Contact Dr Martin Stiehler

Areas of expertise

  • Advanced Casting Science and Technologies
  • Smart Materials
  • Sustainable Manufacturing


Martin is passionate about novel materials, especially Metallic Glasses and High-Entropy Alloys, as well as sustainability. He holds a Diploma in Physics and a PhD in Thin-Film Metallic Glasses from Chemnitz University of Technology (Germany) and a PhD in Bulk Metallic Glasses from Cranfield University. His current research at Cranfield University focusses on the development of novel metallic alloys to accelerate our journey to the net-zero future with a special focus on nuclear fusion. He specialises in High-temperature and High-density Bulk Metallic Glasses (HTBMGs; HDBMGs) as well as High-Entropy Alloys (HEAs), Multiple Principle Element Alloys (MPEAs).

Martin is a peer reviewer for the Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, the Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, the Journal of Cleaner Production and Procedia CIRP.

Research opportunities

novel metallic alloys

metallic glasses

High-temperature and High-density Bulk Metallic Glasses (HTBMGs; HDBMGs)

High-Entropy Alloys (HEAs) and Multiple Principle Element Alloys (MPEAs).



ISIS Neutron and Muon Source

Deutscher Technologiedienst (German Technology Service)


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