MABE Associate Professor Trevor Moeller has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), a prestigious honor given to ASME members who have been responsible for significant engineering achievements, had no less than ten years of active practice in their respective field, and at least ten years of active corporate membership in the society. There are currently 3,456 named Fellows out of the over 85,000 ASME members.
Moeller is director of the Computational and Experimental Aerospace Research Lab located at the UT Space Institute in Tullahoma. His research interests include high-temperature gases, high-speed flows, rocket propulsion, electric propulsion thruster diagnostics, and developing and modeling probes for high-enthalpy flows.
His work has been published in a number of high-quality peer-reviewed journals including Physics of Plasma, AIAA Journal, Journal of Propulsion and Power, and Journal of Computational Physics.
In 2019, Moeller was awarded the Jack D. Whitfield Professorship from UTSI. His honors and awards include the Tickle College of Engineering’s 2017 Charles and Julie Wharton Teaching Fellow Award for his superior teaching, an AIAA Tennessee Section Special Award for outstanding student advising and mentoring, and selection as a 2017 Faculty Fellow in the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Fellowship Program.
For more information ASME Fellows: https://www.asme.org/about-asme/honors-awards/fellows
For more information on Moeller’s research: http://cear.utsi.edu/