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Carlos Colosqui 

CarlosAssociate Professor

155 Light Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-2300

Contact Info
Phone: (631) 632-4758
Fax: (631) 632-8544
Microscale Thermo-Fluid Dynamics Group


  • Boston University, Boston, Ph.D. 2009

Professional Experience

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stony Brook University, 2013- present
  • Benjamin Levich Institute for Physicochemical Hydrodynamics, CUNY, 2012-2013
  • Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Princeton University, 2009-2011

Research Interests and History

Carlos Colosqui joined the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in the Fall of 2013. His research work involves theoretical, computational, and experimental studies of transport processes in nano/microscale thermo-fluid systems. One of his main interests is in mesoscale interfacial phenomena and novel associated effects in thermo-fluid systems with interfaces that classical continuum-based descriptions fail to describe. His group's research work includes computational modeling using molecular dynamics and mesoscale simulation techniques as well as experimental analysis and micro/nanofabrication. Current applications of his research include microfluidic devices for energy conversion and storage, nanostructured surfaces, and nanoparticle transport at fluid interfaces. Prof. Colosqui is affiliated faculty in the Applied Mathematics & Statistics Department and the DOE-sponsored Energy Frontier Research Center for Mesoscale Transport Properties at Stony Brook University.