Mohamad Darayi

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Assistant Professor of Systems Engineering, Engineering
Main Building, 220 D

Mohamad Darayi earned his Ph.D. in industrial and systems engineering from the University of Oklahoma, M.S. in industrial engineering from Tarbiat Modares University, and B.S. in industrial engineering from University of Tabriz. His principal research interests and key publications lie in (i) infrastructure network resilience and (ii) system simulation modeling and analysis applications in healthcare, manufacturing, supply chain, and logistics management. As a member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) and the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), he has showcased his work at multiple international conferences.

  • System Resilience
  • Interdependent Infrastructure Networks
  • Data-Driven Decision Making
  • System Modeling and Simulation

Selected Publications

Darayi, M., Pant, R., Barker, C., and N. Morshedlou. 2020. Investing in Absorptive Capacity in Interdependent Infrastructures and Industry Sectors. Journal of Infrastructure Systems, 26 (1): 04019032.

Darayi, M., Barker, K., and C. Nicholson. 2019. A Multi-Industry Economic Impact Perspective on Adaptive Capacity Planning in a Freight Transportation Network. International Journal of Production Economics, 208: 356-368.

Darayi, M., K. Barker, and J.R. Santos. 2017. Components Importance Measures for Multi-Industry Vulnerability of a Freight Transportation Network. Networks and Spatial Economics 17(4): 1111-1136.

Whitman, M.G., K. Barker, J. Johansson, and M. Darayi. 2017. Component Importance for Multi-Commodity Networks: Applications in the Swedish Railway. Computers and Industrial Engineering 112(1): 274-288.

Darayi, M., H. Eskandari, and C.D. Geiger. 2013. Supply Chain Channel Coordination Under Sales Rebate Return Policy Contracts Using Simulation Optimization. Scientia Iranica Transaction E-Industrial Engineering, 21(6): 2295-2306.

Darayi, M., H. Eskandari, and C.D. Geiger. 2013. Using Simulation-Based Optimization to Improve the Performance at a Tire Manufacturing Company. QScience Connect, 13.

Goodini, A., M. Torabi, M. Goodarzi, R. Safdari, M. Darayi, M. Tavassoli, M. Shabani. 2012. The Simulation Model of Teleradiology in Telemedicine Project. The Healthcare Manager, 34(1): 69-75.

Sadjadi, S., R. Soltani, M. Izadkhah, F. Saberian, M. Darayi, 2011. A New Nonlinear Stochastic Staff Scheduling Model. Scientia Iranica Transaction E-Industrial Engineering, 18(3): 699-710.

Moghadam M.G., B. Karimi, and M. Darayi. 2011. A Simulation Study of Logistics and Manufacturing Activities in an Automotive Supply Chain. 41st International Conference on Computer and Industrial Engineering, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 23-26, October 2011: 74-79.

Eskandari, H., M. Darayi, and C.D. Geiger. 2010. Using Simulation Optimization as a Decision Support Tool for Supply Chain Coordination with Contracts. In Proceedings of the 2010 Winter Simulation Conference, B. Johansson, S. Jain, J. Montoya-Torres, J. Hugan, and E. Yucesan, eds., Baltimore, MD, USA, Dec 5-8, 2010: 1306-1317.

B.S., Industrial Engineering, University of Tabriz

M.S., Industrial Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University

Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Oklahoma