Dr. Muhammad Imran completed PhD in Environmental Hydrogeology from Department of Earth Sciences (Geosciences) in 2013, Utrecht University, Netherlands. He joined department of Earth Sciences, COMSATS Abbottabad in 2013 and then moved to Department of Environmental Sciences, COMSATS Vehari in early 2015. His research interests are: Application of environment friendly and low cost biosorbents, nanoparticles, biochar and nanocomposites for treatment of contaminated (waste)water (metals, dyes etc.), Groundwater management, Modeling of kinetic and equilibrium adsorption isotherms and thermodynamic modeling. Dr. Muhammad Imran has published >75 research articles in well reputed international journals. He has supervised one PhD student, 8 MS students and 4 BS students. Currently, he is principal investigator of research projects, "Column Scale Experimental Study on Thermohaline Convection in Saturated Porous Media", "Comparative Study on the Removal of Iron and Arsenic from Contaminated Groundwater Using Iron-oxide Coated Sedimentary Rocks" and "Sequestration of dyes from textile industry wastewater using nanoparticles loaded biosorbents".