Ms. Zoha Dalal Isfehani

After a decade of dedicated study and work in petroleum engineering, culminating in my graduation as a master's student from Amirkabir University of Technology, one of Iran's esteemed institutions, I'm embarking on an exciting new journey. I've decided to pursue a Master's degree in Environmental Engineering, driven by my passion for fostering a greener and more sustainable future. During my time at Amirkabir University, I delved deep into petroleum engineering, conducting research and projects that honed my experimental and theoretical skills and knowledge. My master's thesis, 'Experimental investigation of IFT and wettability during Carbonated-Water Injection,' equipped me with hands-on experience and a thorough understanding of enhanced oil recovery techniques. Additionally, my B.Sc's thesis project focused on semi-analytical solutions in fractured reservoirs using MATLAB. Furthermore, I gained valuable practical experience as a production-reservoir engineer for nearly three years in one of Iran's leading petroleum consulting companies. I also had the privilege to contribute to groundbreaking research as a research assistant, with a focus on underground hydrogen storage. Our work explored the interfacial phenomena of hydrogen in geological formations, leading to the publication of two papers in prestigious journals.