Loughborough Materials Characterisation Centre

Research

The primary aim of Loughborough Materials Characterisation Centre (LMCC) is to support materials research within the Materials Department and the University as a whole. In addition to supporting materials research throughout Loughborough University LMCC staff also undertake their own research in the following areas:

  • Anodising and conversion coatings
  • Adhesion and abhesion
  • Instrumentation development

Latest Journal Papers

Effect of morphological state of graphene on mechanical properties of nanocomposites

O. Bayrak, M. Ionita, E. Demirci and V. Silberschmidt

Journal of Mater Science

View Journal


Structured Biodegradable Polymeric Microparticles for Drug Delivery Produced Using Flow Focusing Glass Microfludic Devices

E. Ekanem, S. Nabavi, G. Vladisavljevic and S. Gu

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

View Journal


NORM in the East Midlands' oil and gas producing region of the UK

J. Garnerm, J. Cairns and D. Read

Journal of Environmental Radioactivity

View Journal


Oxidation behaviour of a next generation polycrystalline Mn containing Ni-based superalloy

S. Pedrazzini, D.J. Child, G. West, S.S. Doak, M.C. Hardy, M.P. Moody and P.A.J. Bagot

Scripta Materialia

View Journal


Development of a super hydrophobic polyurethane-based coating from a two-step plasma-fluoroalkyl silane treatment

J.O.F. West, G.W. Critchlowa, D.R. Lake and R. Banks

Scripta Materialia

View Journal