Amirhossein is a Ph.D. student in Infrastructure and Environmental Systems (INES). He has a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a Master’s degree in environmental engineering, both from Azad university, Iran. For a few years, he was working for consulting engineering companies as a process engineer, and also had the opportunity to collaborate with Environment Research Center (ENVRC) at Isfahan University of Medical Sciences as a part-time researcher on various projects.
His research is focused on landfill leachate treatment utilizing white-rot fungi; this process also known as mycoremediation. In 2016, he was awarded EREF scholarship for the project “Biodegradation of Contaminants of Emerging Concern by White-rot Fungi in Municipal Leachate”.
In his free time he enjoys traveling, hiking and listening to Persian classic music.