ME Professors and Grad Students to Present Six Papers at GRC'16 and ASME'16

POSTED ON: July 27, 2016


Prof. Robert Dell and Chih-Shing (Stan) Wei, along with three ME grad students, William Foley, Nicholas Mitchell, and Anthony Edward Morris, co-authored six different papers that were accepted to be published this coming fall. Two of them are for the GRC (Geothermal Resources Council) annual meeting happening in October, and four of them are for ASME IMECE happening in November. A list of the papers can be found here.

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