Moscow (IP) - Abdolhossein Hemmati-Sarapardeh, Assistant Professor at the Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, won a special prize in Russia's 2021 world young scientists competition.

Iran PressEurope: The competition aims to introduce the world's young scientists in the oil industry, upgrade technology, new ideas and establish a deep connection between industry, science, and business.

Research background and proposal, focusing on one of the scientific fields related to petroleum engineering, is one of the most critical steps in selecting the winners of competitions.

Hemmati-Sarapardeh absorbed the jury's attention by presenting a plan for the application of nanotechnology in petroleum engineering.

After carefully reviewing the content of the submitted project, due to the importance and innovation used in this project, it succeeded in receiving a special award.

In the competition, 93 young scientists from world-renowned universities presented their designs, and more than 60 judges from different countries reviewed the plans and finally introduced the top individuals.

The publication of more than 120 articles in "ISI," the presentation of ideas and plans in several national and international conferences, the writing and editing of books in prestigious international publications are scientific records of Dr. Abdolhossein Hemmati-Sarapardeh.

Referring to the role and importance of nanotechnology in various industries, especially the oil industry, Dr. Hemmati said: "Nanotechnology in various fields of the oil industry, including exploration, drilling, reservoir, exploitation, and petrochemicals, will increase productivity, work quality, and save money."

What I presented in the article was to look at the future of the oil industry and the role of nanotechnology in changing the future of petroleum engineering, he added.


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