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Microscale Ionic Wind for Local Cooling Enhancement

By David B Go

Purdue University

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David Go received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 2001 and his M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Cincinnati in 2004. David was a design and analysis engineer at G.E. Aviation (formerly G.E. Aircraft Engines) in Evendale, OH, where he also graduated from the Edison Engineering Development Program. David is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University, co-advised by Professors Timothy S. Fisher and Suresh V. Garimella. David’s research focuses on scaling down ionic winds for electronics cooling applications and he has contributed 2 archival journal publications (published or in review) and 3 papers to conference proceedings. Additionally, David conducted electronics cooling research at Intel Corporation during the summer of 2007. David’s research interests include microscale ion transport and ion/fluidic interactions, multi- scale/multi-physics modeling, micro/nanoscale thermal phenomena, and energy conversion.

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  • David B Go (2007), "Microscale Ionic Wind for Local Cooling Enhancement," http://nanohub.org/resources/3358.

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