Professor David A. Cardwell
David A. Cardwell, BSc, MA, PhD, FInstP, CPhys, FIET, CEng
is Professor of Superconducting Engineering,
University of Cambridge.
He is on the Editorial Boards of
International Materials Reviews and
Superconductor Science and Technology.
He is Treasurer of the
European Society for Applied Superconductivity
and on the International Advisory Board of the
David’s research interests include high temperature superconductivity, processing of bulk superconductors, magnetic properties of bulk superconductors, and engineering applications of high temperature superconductors.
He coedited Handbook of Superconducting Materials, coauthored Controlled processing and properties of large Pt-doped YBaCuO pseudocrystals for electromagnetic applications, Bulk Superconducting Nano-Composites With High Critical Currents, Single domain YBCO/Ag bulk superconductors fabricated by seeded infiltration and growth, A practical route for the fabrication of large single-crystal (RE)BaCuO superconductors, and Chemically prepared precursor powder for the fabrication of melt processed YBCO, and authored Processing and properties of large grain (RE)BCO. Read the full list of his publications!
David earned his BSc at Warwick University, UK in 1983, his PhD at Warwick University, UK in 1987, and his MA at Cambridge University, UK in 1995.
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