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Robert is a Research Fellow in nuclear materials examining how radiation damage affects the microstructure of several metals, alloys and ceramic materials. He gained his first degree in chemistry (MChem) at the University of Manchester. Following completion of his MChem degree Robert took up a position at the National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) as a radiochemist. He then went on to study further, completing his PhD on the topic of non-oxide ceramics for use in next generation nuclear power plants at Imperial College London before taking his position as Research Fellow here in the School of Computing and Engineering.
Areas of interest:
Harrison, R., Greaves, G., Hinks, J. and Donnelly, S. (2017) ‘A study of the effect of helium concentration and displacement damage on the microstructure of helium ion irradiated tungsten’ Journal of Nuclear Materials , 495, p. 492. ISSN 0022-3115
Harrison, R., Greaves, G., Hinks, J. and Donnelly, S. (2017) ‘Engineering self-organising helium bubble lattices in tungsten’ Scientific Reports , 7 (7724). ISSN 2045-2322
Tunes, M., Harrison, R., Greaves, G., Hinks, J. and Donnelly, S. (2017) ‘Effect of He implantation on the microstructure of zircaloy-4 studied using in situ TEM’ Journal of Nuclear Materials . ISSN 0022-3115
Harrison, R., Amari, H., Greaves, G., Donnelly, S. and Hinks, J. (2016) ‘TEM with in situ Ion Irradiation of Nuclear Materials under In-Service Conditions’ Microscopy and Microanalysis , 22 (S3), pp. 1460-1461. ISSN 1431-9276
Harrison, R., Amari, H., Greaves, G., Hinks, J. and Donnelly, S. (2016) ‘Effect of He-appm/DPA ratio on the damage microstructure of tungsten’ MRS Advances , 1 (42), pp. 2893-2899. ISSN 2059-8521
Laboratory demonstrator for the 1st year mechanical laboratory classes.