Membre régulier
 
Navneet Vidyarthi
Concordia University, Decision Sciences and MIS Department
Bureau:
Concordia University, Molson Building, bureau 011-321
514 848-2424 # 2990
Thèmes de recherche:
1.1 Chaînes de valeur
1.2 Planification intégrée
2.2 Recherche opérationnelle
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Dernières publications
Aslani N., Kuzgunkaya O., Vidyarthi Navneet, Terekhov D., A robust optimization model for tactical capacity planning in an outpatient setting, Health Care Management Science, vol. 24(1), pp. 26-40, 2021

Bhatt S.D., Jayaswal S., Sinha A., Vidyarthi Navneet, Alternate second order conic program reformulations for hub location under stochastic demand and congestion, Annals of Operations Research, vol. 299, issue 1-2, pp. 1-47, 2021

Parajuli A., Kuzgunkaya O., Vidyarthi Navneet, The impact of congestion on protection decisions in supply networks under disruptions, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, papier 102166, vol. 145, 2021

Mosca A., Vidyarthi Navneet, Satir A., Integrated transportation–inventory models: A review, Operations Research Perspectives, papier 100101, vol. 6, 2019

Azizi N., Vidyarthi Navneet, Chauhan Satyaveer, Modelling and analysis of Hub-and-Spoke networks under stochastic demand and congestion, Annals of Operations Research, vol. 264(1), pp. 1-40, 2018

Ramamoorthy P., Jayaswal S., Sinha A., Vidyarthi Navneet, Multiple allocation hub interdiction and protection problems: Model formulations and solution approaches, European Journal of Operational Research, vol. 270(1), pp. 230-245, 2018

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Étudiants encadrés
Amel Monirian, MasoudDoctorat (Ph.D.), Génie industriel
Mahmoudzadeh Vaziri, ShabnamDoctorat (Ph.D.), Génie industriel
Malik, AdityaDoctorat (Ph.D.), Gestion de la chaîne d'approvisionnement
Parajuli, AnubhutiDoctorat (Ph.D.), Génie industriel

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Dernière mise à jour: 2021-10-20