His research interest lies in large-scale network optimization models and efficient solution algorithms for design and analysis of networked systems with applications primarily in humanitarian logistics. Societal impact is typically a central theme and emphasis in the applications of his research. His research papers have appeared in reputed peer-reviewed journals such as Transportation Science and IISE Transactions. One of his researches has been featured in the ISE Magazine in March 2017.
- Robust emergency relief network design considering evacuation-side uncertainties
- Strategic emergency response network design considering congestion
- Large-scale evacuation of remote habitats using mass transit