Hamid Hadim

Dr. Hadim’s research involves thermal transport in micro/nano systems, sustainable energy systems, innovative microelectronics cooling techniques, multi-disciplinary design and optimization in electronics and MEMS packaging and thermal convection and fluid dynamics in porous media.

He is working with Professor Chassapis towards advancement of the Clean Energy Institute, thanks to recent funding from the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology NJCST. Dr. Hadim is also an integral part of the interdisciplinary team of professors that has been awarded $2.365 million to conduct research for a US ARMY Research, Development and Engineering Command-Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (RDECOM-ARDEC) National Small Arms Center (NSAC) Task Order Sub-Agreement (TOSA), titled “A Standalone/Networked Compact, Low Power, Imagefused, Multi-spectrum Sensor System for Target Acquisitions, Tracking and Fire Control.”

Dr. Hadim is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE). He is a recipient of the Alexander Humphreys Distinguished Teaching Award, Stevens Institute of Technology, the Jess H. Davis Memorial Research Award, NSF travel grant to participate in NSF-sponsored workshop titled:"Frontiers in Transport Phenomena Research & Education: Energy Systems, Security, IT and Nanotechnology," University of Connecticut, the Dean's Recognition for Excellence in Teaching, Stevens Institute of Technology, and the recipient of Stevens Research Initiation Grant.