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Paul Chevalier

Adjunct Faculty
Office
OSS 228
Hours
By Appointment
Phone
651-962-5750
Mail
OSS 100
2115 Summit Ave
St. Paul MN 55105

Interests and Expertise:

  • Solving industrial heat transfer and fluid flow problems.
  • Enhancement of catheter-based medical therapies through the use of predictive modeling.
  • Enhancing the acceleration capabilities of vehicles powered by internal combustion engines.

Career Highlights:

I spent the first five years of my career working in Finance for Medisys, Inc. and United Healthcare, Inc. before returning to school to study engineering.  The beginning of my engineering career ( five years) was spent solving heat transfer and fluid flow problems as applied to the cooling of ship and air-based radar systems.  This included the design of custom coldplates that were manufactured using oven brazing and friction-stir welding.  I then spent the next seven years working for two medical device companies, one that focused on providing products that help maintain normothermia during surgery, while the other company provided immunoassay diagnostic reagents and hardware.  I currently (four years) solve industrial heat transfer and fluid flow problems across an array of industries including medical, aerospace, analytics, and manufacturing.

Education:

Master of Science Mechanical Engineering - University of Minnesota, 2008

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering - University of Minnesota, 2001

Certificate in Business Management - Minnesota School of Business, 1989

Spring 2018 Courses

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