Hossein Dashti is the Designated Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Engineering at Nagoya University in Japan. He has both academic and industrial experience with a focus on the energy sector. His experience includes research at both Curtin University and the University of Queensland in Australia, lecturing at Azad University in Iran, and industrial experience as a process engineer for OSD Pty Ltd and Worley in Australia. Dr. Dashti is interested in finding solutions to address the major challenges of global warming in a way that facilitates commercial outcomes. Through Nagoya University, he is currently focused on working with the Japanese industry to devise new carbon capture strategies, which improve the efficiency and scalability of decarbonization and facilitate efforts to produce clean energy. He was awarded the Associate Fellowship from the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) in 2021, the Seal of Excellence for the project proposal submitted to Horizon 2020 (European Union’s research and innovation funding program) in 2021, and TMS LMD/EPD Energy Best Paper Award in the Mineral, Metals & Material Society (TMS) conference in San Antonio, USA, in 2019. He has published the results of his research in peer-reviewed journals, books, and conferences.