Application of the principles of thermal-fluids to develop solutions for renewable energy, energy storage and harvesting, electronics cooling, and efficient, safe, and sustainable transportation; creation of micro-/nanofluidic technologies to understand and control multiphase processes like condensation and evaporation, and biofluidic processes involving molecules, cells, and tissues.

Research Spotlight

Taking the heat out

Agonafer receives NSF CAREER Award to explore limits of evaporative cooling for electronic devices

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Plants model more efficient cooling method

Patricia Weisensee creates a bioinspired evaporation technique.

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MEMS Shared Instrument Lab

MEMS has shared materials testing equipment available for use in Jubel Hall, Room 231. If you are interested in using this equipment contact Barbara Semar.

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