I earned a PhD in Chemical Engineering at 2004 from Tehran Polytechnic University in Iran. I worked on non-catalytic gas-solid reactions (experimentally and Mathematically) in my PhD thesis. The aim was using Methane for reduction of valuable metal oxides (Cobalt, Manganese and Chromium oxides). After a scholorship in Cambridge University at 2003 and coming back to Iran, I started to lecture in Oil, Gas and Chemical Engineering Department of Semnan University. The courses I lectured for undergraduates contain Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering and Fluid Mechanics. Also I lecture Advanced numerical methods, Mathematical modeling and Advanced combustion for graduates.