PGCE, MSc, PhD
Senior Lecturer, Sustainability
Department of Systems Management and Strategy
Dr Mafakheri joined the University of Greenwich Business School as a lecturer in March 2011. She received a PhD in Management Science from HEC Montreal, the Business School of the University of Montreal in Canada. Before coming to UK, Dr Mafakheri was a visiting researcher at Yale University, USA.
Responsibilities within the university
Teaching and administrative activities
- Advanced project management
- Project planning
- Supply chain modelling and simulation
- Operations management.
Dr Fereshteh Mafakheri has presented papers in scientific conferences organised by INFORMS, Decision Sciences Institute, Operational Research Society and the Journal of Computational Management Science. She has served as a reviewer for several scientific journals and has worked as a session chair and stream organiser at various international conferences.
Dr Mafakheri is leading two RAE (Research Council) funded research projects investigating the economic and environmental performance of various coordination mechanisms in reverse supply chains. She is also supervising a number of postgraduate students' dissertations.
and Nasiri, Fuzhan (2014) Modeling of biomass-to-energy supply chain operations: Applications, challenges and research directions.
and Chauhan, Satyaveer (2012) Project-to-organization matching: an integrated risk assessment approach.
and Ghoniem, Ahmed (2011) Supplier selection-order allocation: A two stage multiple criteria dynamic programming approach.
and Mousavi, Mahmood (2008) Project agility assessment: An integrated decision analysis approach.
and Nasiri, Fuzhan (2007) Project delivery system selection under uncertainty: multicriteria multilevel decision aid model.
Recent conference presentations
and Nasiri, Fuzhan (2012) An analysis of equilibrium coordination incentives in reverse supply chains.
and Nasiri, Fuzhan (2011) Coordination in reverse supply chains.
and Breton, Michele (2009) A two stage multiple criteria-dynamic programming approach for supplier selection-order allocation.