• Associate Professor, Materials Science & Engineering
Terry Creasy

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware - 1997
  • M.S., Materials Science, Northwestern University - 1987
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Washington University - 1979

Research Interests

    • Polymer processing for property control
    • Hybrid Multifunctional Materials
    • Nastic Materials for Active Structures
    • Nanoscale/microscale properties of Materials
    • Equal Channel Angular Extrusion of Polymer Matrix Composites

Selected Publications

  • Sutter T. M., Dickerson M. B., Creasy T.S., and Justice R. S., "Rubber muscle actuation with pressurized CO2 from enzyme-catalyzed urea hydrolysis," Smart Materials and Structures, 22 (9) (8pp) doi:10.1088/0964-1726/22/9/094022. 2013
  • *Ju, J., R. J. Morgan, E. E. Shin, and T. S. Creasy, “Transverse Cracking of M40J/PMR-II-50 Composites under Thermal-Mechanical Loading; Part II – Experiment and Analytical Investigation,” Journal of Composite Materials, 41(9): 1067 – 1086, 2007
  • McCutcheon, D. M., J. N. Reddy, M. J. O’Brien, T. S. Creasy, and G. F. Hawkins. Damping Composites Materials by Machine Augmentation. Journal of Sound and Vibration. 294 (4-5): 828-840. 2006
  • Creasy, T. S. and Y. S. Kang, Fiber Orientation during Equal Channel Angular Extrusion of Short Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics. Journal of Thermoplastic Composites 17:205-227, 2004