Affiliated Researchers: Thermodynamic Properties

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institute of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 12 search result(s) for Thermodynamic Properties.

Yi Wang


Research Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Phonons, Phonon, Thermodynamic Properties, Thermodynamic Property, Thermodynamics

Shunli Shang


Research Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Phonons, Phonon, Thermodynamics, Alloy, Density Functional Theory

Yvette Richardson


Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, College of Earth & Mineral Sciences
Top research keywords: Supercell, Tornado, Vorticity, Radar, Thunderstorm

Christopher Gorski


Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Top research keywords: Battery, Electrode, Clay, Ferric Oxide, Minerals

Benjamin Lear


Professor of Chemistry, Chemistry
Top research keywords: Mixed Valence, Ligands, Gold Nanoparticles, Electrons, Gold Nanoparticle

Long-Qing Chen


Hamer Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Ferroelectric Materials, Simulation, Domain Walls, Polarization, Phase Transitions

Brian Fronk


Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Microchannels, Heat Transfer, Condensation, Carbon Dioxide, Pressure Drop

Allison Beese


Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: 3D Printers, Austenitic Stainless Steel, Additive, Powders, Lasers

Ismaila Dabo


Corning Faculty Fellow Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Density Functional Theory, Electronic Structure, Transition Metals, Energy, Photocatalysts

Robert Rioux


Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Catalysts, Nanoparticles, Hydrogenation, Adsorption, Silica

Zi-Kui Liu


Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Thermodynamics, Alloy, Phonons, Thermodynamic Property, Thermodynamic Properties

Albert Segall


Professor, Engineering Science and Mechanics
Top research keywords: Hot Temperature, Wear, Temperature, Wear Of Materials, Thermal Shock