CU Aerospace Nanoscale Transport Modelling Laboratory


  • 06/2018: Jason Herron joins our group. Welcome, Jason!

  • 05/2018: We got a new logo! Check it out!

  • 05/2018: Artem Pimachev joins our group. Welcome, Artem!

  • 04/2018: The group is presenting a poster at the Multi Physics Workshop, in CU Boulder, check it out!

  • 04/2018: Prof. Neogi gave a technical presentation at the MRS Spring Meeting 2018, in Phoenix, AZ.

  • 04/2018: Vitaly presented a poster at the MRS Spring Meeting 2018, in Phoenix, AZ, check it out!

  • 03/2018: Prof. Neogi presented a seminar at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, UCLA.

  • 02/2018: Manoj selected to participate in the 2018 NSF/DOE Quantum Science Summer School (QS3) with the mission of training toward the next "quantum revolution." Congratulations, Manoj!

  • 02/2018: Our project "Mesoscale model development for multi-interface materials" receives seed grant award from Interdisiplinary Research Theme Multi-functional Materials!

  • 09/2017: Our project "Thermal Interface Modeling to Shape Thermoelectric Performances" (TIMSTEPS) receives a supplement $260,000 award from DARPA!

  • 05/2017: Prof. Neogi moderated a panel on "Academic Job Search" in the Women in Aerospace Symposium at the University of Colorado Boulder.

  • 05/2017: Our review article "Nanophononics: state of the art and perspectives", published in 2016, is placed by Web of Science in the top 1% highly cited paper of the academic field of Physics as of January/February 2017 based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year.

  • 07/2016: Prof. Neogi receives a $700,000 grant from DARPA for the project "Thermal Interface Modeling to Shape Thermoelectric Performances" (TIMSTEPS).

  • 09/2015: Group is formed.

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    Recent News

    Web of Science top 1% highly cited paper in physics as of Jan/Feb 2017
    DARPA Nano Thermoelectrics Grant Could Lead to Big Changes
    Nanophononics: state of the art and perspectives
    Surface matters: Huge reduction of heat conduction observed in flat silicon channels

    Funding Resources

    Center for Aerospace Structures | Aerospace Engineering Systems | Ann and H.J. Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences | University of Colorado Boulder
    Sanghamitra Neogi © 2017
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