Marcus Björling has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Mid Sweden University and a PhD in Machine Elements from Luleå University of Technology. The title of the dissertation was "Friction in Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication". Marcus is now doing research as a Post Doc with the focus on friction in elastohydrodynamically lubricated contacts. Marcus has published several papers on the effect of DLC coatings on full film friction and one of these publications got the STLE Surface Engineering Technical Committee Best Paper Award in 2013. The thermal insulation hypothesis presented in this series of papers has also been presented in Nature Highlights in January 2014.
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