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Jamieson M Brechtl

Associate R&D Staff Member

Dr. Brechtl is currently an Associate R&D staff member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. In 2019 he earned his doctorate in Energy Science and Engineering from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville where he was awarded the Chancellor’s Citation for Extraordinary Professional Promise. Since working at the lab, Dr. Brechtl has contributed to various research and development projects such as additively manufactured ceramics, advanced frost sensors, carbon capture, heat pump water heaters, irradiation effects, magnetocaloric refrigeration, novel heat exchangers, phase change materials, pool boiling, and ultrasonic dehumidification. He has coauthored over 50 journal articles, multiple technical reports and conference papers, and 2 book chapters, coedited a book on high entropy materials, and has 3 invention disclosures. He has also presented at multiple engineering conferences such as The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society Annual Meeting and The Materials Science & Technology Technical Meeting and Exhibition and is a current member of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society.