS investigations and Lorentz microscopy unravelling the structural evolution of FeCoNi(AlMn)x high-entropy alloy and its impact on magnetic properties
Nanoscale Magnetic Properties of Additively Manufactured FeCoNiAlxMnx High-Entropy Alloys
Magnetic properties of High-Entropy Alloys based on the Fe-Co-Ni-Al-Mn system are reported. High-Entropy Alloys are cutting-edge technological materials containing five or more elements in relatively high concentrations (5–35 at.%) within one or several solid-state solutions. These solutions are...
Correlation between surface chemistry and morphology of PtCu and Pt nanoparticles during oxidation-reduction cycle
Functional Properties of CrFeCoNiCu and GeFeCoNiCu oxides
The surface of CeO2 unravelled
Simulation of volcanic ash ingestion into a large aero engine: particle–fan interactions
Structural and Electrical Properties of Sputtered HEA Thin Films of CrFeCoNiCu and their Oxidation Studies
High-entropy alloys (HEAs) represent a class of materials that is intensively investigated for a range of possible applications. They generally show a high degree of phase stability by the high entropy while the structure is a random atom position disorder unlike other alloys which can influence...
Physical properties of sputtered CrFeCoNiCu thin films on quartz substrate
Equiatomic high entropy alloys (HEA) have attracted considerable interest due to their exceptional properties, which might be closely related to their extreme disorder induced by chemical complexity. We have sputtered thin films of CrFeCoNiCu onto insulating and optically transparent substrates in...