Simone Mancin

Simone Mancin leads the NHTlab. He is an Associate Professor at the Department of Management and Engineering of the University of Padova., Italy.  He is also Visiting Prof. at the dept. of Chemical Engineering of Brunel University London and member of Centre for Energy Efficient and Sustainable Technologies of Brunel  University London. His research is mainly focused on advanced materials, nano-depositions, nano-coatings, surface treatments, single- and two- phase heat transfer in enhanced surfaces and micro-geometries for electronic thermal management and air conditioning and refrigeration and Phase Change Materials for advanced latent thermal energy storages. He is author or co-author of about 175 papers, most published in the international scientific press. He is associate editor of HEDH, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, Heat Trabsfer Research and he is member of the Editorial Board of International Journal of Thermofluids, Heliyon and Energies.

Luca Doretti

Luca Doretti, graduated in Mechanical Engineering, Ph.D. in “Energy Management”, is Associate Professor of Applied Thermodynamics and he teaches three different courses.
At the moment he Full professor at the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Eng. (ICEA) at University of Padova. His research activity (both experimental and theoretical) is mainly concerned with enhanced heat transfer during two-phase processes for refrigeration applications (refrigeration, air-conditioning, heat pump, absorption cycle, electronic cooling and so on), with thermodynamics of the inverse cycles and with thermophysical properties of refrigerant fluids. A specific topic of his scientific research is dedicated to nano-fluids application and experimentation with a new rig built up at the Nano Heat Transfer Lab. Luca Doretti is author or co-author of around 90 international papers.

Giovanni Antonio Longo

Giovanni Antonio Longo is a Full Professor of Technical Physics at the University of Padova, Italy. He is the head of the Department of Management and Engineering. He is vice-President of the Commission E1 – Air Conditioning
of the International Institute of Refrigeration. His research activity deals with refrigerant two-phase heat transfer, absorption systems, and nano-fluids heat transfer. He is author or co-author of about 200 scientific papers published in referenced national and international journals or presented at national and international congresses and conferences.

Giulia Righetti

Giulia Righetti recieved her Masters and PhD degrees at the University od Padova, Italy. She is Assistant Professor at the Department of Management and Engineering. Her research activity is mainly focused on new low-GWP refrigerants two-phase heat transfer in enhanced surfaces for air conditioning and refrigeration. In the NHT Lab, she contributes in the design and realization of the test rigs, she runs experimental tests and she critically processes the data.

Claudio Zilio

Claudio Zilio is a Mechanical Engineer. He is full professor at the University of Padova, where he teaches the course of “Applied thermodynamics” and “Thermal systems”. He is the Secretary of commission B2 (Refrigerating equipment) of the International Institute of Refrigeration. He has been involved in several European research projects, primarily concerning Refrigeration Technology and Heat Transfer and he is the author or co-author of more than 160 papers (more than 80 are available in Scopus or Web of Science) dealing with topics such as thermodynamics of inverse cycles, heat transfer, both theoretical and technological aspects, energy applications related to HVAC of buildings, refrigeration for foodstuff preservation, and refrigerating equipments. He is a member of the Editorial Board of ASHRAE Science and technology for the Building Environment journal.


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