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Mohammed Taha Ababneh

by Mohammed Taha Ababneh last modified 2009-10-15 10:59

Personal Information

       Name : Mohammed Taha Ababneh

*    Date of birth: April 3, 1982

*    Address: University of Cincinnati

     Department of Mechanical Engineering

     Micro-scale Heat Transfer Lab.

     2600 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45221 

*      E-mail:ababnemt@mail.uc.edu

 

Education

 

*    2008 - Present: PhD student and Research Assistant in

 

Mechanical Engineering Department at University of

 

 

 

Cincinnati.

 

*    2005 - 2007: Master degree in Mechanical Engineering

 

 

from JUST University with a Cumulative average (GPA=3.9).

 

 

o   Thesis: "Heat Transfer Optimization and Entropy

 

 

 

Generation Minimization to a Non-Spherical Drop

 

Suspended in an Electric Field".

 

*    2000 - 2005: graduated in B.Sc. degree in mechanical

 

engineering, specialize in thermal power, Jordan University

 

 

 

 

of science and technology (J.U.S.T).

 

 

o   Project: "Heating System for Poultry House Using

 

 

 

 

Fluidized Bed Boiler".

 

Publications


-          CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

 

*    Frank M. Gerner, et al., “Recent Advances in Micro-

 

Miniature Heat Pipes and Loop Heat Pipes for Electronics

 

Cooling,” 6th International Energy Conversion Engineering

 

Conference, July 28-30, 2008, Cleveland, Ohio.

 

*    Frank M. Gerner and Mohammed Ababneh, “Micro-scale

 

Heat Transfer and MEMS – Based Microelectronics Cooling

 

Devices,” DARPA Kick-off Meeting, April 18, 2008, Niskayuna,

 

New York.

 

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Mohammed Ababneh, et al., “Charging Station for DARPA

 

Thermal Ground Plane” 34th Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace

 

Sciences Symposium, March 3, 2009, Dayton, Ohio.

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

*      M. A. Hader, M. A. Jog and M. T. Ababneh "ENTROPY

 

GENERATION CALCULATIONS TO A NON-SPHERICAL DROP

 

SUSPENDED IN AN ELECTRIC FIELD". In Press.

 

Experiences

 

*    April 2008 - Present: Research Assistance in Micro-scale Heat Transfer Laboratory in Mechanical Engineering Department at University of Cincinnati.

*    August 2008- October 2008: Visiting Researcher in Device Integration Lab at General Electric Global Research Center, Niskayuna, NY.

*    October 2007- January2008: Part time instructor in College of Engineering at JUST University.

*    October 2005- August 2007: Worked as a teacher assistant (T.A.) in Jordan University of science and technology for six regular semesters.

*    September 2005 – September 2006: worked in a Program of engineering Training in Irbid Directorate for public works.

*    June 2005: participated in TEMPUS project in Stockholm– Sweden at KTH for renewable energy applications and efficient.