Sujay is a Ph.D. candidate at MIT in Mechanical Engineering. His research focus is in the area related to flow microreactors, synthesis of zeolites and testing of various catalyst architectures/materials for automotive and industrial applications. Prior to joining MIT, he was working for Paccar Inc. in Seattle, WA where he worked on developing engine/powertrain lubricants, after-treatment system design, surface analysis, engine exhaust emission characterization and vehicle fuel economy testing. He received his Master’s degree (M.S.) in Materials Science from the University of Texas-Arlington in 2012 where his research thesis was in the area of tribology with a focus on developing engine lubricant additives, lubricating greases, engine soot characterization, and materials failure analysis. Sujay interned for Albemarle Corporation in Louisiana in the summer of 2012, where he worked on developing Fuel and Lubricant Antioxidants. His has a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering.