Welcome to the Multiscale Thermal Engineering Laboratory [MTEL]
Since 2004, our group has addressed thermal engineering challenges and looked at various problems related to the multiphase heat and mass transfer. Indeed, our work combines theory, multiscale/multiphysics simulations, fundamental experiments to solve practical problems. Recently, our research topics are multiscale interface phenomena during evaporation of binary mixture droplets(supported by NRF), scale-up analysis of ballistic-polaritonic energy transport (supported by BRL with KAIST and SKKU), combined heat transfer simulation of semi-conductor electrostatic chuck (supported by KEIT), gas-bearing system design of the Stirling cooler (supported by MSS), and other research projects. For more in-depth information on our research, please see our publications and lab introduction.