Nazanin started with Shell in 2019 as a Process Development Engineer. She was a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Chemical Engineering Department of University of California Santa Barbara working with Prof. Eric McFarland. As a Postdoctoral Scholar, she performed experimental studies for the use of methane to produce fuels and chemicals without carbon dioxide coproduction. She supervised experiments on opportunities for novel two- and three-phase reactors, reactive separations, and associated intensified operations making use of melts. This work was sponsored by Shell. Nazanin got her PhD in Engineering Physics from Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology center and her Bachelor and Master's degrees in Chemical Engineering from Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran. For her PhD she performed qualitative and quantitative experiments on absorption and desorption of hydrogen in oxides by thermogravimetric analysis with simultaneous mass spectrometry measurements. During her PhD, she also worked on fluidization of nanoparticles in molten salts.