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Jay Gore
Purdue University

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Dr. Jay P. Gore is the Reilly Professor of Combustion Engineering and Director of the campus-wide Discovery Park Energy Center at Purdue University. He has served as the Associate Dean of Engineering for Research and Entrepreneurship between 2002 and 2007. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. from Penn State and Post Doctoral training from the University of Michigan. He is a Fellow of the ASME and the AIAA and has served as as an Associate Editor of the AIAA Journal and the ASME Journal of Heat Transfer. Jay also served as the Central States Section Chair and the US Technical Editor of the 26th International Combustion Symposium. He has received the 1988 Best Paper in Heat Transfer Literature Award from ASME, a Presidential Young Investigator Award from the NSF, a Japan Society for Promotion of Science faculty award for a sabbatical at Nagoya University, a USDOE faculty sabbatical award, and the 2007 employer of the year award from the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) for the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) program prior to being selected as the Jefferson Science and Technology Fellow for service at the US State Department. Areas of research are energy and its impact on climate change and the environment, combustion and radiation heat transfer; and applying fluid flow, heat and mass transfer computations and advanced sensing in biomedical sciences. He has authored/coauthored over 300 publications and directed the work of over 50 researchers.

 

Dr. Gore's selection as a Jefferson Science Fellow was featured on Purdue's University website. Read the article here.

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