Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Binghamton University, State University of New York
At Binghamton University, Scott’s research is at the intersection of heat transfer, energy and additive manufacturing. Scott has received support from the NSF, SRC, NYSERDA and IEEC. Scott is a 2019 NSF CAREER Recipient in the Thermal Transport Processes program.
Prior to joining the faculty at Binghamton University in January 2016, Scott was a postdoctoral associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he worked on energy-efficient adsorption refrigeration with Prof. Evelyn Wang, and heat transfer applications of nanomaterials and additive manufacturing with Prof. Anastasios John Hart.
In 2014, Scott received his PhD in mechanical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, working in the area of experimental nanoscale heat transfer with Prof. Jonathan A. Malen. In 2010, Scott was awarded a Steinbrenner Institute Research Fellowship.
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