Ph.D. student in Management Science
Office: Isenberg 231
Ph.D. Student in Management
Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2009-present
M.S. Industrial management, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran. September, 2006
B.S. Industrial Engineering, Bu Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran. November, 2002
Deterministic/stochastic modeling, Decomposition techniques in large scale mathematical programs, Airline scheduling, Production operations management, Supply Chain Management
Instructor, FINOPMGT 347 Introduction to Operations Management, UMass Amherst (Spring: 2012).
Teaching Assistant, FINOPMGT 347 Introduction to Operations Management, UMass Amherst (Fall: 2011).
FINOPMGT 497S Supply Chain Management, UMass Amherst (Spring: 2010-11).
On-site Project, Mahshahr Oil Product Terminal Revamp-Onshore, Machine-Sazi Arak Co.
Planning Manager (2008-2009).
Scheduling Analyst, Saipa Azin Co. (2006-2007).
Industrial Engineer, SAIPA Automotive Engineering & Technological Services Co. AETESCO (2005-2006).
Ghoniem, A. and Farhadi, F. (2012), Accelerated Branch-and-Price Algorithms.
Ghoniem, A., Farhadi, F. and Kharbache (2012), Optimizing Aircraft Sequencing at Doha International Airport.
Ghoniem, A. and Farhadi, F. (2012), Multiple-Runway Aircraft Sequencing Problems: Enhanced Formulations and Accelerated Column Generation Approach.
Al-Salem, A., Kharbache, M., Farhadi, F. and Ghoniem, A. (2012), Multiple-Runway Aircraft Sequencing Problems using Mixed-Integer Programming, Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL, May 2012.
A Decomposition Approach to Mixed-mode Multiple-runway Aircraft Sequencing Problems, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, November 15, 2011.
Outstanding Service Award, UMass Amherst Student Chapter of INFORMS, 2011, 2010 and 2009.