Originally from France, Salomé Sanchez completed an integrated Masters in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Nottingham and a PhD in Manufacturing engineering at the same university. More specifically, she investigated the creep performance of Additively Manufactured Inconel 718 (nickel-based superalloy).
Currently, Salomé is working as a postdoctoral researcher in the Design, Production and Management (DPM) group in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, focusing on improving feature resolution in Additively Manufactured metals, with a focus on Regenerative Fuel Cell applications.
Salomé is open to supervising students and to take part in collobrations, particularly in biomedical and machine learning fields.
Currently, Salomé is aiming to improve feature resolution in Laser PBF for Regenerative Fuel Cell applications.
Students interested in this field can contact Salomé to develop a project and she is also open to collaborating with other researchers, especially in the biomedical and machine learning fields.
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Salomé's current research is looking into improving feature size and resolution and to control porosity in Additively Manufactured metal, with a focus on Regenerative Fuel Cell applications.
Currently available ME Student projects:
1- Selective Metal Sintering for metal lattice structrues
2- Post-processing for 3D printed porous materials
3- Effects of process-parameters on porous lattice structrues
Any student who would like to discuss other new project ideas are welcome!