In situ / in operando Microscopy Methods and Applications

Recent progress in the area of in situ electron microscopy has allowed for quantitative interrogations of the deformation of nanoscale materials and has been an enabling technology. Our group is pushing the cutting edge of in situ testing methods and instrument science to allow for unprecedented views of materials behavior and evolution.

Researchers

Daniel S. Gianola

Nanomechanical behavior and deformation mechanisms in ultra-strong materials.

Hannah Howard

Linear defect phase transformations and their effect on mechanical properties.

Leah Mills

Deformation behaviors of refractory multi-principal element alloys characterized by in situ digital image correlation.

Bailey Rhodes

Magnetostructural coupling effects for plastic deformation of magnetic materials.

Ashley Roach

Small scale mechanical testing and characterization of plastic deformation in metals.