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About Lauber de Souza Martins

In 2007, Dr. Martins started to work as research assistant at Center for Advanced Power Systems –Florida State University where in 2012 received his Ph.D degree. His research field while at Florida State University was in thermal management of energy systems working with mathematical modeling and simulation of polymer electrolyte fuel cells and alkaline fuel cells aiming the development of computational tools for optimization.
In the fall of 2012, Dr. Martins started working as postdoctoral fellow at University of Pretoria, in South Africa. In the following year, he was appointed as senior lecturer at the mechanical and aeronautical engineering department at the same university. At University of Pretoria, Dr. Martins was the module coordinator of professional trainer for the undergraduate students and instructor for undergraduate and graduate classes of thermodynamics and advanced heat and mass transfer. He was also responsible for final year design and research projects of senior students. His research interests are fuel cells, heat transfer, thermodynamic optimization, sustainable energy, constructal theory, and energy systems.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of Physics, Andrews University
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Education

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2012 PhD Mechanical Engineering, Florida State University
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2005 MS Mechanical Engineering: Thermal and Chemical Processes, Universidade Federal do Parana
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2002 BS Mechanical Engineering, Universidade Federal do Parana
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Contact Information

Office Location: Haughey Hall 209
Phone: (269) 471-3502

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