Weisensee receives ICNMM Outstanding Early Career Award

Patty Weisensee received the 2020 ASME International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (ICNMM) Outstanding Early Career Award

Beth Miller  
Patricia Weisensee

Patty Weisensee, assistant professor of mechanical engineering & materials science, received the 2020 American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (ICNMM) Outstanding Early Career Award.

 The award was presented during the closing awards session of the 2020 ASME 2020 18th International Conference, held jointly with ASME's Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting and the Summer Heat Transfer Conference, at a virtual meeting July 15.

 Weisensee, who joined the faculty of the McKelvey School of Engineering in 2017, was selected for her outstanding research contributions. Her research focuses on understanding the interplay of fluid dynamics, heat transfer and liquid-solid interactions of droplets and other multi-phase systems. In 2019, she received an early career research award from NASA.

 The award recognizes a researcher early in his or her career whose emerging work on mini scale, micro scale, or nano scale thermofluid phenomena and/or systems and represents an exceptional contribution to current and future directions of research in this field. The award is intended for early career researchers who have completed their graduate degree no more than 10 years prior and who are recognized by their peers as emerging leaders in their respective field of research.

The McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis promotes independent inquiry and education with an emphasis on scientific excellence, innovation and collaboration without boundaries. McKelvey Engineering has top-ranked research and graduate programs across departments, particularly in biomedical engineering, environmental engineering and computing, and has one of the most selective undergraduate programs in the country. With 165 full-time faculty, 1,420 undergraduate students, 1,614 graduate students and 21,000 living alumni, we are working to solve some of society’s greatest challenges; to prepare students to become leaders and innovate throughout their careers; and to be a catalyst of economic development for the St. Louis region and beyond.

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