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Dr. Creuziger's research interests are experimental investigation into the deformation and fracture processes of ductile metals. Simultaneous in situ measurements of stress and strain are performed on samples that are loaded under multi-axial stress states to measure plasticity and phase transformation. Changes in the loading path are also considered to provide experimental data on plasticity and fracture. Current research is focused on phase transforming steel (TRIP steel) and single crystal copper.
Materials Research Engineer
2008-present. National Research Council post-doctoral associate, NIST
Ph. D., Engineering Mechanics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Jan 2008 Minor in Materials Science
Delta Certificate in Research, Teaching, and Learning
M. S., Engineering Mechanics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Dec 2005
BAEM, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, May 2002 (Bachelor's of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics) Minor in Astronomy
Phone: 301 975 6015