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  Zahra Razzaghpanah

Born in Iran, 1989, Zahra Razzaghpanah graduated from Farzanegan mid-school and high school of the Iranian NODET (National Organization for Development of Exceptional Talents). She then qualified for and was offered a scholarship of Tehran University's Technical Department to study chemical engineering in 2007.  Four years later, she finished her undergraduate study, while gaining field as well as work experience cooperating with Research Institute of Petroleum Industry.
Upon graduation, she was admitted to West Virginia University for graduate study in the field of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering and is currently working as a research assistant for Prof. Shahab D.Mohaghegh.


    Office Location: 135 Mineral Resources Bldg.  
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Amirmasoud Kalantari-Dahaghi received a BS in petroleum engineering from Petroleum University of Technology and MS in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering from West Virginia University in 2010. Currently, he is a Ph.D. student in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering at West Virginia University. His current research interests include modeling and simulation of unconventional gas resources (especially shale gas reservoirs), applicability and simulation of CO2 sequestration in shale gas reservoirs, computational Intelligence application in shale gas reservoir modeling and real time reservoir monitoring.

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