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Proven ability in applying
optimization techniques and developing mathematical models.
knowledge of Mathematical Programming methods in Transportation.
Familiar with finance and economic
issues such as the Long Range Capital Facilities Plan, Value
Pricing Strategies and Transportation Investment Plans.
Competent in design, development,
and marketing of technical software.
in programming languages: FORTRAN, PROLOG, GISDK, VBScript, etc.
in using travel demand forecasting, traffic macro and micro simulation
B.Sc. Mathematics, National
University of Iran,
MSc. Mathematics, University
of Birmingham, UK,
MSc. Operations Research, University
of Birmingham, UK,
Ph.D. Applied Operations Research,
University of Birmingham, UK,
Registered Professional Engineer
in States of Arizona and Michigan, USA.
PE and Engineering Record Verification,
NCEES, No. .
The Corradino Group, USA
Panama Designed an automated process using the VB Script in MS Excel
to analyze the traffic and to estimate revenue of the existing toll
roads over the next fifteen years based on economic indicators.
Used Citilabs Cube Voyager scripting language to develop a methodology,
a framework and a prototype model for modeling High Occupancy Toll HOT
Lanes in Florida. The model incorporated the economic theory of toll
Michigan Leading staff person for the development and calibration
of the travel demand model and a land use forecasting model using the
TransCAD software. Coded in GISDK, tested and evaluated alternative
transportation investment plans.
District Greater Treasure Coast Regional Planning Model III
Developed a fivecounty fourstep travel demand forecasting model
in Cube Voyager.
District I Managed Lanes Pilot Study Simulated several locations
and freeway interchanges of I in the CORSIM microsimulation modeling
Planning Department City
of Phoenix, USA
Infrastructure Finance Team with the evaluation of requests and associated
studies submitted by developers to reduce street impact fees.
northern and southern impact fee plans and recalculated the street impact
fee based on traffic studies.
Project Manager for the Desert
View Impact fee Study.
Promoted to the Planner III
temporary position to assist with the transportation related issues
of the InfrastructureFinancing Plans.
a study for projections of future major streets, bridges and interchanges
demand in the northern and southern impact fee areas using EMME/ modeling.
Served as a liaison between
the Planning, Street Transportation, and Maricopa association of Governments
MAG on technical transportation issues.
Impact studies using CORSIM microsimulation modeling for large residential,
commercial and employment developments in conjunction with rezoning
and General Plan amendments.
arterial connection designs for the Sonoran Parkway corridor in northeast
Phoenix using CORSIM model.
Attended Village Planning Committee,
Planning Commission and City Council meetings on behalf of City of Phoenix.
Assisted the update of the
Circulation Element of the General plan and selected for the Team Excellence
lecturer and Consultant
Research, Transportation Engineering, Applied Mathematics and Statistics
courses for postgraduate degrees.
head of Highway &Transportation group Tarbiat Modarres University
and supervisor of several MSc theses.
Manager for shortterm projects such as, Lowcost Engineering Improvements
and Installation of Traffic Control Devices at the first all directional
interchange in Tehran.
As Team leader
led a team engineers to carry out the Master plan studies for the cities
of Tabriz and Orumiyeh.
Tehran Transportation &
Traffic Organization TTTO
Deputy Director of TTTO and
the head of Studies and Planning Department. Responsible for managing
more than staff of engineers and planners.
Negotiated with foreign companies
and consultants who tendered for Tehran comprehensive Transportation
& Traffic Studies.
Supervised more than short
and medium term planning studies and planning projects during the tenure.
Computer Department Mott
MacDonald Group, UK
As project engineer had responsibility
for design and development of a graphical interface shell for the CONTRAM
Responsible for marketing and
maintenance of the CONTRAM suite and its graphic interface shell.
Responsible for adding a tool
to CONTRAM for modeling incidents on motorways and the effects of route
guidance techniques for the TRL.
Provided technical support
to planners, engineers and economists at Mott MacDonald on software
operated by them.
Engaged as a member of the
road maintenance study team of Gibraltar road maintenance studies for
the Department of Trade and Industry of Gibraltar.
Research Assistant & Fellow
University of Birmingham,
a Research Fellow grade A, to do research on the development of Expert
Systems to enhance and optimize the existing highway appraisal and road
maintenance priority models for the World Bank.
knowledgebased systems in the microcomputer version of Prolog known
as TurboProlog sponsored by Science and Engineering Research Council
SERC. The objective was to integrate economic appraisal using World
Bank HDMIII model with road maintenance management tasks evaluated
using BSM system.
As a research
Assistant, carried out research in the applications of Operations Research
techniques in optimizing road expenditures. The focus of the work was
the development of an optimization model for the design of the rural
road networks in developing countries such as India. Also a computer
package was written, in Fortran , to aid investment planning in rural
areas of developing countries.