I was born in Toudeshk, the east of Esfahan province about one hunderd kilometers away from Esfahan, on March 24, 1978, and grew up there. I started my education at school until I gained my diploma (1996). In 1997 a new chapter in my life was opened when I was accepted in Isfahan University of Technology (IUT) as a bachelor student in applied mathematics. After finishing this period of time in 2001, I pursued my studies in IUT, still involved in applied mathematics, but this time I tried to take a closer look at the Dynamical Systems, a branch of applied mathematics which deals with qualitative (geometrical) behaviour of solutions to ordinary differential equations and it is very attractive. So my master project was conducted in this spirit. The work was basically directed and supervised by Dr. Hamidreza Zohouri Zangeneh who changed my life not only scientifically, but by his nice attitude and manner. Just after finishing my master program (in 2003), I fortunately participated in PhD exam and immediately accepted. I officially started my Phd program in Department of Mathematical Sciences at Isfahan University of Technology (IUT). I did my research in Dynamical Systems, specifically on the bifurcations of limit cycles (isolated periodic solutions) upon perturbation. At that time I started my research work under supervision of Dr. Zohouri zangeneh. The subject of my dissertation was ''Bifurcations of limit cycles in a class of hyper-elliptic Hamiltonian systems''. On July 20, 2008 my defense session was held and I was subjected to be honored by the committee members for a PhD degree in applied mathematics. Hence, I achieved my PhD Degree (2008) from Isfahan University of Technology. During my stay at university, and in my spare time, I taught several courses including Differential Equations, Engineering Mathematics, and Calculus (I and II). Additianally, I had a cooperation in TA, as a teacher assistance, for four years. In 2008, I applied for a faculty member position in IUT. Finally, the absorption process was done and fortunately I was included in the list of faculty group. I will now working in this position.