Dr. Mohammad Mirjalili has been serving as the educational vice president of the Azad University of Yazd, and also has been teaching at Textile Engineering Faculty. He is Ph.D. student in Textile Chemistry at the Azad University of Yazd. Ph. D. Title of Thesis: An Investigation into the Effect of Low Temperature Helium Plasma on Polypropylene.
1996-1998: M. Sc. In Textile Chemistry, Faculty of Complementary Education, Azad University, Tehran South Branch, Title of Thesis: Dyeing Modification of Wool Fabric with Reactive Dyes.
1992-1996: B. Sc. In Textile Chemistry, Faculty of Textile Engineering, Azad University, Yazd , Title of Thesis: Transfer Printing of Cellulosic Fabric.
Currently, he is Faculty Member and professor of Textile Engineering, where he teaches courses in Dye and Their Intermediates, Fiber Science and Polymer Chemistry.
Mr. Mohammad Mirjalili has presented at a number of national and international conferences including 12th International Toki Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion 2001 in Japan, Word Textile Conference AUTEX2009 in Turkey, Nano Technology Science 2010 in Canada, 11th World Textile Conference AUTEX 2011 in France and 12th World Textile Conference AUTEX 2012 in Croatia.
His research interests include Synthesis of Dyes for textile, Industrial wastewater treatment plant, Nano Technology and Natural Dyes.