Haim H. Bau

Professor
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics (MEAM)

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Honors and Awards:  Fellow of the ASME, Presidential Young Investigator Award - 1984, ASME-Heat Transfer Division Best Paper Award - 1982

Research Expertise: Computational Mechanics | Fluid Mechanics | Mechanics of Materials

Haim's current research interests are in nano- and macro-fluidics, with applications in biology and medicine. His lab has developed means for the directed positioning of individual molecules, and the study of their mechanical and electrical properties. They have also developed methods to transport liquids and particles through nanopipes. They are working on carbon nanopipe-based devices for cell surgery, and are constructing laboratories on chips for disease detection at the point of care.

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Education:
PhD Mechanical Engineering 1980 - Cornell University
MS Mechanical Engineering 1973 - Technion in Haifa Israel
BS Mechanical Engineering 1969 - Technion in Haifa Israel

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