nanoHeat goes to APS March Meeting

Chris Perez, Yu Jui Lin, and Jillian Anderson attended the American Physics Society’s March Meeting in Las Vegas presenting topics: The Capillary-driven Two-phase Embedded Microchannel Heatsink for the Efficient Cooling of Power Electronic Modules Accelerated neuromorphic computing with site specific joule heating of ECRAM arrays Probing Phonon-Dominated Transport in Sb2Se3 Thin Films

Qianying and Chris win Techcon Awards!

Qianying and Chris got big recognition at the annual SRC Techcon earlier this month!  Both were honored with Top 10 Presenter Awards.  Qianying was chosen for her work on capillary-fed boiling, and Chris for his progress on interface controlled transport in GST superlattices. There were 150 student talks, top researchers from across the country, so these awards are a big […]

Tiwei Joins Purdue Faculty!

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!