[A logo showing the University of Cambridge Crest] Phase Transformations & Complex
Properties Research Group
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Professor Harry Bhadeshia
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Dr Steve Ooi
Deputy Director, SKF UTC
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Dr Mathew J. Peet
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Dr Tim Ramjaun
tir20@cam.ac.uk

James Nygaard
jrn36@cam.ac.uk

Doctoral Students

Chris Hulme-Smith
cns28@cam.ac.uk

Wilberth Solano
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Guo Lei
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Joachim Dias
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Neelabhro Bhattacharya
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Arunim Ray
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Halan Hawizy
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Di Wen
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Visiting Scholars

Professor Robert Voigt
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Anita Bailey
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Editorial Assistant

Anne Chippindale
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The arrangement of atoms in a solid depends on parameters such as the composition, stress, temperature and magnetic field. A transformation is a change in this arrangement; we attempt to predict these changes and their consequences, in the hope of creating novel alloys and processes.

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Surface stresses in welds
Carbon anomalies
Tolerable phosphorus
Stainless nanofluid
Aeroengine bearing
Ternary pearlite
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