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(Cancelled)CAEE Spring Seminar Series with Dr. Mohammad Javad Qomi, University of California, Irvine
Start Date: 3/24/2020
End Date: 3/24/2020
Event Description

"Interface Nanoengineering:  A Route to Break the Glassy Limit in Heat Conduction"

Abstract:

Interfaces are ubiquitous in natural and engineered systems and occur where two dissimilar materials meet each other. These interfaces provide a new dimension to better understand the nature and design new materials and processes with exotic and counter-intuitive performances. In this talk, I will provide a general overview of my group's research in the broader area of interface engineering with applications ranging from enhanced oil recovery and carbon sequestration to concrete nanoengineering. I subsequently delve further and describe how nanoengineering of interfaces in the cement paste can help us break the longstanding barrier of thermal conductivity below its solid's glassy limit. I will delineate the collaborative experimental effort through which we were able to realize these novel interfaces in the lab. Subsequently, I will describe the underlying physics through which these interfaces scatter heat carriers at the nanoscale.

Contact Information:
Name: Dr. Y. Amir Farnam
Phone: 215-895-6152
Email: yfarnam@drexel.edu
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Location:
Hill Conference Room
LeBow 240
Audience:
  • Everyone
  • Special Features:
  • Free Food

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