Emad Monemian graduated with a BEng in mechanical engineering from the University of Isfahan, Iran, in 2012, with a specialism in automotive engineering. Among fellow MEng candidates, Emad was the first who graduated from Iran University of Science and Technology and in 2014, he started his PhD research at the Advanced Powertrain and Fuel Research Centre at Brunel University London under the supervision of Professor Alasdair Cairns. Participating in a consulting project for VN-Automotive Ltd in 2016, Emad was involved in the designing and procurement of a test rig for testing hydrogen in HD diesel engines.
Emad subsequently joined the Engine Research Group in University of Nottingham in 2017, where he has been working on simulating the dual-fuel combustion in GT-Power. In addition to his academic activities, he has been engaged in industrial sectors such as with EPC consultants and various automotive companies during last decade.