Speaker: Prof. Kamel Hooman, The University of Queensland, Australia
Date: November 6, 2015
Time: 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Location: Meeting room, 4th floor, Dongpei Building, Qianfoshan Campus
Sponsor: the School of Energy and Power Engineering
Prof. Kamel Hooman completed his Ph.D. at The University of Queensland, for which he received a Dean's Award for Research Higher Degree Excellence and an Emerald Engineering Award (Outstanding Doctoral Research). Kamel is currently a professor at The University of Queensland. He is the director of Queensland Geothermal Energy Centre of Excellence (QGECE), where he leads a large group working on renewable power generation with a particular emphasis on concentrated solar thermal and geothermal power.
Prof. Kamel Hooman has a strong research record in the field of heat transfer and energy. He is recognized worldwide for his work on heat exchangers, which are essential technology for power generation and energy management. In September 2015, Prof. Kamel successfully organized a big international conference, the 17th IAHR International Conference on Cooling Tower and Heat Exchanger. He has published 2 chapters in books, 2 patents, 80 refereed journal papers and 20 refereed conference papers. He is involved in the Editorial Board of 6 international journals and serves as a reviewer for more than 25 international journals.
In his presentation, Prof. Kamel Hooman will share us the cooling tower research in his group, including the research scopes, high-tech facilities, the novel findings and beyond.
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