Tel: +98 21 7749 1216 - E-Mail: TSL @ iust.ac.ir

2013

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Dr. Morteza Bagheri earned a PhD from the University of Waterloo, Canada, and did his postdoctoral research at McGill University, Canada. He received his M.Sc. degree at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.

He is an Assistant Professor of the School of Railway Engineering at Iran University of Science and Technology , and his fields of research interest include, Transportation Safety, Risk Analysis and Safety Management, Multimodal Transportation and Management of Logistics and Transportation.

Dr. Bagheri is currently a member of multiple research institutes such as the Interuniversity Research Centre on Enterprise Networks, Logistics and Transportation (CIRRELT); Society for Risk Analysis (SRA); Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE); Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE); American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS).

Recently, he was a co-Chairman of The third International Conference on Recent Advances in Railway Engineering (ICRARE2013).

Subject: Participating in Seminars, Why? How?

At Conference room, the third floor, School of Railway Engineering, IUST.

On Monday Esfand 5th.

From 13:30 to 14:30.

Seminars\Lectures generally are an efficient way of reaching a large group so they are common at university. Students sometimes fail to get the most from seminars because they misunderstand their purpose and expect to be given all the answers.

Seminars\Lectures are designed to:

  • Give a way in to a topic – an intro or overview
  • Summarise the key ideas, principles, or controversies
  • Stimulate your own thinking
  • Provide you with reading and ideas to follow up afterwards

You might think of Seminars\lectures like the warm-up stretches you do to prepare yourself before playing sport or doing exercise. You need them to get moving, but you then go on to do more active training (or studying).

Coming into a Seminar\lecture unprepared – especially if it is on an entirely new topic – can soon leave you struggling to follow the lecturer and awash in a sea of unfamiliar terms and ideas. Doing a little preparation beforehand can help you follow the Seminar\lecture by giving you a basic framework onto which you can hang all the new information.

 

Arash Profile1

Dr. Arash Shahi is a post-doctoral fellow at University of Waterloo, a world-renowned institution for its engineering research, focussing on data management and data fusion for automated construction management applications. Dr. Shahi has also worked for two-years as a Teaching Developer at Center for Teaching Excellence at Waterloo and instructed a number of courses in Civil Engineering at University of Waterloo and recently at AmirKabir University in Tehran. Prior to starting his fellowship at University of Waterloo, Dr. Shahi was a Senior Product Manager at Coreworx, a global leader in project information management software for capital projects, and was responsible for the Cost and Performance Management product.

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More: Exceptional teaching by a student award recipient, 2012

         Make Your Lecture Memorable!— Arash Shahi

Subject: Data Management systems in Major Capital Projects

Third floor, School of Railway Engineering, IUST.

On Monday, Esfand 19th

From 13:30 to 14:30.

Sharing research data is necessary for collaboration within a research network and is required by funding agencies, such as the National Science Foundation (NSF), that are enforcing the scientific method and ethics associated with data management and sharing. However, methods and infrastructure for supporting construction research data management are currently underdeveloped; emphasizing the need for developing effective and efficient means for managing and sharing research data.  A review of existing data management models reveals that there is currently no effective universal system for sharing the data obtained from construction research endeavours.  In this presentation, Dr. Shahi presents electronic product and process management systems (EPPMS) as a construction research data management and sharing approach.  The developed EPPMS is a web-based system that utilizes workflows that can automate the collection, authorization, and dissemination of construction research data.  A comparative analysis of the developed system to the existing web-based cloud and web-based share point systems indicates that an EPPMS offers a more fitting solution for construction research data management.

 

Arash Profile1

Dr. Shahi is an experienced Civil Engineer and completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Civil and Structural Engineering and his Ph.D. in Construction Management, all at the University of Waterloo. Arash has over 20 publications and has presented his work in the field of automated project controls and project information management at various Canadian and International conferences. He has also served on the Portfolio Level Project Management CII (Construction Industry Institute) research team.

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Speaker: Melody Khadem Sameni

 

Subject: Systematic Innovation in Transportation

Where: Third floor, School of Railway Engineering, IUST. (use the below map)

When: on Monday, Ordibehesht 1st.

From 13:30 to 14:30.

 

Abstract:

  • Innovation: Chance or choice?
  • How to solve transportation problems with innovation?
  • What is the matrix of contradictions?
  • What are the 40 rules extracted from 200 thousands patents?
  • Innovations in transportation from around the world…

 

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Dr. Melody Khadem Sameni

Doctor of Philosophy, Civil Engineering

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Award winner from the institution  of Civil Engineers, London, UK at “Innovate to Survive Competition” in 2010

 

Arash Profile1

Dr. Shahi is an experienced Civil Engineer and completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Civil and Structural Engineering and his Ph.D. in Construction Management, all at the University of Waterloo. Arash has over 20 publications and has presented his work in the field of automated project controls and project information management at various Canadian and International conferences. He has also served on the Portfolio Level Project Management CII (Construction Industry Institute) research team.

   Download  CV

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Speaker: Mohammad Ghanbari 

 

Subject: The Best Practice for Industry-University Collaboration: Co-operative Education

Where: Third floor, School of Railway Engineering, IUST. (use the below map)

When: on Monday, 8th Ordibehesht 

From 13:30 to 14:30.

Abstract:

  • How to bridge Knowledge and Experience?
  • What is Co-operative Education?
  • What kind of job placement students get?

Dr. Mohammad Ghanbari

Computer Science and Finance

Waterloo

Quantitative Developer at ING Nederland

Developer at Merrill Lynch, Bank of America

Computer System Analyst at Shell Oil Company

 

 

در روز دوشنبه مورخ 8/2/93 جلسه چهارم از سلسله سمینارهای “آزمایشگاه حمل و نقل و لجستیک” در آمفی تئاتر دانشکده راه آهن برگزار شد. موضوع این جلسه “کارآموزی کلید ارتباط بین دانشگاه و صنعت” بود که برای آینده کاری دانشجویان و همچنین کارآموزی آنها می توانست مثمر ثمر واقع شود. مهندس قنبری که به عنوان ارائه دهنده در این جلسه انتخاب شده بود فارغ التحصیل دانشگاه واترلو کانادا است و سابقه کار در شرکت هایی چون بیمه ING، بانک آمریکا و شرکت شل کانادا را در رزومه کاری خود دارد. حضور بیش از 70 نفری دانشجویان مقطع کارشناسی و کارشناسی ارشد از نقاط مثبت این جلسه به شمار می آمد. در پایان نیز، جلسه با پرسش و پاسخ دانشجویان به اتمام رسید.

Ghanbari (2) Ghanbari (5) Ghanbari (8)

 

 

 

 

 

Arash Profile1

Dr. Arash Shahi is a post-doctoral fellow at University of Waterloo, a world-renowned institution for its engineering research, focussing on data management and data fusion for automated construction management applications. Dr. Shahi has also worked for two-years as a Teaching Developer at Center for Teaching Excellence at Waterloo and instructed a number of courses in Civil Engineering at University of Waterloo and recently at AmirKabir University in Tehran. Prior to starting his fellowship at University of Waterloo, Dr. Shahi was a Senior Product Manager at Coreworx, a global leader in project information management software for capital projects, and was responsible for the Cost and Performance Management product.

       Download CV

 

More: Exceptional teaching by a student award recipient, 2012

             Make Your Lecture Memorable!— Arash Shahi

Dr. Mohammad Ghanbari

Computer Science and Finance

Waterloo

Quantitative Developer at ING Nederland

Developer at Merrill Lynch, Bank of America

Computer System Analyst at Shell Oil Company

 

 

در روز دوشنبه مورخ 8/2/93 جلسه چهارم از سلسله سمینارهای “آزمایشگاه حمل و نقل و لجستیک” در آمفی تئاتر دانشکده راه آهن برگزار شد. موضوع این جلسه “کارآموزی کلید ارتباط بین دانشگاه و صنعت” بود که برای آینده کاری دانشجویان و همچنین کارآموزی آنها می توانست مثمر ثمر واقع شود. مهندس قنبری که به عنوان ارائه دهنده در این جلسه انتخاب شده بود فارغ التحصیل دانشگاه واترلو کانادا است و سابقه کار در شرکت هایی چون بیمه ING، بانک آمریکا و شرکت شل کانادا را در رزومه کاری خود دارد. حضور بیش از 70 نفری دانشجویان مقطع کارشناسی و کارشناسی ارشد از نقاط مثبت این جلسه به شمار می آمد. در پایان نیز، جلسه با پرسش و پاسخ دانشجویان به اتمام رسید.

Ghanbari (2) Ghanbari (5) Ghanbari (8)

 

 

 

 

 

2014

2017

 PTV Viswalk Workshop

 

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Mr.Raoufi

Second part of the PTV workshop hold in TSL by PTV group Representative, Mr.Raoufi. The workshop started at 9:00 and ended at 16:00.it had 2 parts, in first part an introduction about PTV group and its products, by focusing on PTV Viswalk software and in second part Mr.Raoufi explained detail about the software and practical learning. At the end of the session, TSL members ask their questions and problems about the software.

 

 

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