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  • Limited Seating for October 31st CoolingZONE eConference Covering Breakthrough Pin Fin Heat Sinks and Best Practice in LED Thermal Characterization

    coolingZONE is kicking of a monthly eConference series starting October 31, 11AM-2PM. These webinar format, eLearning courses fit well for engineers who need to review and update their skills or for those engineers moving into a new position. This month two topics will be discussed. Dr. Satish Kandlikar of RIT will share his research on novel pin fin heat sinks designs with liquid cooling. ... details>>
  • Win an iPad at the CFD Modeling Challenge at coolingZONEs 2-Day Short Course on Thermal Management of Electronics in December

    You could be the winner of an iPad at the CFD Modeling Challenge, part of coolingZONE\'s 2-day Short Course, with partners Advanced Thermal Solutions and Future Facilities, December 3,4 in Boston, MA and December 6,7 in San Jose, CA. Early bird pricing saves attendees $300, but you must register by November 11 to use the discount! details>>
  • Why Cool Your Data Center with Air When You Can Use Oil?

    In using Oil, Green Revolution Cooling goes where no computer has gone before, or have they? Intel has tested this product and found it has merit, though the average SysAdmin may cringe at the thought. Is there oil in your future? details>>
  • Computers that Work on Heat Currents instead of Electricity? That\'s a possibility with New Research in Heat Flow Control for Future Nanoelectronics

    Tomi Ruokola, in his research at Aalto University, has performed a theoretical study of two types of mesoscopic heat transport devices. In his work, he has discovered that mesoscopic structures, being much larger than individual atoms but still small enough to exhibit some quantum-mechanical features, offer a versatile platform for studying thermal phenomena at reduced length scales. The result... details>>
  • Thermal Management: Not just for computers!

    With the start of a research project in thermal management of electric vehicles from Bosch, Daimler, Sitronic, coolingZONE considers the bigger picture in thermal management. What are the problems in thermal management of electric vehicles that need to be addressed? Can a system be created that ties in total vehicle thermal? What solutions have been considered in automotive thermal management... details>>
  • coolingZONE-12 eConference Preview: Dr. Robert Moffat Teaches on Improving Your Thermal Measurement and Analysis in Electronic Systems

    coolingZONE-12 Thermal Management of Electronics eConference is about the theory and the practice of thermal management and heat and energy transfer. We know you will gain new knowlege and increase your understanding based on the content coolingZONE-12 eConference has. Watch this video on "Improving Your Thermal Measurement and Analysis in Electronic Systems" from coolingZONE-11 for a preview... details>>
  • FAQ on coolingZONE-12 Thermal Management of Electronics eConference

    coolingZONE International Business and Technology Summit of Thermal Management of Electronics, our 12th annual yearly conference, is now moving to an eConference format on the web using live streaming. Our move is somewhat unusual but is really based on our being the most useful resource we can be to the thermal management and heat transfer community. And our attendees let us know loud and... details>>
  • coolingZONE-12 eConference Preview: Dr. Al Ortega Teaches on Design of Liquid Cooled Heat Sinks and Cold Plates

    coolingZONE-12 Thermal Management of Electronics eConference has a great program lineup. We don\'t think you\'ll want to miss out on the great information that that this eConference has as you'll learn about next generation challenges and solutions in thermal management of electronics. Watch this video from coolingZONE-11 for a preview of the kind of quality content you can expect at... details>>
  • CFD to Model The Cloud: a coolingZONE-12 Short Course with Future Facilities

    CFD for Data Centers seems to have been on the back burner in terms of attention, but is now gaining wider use as cloud computing drives data and applications off the desktop. In this coolingZONE-12 Short Course, August 28th, Chris Aldham explains the the thermal design of electronic systems with specific emphasis on the interaction between the system and its environment.rn details>>
  • Why Attending coolingZONE-12 is a Great Idea: from EE Times

    EE Times answers the questions on why attending coolingZONE-12 is a great idea. EE Times covered coolingZONE-11 and came away impressed. Read what they had to say then come join us at coolingZONE-12 to be part of "where the cool people are" details>>
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