University lecturer (Doc.)
Teaching basic-level physics courses in Swedish.
Research focuses on experiments and simulations of defect evolution in materials.
Present projects include kinetic Rate Equation (kRE) simulations of fusion first wall materials.
Office: Accelerator laboratory 110
Phone: +358 29 4150648, +358 50 3112599
University researcher (Doc.)
I am a University researcher at the University of Helsinki focusing on computational material science. I am the team leader for the Advanced Computing Hub Helsinki project under EUROfusion. My main research field is Molecular Dynamics simulations of irradiation in metals. The main focus is on high-dose effects in fusion relevant metals (W, Fe and Fe-alloys) as well as Multicomponent alloys. Another focus is on surface irradiation effects such as sputtering of fusion relevant materials.
Office: Accelerator laboratory 112
Phone: +358 50 311 2603, +358 29 415 0036
University Lecturer (Doc.)
My research concentrates on atomic level modeling of materials; using molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations. Recently, the studies have been dealing mostly with mechanical properties of materials on atomic level.
Office: Accelerator laboratory, 109
Phone: +358 29 415 0083, +358 50 415 6816
University researcher (Ph.D.)
Simulations of ion irradiation effects in solids. In particular, I study swift heavy ion effects and develop related methods. The primary simulation method is molecular dynamics.
Office: Accelerator laboratory, 122
Phone: +358 50 4154837
Academy Research Fellow (Akatemiatutkija), Dr. Sci. (Tech.), Doc. (Aalto)
Application and development of computational methods to describe defects in crystalline solids. Supporting theory for defect identification with positron annihilation.
Office: Accelerator laboratory 123
Phone: +358 2941 50694, +358 503533630
Email: ilja.makkonen helsinki.fi
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University researcher (PhD)
Kenza is the main researcher in the accelerator mass spectrometry research group since September 2017 and responsible for the AMS measurements done in the laboratory as well as for the associated beam-time scheduling, AMS data-analysis, and reporting.
Office: Accelerator laboratory 135a
Phone: +358 29 41 50116
Research Director (Doc.)
Research topics: Point defects in elemental and compound semiconductors. Positron thermalization and annihilation at ultra cold temperatures. Positron annihilation spectroscopy development.
Office: Accelerator laboratory 105
Phone: +358 50 5606104