Ashutosh Kole applies his expertise in mechanical engineering and product design for cleantech and printing technologies at PARC.
Within the Cleantech Innovation Program, Ashutosh played a primary role in the vision, conceptualization, and filing of the primary patent for PARC’s breakthrough clean water platform technology, Hydrodynamic Separation (HDS). Instrumental in developing the HDS technology, he is currently leading the effort in manufacturing technologies for the HDS device, as well as designing and building the HDS pilot units for specific projects. Ashutosh is also involved with the Geothermal Energy project as a mechanical engineer, overseeing experiments and responsible for in-house procurement of minerals to run successful experiments.
Ashutosh is passionate about energy conservation, social awareness, and Small Scale Industry (SSI) development in renewable energy and sustainability areas in the developing world.
Ashutosh earned his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Texas at Arlington and his B.E. in Mechanical Engineering and HSC in Science from Shivaji University. He has one patent issued and nine patents pending.
related focus areas
in the news view all
PARC’s Solution for Algae Fuel: Going Down the Drain
25 September 2009 | Greentech Media
news releases view all
events view all
Reducing Energy Footprint of a Waste Water Treatment Plant by Increasing Harvesting Efficiency of Solids following Primary Clarification
15 June 2014 | National Harbor, MD