Mehdi Zamani was born in 1983. He received his PhD. degree in organic and computational chemistry in 2013 from Isfahan University of Technology, Iran. Then he joined to high energetic materials research group at Malek-ashtar University of Technology, Shahin-shahr, Iran (2013-2014). He is currently working as Assistant Professor in organic chemistry at Damghan University, Iran (since 2014). He is author of more than 30 ISI research paper and edited book (in Persian) entitled “Named Reactions and Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry”. Also, he was on the Editorial Board of Journal of Nanoanalysis (2014 to 2016) and Medbiotech Journal (since 2017) as well as reviewer for international journals. His current research interests are experimental and computational studies on nanostructures, biomolecules, drugs, sensors, catalysts, energetic compounds, reactive intermediates and reaction mechanisms.
Gholamhossein Grivani initial research area lies in the field of synthesis and characterization of the Schiff base ligands and their V, Cu, Ni, Zn, Mo and Hgcomplexes and investigation of the structural features of them. In addition his group investigates the catalytic activity of the synthesized complexes as homogeneous catalysts in oxidation reaction such as epoxidation, oxidation of sufides and other organic substrates as well as immobilization of the synthesized complexes on the inorganic and organic supports as heterogeneous catalysts. they also investigate the thermal decomposition of the synthesized complexes in order to prepare nano metal-oxides particles. Recently they started to synthesis of the Schiff base ligands and their metal complexes containing ionic liquid functionalities, synthesis of Schiff base polymers, and their complexes, coordination polymers as well as the nano-magnet supports.