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Sheikhi, Reza
Title: Associate Professor In Residence and Associate Department Head
Highest Degree: Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2005
E-Mail: reza.sheikhi@uconn.edu

Keywords: active faculty, computational fluid mechanics, computational mechanics, Current, Energy Systems, fluid mechanics, Multi-physics computational modeling, transport phenomena, turbulent combustion, turbulent combustion modeling

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Langston, Lee
Title: Professor Emeritus
E-Mail: lee.langston@uconn.edu

Dr. LEE LANGSTON received a BSME (1959) from the University of Connecticut, MS (1960) and a Ph.D. (1964) from Stanford University. He was with Pratt & Whitney Aircraft in Connecticut as a research engineer working on fuel cells, heat pipes and jet engines from 1964 to 1977. During these years he also participated in mountain […]

Keywords: emeritus faculty, experimental and analytical studies of 3D flows, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, turbo machines

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Cetegen, Baki
Title: United Technologies Chair Professor
Highest Degree: Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1982
E-Mail: baki.cetegen@uconn.edu

Dr. Cetegen joined the Mechanical Engineering Department in 1987. Prior to that, he was a research fellow at the University of California, Irvine and a research engineer and group leader at Energy and Environmental Research Corporation, Irvine, CA. He received his B.S. degree (summa cum laude) from Bosphorous University in Istanbul, Turkey (1978), M.S. from […]

Keywords: Applied Mechanics and Advanced Materials Processing, Current, Energy Systems, fire dynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, optical diagnostics, turbulent combustion

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Faghri, Amir
Title: Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Distinguished Dean Emeritus of Engineering
Highest Degree: Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1976
E-Mail: amir.faghri@uconn.edu

Keywords: boiling and condensation, Current, Energy Systems, enhanced heat transfer, fluid mechanics, heat pipes and fuel cells, heat transfer, Micro and Nano-scale Systems, phase change and solidification, transport phenomena

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