Dr. Fazlur Rahman did his MA in Chemistry from Brandeis university and a Ph.D. from the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. He did his post-doctoral works at the university of Tasmania, Australia, at the Ames National Laboratory, USA and at the University of Oklahoma, USA. Dr. Rahman is the recipient of Southwest ACS regional Award in 2009, and the Oklahoma Chemist award in 2015. Dr. Rahman held visiting faculty positions at Texas A&M, University of Rochester, Cal-Tech, UC Berkeley, Free University of Berlin and Fried Schiller University, Rutgers University and at the Columbia University in NYC. He currently holds an endowed professorship and Sharkey’s Energy Foundation Chair in Chemistry at the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics. Rahman also worked as an affiliated Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the with the University of Oklahoma where he teaches Organic chemistry as an adjunct Professor.