José L. Lage
Department of Mechanical Engineering
B.S., Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1984; M.S., Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1986; Ph.D., Duke University, 1991
Heat transfer enhancement; Cooling of electronics; Transport in porous media
Research Accomplishments and Activities
Author of more than 110 scientific papers and one book; Director of the Laboratory for Porous Materials Applications; Presenter of several national and international seminars; Research funded by NSF, NIST, and several industries; U.S. patent on "Cold-plate Design for Thermal Management of Phased-array Radar Systems"; Honorary professor, University of Lower Danube of Galati, Romania, 2001; Engineer of the Year Award, ASME-NTS, 2001; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Fellowship, 1998-1999; Leonard Euler Center - ERCOFTAC Fellowship, Switzerland, 1998; Young Engineer of the Year Award, ASME-NTS, 1995; Outstanding Research Award, Sigma Xi, Southern Methodist University, 1994
Curiosity-driven research leads to challenges that lead to knowledge that leads to great scientific discoveries that lead to professional recognition that leads to personal satisfaction that leads to superb performance that leads to intellectual freedom that leads to … more curiosity-driven research!