Kevin Treder

First year DPhil candidate

MSc Materials Science, University of Stuttgart

Kevin Treder's project focuses on the development of Dynamic TEM (DTEM), where he is investigating fast detection and imaging strategies that ultimateley lead to an improved understanding of reaction processes in the ns timescale for various materials.

Before his DPhil studies, Kevin obtained a undergraduate (BSc), as well as a postgraduate degree (MSc) in Material Science at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. In his last research project, he investigated the atomic transport in Si/Al nano-sized artificial triple junctions by HRTEM in the group of Prof. Guido Schmitz (Stuttgart).

Contact Details

30.16 Holder Building
Department of Materials, University of Oxford
Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PH
Telephone: 01865 73657
E-mail: kevin.treder@materials.ox.ac.uk