Sharon, PA 16146
Dr. Matt Caputo is a native to the Shenango valley, graduating from Farrell Area High School. Dr. Caputo earned a bachelor of science in physics at Clarion University in 2014. From 2014 to 2018, he attended Youngstown State University studying Materials Science and Engineering, where he earned his PhD. During his undergraduate and graduate studies, Dr. Caputo was heavily involved in research activities with his professors. Dr. Caputo feels the opportunity to participate in research, as a student, can be extremely fruitful. Therefore, he would like to provide the same opportunity to any willing student.
Beyond this, Dr. Caputo enjoys outdoor activities, cooking, and baking, with his wife and labradoodle.
Additive manufacturing (3D printing)
Shape memory alloys (SMA’s) and ferromagnetic SMA’s
Modeling of mechanical properties as porous structures
M. Riaz, M. Caputo, M. Ferraro, J. Ryu, (2018) “Influence of process induced anisotropy and synovial environment on wear of EBM built Ti6Al4V joint implants” Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11665-018-3458-8
C. Li, C. Carey, D. Li, M. Caputo, R. Bouch, H. Hampikian, (2018) “A Study on Spherical Particles Observed in Al65Cu20Fe15 Alloy Prepared by Arc Melting” Materials Characterization. 140, 162-171.
M. Caputo, A. Berkowitz, A. Armstrong, P. Müllner, C. V. Solomon, (2018) “4D printing of New Shaped Parts Made from Ni-Mn-Ga Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys” Additive Manufacturing Journal. 21, 579-588.
C. Li, B. Kothe, M. Caputo, H. Hampikian (2017). “Ordering of Nanoparticles along Concentric Nanorings Observed in Al-Cu-Fe Alloy” Microscopy & Microanalysis. 23 (Suppl 1), 1960-1961.
M. Caputo, C. V. Solomon, (2017). “Microstructure and Chemical Composition Analysis of Additive Manufactured Ni-Mn-Ga Parts Sintered in Different Conditions” Microscopy & Microanalysis. 23 (Suppl 1), 2078-2079.
A. Baker, M. Caputo, H. Hampikian, L. Simpson, C. Li (2017). ‘Icosahedral Quasicrystal Layer Observed on λ Phase in Al-Cu-Fe Alloy” Materials Sciences and Applications. 8, 509-520.
M. Caputo, C. V. Solomon (2017). “A Facile Method for Producing Porous Parts with Complex Geometries from Ferromagnetic Ni-Mn-Ga Shape Memory Alloys” Materials Letters. 200, 87-89.
Post-Doctorate Additive Manufacturing and Materials Characterization Research Scientist, Youngstown State University (2018)
PhD in Materials Science and Engineering, Youngstown State University (2018)
Bachelor of Science in Physics, Clarion University (2014)