Ph.D. Student, Tepper School of Business
Areas of Study
Neda Mirzaeian is a Ph.D. student in operations management at the Tepper School of Business. Her research interest revolves around smart city operations. More specifically, Neda studies the potential effects of autonomous vehicles on various aspects of transportation, including highway traffic congestion and parking.
- Carnegie Mellon University – MS (Operations Management) - 2018
- University of Pittsburgh – MS (Industrial Engineering) - 2016
- Sharif University of Technology – BS (Industrial Engineering) - 2013
- A Queueing Model and Analysis for Autonomous Vehicles on Highways
(Authors: Neda Mirzaeian, Soo-Haeng Cho, Alan Scheller-Wolf)
Submitted to Management Science
2019 IBM Best Student Paper Award
- Can Autonomous Vehicles Solve the Commuter Parking Problem?
(Authors: Neda Mirzaeian, Soo-Haeng Cho, Sean Qian)
- Presidential Fellowship in the Tepper School of Business, 2019-20
- First place, IBM Best Student Paper Award in Service Science, 2019
- Winner, Presidential Fellowship in the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, 2019
- Winner, INFORMS Judith Liebman Award, 2018