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Dr. Milind A. Jog Elected Fellow of ASME



Dr. Milind Jog

Dr. Milind A. Jog has been elected Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Election to Fellow signifies outstanding engineering achievements and contributions to the mechanical engineering field that have broad and long-lasting impact. This honor, bestowed upon less than 3% of the ASME members, has been given to Dr. Jog in recognition of his internationally renowned research contributions in liquid atomization, plasma heat transfer, interfacial phenomena and heat transfer enhancement; his distinguished contributions to engineering education and student mentoring; and his professional leadership in thermal science with proactive participation in ASME and ILASS that includes conference chairmanships, workshop organization, and journal editorships. 

Dr. Jog joined the faculty of the University of Cincinnati in 1993 after receiving his Ph. D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He has received numerous research and teaching awards including NSF Research Initiation Award (1994), NSF CAREER Award (1998), UC Faculty Achievement Award (1997), UC College of Engineering Research Award for Young Faculty (2000), BP-Amoco Faculty Excellence Award (2001), Robert Hundley Award for Excellence in Teaching (2004), Sigma Xi Outstanding Investigator Award (2004), and College of Engineering Master Engineering Educator Award (2007) and (2011). His research has been supported by organizations such as NSF, NASA, NRC, NIH, AFRL, Parker Hannifin, GE, Ohio Aerospace Institute, and Shaw Environmental. Dr. Jog serves as the Regional Editor (North America) of the Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer and has served as the Guest Editor of the ASME Journal of Heat Transfer. Dr. Jog has co-authored an advanced textbook (Advanced Thermodynamics Engineering, 2nd Edition, CRC Press, 2011). Earlier this year he was elected to the Fellows of the Graduate School of the University of Cincinnati.