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We study heat transfer in electronic nano-structures, microfluidic heat sinks, and packaging, focusing on basic transport physics. We work closely with companies on novel cooling strategies for power devices, portables, ASICs, & data centers. Stanford nanoHeat

Featured Publications

Scott, E. A., Perez, C., Saltonstall, C., Adams, D. P., Hodges, C., Asheghi, M., Goodson, K. E., Hopkins, P., Leonhardt, D., & Ziade, E. (2021). Simultaneous thickness and thermal conductivity determination of thinned silicon from 100 nanometers to 40 microns. Applied Physics Letters, 1–7. DOI: 10.1063/5.0050888

Lee, H., Kang, M., Jung, K.W., Kharangate, C.R., Lee, S., Iyengar, M., Malone, C., Asheghi, M., Goodson, K.E., Lee, H. “An Artificial Neural Network Model for Predicting Frictional Pressure Drop in Micro-Pin Fin Heat Sink.” Applied Thermal Engineering, 2021, p. 117012., doi:10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2021.117012

Jung, D., Lee, H., Kong, D., Cho, E., Jung, K.W., Kharangate, C.R., Iyengar, M., Malone, C., Asheghi, M., Goodson, K.E., Lee, H. “Thermal Design and Management of Micro-Pin Fin Heat Sinks for Energy-Efficient Three-Dimensional Stacked Integrated Circuits.” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol. 175, 2021, p. 121192., doi:10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2021.121192

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Farid Graduates!

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!