Studied materials

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There are numerous materials around us, and they can be found in anything from buildings to spacecraft. Materials can generally be further divided into two classes: crystalline and non-crystalline. The basis of materials science involves studying the interplay between their structure, their processing, their properties and their performances.

Materials that I study, are crystalline. They are metals, alloys or ceramics. Here is some of them in the framework of ongoing projects:


MAX phases

Few words on MAX phases


β-metastable titanium

Few words on β-metastable titanium


High/medium entropy alloys

Few words on high/medium entropy alloys