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Ian Maskery

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering



Studied Physics between 2005 and 2009 at the University of York, obtaining an M.Phys. degree with first class honours.

Joined the Magnetic X-ray Scattering Group of the Department of Physics at the University of Warwick in 2009. Worked on a project to investigate the spin momentum densities of several novel magnetic materials using the experimental technique of magnetic Compton scattering. Thesis title: Spin densities in 4f and 3d magnetic systems. Ph.D. supervisors: Jon Duffy and Gavin Bell.

Joined the Additive Manufacturing Research Group at the University of Nottingham in 2013. I worked as a post-doctoral research fellow on projects to develop strong, lightweight aluminium components with internal lattice structures by selective laser melting (SLM). In the last few years I have focussed on design-for-AM methods, including cellular structure, or 'lattice', generation. In October 2021 I became Assistant Professor in the Department on Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering.

Teaching Summary

For three years at the University of Warwick I demonstrated to undergraduate students in the experimental Physics lab, dealing primarily with proper experimental planning, procedure and analysis.

Selected Publications

Faculty of Engineering

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