I am a PhD student in School of Computing and Information at University of Pittsburgh where my recent research is focusing on ride-sharing models and algorithms. My research interests include optimization, Artificial Intelligence, and spatial database systems. I received an BS in Surveying Engineering and an MS in Geospatial Information Systems from University of Tehran. My master thesis was about building an OGC-based spatial data model for moving objects databases.
H. Hajari and H. Karimi (2018): A Method for Large-Scale Resource Allocation in Smart Cities, International Conference on Collaboration and Internet Computing, IEEE.
S. Srinivasan, J. Salerno, H. Hajari, L. Weiss, and D. Salcido (2017): Modeling a novel hypothetical use of postal collection boxes as automated external defibrillator access points, Resuscitation.
H. Hajari and F. Hakimpour (2014): A Spatial Data Model for Moving Object Databases, International Journal of Database Management Systems.
H. Hajari and M. Delavar (2011): Particle Swarm Optimization in Emergency Services, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.