Dr. Kibria is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at University of Calgary, Canada. He received MSc and PhD degrees from McMaster and McGill University, respectively. He worked as Banting Fellow at University of Toronto. He is interested in heterogeneous catalysis for CO2 capture and conversion for the synthesis of renewable feedstocks and fuels, large scale CO2 removal, artificial photosynthesis, nanomaterials, waste to value added products, system design, techno-economic and life-cycle analysis for sustainable energy and environment. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles in refereed Journals, including Science, Nature Communications, Nature Catalysis, Advanced Materials, Energy and Environmental Science, Journal of American Chemical Society, 5 book-chapters, 8 patents (filed) and over 50 conference presentations. Dr. Kibria is a recipient of Academic Gold Medal, Tomlinson Doctoral fellowship from McGill University, Green Talents Award from German Federal Ministry.