Associate Professor, Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering Department, University of Tennessee
Assistant Professor, Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering Department, University of Tennessee
Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Fundamentals and innovative applications of energy transport and conversion (Heat transfer physics) - Multiscale, multiphysics simulations (ab initio, molecular dynamics, and meso or Boltzmann).
Thermal energy transport and conversion in nonequilibrium, heterostructures (interfaces, molecular junctions), graphene, and energy conversion devices.
Ph.D. (ME), 2013, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
MS (ME), 2008, Seoul National University
BS (ME), 2003, Seoul National University
- Member, ASME and MRS
- Member, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, University of Michigan, 2010-2013
- Journal and conference proceeding reviewer for Physical Review B (APS), AIP Advances (AIP), Nanoscale and Microscale Thermophysical Engineering (Taylor & Francis), Heat Transfer 2013, IMECE 2014 (ASME)
S. Shin, C. Melnick, and M. Kaviany, “Phonon recycling”, JSME Mechanical Engineering Reviews, 1, TEP0002-1-10, (2014).
S. Shin and M. Kaviany, “Entropy production in hot-phonon energy conversion to electric potential”, Journal of Applied Physics, 114, 083710-1-9 (2013).
S. Shin, C. Melnick, and M. Kaviany, “Heterobarrier for converting hot-phonon energy to electric potential”, Physical Review B, 87, 075317-1-6 (2013).
S. Shin and M. Kaviany, “Interflake thermal conductance of edge-passivated graphene”, Physical Review B, 84, 235433-1-8 (2011).
N. Sergueev, S. Shin, M. Kaviany, and B. Dunietz, “Efficiency of thermoelectric energy conversion in biphenyl-dithiol junctions: effect of electron-phonon interactions”, Physical Review B, 83, 195415-1-12, (2011).
S. Shin, and M. Kaviany, T. Desai and R. Bonner, “Roles of atomic restructuring in interfacial phonon transport”, Physical Review B, 82, 081302-1-4 (2010).
S. Shin, and M. Kaviany, "Enhanced laser cooling of CO2-Xe gas using (0200) excitation", Journal of Applied Physics, 106, 124910-1-6 (2009).