Syed Haq earned his BE in Mechanical Engineering from Nadirshah Edulji Dinshaw (NED) University in Karachi, Pakistan. He completed his MS in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University (TAMU), where he is pursuing his PhD in Mechanical Engineering. During his undergraduate studies, Haq investigated wind turbine performance using computational fluid dynamics (CFD). After graduation, he worked for Pakistan Petroleum Limited in Karachi, Pakistan, where he was involved in project management of a purification plant relocation and data management of well production history. For his master’s thesis, he worked on the numerical investigation of different methods of passive electronic cooling. His PhD research focuses on improving heat transfer and mass transfer methods in an absorption refrigeration system. At HTRI, Haq is involved in various research projects, including those involving the Air-cooled Unit (ACU) at the Research & Technology Center. He is also working on developing heat transfer predictions methods for A-frame air coolers. His work on micro-droplet train and circular microjet impingement in surface cooling was presented at the 4th Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference in 2019.