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Suchandrima has a bachelor’s degree from National University of Singapore, focusing on electrical engineering and specifically on optoelectronic materials.

In 2016, she joined the department of Engineering Science at University of Oxford, as a DPhil student of Solid Mechanics, associated with Mansfield College. In her PhD she used new synchrotron X-Ray diffraction techniques along with numerical modelling to study the changes in material properties due to irradiation damage, with the aim of developing armour components for future fusion reactors. Subsequently she pursued a Career Development Fellowship at Jesus College, at Oxford before moving to Bristol in 2022.

Her current research combines the fields of electrical engineering, biomedical engineering and solid mechanics under the realm of material engineering. It primarily focusses on development of physically-based multi-scale computational material models, which are targeted to be developed for design and characterisation of novel materials for high-performance applications such as medical implants, nuclear reactor components and high-frequency transistors.

Email - [email protected]

Full list of publications - Google Scholar

Short blog on PhD Work - Blog link

Keywords

  • Synchrotron Laue diffraction
  • Crystal Plasticity modelling
  • Nuclear Fusion materials
  • Multi-technique microscopy
  • Micromechanics

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