PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Avishai Mandelbaum
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No of theses 29
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Carmeli Nitzan 2021 PhD Abstracts Data-Based Resource-View of Service Networks: Performance Analysis, Delay Prediction and Asymptotics
Senderovich Arik 2017 PhD Abstracts Queue Mining: Service Perspectives in Process Mining
Zychlinski Noa 2018 PhD Abstracts Time-Varying Fluid Networks with Blocking: Models Supporting Patient Flow Analysis in Hospitals
Marmor Yariv 2010 PhD Abstracts Emergency-Departments Simulation in Support of Service- Engineering: Staffing, Design and Real-Time Tracking
Yom-Tov Galit 2010 PhD Abstracts Queues in Hospitals: Stochastic Networks with ReEntering Customers in the QED Regime (QED – Quality and Efficiency Driven)
Shaikhet Gennady 2007 PhD Abstracts Control of Many Server Queueing Systems in Heavy Traffic
Zeltyn Sergey 2005 PhD Abstracts Call Centers with Impatient Customers: Exact Analysis and Many-server Asymptotics of the M/M/n+G Queue
Patz Genadi 1995 PhD State-Dependent Queueing Networks: Approximations and Applications
Zohar Ester 2001 MSc Adaptive Behavior of Impatient Customers in Invisible Queues
Koren Abir 2015 MSc Abstracts Estimating Goal-Scoring Probabilities in Soccer, Based on Physical and Geometric Factors
Ghebali Rony 2013 MSc Abstracts Real-Time Prediction of the Probability of Abandonment in Call Centers
Zychlinski Noa 2012 MSc Abstracts Analyzing and Modeling Mass Casualty Events in Hospitals – An Operational View via Fluid Models
Zaied Itamar 2012 MSc Abstracts The Offered Load in Fork-Join Networks: Calculations and Applications to Service Engineering of Emergency Department
Carmeli Boaz 2012 MSc Abstracts Real-Time Optimization of Patients Flow in Emergency Departments
Reich Michael 2012 MSc Abstracts The Offered-Load Process: Modeling, Inference and Applications
Zviran Asaf 2011 MSc Abstracts Fork-Join Networks in Heavy Traffic: Diffusion Approximation and Control
Tseytlin Yulia 2009 MSc Abstracts Queueing Systems with Heterogeneous Serves: On Fair Routing of Patients in Emergency Departments
Maman Shimrit 2009 MSc Abstracts Uncertainty in the Demand for Service: The Case of Call Centers and Emergency Departments
Luzon Yossef 2009 MSc Abstracts Scheduling Appointments via Fluids Control
Feldman Zohar 2009 MSc Abstracts Optimal Staffing of Systems with Skills-Based-Routing
Rozenshmidt Lubov 2008 MSc Abstracts On Priority Queues with Impatient Customers: Stationary and Time-Varying Analysis
Khudyakov Polyna 2006 MSc Abstracts Designing a Call Center with an IVR (Interacting Voice Response)
Aldor-Noiman Sivan 2006 MSc Abstracts Forecasting Demand for a Telephone Call Center: Analysis of Desired versus Attainable Precision
Gurvich Itay 2004 MSc Abstracts Design and Control of the M/M/N Queue with Multi-Type Customers and Many Servers
Ishay Eva 2003 MSc Abstracts Fitting Phase-Type Distributions to Data from a Telephone Call-Center
Nakibly Efrat 2002 MSc Abstracts Estimating Waiting Times in Telephone Service Systems
Kestelman Ran 2001 MSc Optimal Organizational Structures for Problem Solving: Help Desks
Barron Yonit 1997 MSc Performance Analysis of Dynamic Stochastic Pert/cpm Networks
Zeltyn Sergey 1996 MSc Estimating Characteristics of Queueing Networks Using Transactional Data