Role at ANSTO
Hanliang Zhu is a senior material scientist with a background in materials research. His main responsibilities are to investigate microstructural effects on various properties and microstructural evolutions in various service environments such as corrosion, creep and irradiation of advanced materials for nuclear and other industries.
He joined ANSTO in 2010. Since then he has carried out research activities on microstructural aspects of advanced materials, ranging from current structural materials to potential candidate materials topics such as microstructural design of titanium aluminide alloys for high temperature nuclear structural applications. He has utilised various microstructural characterization techniques, including TEM and SEM methods, to tackle problems in the areas of microstructure of advanced materials.
Qualifications and Achievments
Hanliang has a PhD from the Harbin Institute of Technology in China.
- Best Paper Award in the Value Added Processes Track at the Ninth International Aluminum Extrusion Technology Seminar and Exposition (ET’08), The Extrusion Technology for Aluminum Profiles Foundation, USA, 2008.
- COE (Centre of Excellence) Fellowship, 21st Century COE Program, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, Japan, 2003-2006.