Mojdeh Delshad is a research associate professor in the Department of
Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering at the
University of Texas at
is the assistant director for the Department of Energy funded
of Frontiers of
Subsurface Energy Security (CFSES).
She holds BS degree in Chemical Engineering from
University in Iran and MS and Ph.D. degrees in Petroleum
Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. She
has 25 years of experience in modeling multiphase flow, property
modeling, and reservoir simulation of enhanced oil recovery processes
and more than 10 years of experience in modeling and designing
subsurface contaminant transport and remediation processes.
She has over 80 journal publications.
She is in charge of the University of Texas Chemical Flooding
Simulator (UTCHEM) development, user support and training.
Her current research funding is provided by NSF, DOE-BES, and
several national and international oil companies such as Chevron,
Pemex, Shell, and Kinder Morgan.
She has been an associate editor for the SPE Reservoir Evaluation and
Engineering Journal since 2005.
She is awarded the SPE rank of “A Peer Apart” for reviewing
more than 100 technical papers.
She is an instructor for Enhanced Oil Recovery courses offered
by Petroskills and PETEX.
She has been selected as a member of the SPE’s books Development
Committee starting Sept. 2010 for a three-year term.