|Present||Research Engineer, University of Dayton ‐ Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering|
Two-dimensional semiconducting materials (MoS2, WS2 etc.), Multifunctional nanocomposite materials, Interfacial thermal transport phenomena, In situ characterization of materials properties, Development and characterization of novel materials processes, Manipulation of the structure and properties of materials through process control, Processing and characterization of carbon nanostructures, and Electron microscopy and surface analysis
|2002||PhD, Colorado School of Mines|
|1999||BS, Colorado School of Mines ‐ Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
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Featured Works (86)
Mechanical Strain Dependence of Thermal Transport in Amorphous Silicon Thin ...
Nanoscale and Microscale Thermophysical Engineering (2015)
Recent computational studies predict mechanical strain–induced changes in thermal transport, which is yet to be validated by experimental data. In ...