Dr. Chenyang Lu
Dr. Chenyang Lu received his Ph.D in Materials Science and Engineering from the Northeastern University, China in 2014. He joined the Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences of the University of Michigan as a visiting student from Feb. 2012 to Feb. 2014. His Ph.D thesis focuses on the microstructures and irradiation effects of oxide dispersion strengthened steels. After his Ph.D graduation, he came back to University of Michigan as a postdoctoral research fellow, mostly working under the advice of Prof. Lumin Wang. He is currently a member of BES-funded Energy Frontier Research Center on Energy Dissipation to Defect Evolution (EDDE). As a researcher in Thrust 2, his work is mainly focused on the microstructure characterization (transmission electron microscopy) of irradiated alloys, understanding the defect distribution and evolution to explore the intrinsic mechanisms of irradiation effects in Ni-based concentrated solid-solution alloys.