Dr. Simone Mancin
Simone Mancin graduated with distinction in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Padova (2005) where he also gained the PhD on Industrial Engineering (Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer) (2009). He is Associate Professor at the Dept. of Management and Engineering of the University of Padova, where he teaches Applied Physics, Thermo-Fluid Dynamics, and Thermal Management of Electronic Devices. He is also Visiting Prof. at Brunel University London (UK) and Associate scientist at the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (IT).
In 2015, he founded the Nano Heat Transfer lab (NHT-lab), which is mainly focused on experimental and numerical analyses on nano-PCMs and nano-dispersions, optimized LTES, single and two-phase heat transfer in micro and nano structures, thermal management of CERN experiments and ITER, AI and additive manufacturing applied to thermal problems. At NHT, he developed a novel coating technique for surface functionalization that can be used for, among those, anti-fouling, anti-icing, enhanced heat transfer, and for medical applications. Recently, at in collaboration with Purdue University, we are exploring the next generation of optimized heat sinks for electronics thermal management via immersion cooling.
He is author and co-author of more than 175 paper scientific papers published in several peer-review International Journals and in Proceeding of National and International congresses; he acts as reviewer of several scientific international journals. He is associate editor of HEDH, Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science and Heat Transfer Research. He is also member of the Editorial board of International Journal of Thermofluids, and Heliyon.
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