Matthew Hancock, Ph.D.
Matthew Hancock, Ph.D., Senior Consultant for Engineering Design, Fluid Flow and Species Transport, Materials Selection and Device Testing and Integration, Veryst Engineering, LLC.
Dr. Hancock consults on product design and performance based on his extensive background in fluid mechanics and computational modeling, including microfluidics, heat and mass transfer, and surface tension & wetting.
Dr. Hancock earned his Ph.D. in Environmental Fluid Mechanics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Hancock has worked with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard designing and modeling microfluidic devices for genomics and diagnostics applications, The Wyss Institute of Harvard University modeling fluid flow and heat transfer in bioinspired cooling systems, the Pennsylvania State University modeling the wetting and fluid flow near textured surfaces, Brigham Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School designing and modeling microfluidic devices for tissue engineering, and as an instructor in the Dept of Applied Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.