Office: 
(primary) 2027A Birck Nanotech. Center; 
(secondary) 2201 ME Building
Office Hours:
Spring 2017, in 2201 ME Bldg, MWF 0830-0930
Mailing Address: 
Purdue University
Birck Center
1205 W. State St.
West Lafayette, IN 47907  USA

Books

Thermal Energy at the Nanoscale

publisher site
(click image for publisher's site, or here for Amazon)
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Thermal Effects in Supercapacitors
http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319202419
(click image for publisher's site, or here for Amazon)

Some fun

Overview

Welcome to our group's home page. We work on a broad range of problems, primarily involving transport processes by electrons, phonons, photons, and fluids. We seek to solve problems with high importance to applications in energy transport, conversion, and storage, that are relevant to major industrial segments (aerospace, micro/nanoelectronics, sensors).Some topics and methods of our research are summarized in the following graphic.
- Tim Fisher
  James G. Dwyer Professor in Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University





Research & News

  • Newly minted Dr. Galen Jackson and Dr. Ishan Srivastava ... earned their hoods today. Congrats! (and likely my last hooding event at Purdue)
    Posted May 12, 2017, 5:54 PM by Tim Fisher
  • Former postdoc Prof. Ritu Gupta ... published the cover article in the upcoming issue of Energy Technology, on scalable (roll-to-roll) coating of graphene nanopetal substrates for supercapacitors. Click here to view the article. 
    Posted May 8, 2017, 7:28 AM by Tim Fisher
  • PhD graduate Prof. Bara Cola ... has won the NSF Alan T. Waterman Award, which is "the nation's highest honor for early career scientists and engineers." To read more about this amazing achievement, click here
    Posted Apr 13, 2017, 11:14 AM by Tim Fisher
  • Former postdoc Prof. Placidus Amama ... has received the NSF CAREER award for early-career research. His studies will involve the use of carbon nanotubes for photocatalytic remediation of urban air pollution. Click here for more ...
    Posted Mar 26, 2017, 5:18 AM by Tim Fisher
  • PhD graduate Prof. Matt Maschmann ... has received the NSF CAREER award for early-career research. His topic of study involves interactions among carbon nanotubes. Click here for more information. 
    Posted Mar 26, 2017, 5:11 AM by Tim Fisher
  • PhD graduate Menglong Hao ... and group members Dr. Anurag Kumar, Dr. Stephen Hodson, and Pingge He co-authored the cover article for the latest issue of Advanced Materials Interfaces, on brazed carbon nanotube arrays ...
    Posted Apr 6, 2017, 7:54 AM by Tim Fisher
  • PhD graduate Dr. Sridhar Sadasivam ... in collaboration with Prof. Joe Feser's group at the Univ. of Delaware has posted a pair of companion papers to the arXiv on electron-phonon coupling across metal-semiconductor ...
    Posted Sep 20, 2016, 7:54 PM by Tim Fisher
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Online Courses, Lectures, and Tools


Lectures on nanoHUB

 Tools on nanoHUB

Information for Prospective Students

Our research group is characterized by a passion for discovering, explaining, and developing new knowledge through persistent effort intelligently applied. Students seeking a research position with us are encouraged to review the admission guidelines provided by Purdue’s Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program. Qualified students should then review the other pages of this website to identify specific research topics of mutual interest. These topics should be highlighted in any correspondence and in application materials. Interested students would also benefit from studying the materials contained in the online nanoHUB-U course, Thermal Energy at the Nanoscale, which can be taken in self-paced mode without a registration fee (i.e., free).

India-US Joint Networked Centre

I also serve as an Adjunct Professor at the International Centre for Materials Science (ICMS), a companion organization to the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR) in Bangalore, India. A new Joint Networked Centre on Nanomaterials for Energy established among partners JNCASR, Purdue, and GE Global Research (Bangalore) fosters ongoing collaborative research and exchanges of students and postdocs between ICMS/JNCASR, GE and the Birck Nanotechnology Center. The Joint Centre is sponsored by the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum. This effort seeks to harness the promising potential ofnanomaterials to address global energy challenges. For examples of the types of activities involved, please refer to a recent review paper, a workshop report posted on nanoHUB, and the Joint Centre's website. To become an exchange participant, please complete the online application
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