Shahrooz Shahparvari

Dr Shahrooz Shahparvari

Lecturer in Supply Chain and Logistics

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COBL | School of Accounting, Info Sys & Supply Chain 


Emailshahrooz.shahparvari@rmit.edu.au


Phone: +61 45025 0055


Campus: Melbourne City


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COBL | School of Accounting, Info Sys & Supply Chain 


Emailshahrooz.shahparvari@rmit.edu.au


Phone: +61 45025 0055


Campus: Melbourne City


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Dr Shahrooz Shahparvari is a leading decision making and business optimisation modelling academic, having been based at RMIT since 2016.

Overview

Dr Shahrooz Shahparvari is a lecturer in Supply Chain and Logistics at the school of Accounting, Information Systems, and Supply Chain at RMIT University. Since receiving his PhD in 2016, he has held various academic and research leadership projects.

He was previously with the School of Business IT & logistics, RMIT University as Pro-Vice-Chancellor's Postdoctoral research fellow Supply Chain and Logistics. He holds a PhD degree in Supply Chain and Logistics from RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

He has published in the top tier transportation journals including OMEGA, Transportation research part A, part D, Part E and Australasian Journal of Information System, Computers & Operations Research, and various others. His research interests include stochastic modelling, mathematical modelling, decision support systems, and statistical analysis in the disaster environment.

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Industry experience

2017-2020 – DPVC Postdoctoral fellow (Supply Chain and Logistics)

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Research

Dr Shahparvari's primary research areas are as follows:

  • Supply chain risk management as developing and implementing risk mitigation strategies to improve supply chain resilience/agility
  • Developing and implementing analytics and methodologies for integrated and collaborative decision making
  • Developing frameworks and decision-support tools to quantify and tackle environmental and social sustainability risks

Research keywords

Optimisation, Business Analytics, Modelling, Optimal Decision Making, Emergency Management Analytics, Simulation

Research output summary

15

Publications

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Supervisor Projects

5

Awards

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Supervisor interest areas

  • Operations research
  • Operations management
  • Supply chain and logistics modelling
  • Transport planning
  • Stochastic modelling
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Optimisation

Supervisor projects

  • Modelling the Factors Affecting Port Lapse Time

Feature publications

Multi-modal cargo logistics distribution problem: Decomposition of the stochastic risk-averse models

Computers & Operations Research, Volume 131, 105280, ISSN 0305-0548

Mahsa Mohammadi, Shahrooz Shahparvari, Hamed Soleimani (2021).

Fleet routing and scheduling in bushfire emergency evacuation: A regional case study of the Black Saturday bushfires in Australia

Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Volume 67, 703-722, ISSN 1361-9209

Shahrooz Shahparvari, Babak Abbasi, Prem Chhetri, Ahmad Abareshi (2019).

Possibilistic scheduling routing for short-notice bushfire emergency evacuation under uncertainties: An Australian case study

Omega, Volume 72, 96-117, ISSN 0305-0483

Shahrooz Shahparvari, Babak Abbasi, Prem Chhetri (2017).

Key publications by year

  • Shahparvari, S., Bodaghi, B., Roozbeh, I., Mohammadi, M., Soleimani, H. and Chhetri,P., 2021. “A Cooperative (Or Coordinated) Multi-agency Response to Enhance the Effectiveness of Aerial Bushfire Suppression Operations.”International Journal of Disaster risk reduction. A Rank.
  • Chhetri, P., Javan, M., Soleimani, H., Shahparvari, S., Shamlou, A. 2021 “Closed Supply Net-work Modelling for End-of-Life Ship Re-manufacturing”.International Journal of LogisticsManagement. A Rank.
  • Mohammadi, M.,Shahparvari, S., Soleimani, H. 2021. “Multi-modal cargo logistics distribution problem: decomposition of the stochastic risk-averse models”.InternationalJournal of Computers Operations Research. A Rank.
  • Shahparvari, S., Soleimani, H., Govindan, H., Bodaghi, B., Fard, MT., Jafari, H. 2021. Closing the Loop: Redesigning Sustainable Reverse Logistics Network in Uncertain Supply Chains. International Journal of Computers and Industrial Engineering. A Rank.
  • Shahparvari, S., Fadaki, M., Chhetri, P., 2020. “Spatial Accessibility of Fire Stations for Enhancing Operational Response in Melbourne”. Journal of Fire Safety. Q1 Rank.
  • Shahparvari, S., Nasirian, A., Mohammadi, A, Noori, S., Chhetri, P. 2020. “A GIS-LP Integrated Approach for the Logistics Hub Location Problem”.International Journal of Computers and Industrial Engineering. A Rank.
  • Bodaghi, B., Shahparvari, S., Fadaki, M., Lau, K.H., Ekambaran, P., Chhetri, P. 2020. “Multi-ResourceScheduling and Routing for Emergency Recovery Operations”. Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. A Rank.
  • Asefi, H., Zhanh,Y., Lim, S., Maghrebi, M.,Shahparvari, S. 2020. “A multi-criteria decision support framework for municipal solid waste landfill siting: A case study of New South Wales (Australia)”. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. IF Factor: 1.903
  • Bodaghi, B., Palaneeswaran, E.,Shahparvari, S., Mohammadi, M. 2020. “Probabilistic al-location and scheduling of multiple resources for emergency operations; a Victorianbushfire case study”.Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 81, 101479. Q1 Rank.
  • Asefi, H.,Shahparvari, S., Chhetri, P. 2020. “Advances in the development of sustainable integrated Solid Waste Management systems: lesson learned on the adopted approachesin the last decade”.Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. Q1 Rank.
  • Asefi, H.,Shahparvari, S.., Chhetri, P. 2019. “Stochastic Time-Restricted Fleet Size and MixVehicle Routing Problem in Integrated Solid Waste Management”.Journal of SustainableCities and Society. Q1 Rank.
  • Asefi, H.,Shahparvari, S., Chhetri, P.,Lim, S., 2019. “Variable Fleet Size and Mix VRP withFleet Heterogeneity in Integrated Solid Waste Management”. Journal of Cleaner Produc-tion. A Rank.
  • Shahparvari, S., Abbasi, B., Chhetri, P. and Abareshi, A., 2019. “Fleet routing and scheduling bushfire emergency evacuation: A regional case study of the Black Saturday bushfiresin Australia”. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. A Rank.
  • Shahparvari, S., Bodaghi, B., 2018. “Risk reduction for distribution of the perishable res-cue items; A possibilistic programming approach”.International journal of disaster risk reduction. 31, 886-901, Elsevier. A Rank.
  • Shin, S-Ho, Kwon, O., Ruan, X., Chhetri, P., Lee, P.,Shahparvari, S., 2018. “Analyzing Sus-tainability Literature in Maritime Studies with Text Mining”.Sustainability. 10-10, MDPI.
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Awards

College of Business and Law Early Career Research Excellence Award, RMIT University

Award date: 2020

Recipients: Shahrooz Shahparvari

Dean’s Early Career Research Excellence Award, RMIT University

Award date: 2020

Recipients: Shahrooz Shahparvari

Key awards by year

  • College of Business and Law Early Career Research Excellence Award 2020 - RMIT University
  • Dean's Early Career Research Excellence Award 2020 - RMIT University
  • Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor High-Quality Publication Award 2016 - RMIT University
  • Best Paper Award - IEEE-IEEM Conference 2015
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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.