NanoTherm Research Group


Learning and research in the field of thermodynamics, heat transfer, aned nanotechnology has been a journey that has fulfilled our ambitions and continue to do so. We conduct research that will intersect multidisciplinary fields for energy applications. The immediate need for solving energy problems is highlighted by rapid growth of global population, escalation of environmental issues, and increased competition for dwindling resources.
We aim to bring about transformational knowledge for efficient harvesting of energy by fundamentally manipulating heat-fluid-surface interaction in multiple length and time scales. Our research involves mathematical modeling, simulation and experimentation in thermo-fluid system. As broad impact range of these systems, we have a strong emphasis on multidisciplinary collaboration with physicists, material scientists, and chemists.


Congratulations to Peyman! His work on definition of icephobicity is published in Advances in colloid and interface science.

Congratulations to Nazanin! Our recent PhD alumni will pursue her career at Intel as a principal scientist.

Congratulations to Ali! His work on kinetics of hydrate growth is published in Review of Scientific Instruments.

Congratulations to Peyman! His work on stress-localized surafces is published in Materials Horizon.

Congratulations to Mojdeh! Her work on ultrahigh heat fluxes in nanochannels is published in Langmuir.

Congratulations to Peyman! He defended his PhD dissertation PhD dissertation successfully.

Congratulations to Parham! He defended his MSc dissertation MSc dissertation successfully.