Dr. Irene Beyerlein co-directs the Los Alamos Center for Materials at Irradiation and Mechanical Extremes and is a leading international expert on microstructural changes to metals undergoing severe plastic deformation. This AMR audio interview explores her path to a high-impact research career, her passion for the science of material dislocations and fracture, and the influence of role models and mentors.
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