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Evan Lemley, Ph.D.
Evan Lemley, Ph.D., earned his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering with emphasis on thermal-fluid and nuclear systems from the University of Arkansas - Fayetteville. He serves as a professor of engineering and physics and an assistant dean in UCO's College of Mathematics and Science.
Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities
Lemley's research interests are in fluid dynamics, microfluidics and use of computational science to solve a wide range of problems.
Lemley has taught more than 15 courses at UCO. Currently, he teaches classes in mechanical engineering such as thermal systems design and fluid dynamics. He also is teaching in UCO's Master's in Computational Science such as Computational Science for Professionals I and II.
Education and Certifications
B.A. Physics - Hendrix College
M.S.M.E. - University of Arkansas
Ph.D. Engineering - University of Arkansas
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