Education

  • Ph.D., Iowa State University, 2006
  • M.S., Iowa State University, 2003
  • B.Sc., Iowa State University, 2001

Research Areas and Descriptors

  • Mechanics of Materials: Experimental mechanics, micro and nanomechanics, mechanochemical interactions, stress corrosion, and fracture

Background

Dr. Antoniou started with the Woodruff School in Fall 2008. Prior, she worked as a postdoctoral research associate at the Center for Integrated Nanotechnlogies (CINT) at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Research

Dr. Antoniou's research focuses on understanding the micromechanics of deformation in cellular materials and metallic glasses, using both experimental measurements and numerical modeling. More recently, she has become interested in the synthesis and mechanical behavior of nanostructured materials.

Distinctions

  • NSF CAREER Award, 2014

  • Iowa State University

    • Research Excellence Award, 2006 and 2003
    • Teaching Excellence Award, 2003

Representative Publications

A. Antoniou, A. F. Bastawros, and S. B. Biner. 2007. Experimental Observations of Deformation Behavior of Bulk Metallic Glasses During Wedge-Like Cylindrical Indentation. Journal of Materials Research 22(2), 514-524.

A. Antoniou, A. F. Bastawros., C. C. H. Lo, and S. B. Biner. 2005. Deformation Behavior of a Zirconium Based Metallic Glass During Cylindrical Indentation: in situ Observations. Materials Science and Engineering A, 394, 96-102.

Antonia Antoniou, P. R. Onck, and Ashraf F. Bastawros, 2004. Experimental Analysis of Compressive Notch Strengthening in Closed-Cell Aluminum Alloy Foam. Acta Materialia 52(8), 2377-2386.

Antonia Antoniou and Ashraf F. Bastawros. 2003. Deformation Characteristics of Tin-Based Solder Joints. Journal of Materials Research 18(10), 2304-2309.