Garimella, Suresh V

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Innovation Title Categories Lead Inventor
Microchannel Heat Sink with Means for Local and Global Heat Transfer Enhancement
64046
  1. Electrical Engineering
Garimella, Suresh V
Functionalized Sponges for Rapid and Robust Oil-Water Separation
2016-WEIB-67262
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
  2. Green Technology
Weibel, Justin A
Free-Particle Boiling Enhancement Technique
66114
  1. Mechanical Engineering
Garimella, Suresh V
Impedance-Based Gas Detector Microchannels
2014-GARI-66626
  1. Medical/Health
  2. Micro & Nanotechnologies
Garimella, Suresh V
Method to Bond Carbon Nanotube Arrays to Glass
64857
  1. Electrical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Reversibility of the Cassie-Wenzel Transition on Superhydrophobic Surfaces
65596
  1. Micro & Nanotechnologies
Garimella, Suresh V
Mircroscale Ion Wind Engine
64657
  1. Electrical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Microfluidic Pumping Based on Dielectrophoresis
64851
  1. Electrical Engineering
Garimella, Suresh V
Piezoelectric Resonant Devices with Integrated Sensors
60061
  1. Electrical Engineering
Raman, Arvind
Micropump for High Heat Flux Cooling
62091
  1. Electrical Engineering
Garimella, Suresh V

Details

Dr. Suresh Garimella is the Executive Vice President for Research and Partnerships and Goodson Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University, and the Director of the Cooling Technologies Research Center (CTRC), an Industry/University Cooperative Research Center of the National Science Foundation. Dr. Garimella received his B.S. from the Indiana Institute of Technology Madras, M.S. from The Ohio State University, and Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. In 2017, Dr. Garimella was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors; he received the 2017 Leadership in Open Access Award from the Purdue Libraries. He received the 2016 ITHERM Achievement Award, the 2014 ASME Charles Russ Richards Memorial Award, among many other awards. His areas of expertise include microscale and nanoscale transport phenomena, thermal management and energy efficiency in electronic systems, renewable and sustainable energy systems technology and policy, and global academic public/private partnerships.

For additional information, visit Dr. Garimella's Purdue webpage: https://engineering.purdue.edu/CTRC/Garimella_website/Garimella_homepage.php
or the Cooling Technologies Research Center (CTRC) website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/CTRC/