coolingZONE 14 Archive: Liquid Cooling at the Rack and Server Level
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Dr. Alfonso Ortega, Ph.D.
James R. Birle Professor of Energy Technology
Associate Vice President for Research and Graduate Programs
Site Director, NSF I/UCRC in Energy-Smart Electronic Systems
Dr. Dereje Agonafer, Ph.D.
Jenkins Garrett Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Site Director of NSF IUCRC in Energy Efficient Systems
Director of Electronics, MEMS and Nanoelectronic Systems Packaging Center
Professor of Electronic packaging, heat transfer, thermal engineering
University of Texas at Arlington
A coolingZONE 14 technical webinar rebroadcast
Liquid cooling in data centers and other room-scale electronic systems is gaining widespread attention because it can enable thermal management at much higher rack power density compared to air-cooled systems. Dr. Ortega and Dr. Agonafer will present on their team's research in liquid cooling at the server/rack level for data center cooling. Topics will include introductions to (i.) single phase pumped system design considerations, (ii.) two-phase pumped systems, (iii) two-phase thermosyphon systems, and (iv) liquid immersion systems. Dr. Ortega is the Director of the Laboratory for Advanced Thermal Fluid Systems at Villanova University and Villanova's Associate Vice President for Research and Graduate Programs. Dr. Agonafer is the Director of the Electronics MEMS and Nanoelectronics Systems Packaging Center at UT-Arlington. Drs. Ortega and Agonafer are co-PI’s in the NSF Center for Energy Smart Electronic Systems (ES2).