UNR Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Aditya Nair wins DOE Early Career Award
University of Nevada, Reno, announced Mechanical Engineering Professor Aditya Nair won the Department of Energy Early Career Award. The project, funded with a $749,034 Early Career Research Program grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, ultimately could help engineers harness maximum performance through intelligent design.
The DOE Early Career Research program, now in its thirteenth year, is designed to bolster the nation’s scientific workforce by providing support to exceptional researchers during crucial early career years when many scientists do their most formative work. Awardees were selected from a large pool of university- and national laboratory-based applicants.
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“Physical system A, physical system B, both of those systems behave in different ways — how are they actually going to talk to each other?” Nair said.
His research project, “Network-based simulations of coupled multi-physics systems,” seeks to establish a computational framework that models how physical systems “talk” to each other on a graph dynamical system.
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