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Asst Prof Matteo Seita
Nanyang Assistant Professor (NRF), School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Nanyang Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
NRF Fellow, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)
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Dr. Matteo Seita is an Assistant Professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, the School of Materials Science and Engineering, and the Asian School of the Environment. He holds a Master’s Degree in Nanotechnology for Integrated Systems, which was jointly awarded by Politecnico di Torino, Grenoble INP (France), and EPFL (Switzerland). In 2012 he graduated from ETH Zürich with a PhD in Materials Science, which was focused on microstructure control of metal films through ion-irradiation. In 2013 he joined the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT (USA) as a postdoctoral associate. At MIT, he collaborated with different professors on a number of fundamental and applied projects aimed at investigating structure-property relationships of grain boundaries in metallic materials. In October 2016 he started his appointment at NTU and In January 2018 he was awarded the Singapore National Research Foundation (NRF) Fellowship, a $3 Million individual research grant for early career scientists.
Dr. Seita’s research is focused on the development of novel metallic materials with improved reliability and tailored properties using additive manufacturing technology. Areas of current interest are:

- Microstructure control during metal additive manufacturing;
- Development of novel additive manufacturing techniques;
- High-throughput characterization of polycrystalline metals;
- Grain boundary crystallography-property relationships;
- Environment-assisted failure of structural metals and metal alloys.
  • Layerwise Microstructure Scanner : A New Technology For Online Materials Assessment In Additive Manufacturing
  • Molecular barcoding and detection of plastic: from basic science to environmental policy
  • SPRING: Sustainable 3D Printed Reconfigurable materials Engineering
  • Unlocking the Secrets of Microbially Influenced Corrosion:From Detection to Control Mechanisms