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Mark M. Weislogel


Mark Weislogel is a thermal and fluid dynamics researcher specializing in microscale thermal devices and fluids in small, complex geometric shapes. He has 10 years of aerospace experience with NASA, where he worked on microgravity capillary phenomena that played an important role in space flight experiments aboard the Space Shuttle, Russian Mir Space Station, and the International Space Station. He is currently a professor at Portland State University, where he leads a NASA co-sponsored program to send high altitude balloons with instruments to the edge of the atmosphere.

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