Ramin Raeesi

PhD student, Associate Lecturer

Research Overview

My main areas of research interest include:

  • Models and solution algorithms for the green vehicle routing and scheduling problem
  • Combinatorial optimization and heuristic/meta-heuristic algorithms
  • Green logistics through the the exploitation of cleaner alternative fuels

A green routing problem (GRP): optimizing CO2 emissions and costs from a bi-fuel vehicle fleet
Salimifard, K., Raeesi, R. 2014 In: International Journal of Advanced Operations Management. 6, 1, p. 27-57. 31 p.
Journal article

Eco-logistics: environmental and economic implications of alternative fuel vehicle routing problem
Raeesi, R., O’Sullivan, M.J. 2014 In: International Journal of Business Performance and Supply Chain Modelling. 6, 3-4, p. 276–297. 22 p.
Journal article

Understanding the interactions among the barriers to entrepreneurship using interpretive structural modeling
Raeesi, R., Dastranj, M., Mohammadi, S., Rasuli, E. 17/06/2013 In: International Journal of Business and Management. 8, 13, p. 56-72. 17 p.
Journal article

Developing a grey activity based costing method (G-ABC) to capture the inherent uncertainty in identifying cost drivers’ consumption rates
Raeesi, R., Amini, A. 2013 In: Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal. 17, 2, p. 41-56. 16 p.
Journal article

Green transportation and the role of operations research
Salimifard, K., Shahbandarzadeh, H., Raeesi, R. 2012
Conference paper

Using a modified extension of mixed fuzzy and crisp axiomatic design method in vendor selection for supply chain: (In Persian)
Shahbandarzadeh, H., Jafarnejad, A., Raeesi, R. 2012 In: Journal of Industrial Management. 7, 3, p. 37-54.
Journal article