Ramin RaeesiPhD student, Associate Lecturer
My research interests include Combinatorial Optimisation with a focus on Vehicle Routing and Scheduling Problems, Multi-Objective Optimisation, Heuristic and Meta-heuristic algorithms, and Green Logistics.
Lancaster University Management School PhD Scholarship
Teaching assistant in:
- MSCI 100: Introduction to Business Analytics – Michaelmas term
- MSCI 242 Spreadsheet Modelling for Business Analytics - Michaelmas term
- MSCI 224: Techniques for Management Decision Making – Lent term
My current research is centred around models and solution algorithms for the multi-objective Steiner Pollution Routing Problem, and also new ways of tackling the issue of range anxiety of Electric Commercial Vehicles in Electric Vehicle Routing Problems.
Professor Konstantinos Zografos
The Time-and-Load-Dependent Steiner Pollution Routing Problem
Public Lecture/ Debate/Seminar
Participation in conference
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment (Journal)
- Centre for Transportation Systems & Logistics (CENTRAL)