I am from Iran, where I studied at the University of Guilan to obtain my B.Sc. in theoretical physics. I then continued there, doing my M.Sc. thesis in the Modified Gravity theory which is an alternative approach for detecting dark matter. In April 2013 I joined the remote sensing group at U of L to work on high-resolution studies of line shapes in molecules These studies have direct application to the analysis of atmospheric spectra and isotopic fractionation of planetary atmospheres. Having environmental interests, I am particularly interested in field measurements and remote sensing.