Dr. Todd Bandhauer
Director of Research, End Market, and Commercialization Hub CoLab
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Bandhauer has been a member of the Department of Mechanical Engineering since August 2013.
He has ~6 years of experience in industry (Modine Manufacutring Co.) and at a national laboratory (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) developing components for energy systems, and his work has resulted in 8 refereed conference and journal papers and 21 issued and pending patents.
He is the Director of the Research, End Market, and Commercialization Hub CoLab housed at the EECL, which currently includes 12 graduate and undergraduate students.
- Ph.D. 2011, Georgia Institute of Technology – Mechanical Engineering
- M.S. 2002, Iowa State University – Mechanical Engineering
- B.S. 1999, Iowa State University – Mechanical Engineering
- Thermal Energy Systems
- Coupled Electrochemical Thermal Phenomena in Energy Storage and Conversion Systems
- Microscale Phase Change Heat Transfer
- High Flux Thermal Management of Electronics and Lasers
- Thermal Activated Cooling Systems
- Waste Heat Recovery
- Nuclear Fuel Processing Systems
Honors and Awards
- 2012 – LLNL Computational Engineering Division Award, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
- 2011,2010,2009,2008,2007 – Sandia Graduate Research Fellowship, Sandia National Laboratories
- 2011 – Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Scholar, ARCS Foundation
- 2001 – Department of Defense Fellowship Finalist, Department of Defense
- 2000 – ASHRAE Grant-in-Aid Award, American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers
- 2000 – PACE Award, Iowa State University