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Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, Oregon State University, 2017.
MASc, Industrial Engineering, Mazandaran University of Science & Technology, Iran, 2009.
B.Sc., Industrial Engineering, Azad University, Iran, 2004.
Omid Shahvari received his Ph.D. degree in Industrial Engineering from Oregon State University in 2017. He received his MASc degree in Industrial Engineering from Mazandaran University of Science & Technology, Iran in 2009 and B.Sc degree in Industrial Engineering from Azad University, Iran in 2004. Dr. Omid has over eight years strong background and experience in manufacturing companies in optimization processes, production planning and control, and decision analysis to provide novel breakthroughs and solutions.
Dr. Omid’s research interests are in the area of scheduling, logistics, transportation, and supply chain optimization. Regarding stochastic programming and decomposition methods, he conducts research within a variety of applications including production planning, resource and facility scheduling, health care management, scheduling in transportation, renewable energy, electronic vehicle charging management, collaborative energy sharing management, power disruption prevention and management, disaster preparedness and management, and additive manufacturing.
His publications have appeared in journals such as IISE Transactions, Applied Energy, Computers & Operations Research, International Journal of Production Economics, and several conference proceedings. He is an active member of Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) and Institute of Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). His teaching interests include engineering statistics, engineering economy, linear programming, and production planning and control systems.