Dr Takanori Sato
Atom Probe Engineer
Position as in paperwork
Ph: + 61 2 9351 7541
Fax: + 61 2 9351 7682
B.E. (Hons) Mech, 2003;
Ph.D., 2009, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Takanori was a materials scientist at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, focusing on light alloys research. He conducted lectures on materials and metallurgical engineering, and specialized in electron microscope user training and servicing (TEM, SEM, EBSD). He is also a mechanical engineer, and has worked for Fuji Heavy Industries Japan, as a finite element analysis and design engineer.
Takanori offers technical support for the atom probe facilities at the ACMM.
Electron microscopy, crystallography, light alloys, high temperature deformation mechanisms
- Sato, T. and Kral, M., Electron backscatter diffraction mapping of microstructural evolution of pure magnesium during creep. Metall. Mat. Trans. A, 2008. 39 A(3): p. 688
- Sato, T. and Kral, M., Microstructural evolution of Mg-Al-Ca-Sr alloy during creep. Materials Science and Engineering A, 2008. 498(1-2): p. 369