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News Highlights:

8/9/16

Shaker successfully passes his PhD Candidacy Exam.


7/29/16

Mahamud successfully defends his PhD dissertation on Boiling Enhancement on Engineered Surfaces.


7/11/16

Emre, Mahamud, Donald, Shaker, and Debbie all present their work at the 2016 ICNMM and Summer Heat Transfer Conferences.


5/25/16

Hamid’s work on simulating heat transfer and fluid flow of PCM slurries is published in the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer.


4/19/16

Mahamud’s work on surface engineering for boiling enhancement is accepted in Heat Transfer Engineering.


Welcome to the Multiscale Thermofluidics Lab under the direction of Professor Matthew McCarthy in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics at Drexel University.

Our research focuses on developing novel scalable nanomanufacturing techniques using biological templates to manipulate micro- and nano- scale thermal and fluidic phenomena. Current work includes enhancing phase-change heat transfer with super-wetting nanostructured coatings and transport and separation through nanoporous membranes.

Director:  Matthew McCarthy, PhD

Dept. Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics, Drexel University


mccarthy@coe.drexel.edu

215-895-2841


Office: Curtis 156