Ransisi Huang wins best student consortium presentation award
Ph.D student, Ransisi Huang, won the Best Student Consortium Presentation Award for her presentation, 'Steady State Modeling and LCCP of Vapor Compression Systems/VapCyc Updates' out of 15 student presenters at the event. Sponsors provide feedback to the students and score their presentation on several categories, as well as comment on future research direction. Some made a point of saying that they’re looking forward to seeing the transition of VapCyc into a steady state/transient solver.
Ransisi earned her undergraduate degree in Energy Dynamic Systems from Wuhan University in Wuhan, and earned her Master's Degree in Thermal Engineering from Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China. Ransisi has been a member of the MOC Group since August 2016. Her adviser is Dr. Reinhard Radermacher.
“Oh my, that’s my name!” exclaimed Ms. Huang when Dr. Radermacher called out the award winner.
The consortium meetings are held semiannually and feature research presentations to sponsors by our students and faculty, feedback sessions, lab tours and networking events.
Dr. Radermacher, who is director of the Center for Environmental Energy Engineering, presented the award saying, “The sponsors’ feedback included complimentary comments on Ransisi’s confidence and subject matter knowledge, and the overall excellent qualities of her presentation.” He presented Ms. Huang with an engraved made-in-Maryland tankard to commemorate the event.
The consortium meetings are held semiannually and feature research presentations to sponsors by our students and faculty, feedback sessions, lab tours and networking events. Guests may take part in any meeting of which they are a member. The next meetings are scheduled for March 12-14, 2018.
Published October 16, 2017