Prof. Marengo got his Master Degree in Physics at the University of Turin cum laude with a thesis on Nonlinear Dynamical Systems. He taught in high schools for a short period and, in 1993, started the Ph.D. studies at the Polytechnic of Milan. He was awarded by the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) and by the European Community TMR Program to work in Germany, at the Institut of Fluidmechanics of Prof. Durst in Erlangen. He continued his Ph.D. studies in Erlangen, becoming in 1996 university researcher by Prof. Tropea in the same University. In 1996 he got a Ph.D. in Energetics at the Polytechnic of Milan with a thesis about “Drop Impingement on Liquid Film”. In 1998 he was research assistant at the University of Darmstadt. From 1998 to 2002 he has been assistant professor of Thermal Physics at the University of Bergamo. Since 2002 he is Associate Professor of Thermal Physics. In 2014 he was appointed as Full Professor in Thermal Engineering at the University of Brighton (UK). In 2014 he passed the Italian national habilitation as Full Professor in Thermal Physics. Reviewer for “Experiment in Fluids”, “Atomisation and Sprays”, “International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer”, "Physics of Fluids" and other international journals. From 2003 to 2005 he was the University Responsible for the European Research. Since 2009 he is European Editor of the International Journal "Atomization & Sprays". Editorial Board member of "Heat Pipe Science and Technology" and other international journals. He is involved in one Topical Team of European Space Agency, he is leading the ESA PHP scientific team, he is active in ESA parabolic campaigns. Since 2005 visiting Professor at the University of Mons-Hainaut. He published more than 200 scientific papers, among which 50 in peer-reviewed Journals about liquid sprays, drop impact on solid dry and wetted surfaces, heat pipes, building physics. Prof. Marengo was founder of two spin-off companies (UNIHEAT srl and ICENOVA srl).