Dr. Ramesh Sapkota began his academic journey at University of North Texas, where he pursued a passion for physical chemistry. He completed his doctoral studies and obtained a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry with a focus on Atmospheric and Computational chemistry from University of North Texas in 2023. He also has five years’ experience as teaching Assistant at University of North Texas for hundreds of undergraduate. He has mentored several graduate students, guiding them through their research and helping them develop critical scientific skills. His research interests encompass areas such as kinetics, atmospheric chemistry and computational chemistry which have helped him develop a robust understanding of cutting-edge advancements in the field. His expertise extends to various experimental and theoretical techniques, making them a researcher in the realm of physical chemistry.