fb pixel

Farzad Zaerpour

Farzad Zaerpour Title: Assistant Professor
Office: 4BC07
Building: Buhler
Email: f.zaerpour@uwinnipeg.ca


Farzad Zaerpour is an assistant professor at the Department of Business and Administration, The University of Winnipeg and an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. He holds an M.Sc. in Supply Chain Management from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University and a PhD in Operations and Supply Chain Management from Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary. Prior to joining The University of Winnipeg, Dr. Zaerpour was an Operations Research Associate in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary.



BUS-1201-Intro to Business I
BUS-2501 Fund Prod Oper Mgmt

Research Interests:

Healthcare Operations Research
Combinatorial and Robust Optimization
Supply Chain Management
Empirical Research


Zaerpour, F., D.P. Bischak, M.B.C. Menezes, A. McRae, E. Lang (2019) “Patient classification based on volume and case-mix in the emergency department and their association with performance”, Health Care Management Science (forthcoming)
Zaerpour, F., D.P. Bischak, M.B.C. Menezes (2017) “Coordinated lab-clinics: A tactical assignment problem in healthcare”, European Journal of Operational Research 263 (1), 283-294
Zareei, A., F. Zaerpour, M. Bagherpour, A.A. Noora, A.H. Vencheh (2011). “A New Approach for Solving Fuzzy Critical Path Problem Using Analysis of Events”. Expert Systems with Applications 38 (1), 87-93
Mazdeh, M., F. Zaerpour, A. Zareei, A. Hajinezhad (2010). “Parallel Machines Scheduling to Minimize Job Tardiness and Machine Deteriorating Cost with Deteriorating Jobs”. Applied Mathematical Modeling Journal 34 (6), 1498-1510
Mazdeh, M., F. Zaerpour, F. Firouzi Jahantigh (2010). “A fuzzy modeling for single machine scheduling problem with deteriorating jobs”. International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations 1 (2), 147-156
Jafari, A. M. Jafarian, A. Zareei, F. Zaerpour (2008). “Using fuzzy Delphi method in maintenance strategy selection problem”. Journal of Uncertain Systems 2 (4), 289-298