Mohammad graduated in Chemical Engineering (bachelor’s and master’s) from the Razi University and the Iran University of Science and Technology, respectively (IRAN). For more than six years, he has worked on CFD simulation and programming of different chemical processes, especially membrane processes, with results published as research papers, a review paper, and a book chapter.
Mohammad’s PhD project is electrolyte design to enable high-energy Si-C composite anodes. This project aims to develop organic ionic liquid electrolytes to be compatible with the new anode which our industrial partner Sicona has established. This project will be conducted under the supervision of Prof. Patrick C. Howlett and Dr. Danah Al Masri.