Claudio Di Leo is an Assistant Professor at the School of Aerospace Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research lab, the Multiphysics Mechanics of Materials Lab — M3Lab — conducts research with a focus on the development of continuum mechanics theories for multiphysics problems. In particular, the M3Lab focuses on energy storage materials and the coupling between mechanical deformation and electrochemistry. Details can be found in the research page and publications. Beyond leading the M3Lab, Di Leo also developed and directs the Aero Maker Space, a new family of facilities at GT Aerospace aimed at rapid prototyping and testing of any and all ideas. More information can be found
Prior to joining the faculty at Georgia Tech, Di Leo received his Ph.D. (2015), M.S. (2013), and B.S. (2010) in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where his research focused on modeling hydrogen diffusion in metals and the chemo-mechanics of Li-Ion batteries.