Mr. Nader Naderpajouh
Lecturer (Assistant Professor)
About my workThe current focus of my research is on the management of resilience in infrastructure systems, specifically at the nexus of communities and infrastructure projects. This focus is grounded in my prior research on modelling and simulation of risk in complex projects. Examples include modelling emergent dynamics such as social opposition to infrastructure projects; renegotiation in public private partnerships; public policies in complex projects; as well adversary risks of non-complying materials in the supply chain of capital projects. I have lead several funded projects with industry partners such as Arup and government entities such as City of Melbourne and Emergency Management Victoria. I am in the editorial board of three international journals and lead guest editor of the special issue on “Management of Resilience in Civil Infrastructure Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach” in Journal of Management in Engineering by American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Areas of expertise
Sectors of activityWater, Buildings and construction, Education, Energy, Transport