Steve Donnelly Ph.D.
Dr. Donnelly's current research interests include: the interaction of energetic ions with solids; atomic collisions in solids; inert gases in solids; transmission electron microscopy (TEM); high resolution TEM; electron energy loss spectroscopy.
Education1973, BSc in Experimental Physics, University of Liverpool, UK; 1974, MSc in Physics (Atomic Collisions in Solids), University of Sussex, UK; 1978, PhD in Atomic Collisions in Solids, University of Salford, UK
Career Highlights1977 - 1978 Research Fellow, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Salford, UK
1978 - 1983 Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow, Dept de Physique, Facultés Universitaires, Namur, Belgium
1983 - 1986 Research Scientist/Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO Division of Chemical Physics, Clayton, Victoria, Australia
1986 - 1990 Lecturer, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering (EEE), University of Salford, UK
1990 - 1996 Reader, Department of EEE, University of Salford, UK
1996 - present Professor of Experimental Physics, School of Sciences and School of Computing, Science and Engineering, University of Salford, UK
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