Daniel J. Delia

Daniel J Delia

Daniel Delia is a postdoctoral research associate in the Mechanical Properties and Mechanics Group in the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). He received his Ph.D. in Ceramics from Alfred University (2023) and B.S. in Ceramic Engineering from Alfred University (2018). His research interests are ceramic powder characterization, ceramic processing, and sintering. 

The American Ceramic Society

  • Delia, D. J.;  Lee, H.; Carty, W. M., Surface area reduction during the sintering of alumina. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 2023, 106 (9), 5178-5186.


  • Delia, D. J.; Carty, W. M., Limitations on the sintering of graded particle systems. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 2023, 106 (10), 5689-5697.


  • Yan, Y.;  McGarrity, K. A.;  Delia, D. J.;  Fekety, C.; Wang, K., The oxidation-resistance mechanism of WTaNbTiAl refractory high entropy alloy. Corrosion Science 2022, 204, 110377.


  • McEntee, M.;  Gordon, W. O.;  Balboa, A.;  Delia, D. J.;  Pitman, C. L.;  Pennington, A. M.;  Rolison, D. R.;  Pietron, J. J.; DeSario, P. A., Mesoporous copper nanoparticle/TiO2 aerogels for room-temperature hydrolytic decomposition of the chemical warfare simulant dimethyl methylphosphonate. ACS Applied Nano Materials 2020, 3 (4), 3503-3512.


  • DeSario, P. A.;  Pitman, C. L.;  Delia, D. J.;  Driscoll, D. M.;  Maynes, A. J.;  Morris, J. R.;  Pennington, A. M.;  Brintlinger, T. H.;  Rolison, D. R.; Pietron, J. J., Low-temperature CO oxidation at persistent low-valent Cu nanoparticles on TiO2 aerogels. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 2019, 252, 205-213.