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Reza Etemad-Sajadi

Associate Professor at EHL

Reza Etemad-Sajadi

Dr. Reza Etemad-Sajadi is currently Associate Professor in EHL. He holds a Ph.D. (Management) from the University of Neuchatel, MA and BS (Computer and Communication Sciences) from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale Lausanne (EPFL).

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Restaurants Reopening: An Overview From Lausanne, Switzerland

On Monday 11th May, restaurants and bars were among the few public establishments in Switzerland allowed to reopen. The move was preceded by lengthy Federal Counsel regulations made available to all restaurateurs setting out the now rather familiar guidelines: 2m distances between tables, maximum 4 people at a table, strict hygiene measures, service staff in masks and required contact details of each customer.

Could Big Data Help us Manage the Lockdown Better?

Given that the coronavirus spreads as the population circulates, the only solution in the near term is to impose stay-at-home measures so the number of hospitalizations doesn't explode, pushing hospital workers and equipment to breaking point.

Service Recovery in the Airline Industry

Led by the team of Associate Professor Dr. Reza Etemad-Sajadi, this research assesses the impact of airline passengers' perception of service recovery on their satisfaction and loyalty. The aim is to investigate and identify the direct and indirect effects of service recovery (output and process) on airline passenger loyalty.

Airline Passenger Loyalty: The Importance of Pre-Flight Touchpoints

Led by the team of Associate Professor Dr. Reza Etemad-Sajadi, this research aims to investigate direct and indirect effects of pre-flight and in-flight service quality on airline passenger satisfaction and loyalty.

Testing Guest Interactions with Robots

EHL is currently working on a project aiming to improve customer experience through a robot concierge solution. Lead by the team of Associate Professor Reza Etemad-Sajadi and working with partners from heigvd (Professor Andrès Uribe's team) and Swiss company Avatarion, this Innosuisse-funded project uses a Pepper robot whose movements, gestures and conversation skills are controlled remotely via a real live agent, mimicking the behaviors of a human concierge.
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