Dr David Eastwood

Diamond LS Research Fellow (Resilience)

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My work deals with Resilience, improving the scientific knowledge base underpinning decisions about potential hazards and how we respond to them. I'm particularly interested in reactive materials such as batteries and catalysts, and airborne materials such as aerosols and particulate matter. I am based at Diamond Light Source in Oxfordshire as part of the University of Manchester at Harwell's Collaboration with Diamond where I develop X-ray imaging and in situ synchrotron techniques, and am a member of the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering.

I obtained my PhD in 2010 from Durham University in the field of X-ray scattering from thin film nanostructures under the supervision of Professor Brian Tanner and Professor Del Atkinson in the Department of Physics.

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  • 2016 - HEA Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy (Formerly Known As Learning & Teaching Support Network)

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