Muhammad Sultan earned his Ph.D. and Post-Doc in 2015 and 2017, respectively, in the field of Energy and Environmental Engineering from Kyushu University, Japan. He was an awardee of prestigious MEXT and JASSO fellowships during his Ph.D. and Post-PhD research at Japan, respectively. He earned his Graduation and Master degrees with distinctions in the field of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering, respectively. Currently, he is working as Assistant Professor and HEC Approved Supervisor at Bahauddin Zakariya University, Pakistan. He has published 100+ articles in peer reviewed International Journals, Conference Proceedings, Magazines, Books and Book Chapters. He won awards for his research and publications at National and International levels. He has presented his research in various international forums including Japan, USA, Canada, Korea, China, Pakistan. His research keywords include: HVAC Systems, Desiccant Air-Conditioning, Evaporative Cooling, Adsorption Cooling, Adsorption Heat Pump, Maisotsenko cycle (M-cycle), Wastewater, Agricultural, and Livestock Applications.