Andrea Sand

Andrea Sand

Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Physics
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+358503082070

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ERC Starting Grant

Comprehensive multiscale modelling of atomistic and electronic structure of radiation-induced defects in semiconductors
Granted funding (public project funding) Department of Applied Physics Nov 2022

Forskningsgrupp

  • Nuclear Materials and Engineering, Assistant Professor

Publikationer

Microstructure of a heavily irradiated metal exposed to a spectrum of atomic recoils

Max Boleininger, Daniel R. Mason, Andrea E. Sand, Sergei L. Dudarev 2023 Scientific Reports

Stability of 〈100〉 dislocations formed in W collision cascades

Utkarsh Bhardwaj, Andrea E. Sand, Manoj Warrier 2022 Journal of Nuclear Materials

Comparison of SIA defect morphologies from different interatomic potentials for collision cascades in W

Utkarsh Bhardwaj, Andrea E. Sand, Manoj Warrier 2021 Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering

Graph theory based approach to characterize self interstitial defect morphology

Utkarsh Bhardwaj, Andrea E. Sand, Manoj Warrier 2021 Computational Materials Science

Modelling ion implantation ranges with ab initio electronic stopping power

Andrea Sand 2021 Tools for investigating electronic excitation

Classification of clusters in collision cascades

Utkarsh Bhardwaj, Andrea Elisabet Sand, Manoj Warrier 2020 Computational Materials Science

Effects of cascade-induced dislocation structures on the long-term microstructural evolution in tungsten

G. Bonny, N. Castin, A. Bakaev, Andrea Elisabet Sand, D. Terentyev 2020 Computational Materials Science

Deuterium retention in tungsten irradiated by different ions

B. Wielunska, M. Mayer, T. Schwarz-Selinger, A.E. Sand, W. Jacob 2020 Nuclear Fusion

Collision cascades overlapping with self-interstitial defect clusters in Fe and W

J Byggmästar, F Granberg, A E Sand, A Pirttikoski, R Alexander, M-C Marinica, K Nordlund 2019 Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter