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This year’s edition of the American Cancer Society fundraising event at Merrimack will be held in part to honor the late Kevin Salemme ’95.
Associate Professor, Civil Engineering
My primary research goals are directed toward developing new technologies and decision-making tools to advance analysis and design of complex dynamic systems. My interdisciplinary works apply elegant mathematical models and advanced simulation techniques for decision support in design, construction and operation of infrastructure systems.
Asgari, S., Song, X., and Odeh, I. (2017). “Managing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Civil Infrastructure Projects Using Green Performance Bond.” In International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure, New York City. NY.
Blackwood, J., Asadi, S., Mohammadpour, A., Karan, E., and Asgari, S. (2017). “Stochastic Optimization Model for Sustainable Water Treatment with Minimal Energy Use.” International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, Seattle. WA.
Asgari, S., Awwad, R., Kandil, A., and Odeh, I. (2016). “Impact of Considering Need for Work and Risk on Performance of Construction Contractors: An Agent-based Approach.” Journal of Automation in Construction.
Asgari, S., Kandil, A. and Odeh, I. (2016). “Optimal Risk Attitude for Construction Contractors in Competitive Bidding Environments.” 2016 Construction Research Congress (CRC), San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Awwad, R., Asgari, S., and Kandil, A. (2014). “Developing a Virtual Laboratory for Construction Bidding Environment Using Agent-based Modeling.” Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering.
Asgari, S., Afshar, A., and Madani, K. (2013). “Cooperative Game Theoretic Framework for Joint Resource Management in Construction.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.