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Dr Richard Francis Webster

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Biography

Richard Webster holds a PhD from the University of Bristol in Physics and is employed as a research associate in the Electron Microscope Unit at UNSW, Sydney - a Node of Microscopy Australia. Richard has 9 years experience using transmission electron microscopes and has over 25 publications regarding TEM application to an extensive range of materials. Richard’s role in the unit is to collaborate with researchers around the University and to...view more

Richard Webster holds a PhD from the University of Bristol in Physics and is employed as a research associate in the Electron Microscope Unit at UNSW, Sydney - a Node of Microscopy Australia. Richard has 9 years experience using transmission electron microscopes and has over 25 publications regarding TEM application to an extensive range of materials. Richard’s role in the unit is to collaborate with researchers around the University and to teach researchers to use TEM.

Richard’s recent research has focused on the application of electron microscopy techniques to analyse interfaces and defects to interpret the relationship between micro- and nano-structure and macro-properties.


My Grants

RIS 2018 - insitu gas & heating holder for the JEOL F200 TEM.


My Qualifications

2015 PhD (Physics), University of Bristol, UK

2011 MSci (Physics), University of Bristol, UK


My Research Activities

My interests lie in the application of transmission electron microscopy (TEM) methods to determine composition, structure and defect nature of a wide range of materials from steels and interfaces to nanoparticles and 2d materials.

 

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Location

B65, Building F10

Electron Microscope Unit,
Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre,
UNSW, Sydney,
NSW, 2052, Australia

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+61-2-9065 2644
+61431534332