Dr. Yogesh Jaluria is Board of Governors Professor and Distinguished Professor at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. His research work is in the field of thermal science and engineering, covering areas like convection, fires, materials processing, thermal management of electronics, energy, and optimization of thermal systems. He is the author/co-author of ten books and editor/coeditor of thirteen conference proceedings, eight books, and seven special issues of archival journals. He has contributed over 500 technical articles, including over 210 in archival journals. He received the prestigious 2007 Kern Award from AIChE, the 2003 Robert Henry Thurston Lecture Award from ASME, and the 2002 Max Jakob Memorial Award, the highest international recognition in heat transfer, from ASME and the AIChE. He received the 2000 Freeman Scholar Award, the 1999 Worcester Reed Warner Medal and the 1995 Heat Transfer Memorial Award all from ASME. He has served as Department Chairman and as Dean of Engineering. He was the Editor of the Journal of Heat Transfer (2005-2010), and Computational Mechanics (2003-2005). He has served as Conference Chairman for several conferences and has presented many invited Keynote and Plenary lectures. He is an Honorary Member of ASME, a Fellow of AAAS and APS, an Associate Fellow of AIAA and member of other professional societies. He was the President of the American Society of Thermal and Fluids Engineers during 2014-19.
Yogesh JaluriaBoard of Governors Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
School of Engineering
Energy Flow in Nature; Global Climate Change; Natural Phenomena: From Weather to Earthquakes; Building and Forest Fires; Advanced and Emerging Materials; Data Centers