The Microelectronics Heat Tranfer Laboratory was established in 1984 to meet the heat transfer needs of an evolving microelectronics community. We provided research services related to analytical modeling, materials characterization and experimental testing for a wide range of companies from start-ups to multi-nationals. Research projects in the MHTL were supported by both industry and government sources and included testing and characterization of thermal interface materials, modeling and testing of thermal electric devices for power generation and heat transfer, and modeling of microscale thermal processes. Please refer to the publications section of this site to see published studies and presentations.
We are also pleased to provide several calculators to assist in research and coursework.