Dr. Hsin Wang has built a distinguished career in Research and Development, with the scattering and thermophysics group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Wang attended New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, where he graduated with a MS and PhD in Ceramic Science. An expert in the field of transport properties and energy conversion materials, Dr. Wang is an active member of various international societies, including the American Ceramic Society, Materials Research Society, and the International Thermoelectric Society. In addition to his position at Oak Ridge, Dr. Wang was the organizer and leader of four international round-robin studies of bulk thermoelectrics, involving 14 laboratories across the globe. His scientific contributions have been recognized by numerous awards, including the NASA Space Act Award, the American Foundry Society Best Paper Award, and the 1st place winner of the American Ceramic Society Ceramagraphic Contest.
Most Cited Thermal Conductivity Works:
- Thermally conductive MgO-Filled Epoxy Molding Compounds
Wereszczak, A. A., Volante, C. N., Wang, H., Farris Jr., P. J., Wiles, R. H., Groele, R. J., Morrissey, T. G. 2013. Thermally conductive MGO-filled epoxy molding compounds. IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology, 3(12): 1994-2005.
- Thermal conductivity measurements of Kaolite
Wang, H. 2003. Thermal Conductivity Measurements of Kaolite. U.S. Department of Energy: 1-6.
- G-Plus report to Owens Corning thermal conductivity measurements of fiberglass
Wang, H., Wilkes, K., Dinwiddie, R.B. 2003. G-Plus report to owens corning thermal conductivity measurements of fiberglass. Industrial Technologies: 1-15.
Selection of work by Hsin Wang:
- Thermal Conductivity of IONSIV IE-911 Crystalline Silicotitanate and Savannah River Waste Simulant Solutions
Spencer, B.B., Wang, H., Anderson, K.K. 2000. Thermal Conductivity of Ionsiv IE-911 Crystalline Silicotitanate and Savannah River Waste Simulant Solutions. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Produced for US Department of Energy.
- Experimental and numerical study of the effective thermal conductivity of nano composites with thermal boundary resistance
Sun, C.T., Wang, H., Dinwiddie, R.B., Kothari, R. 2013. Experimental and numerical study of the effective thermal conductivity of nano composites with thermal boundary resistance. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 66: 823-829.
- Thermal Conductivity of Coated Paper
Wang, H., Kerr, L.L., Dinwiddie, R.B., Peterson, R.C., Pan, Y. 2009. Thermal Conductivity of Coated Paper. International Journal of Thermophysics, 30(2): 572-579.
- Shi, X., Yang, J., Salvador, J.R., Chi, M., Cho, J.Y., Wang, H., Bai, S., Yang, J., Zhang, W., Chen, L. 2011. Multiple-filled skutterudites: high thermoelectric figure of merit through separately optimizing electrical and thermal transports. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133 (20): 7837-7846.
- Shi, X., Kong, H., Li, C.P., Uher, C., Yang, J., Salvador, J.R., Wang, H., Chen, L., Zhang, W. 2008. Low thermal conductivity and high thermoelectric figure of merit in n-type Ba x Yb y Co 4 Sb 12 double-filled skutterudites. Applied Physics Letters, 92(18).