Mohammad Sattari

Researcher, Microstructure Physics, Department of Physics

I received my PhD in materials science and engineering from Queen's University, Canada.

I work as a transmission electron microscopy (TEM) research specialist in the division of Materials Microstructure.
My research focuses on microstructural characterization of novel materials by means of advanced analytical electron microscopy techniques, trying to find the link between materials’ microstructure and their properties and behaviour in macro scale.
Since the start of my research career, I have been studying energy related materials, such as Zr alloys for nuclear power plants, ferritic steels for SOFC applications, Ni-based supperalloys for gas turbines and recently solar cells.

Published: Fri 24 Jan 2020.