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Fahimeh Rahmanniyaychomachaei

Department:
Management Science & Info Sys
Title:
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Location:
McCormack Hall, Floor 05
Phone:
617.287.7730

Biography

Fahimeh Chomachaei is an assistant professor in the Management Science and Information Systems department at the College of Management, University of Massachusetts Boston. She became a part of the department upon completing her Ph.D. from the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee Knoxville in 2022. Her primary research areas include sustainable operations management, supply chain management, and data-driven decision-making. Her research is rooted in addressing real-world problems, utilizing analytical and empirical methods to explore issues at the intersection of business and the environment. Before starting her academic career, she worked as a business analyst and data scientist at consulting and EPC companies for five years.

Area of Expertise

Optimization, Sustainability, Empirical study, Game theory

Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Management Science, University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business
  • MSc. in Industrial Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • MSc. in Operations Research, University of Tehran, College of Engineering
  • BSc. in Industrial Engineering, Sharif University of Technology

Professional Publications & Contributions

  • Chomachaei, F., Gal-Or, E., Letizia, P. and Roma, P., 2024. The economic viability of the sharing economy business model and its environmental impact. European Journal of Operational Research.
  • Chomachaei, F.R. and Golmohammadi, D., 2023. The impact of the stringency of environmental policy on a firm's financial performance: an empirical study of European automobile manufacturers. The International Journal of Logistics Management.
  • Rahmanniyay, F., Razmi, J. and Yu, A.J., 2020. An interactive multi-objective fuzzy linear programming model for hub location problems to minimize cost and delay time in a distribution network. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management37(1), pp.79-105.
  • Rahmanniyay, F., Yu, A.J. and Seif, J., 2019. A multi-objective multi-stage stochastic model for project team formation under uncertainty in time requirements. Computers & Industrial Engineering132, pp.153-165.
  • Rahmanniyay, F. and Yu, A.J., 2019. A multi-objective stochastic programming model for project-oriented human-resource management optimization. International Journal of Management Science and Engineering Management14(4), pp.231-239.
  • Seif, J., Yu, A.J. and Rahmanniyay, F., 2018. Modeling and optimization of a bi-objective flow shop scheduling with diverse maintenance requirements. International Journal of Production Research56(9), pp.3204-3225.
  • Razmi, J. and Rahmanniya, F., 2013. Design of distribution network using hub location model with regard to capacity constraint and service level. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management16(4), pp.386-398.

Additional Information

Courses:

  • BUSADM 782–Optimization for Data Science
  • MSIS 682 – Linear Programming
  • MSIS 301– OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
  • SCSM 450 – Service Operations Management
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