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About Arden Moore

Dr. Arden Moore is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Louisiana Tech University and holds a joint appointment with the Institute for Micromanufacturing (IfM) where he works on advanced materials and devices for multi-scale energy applications. Prior to joining the faculty at Louisiana Tech, Dr. Moore was a Thermal Advisory Engineer for IBM’s Systems & Technology Group from 2011 to 2013 where he designed and developed electronics thermal management solutions from the die level up to full server systems. In addition to academic publications, Dr. Moore is inventor or co-inventor on over a dozen patents or patent applications related to thermal management. He is a 2019 National Science Foundation CAREER Awardee and currently serves on the advisory board of Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics.
 
Dr. Moore graduated with his B. S. in mechanical engineering from Louisiana Tech University in 2001, followed by his Master’s and Ph. D. degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 2007 and 2010, respectively. During his time in graduate school he worked in the fields of thermoelectric nanostructures, nanoscale energy transport physics, and advanced thermal conductivity characterization of supported and suspended graphene while publishing in such journals as Nano Letters, Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Heat Transfer, Physical Review B, and Science. At Louisiana Tech he teaches several courses in the thermal/fluids area including ENGR 222 (Thermodynamics I), MEEN 332 (Thermodynamics II), MEEN 353 (Heat Transfer), MEEN 451 (Thermal Design), and MEEN 450C (Advanced Fluid Dynamics).

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Louisiana Tech University Mechanical Engineering
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Faculty Member, Louisiana Tech University Institute for Micromanufacturing
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Curriculum Vitae




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Recent Peer-reviewed Journal Publications (5)

Research Works (65)