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Ollie Campbell

Mr Ollie Campbell

Research student

School of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Overview

Biography

PhD - Microstructures and Deformation Mechanisms of Ballistic Impacts in Stone - School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Cardiff University (2018-Present)

MGeol, BSc Geological Sciences (International) - Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra (2016-2017)

MGeol, BSc Geological Sciences (International) - School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds, Leeds (2014-2018)

Interests

  • Structural Geology
  • Ballistic Damage
  • Microstructural Analysis
  • Heritage Conservation

Publication

2022

2021

2019

Articles

Thesis

Research

My research focusses on the microstructural damage caused to stone heritage by ballistic impacts. I am interested in the relationship between visible damage and internal damage networks at both the macro- and microscale. I work in collaboration with the 'Heritage in the Crossfire' research group developing field methodology for assessing internal damage based on non-destructive testing.

Thesis

Microstructures and Deformation Mechanisms of Ballistic Impacts in Stone

Teaching

  • Year 2 Structural Geology
  • Year 1 Pembrokeshire Fieldcourse