Rahul Pandey is a member of the Hardware Systems Lab at PARC. He has a broad range of research interests, which include colloidal systems, rheology of complex fluid systems, flow of non-Newtonian fluids in micro and nano-scale geometries, advanced materials development for 3D printing and energy applications. His research focuses on development of electrodes and cell-architecture for high- performance electrochemical and fuel cells. He is also working on developing advanced carbon nanotube-based gas sensors using PARC's novel printing technology. Prior to joining PARC, Rahul studied the effects of microstructures on the rheology of colloidal systems in microscale geometries with applications in a range of industries. He has a diverse professional background with research and development experience at Shell-Lubricants R&D and Honeywell Automation and Controls. He also has process engineering experience at Intel and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. Dr. Pandey received his Ph.D. in chemical engineering from University of Houston, M.S. from University of North Dakota, and B.S. from Indian Institute of Technology. He has several scientific publications, and won many awards for his academic and professional achievements.