Transport Sciences

The transport sciences research group focuses on fundamental and applied research in the areas of transport phenomena (i.e., fluid flow, heat and mass transfer), with specializations in interfacial phenomena, micro- and nano- flows, complex fluids, small-scale thermal analysis, microfluidic sensors, nanomaterial processing, and data center thermal management. Our research facility houses a wide array of state-of-the-art equipment for fluid flow metrology, flow visualization, fluid property characterization, multiphase flow analysis, and thermal characterization.

Paul Chiarot

Paul Chiarot
Assistant Professor
pchiarot@binghamton.edu

Microfluidics, multiphase flows, electrohydrodynamics, sensor technology

Peter Huang

Peter Huang
Assistant Professor
phuang@binghamton.edu

Micro/nanofluidics, biofluidics, cellular manipulations, transport phenomena

Bruce Murray

Bruce Murray
Department Chair
bmurray@binghamton.edu

Materials processing, computational materials science and transport phenomena

Bahgat Sammakia

Bahgat Sammakia
Professor
bahgat@binghamton.edu

Heat transfer, electronics packaging

Timothy Singler

Timothy Singler
Associate Professor
singler@binghamton.edu

Experimental and analytical fluid mechanics, geophisical fluid mechanics, interfacial fluid mechanics, interfacial stability, applied mathematics

 

Last Updated: 2/6/14