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Dr Mohammad Fattahi

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr. Mohammad Fattahi is a Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Business Analytics at the Department of Marketing, Operations, and Systems at Newcastle Business School (NBS). He obtained his B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degree in Industrial Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic) and He was also a visiting researcher at the Center for Sustainable Supply Chain Engineering, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark. He has joined the NBS since August 2021.

Mohammad's research interests include Operations Research, Stochastic Programming, and Data-Driven Decision Making and in particular, he is interested in developing personalized data-driven analytical methods for a wide range of Healthcare, Energy, Operations Management, and Supply Chain Management applications.

His works have been published in leading journals such as Annals of Operations Research, Computers and Operations Research, Decision Sciences, European Journal of Operational Research, International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, Production and Operations Management, Resources Policy, and Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review.

He has taught a wide range of courses including Probability Theory and Applications, Supply Chain Management, Statistical Quality Control, Operations Research, Decision-Making Analysis, and Linear Algebra.

Mohammad Fattahi

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  • Coordinated and Priority‐based Surgical Care: An Integrated Distributionally Robust Stochastic Optimization Approach, Keyvanshokooh, E., Kazemian, P., Fattahi, M., Van Oyen, M. 1 Apr 2022, In: Production and Operations Management
  • An optimization-based approach for the healthcare districting under uncertainty, Mostafayi Darmian, S., Fattahi, M., Keyvanshokooh, E. 1 Nov 2021, In: Computers and Operations Research
  • Stochastic optimization of disruption-driven supply chain network design with a new resilience metric, Fattahi, M., Govindan, K., Maihami, R. 1 Dec 2020, In: International Journal of Production Economics
  • Supply chain network design under uncertainty:: A comprehensive review and future research directions, Govindan, K., Fattahi, M., Keyvanshokooh, E. 16 Nov 2017, In: European Journal of Operational Research
  • A data-driven approach for supply chain network design under uncertainty with consideration of social concerns, Fattahi, M. 1 May 2020, In: Annals of Operations Research
  • Data-Driven Rolling Horizon Approach for Dynamic Design of Supply Chain Distribution Networks under Disruption and Demand Uncertainty, Fattahi, M., Govindan, K. 1 Feb 2022, In: Decision Sciences

Seyed Ehsan Ahmadi Optimal Capacity Allocation of Energy Storage Systems and Power-to-Hydrogen Technologies Start Date: 01/10/2023

Engineering PhD June 30 2015


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