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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Mechanical Engineering
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsRESEARCH EXPERTISE
♦ Package/Chip Level Thermal Management
Perform thermal and flow dynamics analysis for electronics cooling solutions;
BEOL/Thin film thermal modeling and analysis;
♦ MEMS-based Microfluidic Cooling Device Demonstration
Strong background in Microfluidic cooler design and fabrication using CAD design tools, CFD
modeling, and semiconductor processing or additive manufacturing.
♦ 3D Electronic Packaging Development
Thorough understanding of the Chip/Package Level and Wafer Level Processes development with 5
years of cleanroom experience: 3D system integration, embedded packaging.
♦ Topology optimization for advanced manifold flow delivery system
Perform code development for jet cooling manifold fluidic system
Marlene Helen Kennedy Wolfe
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Civil and Environmental Engineering
BioMarlene is a Postdoctoral Scholar with the Woods Institute for the Environment. Her research uses environmental engineering, microbiology, and epidemiology to address complex issues in WASH and child health. She has 10 years of experience working on WASH topics in low and middle income countries and emergencies, especially in East Africa. During her PhD, she focused on the development of new approaches to assess exposure to emerging infectious challenges and interventions to interrupt transmission with a focus on handwashing. At Stanford, Marlene focuses on the relationship between WASH infrastructure in communities and institutions and disease risk in the local environment. Marlene did her doctoral training in Environmental Health at Tufts University, and holds an MSc in Epidemiology from the the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a BA in Human Biology from Stanford University.