Islamic Azad University, Iran
He was born in 21 of March 1957 in Mashhad, a big city in the north eastern of Iran. He received his B. Sc. in Chemistry from Kharazemi University in Tehran in 1981 and his Ph.D. from Islamic Azad University of Tehran in 1994. He was the dean of science faculty in Islamic Azad University of Tehran from 2000 to 2006 and director of Interdisciplinary Science and Research Center from 2006 to 2008. He has been collaborating with several universities worldwide; including his collaborations with Professor Arkonites ( Karplus’s research group) in Department of Physics, University of Cyprus, (working on Regulation of Glycogen metabolism and oxidative repair of DNA using CHARMM software program), Professor James E. Boggs in the Institute of Theoretical Chemistry in University of Texas Austin, Texas, USA (working on molecular modeling and computational calculations of nano-molecules), and so on. He is a professor in the field of Computational Chemistry in Central Tehran Branch of Islamic Azad University in Tehran. His research interests are in the area of interdisciplinary sciences, mainly in molecular modeling and QM/MM calculations of macro-biomolecules, electronic structure calculations of nano-biomolecules, non-bonded electronic structure of BnNn rings, NMR contour maps, and quantum investigations of non-bonded interactions. He designed a nano- molecular motor structure which can be used for detecting the biological molecules. He is focusing for understanding the root of some human behaviors for instance the role of microtubules in the human’s conscious or what is the biophysical chemistry role in the telepathy which is interdisciplinary subjects among chemistry, biology, quantum theory and calculations.
QM/MM method and Quantum Chemistry Simulation of Biochemical Structures in Biological systems and chemical engineering