University Logo
       Nano-Micro Thermal Group







The Nano-Micro Thermal Group is pursing research in the areas of  additive manufacturing, thermal metrology, and energy storage.  

The lab was started in January 2016 by Scott N. Schiffres (Principal Investigator).  

Schiffres Lab Photo

Scott recently received an NSF CAREER award for a project titled "Intermetallic Interfacial Thermal Transport for Advanced Electronics Manufacturing".

Our lab recently received SRC funding in collaboration with Prof. Bahgat Sammakia and Prof. SB Park.

Our research on direct laser metal printing onto silicon has been featured in several trade publications: ACM, Electronics Cooling, Network World, Electropages, RackSolutions.

Congrats to Arad and Matthias for their just-accepted Additive Manufacturing paper titled "Additive Laser Metal Deposition onto Silicon"

Welcome to our two newest lab members Renee from UMBC (NSF Energy REU), and Ashlee from BU (NSF LSAMP)

Congrats to Arad on his NSF-funded SFF Symposium travel award

Congrats to Rebecca for her NSF S-STEM Scholarship.

September 2017: Congrats to Matthias for winning 2nd best poster, and Rebecca and Morteza for winning runner up, at the Electronics Packaging Symposium at GE Global Research.

August 2017: Welcome to new members: Yingchun, Jacob, and Tony.

April 2017: Congrats to Matthias for receiving an NSF S-STEM Scholarship

March 2017: Additive manufacturing tour for Vestal, NY teachers

Feb 2017: University Mall Day - additive manufacturing demonstration for the community

Feb 2017: Engineering Week Outreach additive manufacturing demonstration

Sept 2016: Arad starts as a PhD student, and Matthias starts a master student.

July 2016: Ibrahima presenting poster at McNair Undergraduate Research Conference, Niagara Falls, NY

July 2016: Lab receives grant from Integrated Electronics Engineering Center to study metal-metal defects during simulated processing and aging

January 2016: Alessio and Morteza start as PhD students at Binghamton, and join the lab.

January 2016: Scott moves to Binghamton.
Department of Mechanical Engineering