Queensland University of Technology, Australia
After completing her PhD in 2013, Dr. Veronica Gray moved to Swansea University as a postdoc researcher within the Rolls Royce UTC. There she spent 4 years investigating a range of aerospace and power generation materials. She focused on creep and fatigue with a focus on dynamic testing (TMF, dwell fatigue and transient creep) as well as ultra-high temperature testing.
After returning to Australia in 2018 she has taken up a position with Queensland University of Technology as a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering specialized among other in the following subjects:
- Materials: Nickel Superalloys, Titanium Alloys, Steels, MAX Phase Ceramics
- Material Testing and Properties: Creep, Transient Creep, Fatigue, TMF, Hardness, Tensile -Neutron Scattering: Elastic (Powder diffraction, SANS) and Inelastic (Time-of-Flight and Triple-Axis)
- Analysis and Simulation Techniques: SEM, TEM, AFM, DFT, DFT-MD, APT, Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture