Components the size of a few atoms, known as quantum materials, can enhance how technology functions and manages its heat. However, little is known about how heat is emitted and exchanged in quantum materials in contrast with their more common counterparts, three-dimensional bulk materials. Sheila Edalatpour, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Maine, is studying how the emission of heat changes when the materials involved are quantum-sized, or when they are separated by a gap of the same size as one or multiple atoms.
Wolf, Marcus, "Edalatpour receives NSF CAREER Award to study thermal radiation in quantum materials and quantum-sized distances" (2021). General University of Maine Publications. 1222.
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