I received my PhD in 2020 from Deakin University, studying phase transformation and interface characteristics in titanium alloys. I continued my research on designing novel biomedical and biodegradable zinc alloys and fundamentals of microstructure evolution during solid state additive manufacturing of steels, titanium and aluminum alloys as a postdoctoral researcher at Deakin University. I have expertise in the analysis of complex microstructures using high resolution characterization techniques (EBSD, APT and TEM) and engineering microstructure of advanced materials with physical principles. I am a current member of engineering microstructures research group in the School of Materials Science & Engineering at UNSW and focused on processing of advanced materials for aerospace and tooling.
Thermomechanical processing; Phase transformation; Additive manufacturing; Grain boundary and interface characterization; Titanium alloys; Super alloys