Socio-Economic Planning Sciences
Predictive resilience of interdependent water and transportation infrastructures: A sociotechnical approach
Armin Rahimi-Golkhandan is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Center for Resilient and Sustainable Communities (C-RASC) at George Mason University. His experience is in transportation infrastructure and urban community resilience to natural disasters and routine failures. His research interests are in infrastructure resilience, human mobility, and smart cities.
Babak Aslani is a Ph.D. student in Systems Engineering and Operations Research at George Mason University. His research is focused on the resilience of interdependent infrastructure systems. His specific research interests include multi-objective optimization, evolutionary Algorithms, machine learning, and multi-criteria decision making.
Shima Mohebbi is an assistant professor in the Department of Systems Engineering and Operations Research and a core faculty of C-RASC (Center for Resilient and Sustainable Communities) at George Mason University. Her research interests include game theory, network optimization, simulation, and machine learning with applications in resilient infrastructure systems, sustainable water systems, and cyber-physical systems. Her research projects are supported by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Transportation.