Dr Shahrooz Shahparvari is a lecturer in Supply Chain and Logistics at the School of Accounting, Information Systems, and Supply Chain at RMIT University. He was previously as Pro-Vice-Chancellor's Postdoctoral research fellow in Supply Chain and Logistics in which he has developed and led several large-scale research projects.
Dr Shahparvari's research and teaching focus on technological transformations in supply chain and logistics and their implications to improve decisions making in businesses and not-for-profit organisations. His works focus as much on humanity as on developing cutting-edge technical and analytical practical robust solutions as resilient decision support systems to solve pressing contemporary supply chain problems.
He has published in top-tier Operations Research analytics journals including the international journal of management science (OMEGA), Transportation research part A, part D, E, Computers & operations research, Fire safety, Journal of disaster risk reduction, Australasian journal of information system, and various others. His research interests include decision support systems using advanced analytics, mathematical optimisation modelling, and statistical analysis in practical business planning procedures.