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  • Prof. Chen Li is now recruiting self-motivated and talented PhD students and Postdoc. If you are interested, please email your short resume and un-official transcripts to Prof. Chen Li. Read More

  • Congratulations to Dr. Mehdi Famouri, the recent graduate of our lab, for accepting a postition to be a Senior Mechanical Engineer in Arconic (Nov 2017). Read More

  • Congratulations to Prof. Chen Li for receiving the 2017 Research Progress Award. (May 2017) Read More

  • Congratulations to Dr. Benli Peng on his new publications at Int. J. of Heat and Mass Transfer.(Oct 2017) Read More

  • Congratulations to Mohammad Alwazzan on his new publications at Int. J. of Heat and Mass Transfer.(May 2017) Read More

  • Congratulations to Dr. Pengtao(Peter) Wang on his new publications at Int. J. of Heat and Mass Transfer.(April 2017) Read More

  • Congratulations to Prof. Chen Li for receiving 2017 Governors’ Young Researcher Award for Excellence in Scientific Research, SC state. (April 2017) Read More

  • Congratulations to Prof. Chen Li for receiving the 2017 Breakthrough Award (Mar 2017). Read More

  • Congratulations to Wenming Li on his new publications at Int. J. of Heat and Mass Transfer.(Dec 2017) Read More

  • Congratulations to Dr. Fanghao Yang our alumni for accepting a postition to be a scientific application engineer at Princeton Plasma Physics laboratory (August 2016). Read More

  • Congratulations to Prof. Chen Li for receiving the ASME ICNMM 2016 Outstanding Early Career Award (July 2016). Read More

  • Congratulations to Dr Xianming Dai recent graduate of our lab for accepting a faculty position at the University of Texas at Dallas (May 2016). Read More

  • Congratulations to Prof. Chen Li for receiving an ONR research grant project entitled “Bubble Dynamics in a Confined Domain”. This is a 3 year award for $ 448,000. Yan Tong of Computer Science is the Co-PI (April 2016 ). Read More

  • Congratulation to Prof. Chen Li for receiving a NASA EPSCoR grant for a project entitled “Explore a Unified Ultra-Efficient and Gravity-Insensitive Flow Boiling pattern for Space Applications”. This is funded at $ 749,998 and a matching fund of $ 375,000 for three years (June 2014). Read More

Welcome to Micro/nanoscale Transport Lab

Here at Micro/nanoscale Transport Lab, we conduct research in micro/nano-scale two-phase heat and flow physics, prediction, control and modeling. We aim at basic research in developing and verifying theories for two-phase transport behaviors and the application of these theories towards controlling two-phase heat and flows at micro/nano-scale. Micro/nanoscale Transport Lab is associated with the University of South Carolina, Department of Mechanical Engineering and works/runs under supervisions of Dr Chen Li as the principal investigator.