Engineering and Information Sciences

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Druce Dunne



Research Interests:

Martensitic phase transformations
Shape memory alloys, particularly ferrous alloys
Shape memory (nitinol) thin films
Thermomechanical processing of steels
Structure-property relationships in welded steels
Creep resistant steels for power generation equipment
Structures and properties of advanced alloys
Alloy design
Crystallographic and structural analysis

Professional Activities:

Editor, Welding Research Supplement, Australasian Welding Journal.
Member of Editorial Boards: Science and Technology of Welding and Joining, Journal of Materials Technology, Journal of Materials Science, Materials Forum
Member, International Organizing Committee, ICOMAT ( International Conference on Martensitic Transformations).
Life Associate Member, Clare College, Cambridge.
Consultancy in area of service failure of metals and alloy components.

Awards:

Doctor of Science, University of Wollongong, August 2004
Emeritus Professor, University of Wollongong, July 2004

Research Students

  • Cheng Deng : High temperature shape memory alloys and high entropy alloy of related compositions