Dr Sneha Malhotra is Assistant Professor in Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), Manipal, India.

Her research is in the domain of multiphase flow in miniature geometries. She studies the deformable interfaces in multiphase flows and the interaction of forces that govern the flow while analysing the impact on hydrodynamics, mass transfer and kinetics involved in various chemical reactions

Dr Malhotra holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Roorkee) under the guidance of Dr Sumana Ghosh. She has been instrumental in setting up Dr Ghosh’s Multiphase Lab at IIT Roorkee.

Prior to her Doctoral studies, Dr Malhotra has undertaken multiple courses and internships in INP Pagora (Grenoble, France) and CPE Lyon (Lyon, France) in the field of Bioenergy & Biomaterials.

Dr. Malhotra has earned her Masters in Chemical Engineering from the prestigious Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT) in Mumbai, India. During her Masters she worked on establishing the applicability of membrane technologies for the segregation of heavy metal (Cobalt) from industrial effluents.