Ali Fattahi joined the Carey Business School in Summer 2019 as an Assistant Professor in the research track. He received his PhD in Decisions, Operations & Technology Management at Anderson School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles. His research interests are in the areas of energy management and sustainability, mass customization, large-scale optimization, multi-objective optimization
- Ph. D, Decision, Operations and Technology Management, Anderson School of Business, University of California - Los Angeles
- MS, Industrial Engineering, Koc University
- BS, Industrial Engineering, Sharif University
- Fattahi, A, Dasu, S, Ahmadi, R (2022) "Peak Load Energy Management by Direct Load Control Contracts." Management Science. Accepted.
- Fattahi, A, Dasu, S, Ahmadi, R (2021) "Mass Customization and the Parts-Procurement Planning Problem." Management Science. Articles In Advance.
- Fattahi, A, Dasu, S, Ahmadi, R (2019) "Mass Customization and Forecasting Options' Penetration Rates Problem." Operations Research. 67(4): 1120–1134.
- Fattahi, A, Dasu, S, Ahmadi, R (2019) "The Weighted Non-Negative Least-Squares Problem with Implicitly Characterized Points." Operations Research. 67(4): 1106–1119.
- Fattahi, A, Turkay, M (2018) "A One Direction Search Method to Find the Exact Nondominated Frontier of Biobjective Mixed-Binary Linear Programming Problems." European Journal of Operational Research 266(2): 415-425.
- Fattahi, A, Turkay, M (2015) "On the MILP model for the U-shaped assembly line balancing problems." European Journal of Operational Research. 242(1): 343-346.
- Fattahi, A, Ghodsi, S, Dasu, S, Ahmadi, R. "Flattening Energy-Consumption Curves by Monthly Constrained Direct Load Control Contracts."
- Fattahi, A. "Electric Vehicles’ Managed Home-Charging Programs."
- Fattahi, A, Dada, M, Dai, T. "Subscriptions for Prescriptions: Implications and Execution of the “Netflix Model”."
- Advanced Business Analytics
- Innovation Field Project
Honors and distinctions
- POMS College of Sustainable Operations 2018 Best Student Paper Competition (2nd place).
- POMS College of Supply Chain Management 2018 Best Student Paper Competition (Finalist).
- Dissertation Year Fellowship. UCLA Graduate Education, 2018-19.
- Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 2016-17.
- Ziman Center's Howard and Irene Levine Program. 2016-17.
- Morrison Center for Marketing and Data Analytics, 2017-18.
- Geoffrion Art's fund for applied research, 2015-17.