Imperial College London

DrKatharinaMarquardt

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Materials

Lectureship in Ceramics
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 9534k.marquardt

 
 
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Location

 

Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

SUMMARY

I am a Lecturer in Ceramics at the Department of Materials. Prior to moving to Imperial I worked at the University of Bayreuth at the Bayerisches Geoinstitut. I obtained her doctorate from the Technical University Berlin for a collaborative effort with the GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam. I conducted research at the National Centre for Electron Microscopy Berkeley, USA, at the SuperSTEM in Daresbury, UK and at the Carnegie Mellon University of Pittsburgh in the department of Materials Science and Engineering.

RESEARCH

My research interests evolve around interfaces and range from their effect on elastic properties, over element transport, to the study of the grain boundary character distribution (GBCD) in polycrystalline samples and microstructure development during deformation at extreme pressures.

Nm-scale processes control not only the formation of nearly everything in our directly accessible world, but also the dynamics of our planet’s interior.

I worked on chemically hazardous fahlore deposits and its potentially perilous weathering products, but also on radioactive decay or element distribution and incorporation in Cu-bearing ore deposits. I have a deep background in the use of various methods for the characterization of micro- and nm-structures in crystalline and amorphous materials, ranging X-ray fluorescence, EMPA, EBSD, FIB and TEM. 

You can find a full list of my publications on Google scholar page.

Positions!

If you are interested to work in my group you are welcome to enquire via email on current MSEng projects or PhD and PDRA positions.

Publications

Journals

Bollinger C, Marquardt K, Ferreira F, 2019, Intragranular plasticity vs. grain boundary sliding (GBS) in forsterite: Microstructural evidence at high pressures (3.5-5.0 GPa), American Mineralogist, Vol:104, ISSN:0003-004X, Pages:220-231

Schulze K, Marquardt H, Kawazoe T, et al., 2018, Seismically invisible water in Earth’s transition zone?, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol:498, ISSN:0012-821X

Fei H, Koizumi S, Sakamoto N, et al., 2018, Mg lattice diffusion in iron-free olivine and implications to conductivity anomaly in the oceanic asthenosphere, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol:484, ISSN:0012-821X, Pages:204-212

Marquardt K, Faul UH, 2018, The structure and composition of olivine grain boundaries: 40 years of studies, status and current developments, Physics and Chemistry of Minerals, Vol:45, ISSN:0342-1791, Pages:139-172

Marquardt K, Weathering of Bi-bearing tennantite, Chemical Geology, ISSN:0009-2541

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