Amir Masoumi

Assistant Professor

Management & Marketing

I am an Assistant Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management in the Management & Marketing Department of Manhattan College. My general research interests include: Supply Chain Networks, Perishable Products Supply Chains, Healthcare Supply Chains, Blood Banking Systems, Pharmaceutical Supply Chains, Disaster Relief Systems, and Network Optimization.

Education

  • PHD, U. of Massachusetts Amherst
  • MS, Azad University of Tehran
  • BS, Isfahan University of Tech.

Courses Taught

  • MGMT 307    Operations and Quality Management
  • MBAC 612     Supply Chain Analysis
  • MGMT 475    Assimilating the Internship Experience in Management (Advised)
  • MKTG 475     Assimilating the Internship Experience in Marketing (Advised)
  • MBAE 602     Research (Advised)
  • Publications and Scholarly Activities
    • A supply chain generalized network oligopoly model for pharmaceuticals under brand differentiation and perishability, A. H. Masoumi, M. Yu, and A. Nagurney (2012), Transportation Research E 48(4), pp 762-780.
    • Supply chain network operations management of a blood banking system with cost and risk minimization, A. Nagurney, A. H. Masoumi, and M. Yu (2012), Computational Management Science 9(2), pp 205-231.
    • Supply chain network design of a sustainable blood banking system, A. Nagurney, and A. H. Masoumi (2012) in Sustainable Supply Chains: Models, Methods and Public Policy Implications, T. Boone, V. Jayaraman, and R. Ganeshan, Editors, International Series in Operations Research & Management Science 174, pp 49-70, Springer, London, England.
    • Networks Against Time: Supply Chain Analytics for Perishable Products, A. Nagurney, M. Yu, A.H. Masoumi, and L.S. Nagurney (2013) SpringerBriefs in Optimization, Springer, New York.
    • An integrated disaster relief supply chain network model with time targets and demand uncertainty, A. Nagurney, A. H. Masoumi, and M. Yu (2015) in Regional Science Matters: Studies Dedicated to Walter Isard, P. Nijkamp, A. Rose, and K. Kourtit, Editors, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, pp 287-318.
  • Honors, Awards, and Grants
    • Judith Liebman Award from the Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS), received at the INFORMS Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 7, 2013.
    • Nominated for the 2011-2012 Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA); the highest and the only student-driven recognition of teaching at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.