Mohammad Koneshloo has received the B.Sc. degree from University of Tehran in 1997, He achieved the first rank in national MSc entrance exam and finished his MSc degree in Mineral Exploration-Mining Engineering in 2000. He worked as a researcher in Iranian Minerals Research and Application Institute (IMRA) for two years, then he rewarded a Ph.D. study scholarship from Iranian Ministry of sciences, Research and Technology (top ranked in another national exam). He learned Geostatistics in Centre de Geostatistique in Paris School of Mines (Ecole des Mines de Paris), during geostatistical formation of CFSG equivalent of Master of Engineering. He has passed several geostatistical course in CFSG 2005-2006; Linear and Multivariate Geostatistics (taught by Gaël Le Loch), Simulation (taught by Hans Wackernagel, Christian Lantuejoul), Non-stationary Geostatistics and SKI-MAT (by Serge Seguret) and Project (under supervision of Jean-Paul Chiles). Mohammad has finished his PhD Thesis in Ecole des Mines de Paris in 2006 and worked after for 4 years and half as an assistant professor in Shahrood University of Technology. He taught several courses in this university (Geostatistics for Mining Engineers, Industrial Minerals and Rocks, Mine Economics, Modeling and Simulation, Non-Metallic Deposit Exploration, Geostatistics for Petroleum Reservoir Engineers, Principles of mineral exploration and resource evaluation, Mineral Resources Estimation and Evaluation, Mathematical Geosciences (Statistics and Probability), Seminar) and also in University of Tehran (Petroleum Geostatistics and Mineral Resources Estimation and Evaluation) and Tarbiat Modares University (Geostatistics for mining engineering) . Actually, he is a post doctorate researcher at Department of Geological Sciences in University of Delaware. His research interests include subsurface geostatistical modeling of Mineral resources, aquifer systems, and petroleum reservoirs. The project will involve geostatistical modeling of the Hawaiian Islands and the Bengal Basin. The goal of the project, undertaken in collaboration with other researchers, is to understand controls of geologic heterogeneity on land-sea fluxes.