David C. Deisenroth receives the Outstanding Paper Award at ITherm 2020!
David Deisenroth is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He completed his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at University of Maryland in 2018. His doctoral research focused on high-speed imaging and thermography of experimental two-phase flows for high heat flux electronics cooling. Currently, he is applying is experience in experimental and computational fluid flow and heat transfer to the Additive Manufacturing Metrology Testbed (AMMT) at NIST. His research focuses on measurement of shield gas flow, time-resolved reflected laser power, emittance, and temperature of laser-induced meltpools in metal laser powder bed fusion.