Sepideh Razavi received her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the City College of New York in 2015, where she worked under the supervision of Prof. Ilona Kretzschmar to study the behavior of colloidal particles at fluid interfaces. In 2015, she joined the group of Prof. Michael Solomon at the University of Michigan as a Postdoctoral Fellow and conducted research on the application of external fields in assembling colloidal particles and examining their behavior in nonpolar solvents. She joined the faculty of Chemical Engineering at the University of Oklahoma in 2018, where she is the Principal Investigator of the Colloid and Interface Science Laboratory. Her research group is focused on studying interfacial systems, composed of particles and surfactants molecules, near fluid and solid interfaces, which can be used in engineering soft functional materials. Her research efforts have been recognized by the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund (ACS-PRF) and the National Science Foundation. She was the recipient of the Doctoral New Investigator Award from the American Chemical Society in 2020. Within the BIC-CHEPS project, her role is to study the interfacial phenomena involved in the production and storage of hydrogen.