Yasamin Salmani is an assistant professor of Project & Operations Management with interests in Retailing and Supply Chain Optimization. She received her Ph.D. in Decision Sciences (Operations & Business Analytics) from Drexel University in May 2019.
She developed a novel analytic procedure to provide a structure for optimal investment decisions towards improving existing distribution channels in a supply chain. She is interested in utilizing analytical and operational research techniques to find solutions for real-world business problems. Her proposed methodology is applied to a U.S. manufacturing, multi-channel company. Currently, her research focuses on omnichannel retailing and service operations management.
Yasamin loves teaching as a profession and finds that teaching is a valuable complement to her research.
Ph D, Drexel University
M Sc, Allameh Tabatabai University
B Sc, Allameh Tabatabai University
Madraki, G.,Mousavian, S.,Salmani, Y., A theoretical framework to accelerate scheduling improvement heuristics using a new longest path algorithm in perturbed DAGs, International Journal of Production Economics, 2022.
Salmani, Y.,Partovi, F. Y., Channel-level resource allocation decision in multichannel retailing: A US multichannel company application, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 2021.
Kayedpour, F.,Sayadmanesh, S.,Salmani, Y.,Sadeghi, Z., Measuring the Efficiency and Productivity of Cement Companies in Tehran Stock Exchange by Data Envelopment Analysis and Malmquist Productivity Index in Gray Environment, Innovation Management and Operational Strategies, 2021.
Ariannezhad, A.,Karimpour, A.,Qin, X.,Wu, Y.,Salmani, Y., Handling Imbalanced Data for Real-Time Crash Prediction: Application of Boosting and Sampling Techniques, Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems, 2020.
Salmani, Y.,Partovi, F., The Application of a Resource Allocation Methodology in a Multi-channel Company, NEDSI, 2020.
Salmani, Y.,Partovi, F.,Banerjee, A., Customer-driven Investment Decisions in Existing Multiple Sales Channels: A Downstream Supply Chain Analysis, International Journal of Production Economics, 2018.
Salmani, Y.,Partovi, F.,Banerjee, A., Resource Allocation Decision in Improving Multiple Marketing Channels, NEDSI, 2018.
Salmani, Y.,Partovi, F.,Banerjee, A., A Downstream Supply Chain Analysis: Concentration on Customer-driven Channel Investment Decision, DSI, 2016.
Kariznoee, A.,Afshani, M.,Salmani, Y., Recognizing the Need For Outsourcing Process Using Rough Set Theory, Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, 2013.
Kariznoee, A.,Salmani, Y.,Derakhshan, S.,Bijandi, M., Using Ant Colony Simulation Algorithm in Optimal Route Selection for Transportation Issues in the Field of Municipal Services and Supply Chain, European Journal of Scientific Research, 2013.
Outstanding MBA Faculty Award, 2022
Faculty Reserach Merit Award, 2022
Northeast Decision Sciences Institute (NEDSI) Conference Best paper Award, 2018
Drexel University Outstanding Ph.D. Economics Research Paper Award, 2016
Operations management<br>Project management<br>Service operations management<br>Supply chain management
Omni-channel retailing optimization<br>Behavioral operations management<br>Downstream supply chain analysis<br>Service operations management<br>Operations-marketing interface
Decision Sciences Institute
Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences; Analytics Society; Decision Analysis Society; Women in ORMS Forum; Transportation Science and Logistics Society