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CBET Program 1406 Research Highlights

 

Thermal Transport Processes

Program Director:   Sumanta Acharya


Listed below are Research Highlights from this program:

       
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and Link to Abstract

Institution
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and Link to Research Highlights

[More Research Highlights/Links Coming Soon]
       
 
FY 2012
   
       
* Narain, Amitabh
Michigan Technological University
  High Effectiveness Microscale Condensers and Boilers for Terrestrial and Space Applications
       
 
FY 2009
   
       
* Schaefer, Laura
University of Pittsburgh
  CAREER: A Better Understanding of
Liquid-Vapor Mixtures
       
 
FY 2008
   
       
* Zhigilei, Leonid
University of Virginia
  CAREER: Computer Modeling of Short Pulse Laser Interaction
       
 
FY 2006
   
       
* Shi, Li
University of Texas at Austin
  CAREER: Thermal Transport and
Thermoelectric Measurements of Nanotransistors, Nanowires, and Superlattices
       

 

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