Marco Marengo


Professor at the University of Brighton

Professor Marco Marengo from the University of Brighton is an invited senior research fellow at IN+.

The professor is a physicist devoted to engineering, and in particular to thermal engineering, with specific interests in heat and mass transfer, fluid mechanics, two-phase systems, heat pipes, liquid interfaces, physics of drops and sprays, surface wettability, CFD simulations and thermal simulations. His research is both experimental and numerical and spreads from classical topics such loop heat pipes and pool boiling to interdisciplinary fields, such as icing mitigation, drug drop interaction with the mucosa, microfluidics and micro-drop management, and space applications, such as satellite cooling and the development of new thermal devices for interplanetary exploration, such as Pulsating Heat Pipes.


M.Marengo@brighton.ac.uk

https://www.brighton.ac.uk/staff/prof-marco-marengo.aspx