[A logo showing the University of Cambridge Crest] Phase Transformations & Complex
Properties Research Group
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Professor Harry Bhadeshia
hkdb@cam.ac.uk

Dr Steve Ooi
swo23@cam.ac.uk

Dr Mathew J. Peet
mjp54@cam.ac.uk

Dr Lin Sun
ls626@cam.ac.uk

Doctoral Students

James Nygaard
jrn36@cam.ac.uk

Chris Hulme-Smith
cns28@cam.ac.uk

Ed Pickering
ejp57@cam.ac.uk

Tim Ramjaun
tir20@cam.ac.uk

Subhankar Das Bakshi
sd444@cam.ac.uk

Wilberth Solano
ws298@cam.ac.uk

Mandla Sibanda
ms2115@cam.ac.uk

Guo Lei
lg446@cam.ac.uk

Joachim Dias
jovd2@cam.ac.uk

Neelabhro Bhattacharya
nb479@cam.ac.uk

Arunim Ray
ar724@cam.ac.uk

Halan Hawizi
hh417@cam.ac.uk

M. Phil. Students

Di Wen
dw361@cam.ac.uk

Christopher Duffy
cjd61@cam.ac.uk

Visiting Scholars

Dr M. C. Tsai
mct43@cam.ac.uk

Dr Aseel Al-Hamdany
aaa68@cam.ac.uk

Dr Ting Ping Hou
th477@cam.ac.uk

Secretary

Anita Bailey
ab2040@cam.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant

Anne Chippindale
amc61@cam.ac.uk

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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Cracking bearings Photographs
White matter in bearings
Tempering nanostructure
NbC in slabs APMS proceedings
Multiple treatment
Hydrogen in TWIP steel
Spheroidisation of superbainite
Multipass TRIP welds
Adiabatic shear Past Members
Banaras Metallurgist Links
Hydrogen percolation
FSW tool durability
Rolling-sliding wear
Brittle zones
Adventures editorial
Dual-phase production
Hydrogen and aluminium
Segregated microstructure
Detection of segregation
Coalesced martensite
Macrosegregation
Toughness anisotropy
TRIP welds
Abrasion of superbainite

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