PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Mr. Pollatschek Moshe (Deceased)
No of theses 12
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
Department Web Site
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Caroline Mattar 2007 PhD Abstracts Stochastic and Statistic Prediction of Capacity and Flow Breakdown on Freeways
Dagan Gilat 2003 PhD Abstracts A Framework for Simulation of Discrete Events Systems Based on the Object-Process Methodology
Haneen Farah 2004 MSc Abstracts Impact of Infrastructure Characteristics on Road Crashes
Mendy Hamzy 2004 MSc Abstracts Microscopic Analysis of Dense Flow on Freeways
Orly Gold 2002 MSc Ranking Based on Favorites List
Daniel Greenberg 2000 MSc Extension of a Modeling Language for Treating Both Mathematical Programming and Simulation
Amir Shalmon 1992 MSc Advanced Approachis to Aggregate Production Planning
Abel Browarnik 1992 MSc A Mathematical Model for Database Interfacing in Hebrew
Chantal Balla 1991 MSc Integrationg the Score Functionmethod in Discrete Enents
Kobby Eldar 1991 MSc Optimal Distance of Two Branches of Staggerd Intersections
Tamar Oren 1989 MSc Programmers Productivity