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Desheng Meng

Name

[Meng, Desheng]
  • Assoc Prof
  • Principle Investigator, MuSES Lab

Biography

Dennis Desheng Meng is currently an Associate Professor at the MAE Department of UT Arlington. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2005 along with the Outstanding Ph.D. Award. Dr. Meng is currently leading the Multi-Scale Energy Systems Laboratory (MuSES Lab) to work on various research projects related to scalable micro- and nanotechnology for energy, sustainability and biomedical applications. The research and education activities of MuSES Lab have been funded by NSF, ACS, US DoE, Michigan Tech and UT, resulting in papers published in ACS Nano, Soft Matter, JMM, Langmuir, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics etc., highlighted by "IOP select", "JMM Highlight of 2011" and "Top Ten most-read Soft Matter articles", and presented in top MEMS conferences such as IEEE-MEMS '10 and Transducers '09.

Professional Preparation

    • 2005 PhD in Mechanical Engineering (MEMS),  UCLA

Courses

      • ME 5390-005 Energy Technologies and Research Trends

        This course is offered to graduate and senior undergraduate students with engineering and science background to lead them into the exciting world of research and development for energy conversion and storage. New energy technology is expected to be the growth point of our economy and job market, as well as a most powerful means to confront the global energy/environmental crisis. This area has experienced tremendous growth since the past several decades. It is now well positioned to be a focus of research and higher education.   

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MAE 4301-005 Energy Technologies and Research Trends

        This course is offered to graduate and senior undergraduate students with engineering and science background to lead them into the exciting world of research and development for energy conversion and storage. New energy technology is expected to be the growth point of our economy and job market, as well as a most powerful means to confront the global energy/environmental crisis. This area has experienced tremendous growth since the past several decades. It is now well positioned to be a focus of research and higher education.   

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours