Virtual Conference: November 1 – 5, 2021
Dr. Troy Munro is an assistant professor at BYU since 2016. He received a concurrent BS/MS from Utah State University in 2012 and a dual PhD from Utah State University and KU Leuven in 2016 in both Mechanical Engineering and Physics. His background is in thermal property measurement technique development, optical fiber-based laser furnace for high temperature thermal property measurements, and fluorescence thermometry. His research is focused on in situ thermal property measurements, DNA melt curve analysis via fluorescent thermometry, neutron detection, thermal transport in molten salts.