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Practical matters How to find us prof. dr. J.T.M. (Jeff) de Hosson

Research interests

nanostructured materials, transmission and scanning electron microscopy, laser additive manufacturing, heterogeneous and homogeneous interfaces, thin and thick protective coatings, dislcoations, dynamical properties of defects in condensed matter physics


In-situ micromechanical analysis of a high-vanadium high-speed steel coating made with additive manufacturing

Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Laser Additive Manufactured H13 Tool Steel

Protective films on complex substrates of thermoplastic and cellular elastomers: Prospective applications to rubber, nylon and cork

The effect of crack length and maximum stress on the fatigue crack growth rates of engineering alloys

Corrigendum to “On the S/W stoichiometry and triboperformance of WSxC(H) coatings deposited by magnetron sputtering” [Surface and Coatings Technology 365 (2019) 41-51]

Self-healing WS2 tribofilms: An in-situ appraisal of mechanisms

Temperature-Adaptive Ultralubricity of a WS2/a-C Nanocomposite Coating: Performance from Room Temperature up to 500 °c

Using X-Ray Scattering to Elucidate the Microstructural Instability of 3D Bicontinuous Nanoporous Metal Scaffolds for Use in an Aperiodic 3D Tricontinuous Conductor-Insulator-Conductor Nanocapacitor

Defect ferromagnetism induced by lower valence cation doping: Li-doped SnO(2)nanoparticles

Depth Profile Analysis of Thin Oxide Layers on Polycrystalline Fe–Cr

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