A/Prof. Laure Bourgeois
JEOL 2100F TEM Manager
|Associate Professor and Microscope Manager, MCEM||2013 -|
|Adjunct Fellow, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Monash University||2006 -|
|Senior Lecturer and Microscope Manager, MCEM||2006 - 2013|
|Logan Research Fellow, Department of Materials Engineering, Monash University||2001 - 2006|
|Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Materials Engineering, Monash University||2000 - 2001|
|Science & Technology Agency Research Fellow, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan||1997 - 2000|
Laure's main research interest is the determination of atomic-scale structure in inorganic materials through the application of transmission electron microscopy, with emphasis on nanoscale crystals, crystalline defects, interfaces and aperiodic phases (incommensurate crystalline phases, quasicrystals, but also curved graphitic structures). Currently she is particularly interested in determining the atomic-scale mechanisms of solid-state nucleation and growth in metallic alloys.
- Advanced TEM, JEOL 2100F microscope.
- Undergraduate teaching in Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MTE3547).
Current Research Projects
An up-to-date list of my current research projects, including available Ph.D. projects, can be found at http://users.monash.edu/~bourgeoi/