Rohan Amare graduated from Mumbai University with a Bachelors in Engineering, and is currently seeking a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Kansas State University.
He previously worked at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay as a Research Assistant where he was involved in the following projects:
- Thermal-hydraulic experiment of an advanced heavy water reactor
- CFD simulations to determine the swirl angle and efficiency of pump sumps
- CHF enhancement using Nanofluids and surface modification
Rohan is presently researching human thermal modeling with a focus to generate a computational human phantom complete with blood flow. The phantom will be used to simulate and study the human body and its thermal interactions with various environments.