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Visitors from KIT

Mr Simone Pupeschi and Mrs Marigrazia Mascardini are visiting us from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany from Jan to April, 2017. They have previously visited us in 2015, with the photo attached from their last visit.  Simone and Mari are two final-year PhD students at KIT and have been working on thermo-mechanical behaviour of tritium breeder […]

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Professor Marc Kamlah is visiting the lab

My former PhD advisor, Professor Marc Kamlah from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Germany, is visiting the lab for four weeks. Marc is the group leader and now acting as the head of Institute of Applied Materials – Mechanics of Materials and Biomechanics (IAM-WMB) where over 60 Scientists work experimentally and theoretically in the field […]

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Mr Oleg Birkholz is visiting the lab

Mr Oleg Birkholz from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany is visiting us at The University of Sydney. Oleg is working on the numerical aspects of modelling lithium-ion battery systems, via the discrete element method and resistor-capacity (RC) network. He will stay with us for two months and working on modelling electro-mechanical properties of granular […]

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Manuscript accepted (FED)

A manuscript has been accepted by Fusion Engineering and Design, summarising Simone’s work during his stay at The University of Sydney, funded by a Go8-DAAD project. Simone is working at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany. Pupeschi, S., Knitter, R., Kamlah, M., Gan, Y. (2016) Numerical and experimental characterization of ceramic pebble beds under cycling mechanical loading. Fusion […]

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Visitors from KIT

Mr Simone Pupeschi and Mrs Marigrazia Mascardiniare are visiting us from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, for two months. They are working on thermo-mechanical behaviour of granular materials under extreme loading conditions (stresses, high temperature, and neutron irradiation), with the applications towards self-sustained fuel cycles for nuclear fusion reactors. 

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