E-mail : msadatisabanciuniv.edu
- Doctor of Philosophy (Industrial Engineering and Operation Management), College of Engineering, Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey (2018).
- Master of Science (Industrial Engineering), Faculty of Engineering, Urmia University, Urmia, Iran (2014).
- Bachelor of Science (Industrial Engineering), Tabriz University, Tabriz, Iran (2012).
Areas of Interest :- Vehicle Routing - Green Logistics - Transportation - Metaheuristics
Membership :- Association of European Operational Research Societies (EURO) - EURO Working Group on Vehicle Routing and Logistics (VeRoLog) - Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) - Operational Research Society-Turkey (YAD)
Before SU Publications:
Mir Ehsan Hesam Sadati, Deniz Aksen and Necati Aras (2020) “The r-interdiction selective multi-depot vehicle routing problem”, International Transactions in Operational Research 27 (2),835-866.
Deniz Aksen, Temel Öncan and Mir Ehsan Hesam Sadati (2018), “An Empirical Investigation of Four Well-Known Polynomial-Size VRP Formulations” Unpublished paper
Javad Nematian and Mir Ehsan Hesam Sadati (2015) “New methods for solving a vertex p-center problem with uncertain demand-weighted distance: A real case study”, International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations 6, no. 2, 253-266.
Mir Ehsan Hesam Sadati, Ali Doniavi and Abbas Samadi (2014) “Possibility theory for multiobjective fuzzy random portfolio optimization”, Decision Science Letters 3, no. 3, 305-318.
Mir Ehsan Hesam Sadati and Ali Doniavi (2014) “Optimization of Fuzzy Random Portfolio selection by Implementation of Harmony Search Algorithm”, International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 8, no. 2, 60-64.
Mir Ehsan Hesam Sadati and Jamshid Bagherzadeh Mohasefi (2013) “The Application of Imperialist Competitive Algorithm for Fuzzy Random Portfolio Selection Problem”, International Journal of Computer Applications 79, no. 9, 10-14.
Mir Ehsan Hesam Sadati and Javad Nematian (2013) “Two-level linear programming for fuzzy random portfolio optimization through possibility and necessity-based model”, Procedia Economics and Finance 5, 657-666.