Mohammad Mahdavi Mazdeh is an Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering at Iran University of Science and Technology. He received his Ph.D. from Brunel University in 2006 and initiated his work as a faculty member at SIE since 2008. His research vision is concentrated mainly on Strategic Management, Scheduling and its applications, especially Supply Chain Scheduling. He teaches Strategic Management, Performance measurement Systems, Inventory Control and Supply Chain & Logistic Engineering.
• Supply Chain Scheduling
• Strategic Management
• Performance measurement Systems
• Parallel machines scheduling to minimize job tardiness and machine deteriorating cost with deteriorating jobs. (2010). Applied Mathematical Modelling, 34(6), 1498-1510.
• Development and evaluation of a knowledge risk management model for project-based organizations: a multi-stage study. (2011). Management Decision, 49(3), 309-329.
• Single-machine batch scheduling minimizing weighted flow times and delivery costs. (2011). Applied Mathematical Modelling, 35(1), 563-570.