George Roderick, Jeremy Andersen, Peter T. Oboyski, Neil Davies, Sylvain Charlat, Natalie Graham, Curtis Ewing, Henrik Krehenwinkel, Milad Memarzadeh,Chistopher Meyer, Suzuki Noriyuki, Carl Boettiger, and Rosemary Gillespie (2018). "Machine learning to categorize unidentified arthropods as invasive or endemic using DNA sequence signatures without a complete reference library: Impact on island ecosystems.", 2018 ESA, ESC, and ESBC Joint Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Milad Memarzadeh, and Matteo Pozzi (2016). “System-level inspection scheduling using value of information: A fee-based formulation", IFIP-WG 7.5 Reliability and Optimization of Structural Systems, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Milad Memarzadeh, and Matteo Pozzi (2016). “System-level inspection scheduling: An approach based on stochastic future allocation", International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, Stanford University, California.
Milad Memarzadeh, Matteo Pozzi, and J. Zico Kolter (2015). “Hierarchical modeling of systems with similar components", 12th International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering, Vancouver, Canada.
Milad Memarzadeh, Matteo Pozzi, and J. Zico Kolter (2014). “Managing systems made up by similar components: A probabilistic framework for the maintenance of wind farms", 6th World Conference on Structural Control and Monitoring, Barcelona, Spain.
Milad Memarzadeh, and Matteo Pozzi (2013). “Probabilistic learning and planning for optimal management of wind farms", International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, Stanford University, California.
Carl Malings, Milad Memarzadeh, and Matteo Pozzi (2013). “Optimal topology of sensor networks for management of infrastructure systems", 6th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure, Hong Kong. 2012
Milad Memarzadeh, Arsalan Heydarian, Mani Golparvar-Fard, and Juan Carlos Niebles (2012). “Real-time and automated 2D recognition and tracking of workers and equipment from site video streams for construction performance assessment”, ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering, Florida, 429-436.
Arsalan Heydarian, Milad Memarzadeh, and Mani Golparvar-Fard (2012). “Automated benchmarking and monitoring of earthmoving operation’s carbon footprint using video cameras and GHG estimation model”, ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering, Florida, 509-516.
Tristan Kalos, Milad Memarzadeh, and Carl Boettiger (2017). “Contpomdp: Approximate POMDP planning with continuous state space", <under construction>
INFEWS/T1: Reducing the Environmental Impacts of FEW Systems In and Around Cities, National Science Foundation, $ 2,431,217.
Investigators: Arpad Horvath, Kara Nelson, and Matthew Potts (UC Berkeley)
Projects as interventions into infrastructure systems, LRF/Arup Joint Programme on Resilience Engineering, £ 16,231.
Investigators: Jennifer Whyte (Imperial College London), Martin Mayfield (University of Sheffield), Arnab Majumdar (Imperial College London), Milad Memarzadeh (UC Berkeley), and Ben Kidd (Imperial College London).