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".
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- PhD (2005), Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara
- 2011 NSF CAREER Award
- American Physical Society
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Materials Research Society
- The Minerals Metals and Materials Society
- Society of Rheology
- K. M. Salerno, C. E. Maloney, and M. O. Robbins. “Avalanches in Strained Amorphous Solids: Does Inertia Destroy Critical Behavior?” Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 105703 (2012).
- A. Hasan and C. E. Maloney. “Saddle-node scalings in homogeneous dislocation nucleation.” International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering 10, pp. 101-108 (2012).
- K. Karimi and C. E. Maloney. “Local Anisotropy in Globally Isotropic Granular Packings.” Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 268001 (2011)
- D. Kaya, N. Green, C. E. Maloney and M. F. Islam. “Density Invariant Vibrational Modes in Disordered Colloidal Crystals.” Physical Review E 83, 051404 (2011)
- M. L. Falk and C. E. Maloney. “Simulating the mechanical response of amorphous solids using atomistic methods.” Euro Phys. B. 75(4) pp. 405-413 2010.
- A. Garg, A. Acharya, C.E. Maloney "A Study of Conditions for Dislocation Nucleation in Coarserthan-atomistic Scale Models", Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 75, 2015, 76–92
- A. Hasan, C.E. Maloney "Inferring Elastic Properties of an fcc Crystal from Displacement Correlations: Sub-space Projection and Statistical Artifacts", Physical Review E 90, 87(5-1), 2012, e062309
Research & Scholarship Interests
Modeling, simulation, and theory of nanoscale mechanics, soft matter, and glasses and amorphous materials.Affiliated With