Miguel Amaya, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer and ME Undergraduate Advisor
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington (1997)
M.S. Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington (1988)
B.S. Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington (1986)
Areas of Expertise: Two-phase heat and mass transfer - boiling, evaporation, wetting.
Background: Prior to re-joining UTA, Dr. Amaya was involved for several years in designing and building automation and overseeing its implementation in manufacturing. He returned to UTA in 2007 as an MAE adjunct instructor to teach undergraduate courses. Soon after he also begin working in two-phase heat transfer as a research associate at the Micro-scale Heat Transfer Laboratory. His interests remain in this area and in its various applications such as electronics cooling, power generation and desalination. Dr. Amaya also has experience in numerical modelling.
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