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Delaram  Heydarian

Delaram Heydarian

PhD Candidate, Management Science


Delaram Heydarian is a first year Ph.D. candidate in Management Science at the University of Miami. Before joining the Miami Herbert Business School, Delaram earned her Master of Science in Industrial and System Engineering from University of Tehran and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Sharif University of Technology in Iran. During her masters, her thesis, Location Optimization of Bioethanol Plants (Corn-based) in Iran by a Unique Hybrid DEA-ANN Algorithm was well appreciated by the experts in this area. Now, her primary research interest lies in Decision Making under Uncertainty, Multi-Criteria Optimization, Stochastic Process, Resilience Engineering, and Discrete-event Simulation.

Featured Publications

  • • Ali Azadeh, Delaram Heydarian, Keivan Nemati, Reza Yazdanparast (2018) “Design and Performance Optimization of Resilient Human Resource Management system in a coal Mine Industry”, International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management

    • Delaram Heydarian, Fariborz Jolai (2018) “Simulation Optimization of Operator Allocation Problem with Learning Effects and Server Breakdown under Uncertainty”, Journal of Production and Manufacturing Research

    • Niloufar Akbarian Saravi, Reza Yazdanparast, Omid Momeni, Delaram Heydarian, Fariborz Jolai (2019) “Location optimization of agricultural residues-based biomass plant using Z-number DEA”, Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Teaching and Professional Experience

  • Research Assistant, Industrial and System Engineering Department, University of Tehran, 2014 – 2016
  • Supply Chain Analyst, Ofogh Koorosh Co, Tehran, Iran, 2018-2019


  • Ph.D., Management Science, Miami Herbert Business School, 2024 (expected)
  • M.S., Industrial and System Engineering, University of Tehran, 2017
  • B.S., Mathematics, Sharif University of Technology, 2013

Honors and Awards

  • University of Miami Fellowship Award Recipient, 2019 – Present
Delaram  Heydarian


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