Mohammad Rasul obtained his PhD in the area of Energy and Thermodynamics from The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia, in 1996. He received his Master of Engineering in Energy Technology from Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand, in 1990. His first degree is in Mechanical Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh, completed in 1987. Currently, he is an Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering and Technology, Central Queensland University, Australia. He is specialised and experienced in research, teaching and consultancy in the areas of energy (industrial, building and renewable energy) and thermodynamics (energy intensive process industries). He has published over 240 research articles both in reputed journals and conferences including 7 book chapters. He has edited two books and has supervised a dozen of research higher degree (RHD) students (PhDs and Masters) to completion and attracted about $3 millions research funding. He is recognised in professional communities which he has demonstrated through creating significant impact and the large number of citations of his research by the relevant professionals, both nationally and internationally. He has also made significant contributions in engineering education research and scholarships. He has published several conference papers and book chapters in the area of project based learning and innovative teaching practices, and have edited a book on Developments in Engineering Education Standards: Advanced Curriculum Innovation. His contributions to the profession and national and international communities have been demonstrated through his varied roles and activities, such as membership of national and international technical, scientific and advisory committees, membership of different professional organizations (such as Engineers Australia) and various organising committees.