Our NanoHeat postdoc, Tiwei Wei, will be joining the Purdue University faculty in the Department of Mechanical Engineering starting in the Fall of 2022. During his time with our group, he made numerous advancements in the realms of packaging and convection: we are excited to see where his path continues from here! Congratulations Tiwei!
Congratulations to our lab alumn Tanya for her review on how innovations in heat transfer component designs can reduce the cost and improve the energy efficiency of thermal desalination plant systems! You can check it out here: https://www.cell.com/issue/S2542-4351(21)X0007-4#closeFullCover
Congratulations to Qianying for displaying a mastery of her work at ITherm 2022 by winning the best paper award! Well done Qianying!
Former NanoHeat Alum, Aditya Sood will be joining Princeton University faculty in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, jointly with the Princeton Institute for Materials (PRISM), starting in January 2023. Congratulations Aditya!
Many congratulations to Jillian Anderson, for being awarded a prestigious NSF GRFP award! We are excited that her research focusing on capillary action in nanostructured surfaces has gained recognition. Great job Jillian!
Farid graduated with his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in May of 2022! Congratulations Farid! We wish you the best in whatever it is you are doing, be sure to check in!
Heungdong graduated with his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in April of 2022! Congratulations Heingdong! We wish you the best in your postdoc appointment working with your group.
Katherine Jiang placed 2nd at the Center for Power Optimization of Electro-Thermal Systems (POETS) Annual Meeting by “perfectly pitching” MOF-based water harvesting in power plants Great job Katherine!
Congratulations to Qianying for being awarded a TomKat Graduate Fellowship for Translational Research! Check it out here: https://tomkat.stanford.edu/people/qianying-wu
The NanoHeat Lab welcomes three new members: Jillian Anderson, Katherine Jiang, and Yujui Lin. They are all extremely bright individuals and we cannot wait to see the contributions they will make at Stanford and beyond.
Many congratulations to our post doc, Hyun Jin Kim, for earning an assistant professorship at the University of Alabama! She will lead research focusing on energy and thermal transport systems, based on microscale thermofluid science fundamentals. Good luck Jin!
Chi graduated with a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering on September 2020! Congratulations Chi! We welcome Chi as a new post doc in the nanoHeat lab!