Fisher, Timothy Scott

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Innovations

Innovation Title Categories Lead Inventor
Enhancement of Soft Thermal Interface Materials with Carbon Nanotube Arrays
64091
  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Mechanical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Contact Metallization of Vertical Carbon Nanotubes
64727
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
  2. Electrical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Electrothermal Interface Material Enhancer on Thin Flexible Substrates
65223
  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Chemical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Cotton Used as Base for Growth of Graphene
2015-FISH-67072
  1. Mechanical Engineering
  2. Materials and Manufacturing
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Multicomponent Metal Oxide Nanoneedles as Pseudocapacitor Electrodes
2015-FISH-67154
  1. Mechanical Engineering
  2. Electrical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Surround Gating of Vertical Carbon Nanotube Arrays
65259
  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Micro & Nanotechnologies
Sands, Timothy D.
Method to Bond Carbon Nanotube Arrays to Glass
64857
  1. Electrical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Mircroscale Ion Wind Engine
64657
  1. Electrical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Doping of Carbon Nanotubes Enhances Electrical and Thermal Interface Conduction
65305
  1. Electrical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Solar-Powered Refrigeration
65971
  1. Mechanical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Li-ion Battery Cathode Optimization
65730
  1. Mechanical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott
Body Fluid Component Electrochemical Biosensor
65262
  1. Biomedical Engineering
  2. Medical/Health
Porterfield, David Marshall
Thermal and/or Electrical Contact Conduction Enhancer
64658
  1. Electrical Engineering
Fisher, Timothy Scott

Details

Dr. Timothy Fisher is the former James G. Dwyer Professor of Mechanical Engineering, a Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics by courtesy, and the Director of the Nanoscale Transport Research Group at Purdue University. Dr. Fisher is now a Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at UCLA. Dr. Fisher received his B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University. He was named a Purdue University Faculty Scholar, 2009 to 2014. His research interests include nanoscale energy transport and conversion, synthesis of nanomaterials, cooling of microelectronics, and microfluidics.

For additional information, visit Dr. Timothy Fisher's UCLA Nanoscale Transport Research Group website: http://www.nanotransportgroup.com/