Dr. Abdel-Rahman Soliman received his BS in Chemistry and MS in Physical Chemistry degrees from Cairo University in Egypt. Then he joined El- Shall's research group at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) where he received his PhD in Physical Chemistry on growth mechanisms of complex organics in the gas phase and on metal nanoparticles. After getting his PhD he was appointed a teaching adjunct at VCU for one year then he moved to the gulf area to join King Saud University as an Assistant Professor in 2012. Finally, he joined Alfaisal University working in the Chemistry Department in the College of Science and General Studies. His research interests are in the Ion-Chemistry, Gas-Phase Cluster Polymerization, Catalysis, Corrosion and Nanomaterials for energy applications. Dr. Soliman is the recipient of the highly prestigious Egyptian Academy of Science Scholarship (1998-2000), the Egyptian Government Fellowship (2007-2010) and Alteria (Philip Morris) Fellowship (2010-2011). His research results were published in high impact peer-reviewed international journals such as the Journal of American Chemical Society, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, Chemical Physics letters, and the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters and also were presented at national meetings as the American Chemical Society (ACS) and Gordon Research Conferences meetings. His current theme of research is to develop nanocomposite based electrodes to be utilized in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells as well as preparing tailored nanomaterials for energy production.