07/2018 Our lab received a new NSF Award to study Li-air batteries.
04/2018 Paul Kaneelil has been accepted into the PhD program at Princeton. Congratulations!
01/2018 Dr. Sun has been awarded the COE Outstanding Mid-Career Research Achievement Award.
11/2017 Congratulations to Min Pack for successfully depending his dissertation and accepting a post-doc fellow position at Princeton.
06/2017 Our lab received a new NSF Award to study air layer dynamics upon drop impact on liquid-infused surfaces.
03/2017 Congratulations to Arif Rokoni for receiving the Joseph Carleone Endowed Fellowship.
Complex Fluids and Multiphase Transport Lab
The Complex Fluids and Multiphase Transport Lab conducts both experimental and modeling studies on heat/mass transfer and multi-phase flows, as well as transport phenomena in additive manufacturing and energy systems. Current projects range from basic studies of interfacial transport in directed-assembly of functional materials and nanostructure-enhanced two-phase heat transfer to design of innovative dry cooling power plants and electrochemical energy storage systems.
The laboratory is supported by the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Electric Power Research Institute, Ben Franklin Technology Partners, American Chemical Society, and industry.
Director: Ying Sun, Ph.D., Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics, Drexel University
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Office: Curtis 151-I, 3141 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104