Researcher biography

Joseph Otte obtained his Bachelor of Chemical and Materials Engineering degree from The University of Queensland in 2018, continuing study at UQ and receiving a PhD degree in Materials Engineering in 2022. His research background is in nanoscale design of titanium matrix composite materials utilising additive manufacturing. Joseph’s expertise is in TEM analysis utilising HRTEM, electron diffraction, STEM imaging, EDX, EELS and other analytical TEM techniques including in situ TEM, particularly in situ heating using MEMS chips. Joseph also has extensive experience in TEM sample preparation using FIB. His current responsibilities involve client training and technical assistance on the Hitachi HF5000 CS corrected TEM/STEM system, including the full workflow from sample prep to imaging and data analysis.