Nevin Brosius received the University of Florida International Center’s Research Abroad for Doctoral Students (RAD) Award on Nov. 15.
Brosius studies the dynamics of fluid interfaces and applications in microgravity-based heat transfer under the supervision of Dr. Ranga Narayanan. His project involves extensive collaborations with international researchers in France and Japan.
The (RAD) program provides support to doctoral candidates in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines to conduct an extended period of their dissertation research at a foreign laboratory or field-site. These research programs are initiatives of the UF International Center’s (UFIC) Office for Global Research Engagement.