Post Doctoral Research Associate
Joshua Einsle is available for consultancy.
My research focuses on understanding the relationship between paleomagnetic measurements and the underlying nanoscale magnetic signal carriers. In order to model and discuss the stability of magnetic signals through time we need to fully characterise the chemical and crystallographic environment that a sample exists in. I apply a variety of electron microscopy techniques (Focused Ion Beam Tomography, EDS STEM tomography, Holography, and Scanning Precession Electron Diffraction) combined with other techniques from materials science such as atom probe tomography and x-ray computed tomography. By combining these multiscale approaches I bridge length and dimensional gaps in our understanding of macroscopic magnetic measurements.