Martin Crimp

Martin Crimp
Professor
Research Interests
    materials, metal, microscopy, alloys
Research Biography
Deformation and fracture of metals, ordered intermetallic alloys, high temperature materials, transmission electron microscopy, diffraction studies using scanning electron microscopy.
Selected Publications
    • H. Li, C.J. Boehlert, T.R. Bieler, and M.A. Crimp, “Analysis of the Deformation Behavior in Tension and Tension-Creep of Ti-3Al-2V(wt.%) at 298K and 728K Using In-Situ SEM Experiments”, Met. and Mat. Trans. A, Vol. 45A (2014) pp. 6053-6066.
    • J. Guyon, H. Mansour, N. Gey, M.A. Crimp, S. Chalal, and N. Maloufi, “Sub-Micron Resolution Selected Area Electron Channeling Patterns”, Ultramicroscopy. 149 (2014) pp. 34-44.
    • T.R. Bieler, P. Eisenlohr, C. Zhang, H. Phukan, and M.A. Crimp, “Grain Boundaries and Interfaces in Slip Transfer”, Current Opinions in Solid State & Materials Science, 18 4 (2014) pp. 212-226.
    • H. Mansour, J. Guyon, M.A. Crimp, N. Gey, B. Beausir, and N Maloufi, “Accurate Electron Channeling Contrast Analysis of Dislocations in Fine Grained Bulk Materials”, Scripta Mat., 84-85 (2014) pp. 11-14.
  • Selected Achievements and Awards
  • Who's Who in Engineering Education, 2002