PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Full Professor Golany Boaz
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No of theses 35
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Michal Melamed 2016 PhD Abstracts Optimization under Uncertainty in Energy Systems
Yael Deutsch 2014 PhD Abstracts Allocation Problems in a Competitive Environment – "Inspection Games"
Illana Bendavid 2010 PhD Abstracts Setting Release Gates for Activities in Projects with Stochastic Activity Durations
Harel Eilat 2007 PhD Abstracts Evaluation, Selection and Control of Projects in a Multi-Project R&D Environment
Izack Cohen 2004 PhD Abstracts Management of Multi-Project Systems in Stochastic Environments
Pnina Soffer 2002 PhD Abstracts A Methodology for Adapting an ERP System to the Needs of an Enterprise
Yonatan Grinshpun 2013 MSc Abstracts Transportation Tactics in the Presence of Improvised Explosive Devices
Rinat Remler 2001 MSc Market Valuation of Projected Accounting Information: The Case of Rate of Assumed Increase in Compensation Levels
Ben Levav 2016 MSc Abstracts Using Partitions as a Protection Meeasure against the Dispersion of Chemical Agents in Buildings
Michal Shabtay 2010 MSc Abstracts Assessment of Projects Success in an Adaptive Project Management Approach
Michal Melamed 2010 MSc Abstracts Robust Optimization of a Multi-Period Production Planning Problem under Uncertainty
Inbal Mund 2010 MSc Abstracts Allocating Resources to R&D Projects in a Competitive Environment
Shimrit Shtern 2008 MSc Abstracts Robust Multi Echelon Inventory Control
Galit Yom-Tov 2006 MSc Abstracts A Portfolio Management Approach to Supplier Selection
Meirav Rimon 2006 MSc Abstracts Robust Methods for Mathematical Programming with Uncertain Constrains: The Case of Portfolio Selection
Ilana Karpovsky 2004 MSc Abstracts Relative Evaluation of Infrastructure Projects for Priority Setting
Anat Spiegler 2004 MSc Abstracts Evaluating the Effectiveness of Constructing a Network of Local Pick-Up Centers as a Solution for the Logistic Last-Mile Problem
Boaz Fain 2004 MSc Abstracts Resource Allocation for Inventory and Repair Capacities of Recoverable Items in Military Logistic Systems
Alexey Gurevich 2004 MSc Abstracts Developing a 3-D Layout for Wafer Fabrication Plants
Olga Schneider 2003 MSc Abstracts Operational Analysis of Multi-Project Systems Managed through Artificial Agents
Hussein Naseraldin 2002 MSc Abstracts Integrated Planning of Product Design, Assembly Process and Supply Chain
Leonid Brook 2001 MSc Multi-Mode Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling
Sylvain-Shaul Bouhnik 1999 MSc Enhancements in the Data Envelopment Analysis Method
Irit Shachor 1996 MSc Perfomance Measurenment in Dea: Evaluation By Categories
Hernan Altman 1996 MSc Design and Application of Gainsharing Bonus Plan at Dash Plant Facilities
Talya Ben Yacov-Faibysh 1995 MSc A Bi-Level Programming Model for Resource Allocation Based On Dea
Daniel Hasson 1992 MSc Efficent Allocation of Training Resdurces for the Iaf
Eran Tamir 1992 MSc A Comparative Study Between Mandell's and Dea's Aproaches
Ronen Elron 1992 MSc A Comparative Analysis of Inventory Models for a Tub-Ecelon
Chai Grines 1991 MSc Development of Models for Facility Layout Planning
Ofer Tal 1991 MSc Maximal Synchronization in Bvs Routes Timetables
Uziel Levy 1991 MSc A Hierarchical Production Invntory Planning Model for Fms
Amnon Lev-Er 1990 MSc Analysis and Extensions of Multi-Item Joint Replenishment
David Rybak 1990 MSc Measuring Efficiency of Power Pants in Israeli Electric
Jacob Rozengarten 1989 MSc Hierchical Model for Prodcctionplanning in Ksl