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Patrick A Burr

  • PhD
  • Lecturer
  • University of New South Wales
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Research interests

Atomistic SimulationsEnergy Materials

About

I obtained my PhD at Imperial College London, following a 1st class Honours degree (three medals for academic excellence) in Material Science and Engineering at the same university. My focus is on atomistic modelling of materials for nuclear applications. In particular, I study Be and Zr alloys for fusion and fission applications, as well as having a general interest for intermetallic compounds.

Co-authors (35)

Publications (12)

Defect processes in Be12X (X = Ti, Mo, V, W)

  • Jackson M
  • Burr P
  • Grimes R
Nuclear Fusion (2017)
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Experimental and DFT investigation of (Cr,Ti)3AlC2 MAX phases stability.

  • Burr P
  • Horlait D
  • Lee W
Mater. Res. Lett. (2017)
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Importance of elastic finite-size effects: Neutral defects in ionic compounds

  • Burr P
  • Cooper M
Physical Review B (2017)
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LA-UR-16-23474 Milestone report: The simulation of radiation driven gas diffusion in UO2 at low temperature

  • Cooper M
  • Kuganathan N
  • Burr P
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Peroxide defect formation in zirconate perovskites

  • Middleburgh S
  • Karatchevtseva I
  • Kennedy B
Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2014)
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Professional experience

Lecturer

University of New South Wales

October 2015 - Present

PhD student

Department of Materials, Imperial College London

April 2012 - May 2015(3 years)

Research Intern

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization

June 2010 - August 2010(2 months)

Education history

Materials Science and Engineering, MEng

Department of Materials, Imperial College London, UK

October 2007 - June 2011(4 years)