Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Computer Science
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
I received my bachelor and master degrees in Industrial Engineering from Azad University in 2011 and 2017, respectively. Currently, I am a PhD candidate at the optimisation research group of the school of computer science at the University of Adelaide.
My research interests mostly include the applications of Operations Research, Particularly in logistics as well as evolutionary computation.
Year Citation 2021 Nikfarjam, A., & Moosavi, A. (2021). An integrated (1, T) inventory policy and vehicle routing problem under uncertainty: an accelerated Benders decomposition algorithm. Transportation Letters, 13(2), 104-124.
2019 Moosavi, A., & Nikfarjam, A. (2019). A multi-path routing-inventory problem for a closed-loop supply chain considering the heterogeneous fleet of vehicles. International Journal of Sustainable Engineering, 12(3), 174-188.
2019 Rezaei, N., Ebrahimnejad, S., Moosavi, A., & Nikfarjam, A. (2019). A green vehicle routing problem with time windows considering the heterogeneous fleet of vehicles: Two metaheuristic algorithms. European Journal of Industrial Engineering, 13(4), 507-535.
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Year Citation 2021 Nikfarjam, A., Bossek, J., Neumann, A., & Neumann, F. (2021). Entropy-based evolutionary diversity optimisation for the traveling salesperson problem. In F. Chicano, & K. Krawiec (Eds.), Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO'21) (pp. 600-608). New York, NY: Association for Computing Machinery.
2017 Nikfarjam, A., Tayebi, H., & Ebrahimnejad, S. (2017). Applying an ordering policy in a two echelon inventory system to eliminate the uncertainty of poisson demand in the upstream level. In Proceedings of International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, CIE.
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