Dr. Imran Afgan completed his Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from GIKI Pakistan in 1999. After working a few years in R&D he secured the Higher Education Commission fellowship for doctoral studies at UMIST. He completed his PhD in Mechanical Engineering (LES and Turbulence Modelling) in 2007 and returned to Pakistan to teach at the postgraduate institute of IAA at Air University Islamabad. Later he worked for 2 years as a researcher at Electricite de France R&D and Universite Pierre et Marie CURIE on uncertainty quantification in CFD. He joined back The University of Manchester in May 2011 and is now a lecturer in the School of MACE and the director of Thermal Power and Fluids Engineering. His active research areas are thermal hydraulics, turbulence modelling and renewables.