Editor Name: Manas Pathak
University: University of Utah
Manas Pathak is currently PTD Module Integration and Yield Engineer at Intel Corporation. Prior to his current job, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Energy & Geoscience Institute (EGI), University of Utah. From August 2013 to December 2016, Manas Pathak has been a Research Assistant in Department of Chemical Engineering and an EGI fellow at the University of Utah. He has finished Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering along with an M.S. in Chemical Engineering in December 2016. He has a Master’s degree in Applied Geology from IIT(ISM), Dhanbad in India. While working towards his Masters and Ph.D. degrees, he has been an intern at Idaho National Lab (INL), University of Utah, Kansas State University, University of Glasgow, Herit-age Oil Ltd. During his internship assignments, he has worked in a collaborative research in various areas ranging from carbon sequestration to Optically Stimulated Luminescence Da-ting. Recent work focused on the use of nanotechnology for applications in the energy sector. His Ph.D. thesis has been on understanding fluid thermodynamic and transport properties at the nanoscale by use of techniques like molecular modeling, thermogravimetric analysis, dif-ferential scanning calorimetry, lab-on-a-chip, liquid TEM and nanofluidics.