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Ehsan Khajeh

E.Khajeh@kingston.ac.uk
Doctoral Topic:
Investigating Optimum Length of Physical Queues at Businesses and Its Impact on Customers’ Decision to Join such Queues
Area of Interest:
Research interests include in the areas of queue, using traditional and modern Operations Research techniques in physical queue.

Biography

Ehsan is a Full time PhD student from Kingston University – Management department. Before joining the PhD programme, Ehsan has 6 years Industry experience working across Operations research sector.

 

Doctoral Thesis

Year of Study:
1
Doctoral Title:
Investigating Optimum Length of Physical Queues at Businesses and Its Impact on Customers’ Decision to Join such Queues
Supervisors:
Dr Reza Zanjirani Farahani and Dr Alex Hill

Doctoral Details

Education and Work History

Degrees:
2014-2015 Master of Research (MRes), Kingston University, UK; 2011-2012 Master of Business Administration (MBA) with Merit, Staffordshire University, UK; 2009-2011 BSc (Hons) in Electronic Commerce (2:1), Staffordshire University, UK (Malaysia Campus)

Work Experience

2015–present: Part-time Lecturer (HPL), Kingston University, London, UK

  • Plan, develop and deliver on range of Operation Management modules

- Teaching Assistant for Service Operations Management (Level 6)
- Teaching Assistant for Leadership and Management (Level 6)
- Teaching Assistant for Business Research Methods (Level 5)

2015–present: Exam Invigilator, Kingston University, London, UK

Publications and Academic Achievements

Awards

University certificate for the winning team for the "Best World Trade Organization Poster Campaign" - Buxton, Derbyshire, United Kingdom, November 2011

University certificate for the winning team for the "Team Building Town Trail Challenge" - Buxton, Derbyshire, United Kingdom, November 2011

University certificate for The Biz Buzz Week 2010 in the category of "Product Innovation Competition"