Aug 28- 2015 – By Admin.
Daniel Lorenzini has been recognized with the 1st place Outstanding Poster Award in the International Research Poster Competition at the 2015 ASME Conference on Nano, Micro and Mini Channels at San Francisco California. Daniel was representing Georgia Tech as a PhD student and Mexico as he is supported by his native country through the agency CONACYT. The competition included students from all over the world and top universities such as MIT, Stanford, Universität Düsseldorf Germany, EPFL Switzertland, among others. This is a great recognition for the ME department at Georgia Tech and the cutting-edge research performed at Professor’s Joshi group, as well as big achievement for Daniel and his home country Mexico.
Daniel Lorenzini (Mexico), Seungho Mok (South Korea), Pouya Asrar (Iran), and Jayati Athavale (India) at the poster competition.
Daniel Lorenzini was awarded due to his innovative research on developing new modeling tools that will enable the design of the next generation of cooling technologies for microchips with phase-change cooling. He is working with the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) on the Ice-Cool Program, where the main objective is the development of Ultra-High Performance Nano and Micro Cooling Solutions for the next generation of supercomputer chips. Below is a picture of the Daniel’s research on the development of numerical models for optimizing such complex phenomena:
Micro two-phase flow boiling regime for the interlayer cooling of 3D supercomputer chips.