Dr. Menezes is an assistant professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at University of Nevada, Reno. Before joining the University, he worked as an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) and research assistant professor at University of Pittsburgh.
His productive research career has produced over 50 peer reviewed journal publications (citations over 1000, h-index - 19), 20 book chapters, and a book "Tribology for Scientists and Engineers." He currently serves as a reviewer on over 40 prestigious journals and as an editorial board member of three journals. In addition, he has participated in many national and international conferences in roles such as conference paper reviewer, conference review committee member, conference technical committee member, and session chairman. He has peer reviewed multiple books, book chapters, grants, and master's and doctoral theses. He has also prepared technical newsletters and tribology web notes for the American Society of Mechanical Engineer's (ASME) tribology division.
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