I obtained my PhD in 2017, in Mechanical Engineering. After 13 years of academic and industrial engineering experiences, I joined Staffordshire university in UK.
I was involved in different industrial projects and conducted various research projects for R&D departments of different international companies e.g. DLR-institute of solar research (Germany), SOLASTOR (Australia) and etc.
Since 2013 I have been actively involved in the design and optimisation of new technologies and devices in the fields of renewable energy (solar thermal technologies in particular), thermal energy storage, and multiphase-based (including nanofluid) heat sinks. In that regard, I have published 55 articles in top peer-reviewed journals and prestigious conference proceedings, one book, two book chapters and a webinar in collaboration with different research institutes and companies around the world including: Imperial College London (UK), The University of Edinburgh (UK), University of Nottingham (UK), DLR-institute of solar research (Germany), SOLASTOR (Australia), University of Clarkson (USA), National Technical University of Athens (Greece), University of Pretoria (South Africa) and etc.
I actively contributed in proposal writing, securing research grants and technical management and delivery of over £1.6m funded projects in aformentioned fields with over £285k attributed to his institutions, in combined.