Kamau Wright is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Hartford. He specializes in thermo-fluids and plasma engineering. His technical research interests include applications of high voltage plasma discharges to liquids and wastewaters; plasma decomposition of carbon dioxide; fouling prevention and mitigation for heat exchangers; oxidation of organic matter in water; and inactivation of bacteria using high voltage plasmas.
Prof. Milanovic is a professor of the mechanical engineering at the University of Hartford. Her area of expertise is thermo-fluids with research interests in vortical flows, computational fluid dynamics, multiphysics modeling, and collaborative learning strategies. Prof. Milanovic is a contributing author for more than 80 journal publications, NASA reports, conference papers and software releases. Dr. Milanovic is elected member of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering, and her honors include six NASA Faculty Fellowship Awards, The Bent Award for Scholarly Creativity, Award for Innovations in Teaching and Learning, and Outstanding Teacher Award of the University of Hartford.
Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Ave.
West Hartford, Ct 96117
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan
MSEE, BSEE, Texas A&M University
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