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Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Mahdi’s research interests focus on decision making under uncertainty and developing computationally efficient modelling and solution methods for mixed integer programmes. He has worked on various applications including healthcare, energy, logistics and supply chain. 

Key Publications

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  • Optimization Methods on Electricity Generation and Transmission Expansion Planning Problem, Noorizadegan, M., Shokri, A. 12 Mar 2021, Applied Operations Research and Financial Modelling in Energy Practical Applications and Implications , Springer
  • Vehicle routing with probabilistic capacity constraints, Noorizadegan, M., Chen, B. 16 Oct 2018, In: European Journal of Operational Research
  • An efficient computational method for large scale surgery scheduling problems with chance constraints, Noorizadegan, M., Seifi, A. 2018, In: Computational Optimization and Applications
  • Export Clusters, Moosavi, S., Noorizadegan, M. 31 Mar 2009, Supply Chain and Logistics in National, International and Governmental Environment, Heidelberg, Springer

Further Information

Dr. Mahdi Noorizadegan is a senior lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Operations and Supply Chain Management at the Department of Operations, Marketing and Systems. Prior to the current position, Mahdi was a faculty member in Niroo Research Institute, Tehran, Iran. Mahdi did his Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Industrial Engineering in Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran. He received his PhD on Operational from Warwick Business School, the University of Warwick, UK.

Mahdi’s research interests focus on decision making under uncertainty and developing computationally efficient modelling and solution methods for mixed integer programmes. He has worked on various applications including healthcare, energy, logistics and supply chain. He has taught a wide range of courses including international operations management, Operations and Integrated Supply Chain and Marketing Management, discrete even simulation, optimisation in economics and finance and linear algebra.

Qualifications

Philosophy PhD February 17 2014

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