My current research is focused on experimental mechanics and includes development of new experimental methods and equipment for investigation of deformation mechanisms with X-ray transmission tomography in 3D and 4D (3D + time). Image analysis methods, for example digital image correlation, are used and developed in order to study micromechanical deformation mechanisms in paperboard material.
I achieved my PhD degree 2019 within the subject of geophysics. My PhD research was focused on the method spectral induced polarization which quantifies different electrical polarization mechanisms arising at the microscale in geological materials.
Supervisor: Stephen Hall