Farshid Reza Haghighi

Farshid Reza Haghighi

فرشيدرضا حقيقي
Email:  haghighi[at]iust.ac.ir
Website:  https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=vGC_7A0AAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Assistant Professor


 
Qualifications

·    PhD, Civil Engineering, Transportation Planning Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, 2011

·    M.Sc., Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering and Project Management, Iran University of Science and Technology, 2006

·      M.Sc., Civil Engineering, Transportation Planning Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, 2004

·      B.Sc. civil engineering, Babol Noushiravani University of Technology, 2001

 
Research Interests

  • Traffic Management & Signal Setting  
  • Traffic Safety
  • Sustainable Transport
  • ITS, Intelligent transportation system
  • Traffic Assignment & Equilibrium
  • Optimization in Transportation Problems
  • Pricing and Value Engineering

 
Honors and Awards
 
Previous and Present Positions
 
Professional Membership
 
Teaching Experiences
 
Publications
  1. Gholamreza Abdollahzadeh, Farshidreza Haghighi, Mohammad Javad Taheri Amiri, "The appraisal of the risk in the bridges of Babolsar through the ANP & FSAW methods", The Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science, Vol 8, Issue 2, 137-152, 2013.
  2. Daryoosh Yoosefi Kebria, Gholamreza Darvishi, Farshidreza Haghighi“Estimation of air pollution in urban streets by modeling of PM10, O3 and CO pollutants according to regression method (Case study- Yadegar and Azadi streets intersection, Tehran, Iran)", Research Journal of Recent  Sciences, Vol 2(4), 36-45, 2013.
  3.  Daryoosh Yoosefi Kebria, Gholamreza Darvishi, Farshidreza Haghighi, "Assessment of the necessity on determining of road environmental capacity with a focus on air pollution due to the transportations", AWERProcedia Advances in Applied Sciences, Vol. 1, PP 276-282, 2013.
  4. Hamid Behbahani, Farshidreza Haghighi"Presentation of Land-use and traffic efficiency assessment", Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 2010.
 
Supervised Dissertations and Theses
 
Research Projects
 
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