Craig Maloney

Associate Professor,  Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Contact

Social Media

Office

  • 271 SN
  • 617.373.6255

Research Focus

Modeling, simulation, and theory of nanoscale mechanics, soft matter, and glasses and amorphous materials.

Education

  • PhD (2005), Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara

Honors & Awards

  • 2011 NSF CAREER Award

Professional Affiliations

  • American Physical Society
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Materials Research Society
  • The Minerals Metals and Materials Society
  • Society of Rheology

Research Overview

Modeling, simulation, and theory of nanoscale mechanics, soft matter, and glasses and amorphous materials.

Selected Research Projects

  • CAREER: Plasticity and Jamming
    • – Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation
  • CDSE: A Data-driven Statistical Approach to Aging and Elasticity in Colloidal Glasses
    • – Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation

Selected Publications

  • B. Tyukodi, D. Vandembroucq, C.E. Maloney Avalanches, Thresholds, and Diffusion in Mesoscale Amorphous Plasticity, Physical Review E, 100, 2019 043003
  • Garg, A. Hasan, C.E. Maloney, Mesoscale Analysis of Homogeneous Dislocation Nucleation, Journal of Applied Mechanics, 86(9), 2019, 091005
  • Tyukodi, D. Vandembroucq, C.E. Maloney, Diffusion In Mesoscopic Lattice Models of Amorphous Plasticity, Physical Review Letters, 121, 2018, 145501
  • H. Abdi, R. Soheilian, R.M. Erb, C.E. Maloney Paramagnetic Colloids: Chaotic Routes to Clusters and Molecules, Physical Review E, 97, 2018, 032601
  • Y. Wu, K. Karimi, C.E. Maloney, S. Teitel Anomalous Stress Fluctuations in Athermal Two-Dimensional Amorphous Solids, Physical Review E, 96, 2017, 032902

Oct 26, 2015

Maloney Featured on Cover

MIE Associate Professor Craig Maloney’s research was featured on the back cover of Soft Matter for his article on "Gelation and mechanical response of patchy rods".

Graduate

May 13, 2015

Message from MIE Chair

Learn about Northeastern University’s Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE).

View All Related News