S. J Sadjadi is a Professor of Industrial Engineering at Iran University of Science and Technology. He received his Ph.D. from University of Waterloo in 1998 and initiated his work as a faculty member at SIE since 2000. His research vision is concentrated mainly on Operations Research and its applications, especially Nonlinear Programming. He teaches Operations Research, Nonlinear Programming, Dynamic Programming and Investment planning. Besides, he, currently, serves as the editor in chief for IJIEC (International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations) and Management Science Letters.
• Nonlinear Programming
• Multi Objectives Optimization
• Logistics & Supply Chain
• Roghanian, E., Sadjadi, S. J., & Aryanezhad, M. B. (2007). A probabilistic bi-level linear multi-objective programming problem to supply chain planning. Applied Mathematics and computation, 188(1), 786-800.
• Sadjadi, S. J., & Omrani, H. (2008). Data envelopment analysis with uncertain data: An application for Iranian electricity distribution companies. Energy Policy, 36(11), 4247-4254.
• Soltani, R., & Sadjadi, S. J. (2010). Scheduling trucks in cross-docking systems: A robust meta-heuristics approach. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 46(5), 650-666.