Teaching and education
TeachingHelena Van Swygenhoven is professor at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in the Materials Science and Engineering Section of the School of Engineering. Currently she is teaching following course(s):
PhD projectsFollowing students are subscribed at the doctoral school of the EPFL under the direction of Prof. Van Swygenhoven:
|Karl Sofinowski||Neutron and X-ray Diffraction for Investigating Multiaxial Plastic Deformation in Metal Alloys|
|Wei-Neng Hsu||Deformation-induced Martensitic Phase Transformation under Multiaxial Loading|
|Marina Garcia Gonzalez||Origin of Internal Stresses in 18 Carat Gold Alloys|
|Samy Hocine||Metallic Microstructures during Selective Laser Melting: Footprints during X-ray Diffraction|
EducationThe group Photons for Engineering and Manufacturing frequently hosts master and summer students. Please contact Prof. Van Swygenhoven (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Van Petegem (email@example.com) for more information.
Our current projects:
|Prune Truong||Molecular Dynamics Simulations|
|Andrew Boardman||Molecular Dynamics Simulations|
|Krystian Mosur||Additive Manufacturing|
For further information on education at PSI have a look at the site on training and further education.