Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Associate Department Head for Education
Professor Karnik addresses real-world challenges with his micro- and nano-fluidics research.
Tiny graphene pores created by Rohit Karnik are uniquely selective and may work well as environmental sensors.
Karnik and associates have demonstrated that a small piece of sapwood can filter out more than 99 percent of the bacteria E. coli from water.
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYB. Tech.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-BERKELEYM.Sc.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-BERKELEYPh.D.