Ranjan Ganguly, PhD
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Building & Room:
842 West Taylor Street, MC 251, Chicago, IL 60607
Wettability engineering for heat and mass transfer applications
Capillary-driven surface microfluidics
Magnetic microspheres for microfluidic biosensor applications
Thermomagnetic transport involving ferrofluids
Ferrofluid application for magnetic drug targeting and magnetic fluid hyperthermia
Energy and exergy analysis of power plant systems
Heat transfer and combustion engineering
- Morrissette, J.M., Mahapatra, P.S., Ghosh, A., Ganguly, R., Megaridis, C.M., “Rapid, self-driven liquid mixing on open-surface microfluidic platform,” Scientific Reports, Articles in Press, 2017.
- Das, P.K., Islam, N., Santra, A.K., Ganguly, R., “Experimental investigation of thermophysical properties of al2o3–water nanofluid: role of surfactants,” Journal of Molecular Liquids, Articles in Press, 2017
- Zhang, B. J., Ganguly, R., Kim, K.J., Lee, C.Y., “Control of pool boiling heat transfer through photo-induced wettability change of titania nanotube arrayed surface,” International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 81: pp. 124 – 130, 2017.
- Samanta, A., Modak, N., Datta, A., Ganguly, R., “Separation of magnetic beads in a hybrid continuous flow microfluidic device,” Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 427: pp. 300 – 305, 2017.
2008, Young Engineer Award, Indian National Academy of Engineering
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering,
University of Illinois at Chicago, 2005
M.S., Heat Power,
Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, 2000.
B.S. Power Plant Engineering,
Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, 1995