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Sara Saberi
Dr. Sara Saberi

 

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Biography: Sara Saberi is an Assistant Professor at the Foisie School of Business at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA.

She received her PhD in Business Administration with a major in Management Science and a minor in Industrial Engineering at the Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2016. Previously, she obtained a PhD in Industrial Engineering from University Putra, Malaysia in 2010. She received her Bachelor in Computer Engineering from Shiraz University, Iran in 2004 and her Master of Science in Socio-Economic Systems Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology, Iran in 2006.

Her research interests include: Future Internet, Game Theory, Supply Chain Networks, Network Optimization, Multi-criteria Decision- Making, Technology Management, and Multi-agent systems.

In 2017, she received a grant from APICS, jointly with Professor Joe Sarkis of WPI.

Sara is the recipient of an Isenberg Scholar Award for 2014 and for 2015.

Sara received the 2014-2015 Outstanding Doctoral Student Researcher Award from the Isenberg School.

Sara served as Secretary of the UMass Amherst INFORMS Student Chapter for 2011-2012 and Treasurer for 2013-2014.

Selected Publications:

A Competitive Multiperiod Supply Chain Network Model with Freight Carriers and Green Technology Investment Option
Sara Saberi, Jose M. Cruz, Joseph Sarkis, and Anna Nagurney, European Journal of Operational Research 266(3): (2018), pp 934-949.

Supply Chain Network Competition in Price and Quality with Multiple Manufacturers and Freight Service Providers
Anna Nagurney, Sara Saberi, Shivani Shukla, and Jonas Floden, Transportation Research E 77: (2015) pp 248-267.

A Game Theory Model for a Differentiated Service-Oriented Internet with Duration-Based Contracts
Anna Nagurney, Sara Saberi, Tilman Wolf, and Ladimer S. Nagurney, Proceedings of ICS 2015: Operations Research and Computing: Algorithms and Software for Analytics, Brian Borchers, J. Paul Brooks, and Laura McLay, Editors , INFORMS (2015) pp 15-29.

A Network Economic Game Theory Model of a Service-Oriented Internet with Price and Quality Competition in Both Content and Network Provision
Sara Saberi, Anna Nagurney, and Tilman Wolf, Service Science 6(4): December (2014) pp 229-250.

A Dynamic Network Economic Model of a Service-Oriented Internet with Price and Quality Competition
Anna Nagurney, Dong Li, Sara Saberi, and Tilman Wolf, in Network Models in Economics and Finance, V.A. Kalyagin, P.M. Pardalos, and T. M. Rassias, Editors, Springer International Publishing Switzerland (2014) pp 239-264.

A Network Economic Game Theory Model of a Service-Oriented Internet with Choices and Quality Competition
Anna Nagurney, Dong Li, Tilman Wolf, and Sara Saberi, Netnomics 14(1-2): (2013) pp 1-25.

A Dynamic Network Economic Model of a Service-Oriented Internet with Price and Quality Competition
Anna Nagurney, Dong Li, Sara Saberi, and Tilman Wolf, invited paper for Network Models in Economics and Finance conference volume, Athens, Greece, edited by Professors Bautin, Rassias, and Pardalos, Springer, Berlin, Germany.

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Last Update: August 22, 2018