Nanoscale Thermal Transport
This session will focus on experimental, theoretical, and computational characterization of thermal transport in nanoscale materials and devices. Talks are invited that address the fundamental issues of energy transport at the nanoscale as well as the practical applications. The fundamental issues of interest include ballistic phonon transport, scattering of phonons by system boundaries, thermal resistance at an interface between different components of a nanoscopic system, and coupled heat and momentum transfer at the nanoscale. The examples of applications include semiconductor devices, micro- and nanoelectromechanical systems, nanocomposites, nanofluids, and biological systems.
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