Additionally, Manglik is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer and has been its editor since the journal’s inception in 1993-94. He was a two-term Associate Editor of ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, editor of the International Journal of Heat Exchangers, and technical editor of Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Data Books. He has more than 250 archival papers and technical reports, and has given numerous plenary talks, keynote presentations, and invited lectures at both national and international forums. He has published 12 highly acclaimed books, monographs, and book chapters, and the monograph: Plate Heat Exchangers: Design, Applications and Performance (2007, WIT Press, UK).
Manglik also has extensive industry experience as he, prior to his academic career in universities, garnered eight years of thermal-engineering expertise, in design of steam turbines, cogeneration power plants, heat exchangers, and hydraulic and pneumatic actuators.
Manglik was the recipient of the very first CAREER Award (1995) from the National Science Foundation and has also received the ASME Heat Transfer Division 75th Anniversary Medal (2013) and the ASME Melville Medal (2006) for the best original scientific contribution, among many other research and teaching awards. He has served as the Chair of the ASME HTD K-10 committee (2013-16), member of K-2 committee (2011-15), Chair of the first HTD-FED Summer Conference (2004), Chair of ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference (2011), and is a current member of the HTD Executive Committee (2014-18). He is a Fellow of ASME, a senior member of AIChE, and member of ASHRAE, Sigma Xi, and Tau Beta Pi.
He reflects, “It is quite an honor for me to now be featured among the likes of my distinguished mentor and professional grandfather.”