Mechanical Engineering Heat Transfer Celebration -- April 3-5, 2003

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  Hawkins Memorial Lecture -- John Sununu
  Opening Remarks and Introduction -- E. Dan Hirleman & Martin Jischke  (5mb)

Hawkins Lecture -- The Engineer in the Public Policy Arena -- John Sununu  (30mb)

Post-Lecture Question and Answer Session  (26mb)

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Event Proceedings  (All files in Adobe Acrobat format)

The Legends of Purdue Heat Transfer
Brent W. Webb, Brigham Young University

Panel 1:  Contributions to Heat Transfer Research: Purdue and Beyond

Modeling of Solidification
Christoph Beckermann, University of Iowa

Phase Change Heat Transfer - A Review of Purdue Research
Vijay K. Dhir, University of California, Los Angeles

Characterization of Fine Particles Via Elliptically-Polarized Light Scattering
M. Pinar Mengüç, University of Kentucky

Smart Blending: Functional Fine-Scale Structures Formed by
Intelligent Agitations in Multi-Component Melts

D. A. Zumbrunnen, Clemson University

Panel 2:  Heat Transfer Education

Thermal System Design at the University of Kansas
Louis C. Burmeister, University of Kansas

Teaching Micro/Nanoscale Heat Transfer
Gang Chen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Heat Transfer Education: Integration of the Thermal Sciences Stem
David P. DeWitt, Purdue University & Richard S. Figliola, Clemson University

Heat Transfer on Planetary Scales
Robert G. Watts, Tulane University

Panel 3:  Emerging Areas

AFM Imaging of Biological Membranes: Optimal Operation and Data
Interpretation Through Understanding of Transport Phenomena

Tai-Hsi Fan & Andrei G. Fedorov, Georgia Institute of Technology

Nanoscale Mass Transport in Liquids
Arun Majumdar, University of California

Funding Trends for Basic Research in Heat Transfer: A National Science Foundation Perspective
Richard N. Smith, National Science Foundation

Transport Issues in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
C. Y. Wang, Pennsylvania State University