Tijmen Vermeij is a PhD Candidate in the Mechanics of Materials group at Mechanical Engineering. His PhD project, supervised by Johan Hoefnagels, focuses on experimental investigations of micromechanical deformation and damage mechanisms in Dual-Phase Steels. This research is primarily conducted by combining advanced microscopic techniques on micromechanical deformation tests, through which the full chain of deformation and damage events can be tracked. Other research interests involve the development of state-of-the-art Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) and Digital Image Correlation (DIC) methods.
Tijmen Vermeij obtained his BSc and MSc degree (Cum Laude) in Mechanical Engineering at TU/e. For his MSc internship, he visited the research group of Prof. Cem Tasan at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, USA for a period of four months. For his MSc final project, he worked on the development of state-of-the-art 3D residuals stress measurements, which resulted in two journal publications and the prize for the best MSc thesis in the year 2018 at the Eindhoven University of Technology.
A consistent full-field integrated DIC framework for HR-EBSDUltramicroscopy (2018)
Demonstrating the potential of accurate absolute cross-grain stress and orientation correlation using electron backscatter diffractionScripta Materialia (2019)
Preventing damage and redeposition during focused ion beam milling: the “umbrella” methodUltramicroscopy (2018)
One‐step deposition of nano‐to‐micron‐scalable, high‐quality digital image correlation patterns for high‐strain in‐situ multi‐microscopy testingStrain (2019)
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