Saed Alizamir is an Associate Professor of Operations Management at Yale School of Management. He is also a faculty affiliate at Yale Center for Business and the Environment (CBEY) and Yale School of Public Health, and a member of Yale University's Sustainability Implementation Steering Committee. He joined Yale in 2013 after receiving a PhD in Decision Sciences from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.

Professor Alizamir's research interests lies in the area of social responsibility and public sector operations. In his research, he focuses  on problems in public policy that involve private-public interactions and dynamic decision-making. The goal of his research is to provide normative recommendations that inform better policy decisions, especially in areas where not enough data exists to run full-fledged empirical studies. He has worked on government subsidy instruments in renewable energy industry and electric vehicle markets, agricultural supply chains, demand management in residential electricity sector, and optimal control of diagnostic systems such as nurse triage.

In 2021, Professor Alizamir was named as one of the World's Best 40 Under 40 Business School Professors by Poets & Quants. He serves as an Associate Editor for the Operations Research journal, and co-chaired the M&SOM cluster for the INFORMS conference in 2019. At Yale, he teaches MBA level courses in core Operations, Managing Sustainable Operations, and Quantitative Decision Models.