Welcome to the Multiscale System Analysis Laboratory (MSAL), where researchers analyze systems of different length and time scales. The majority of our research is in computational analysis of energy systems, especially thermal-fluid systems. The laboratory was founded in 2008 and continues to grow with new projects and new directions in ongoing research. Our current research areas are:

  • Creation of modeling tools for improving the energy efficiency of data centers
  • Assessing the viability of developing environmental food labeling in dining facilities
  • Development of models for nano-enhanced thermal storage material properties

 

Latest News

LATFS is now part of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center onEnergy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2).

Latest News

LATFS is now part of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center onEnergy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2).

Latest News

LATFS is now part of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center onEnergy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2).

Latest News

LATFS is now part of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center onEnergy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2).

MSAL is now part of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center
(I/UCRC) on Energy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2).

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News

Congratulations to Felipe Valenzuela, who received an internship with IBM.

Congratulations to Sebastian Araya, who received an internship with SalesForce.

Congratulations to Rehan Khalid on the birth of his son, Mustafa!

Congratulations to Aaron Wemhoff, who was elected an ASME Fellow. 

Congratulations to Faisal Ahmed, who won the College of Engineering Outstanding Masters Student Medallion! This is the top MS graduate in the college.

Sebastian Araya and Carol Caceres presented their work at the 2018 ITherm conference.

 

Multiscale Systems Analysis Laboratory

Director

Dr. Aaron Wemhoff

Aaron P. Wemhoff, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Director, NSF I/UCRC in Energy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2)