Mohammad is a graduated student in chemical engineering (bachelor and master) at Iran university of science and technology (IUST-Iran).
In bachelor, he was working on designing a new type of heat exchanger for oil and gas industry and in master, he turned his focus on catalyst synthesis (specifically for hydrocarbon reforming process). After graduation in master, Mohammad started to work for a petroleum company (one of the ESSO branches in the Middle East) specialized for production of lubricants, solvents, and antifreezes.
The general title of his thesis, here at the BTL, is pyrolysis of the used tires with the aim to produce high value material.
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