S. M. Sohel Murshed

University of LisbonPortugal

Dr. S. M. Sohel Murshed is a professor of Thermofluids and Energy Conversion Technologies at Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) of the University of Lisbon, Portugal. He obtained his PhD degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Nanyang Technological University of Singapore in 2007. Previously, he worked as postdoctoral fellow at universities in Singapore and the USA. He has so far authored/coauthored 7 books, 20 book chapters, and more than 125 papers in leading international journals and conferences. He has Google Scholar Citations of 4548 with h-index of 26 and several of his papers have been classified as highly cited papers by ISI Web of Science. He is a Portugal national delegate to the management committee of a European COST action on nanofluids and also serves as a group leader of the Action. He is an Editor of Journal of Nanofluids since 2012 and is an Associate Editor of Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (Springer). He is also board member of few other international journals. His main research interests include nanofluids, ionanofluids, micro- and nanoscale heat transfer, thermophysical properties of fluids, nanomaterials-fluids systems, heat exchangers, microfluidics, advanced energy, and cooling technologies.

4books edited

7chapters authored

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Featuring contributions from the renowned researchers and academicians in the field, this book covers key conventional and emerging cooling techniques and coolants for electronics cooling. It includes following thematic topics: - Cooling approaches and coolants - Boiling and phase change-based technologies - Heat pipes-based cooling - Microchannels cooling systems - Heat loop cooling technology - Nanofluids as coolants - Theoretical development for the junction temperature of package chips. This book is intended to be a reference source and guide to researchers, engineers, postgraduate students, and academicians in the fields of thermal management and cooling technologies as well as for people in the electronics and semiconductors industries.

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