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Dr Stacy Moore’s research includes numerous areas of materials, corrosion, and nuclear science, including the study of irradiation and thermal sensitisation of steel microstructure, localised corrosion mechanisms such as pitting corrosion and stress corrosion cracking, and slip banding in fatigue.

Stacy is an expert in the applications of contact-mode high-speed atomic force microscopy (HS-AFM) and has pioneered HS-AFM in the field of materials science. HS-AFM is capable of nanometre-scale lateral resolution and sub-second temporal resolution measurements of topography in ambient, liquid, and controlled gaseous environments. This unique combination of capabilities makes the HS-AFM able to perform real-time in-situ observations of dynamic processes, such as corrosion, and nanoscale analysis over millimetre or even centimetre sized areas.

External positions

Lead Staff Scientist, Bristol Nano Dynamics ltd.

1 Sept 2023 → …

Instrument Scientist, Bristol Nano Dynamics ltd.

1 Mar 20211 Aug 2021


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