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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor AJ Wilkinson
Organisation: University of Oxford
Department: Materials
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Energy - Nuclear Eng. Dynamics & Tribology
Fusion Materials Characterisation
Materials Processing Materials testing & eng.

Current EPSRC Support
EP/R006245/1 RADIATION RESISTANT HIGH ENTROPY ALLOYS FOR FAST REACTOR CLADDING APPLICATIONS(C)
EP/R009392/1 Understanding the mechanisms controlling low potential stress corrosion cracking in nuclear reactors(C)
EP/P001645/1 Advanced Nuclear Materials(C)
EP/N033930/1 Miniature Ultrasonic Fatigue Analysis of Local Modified Regions near Welds and Surfaces in Ti alloys(P)
EP/K032518/1 Characterisation of Nanomaterials for Energy(C)
EP/K034332/1 Heterogeneous Mechanics in Hexagonal Alloys across Length and Time Scales(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/N010868/1 Strategic Equipment - a Dual Beam FIB/SEM with large area patterning, EBSD and nanoprobe capabilities(C)
EP/K039237/2 Ceramic Coatings for Clad (The C^3 Project): Advanced Accident-Tolerant Ceramic Coatings for Zr-alloy Cladding(C)
EP/K039237/1 Ceramic Coatings for Clad (The C^3 Project): Advanced Accident-Tolerant Ceramic Coatings for Zr-alloy Cladding(C)
EP/J016098/1 Nanoscale characterisation of nitride semiconductor thin films using EBSD, ECCI, CL and EBIC(P)
EP/I021043/2 Micro-mechanical modelling techniques for forming texture, non-proportionality and failure in auto materials(C)
EP/I021043/1 Micro-mechanical modelling techniques for forming texture, non-proportionality and failure in auto materials(C)
EP/H018921/1 Materials for fusion & fission power(C)
EP/G004676/1 Micromechanical Modelling and Experimentation(C)
EP/E044778/1 Effective Structural Unit Size in Polycrystals: Formation, Quantification and Micromechanical Behaviour(P)
EP/F004451/1 Ion irradiations of fusion reactor materials(C)
EP/D058686/1 Electron channelling contrast imaging in the scanning electron microscope for the characterisation of dislocations in nitride thin films(C)
EP/C509870/1 Microplasticity and Fatigue Crack Initiation(C)
GR/S81155/01 Predictive Modelling of Mechanical Properties of Materials for Fusion Power Plants(C)
GR/S34045/01 Multi-scale modelling and simulations of cleavage fracture in steels(C)
GR/R28911/01 Support and Enhancement For X-Ray Microtomography Faclity For Study Bone, Tooth and Engineering Materials(C)
GR/M05188/01 CARBIDE CRACKING AND DUCTILE-BRITTLE TRANSITIONS IN FERRITIC STEELS(C)
GR/L86050/01 JREI-HIGH RESOLUTION X-RAY MICROTOMOGRAPHY FACILITY STUDY,DYNAMIC PROCESSES IN BONE,TOOTH & ENG.MATERIALS(C)
GR/L48669/01 EFFECTS OF MICRO-TEXTURE AND PLANARITY OF SLIP ON THE PROPAGATION OF SHORT FATIGUE CRACKS IN AL-LI ALLOYS(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator