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Saeed is a current Doctoral researcher (PhD student) in Energy at Teesside University. He obtained his BSc and MSc degrees in Hydrocarbon Reservoir Engineering from Science and Research branch of Tehran, IAU, in 2016 and 2019, respectively. His previous research area was centred on the application of nanomaterials in enhanced oil recovery (EOR) and drilling engineering. Upon graduation, he started working as research assistant in the Petroleum and Chemical Engineering lab at SRBIAU, where he continued his research on nanomaterials and also worked as research advisor for several MSc students. Following this in late 2020, he started a PhD course in energy at Teesside University. Working at the interface between engineering and science, Saeed’s research is currently focused on geological hydrogen storage. His PhD project aims to experimentally and numerically study the interactions between hydrogen and reservoir’s rocks and fluids, with emphasis on those that may have an adverse impact on the integrity and performance of the storage. Enabling large-scale subsurface hydrogen storage is integral to the UK government's targets to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, as hydrogen is set to make essential contribution to decarbonisation of the industry and economy. Here in the Energy lab at Teesside University, we aim to reinforce the UK’s climate change agenda via accelerating the development and employment of geological hydrogen storage. Besides research, Saeed is also a part-time lecturer at the School of Computing, Engineering, and Digital Technologies at Teesside University.


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