Field effect discontinuous phase transition induced by metal oxide nanoarray

Project: Field effect discontinuous phase transition induced by metal oxide nanoarray

Abstract: Discontinuous phase transition from liquid to plasma occurs in electrical field with huge gradient. Rational understanding of this fundamental physical phenomenon may reveal the mechanism of entropy change of liquid cooling media from metal oxide nanoarray discharging process. This project is critical for the design of next generation phase transition cooling system, which is believed capable of overcoming the thermal dissipating bottle-neck problem for VLSA manufacturing. Three physical process will be studied in detail: 1) convection and bubbling process by liquid discharge near nanoarray; 2) convection and bubbling process by temperature gradient near the interface between nanoarray and liquid cooling media; 3) theoretical description and controllability of heat flow during the heat transfer process by convection and bubbling.

Research team: 

Lead PI: Hou Zhong-yu, Associate Professor, Department of Microelectronics & Nanoelectronics, School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering 

Wang Zi, Assistant Professor, Department of Microelectronics & Nanoelectronics, School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering

Wang Yan-fang, Assistant Professor, Department of Microelectronics & Nanoelectronics, School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering

Liu Hai, Assistant Professor, Department of Microelectronics & Nanoelectronics, School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering

Fang Mao-bo, PHD Student, Department of Microelectronics & Nanoelectronics, School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering

Zhang Wei-dong, PHD Student, Department of Microelectronics & Nanoelectronics, School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering

Wang Bo, PHD Student, Department of Microelectronics & Nanoelectronics, School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering

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