Dr. Amin Khademi
Department of Industrial Engineering
Phone: (864) 656-6919
B.S., Industrial Engineering
M.S., Social-Economical Systems Engineering
Ph.D., Industrial Engineering
Applied and Theoretical Operations Research, Stochastic Processes and Markov Decision Processes, Dynamic Programming and Approximation Schemes in Operations Research, Health Care, Medical Decision Making
Courses TaughtIE 2800: Methods in Operations Research Ӏ
IE 3810: Probabilistic Operation Research
IE 8800: Advanced Methods in Operations Research
Selected PublicationsKhademi, A., Braithwaite, S., Saure, D., Schaefer, A., Roberts, M., Nucifora, K., “Should expectations about the rate of new antiretroviral drug development impact the timing of HIV treatment initiation and expectations about treatment benefits,” PLoS ONE 9(6): e98354.
Kessler, J., Myers, J., Nucifora, K., Mensah, N., Kowalski, A., Sweeney, M., Toohey, C., Khademi, A., Shepard, C., Cutler, B., Braithwaite, S., “Averting HIV infections in New York City: A modeling approach estimating the future impact of additional behavioral and biomedical HIV prevention strategies,’’ PLoS ONE 8(9): e73269.
Kessler, J., Myers, J., Nucifora, K., Mensah, N., Toohey, C., Khademi, A., Cutler, B., Braithwaite, S., “Evaluating the impact of prioritization of antiretroviral pre-exposure prophylaxis in New York City,’’ AIDS 28(18): 2683-2691.
Recipient of the Seth Bonder Scholarship for Health Care given by INFORMS, 2012
Finalist of the Pierskalla Award given by the Health Applications Society of INFORMS, 2012
Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
The Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (MSOM)