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Communicating the Value of Thermal-Fluids Research to a Diverse Audience

Pamela M. Norris

Thermal and Fluids Engineering Summer Conference, August, 2015, New York City

After receiving her Ph.D. from Georgia Tech in 1992 and completing post-doctoral studies at UC Berkeley, Dr. Norris joined the faculty at UVa in 1994, where she founded both the Nanoscale Energy Transfer Lab and the Aerogel Research Lab. She holds patents for applications of aerogels in areas ranging from biological warfare detection, to lab-on-a-chip, to thermal insulation, along with patents for innovative thermal management techniques for jet-blast deflectors. Norris has served as the PI or Co-PI on over 45 sponsored research projects representing well over $25M from DOD, NSF, Industry and Foundations. She is Fellow of ASME and also chairs the ASME Long Range Directions and Issues in Heat Transfer Committee.

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