PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Aviad Shapira
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No of theses 23
Department Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Ben-David Albert 2018 PhD Abstracts Equipment and Site Logistics Planning as Critical Success Factors for Multicrane Building Construction Projects
Raviv Gabriel 2016 PhD Abstracts Modeling of Near Misses Related to Crane Work at Construction Sites and their Safety Risk Potential
Opher Tamar 2017 PhD Abstracts A Multi-Objective LCA-Based Model for Sustainability Assessment of Urban Water Reuse Alternatives at Various Centralization Scales
Brodetskaia Irina 2012 PhD Abstracts Implementation of Lean Principles for Real-Time Stabilization of Flow in Construction Operations
Nir-Goldenberg Sigal 2013 PhD Abstracts Dynamic Delineation and Multi-Criteria Evaluation of Green Landscape Corridor Alternatives
Telem Dory 2005 PhD Abstracts The Work of Construction Project Managers – Its Characteristics and Implications for the Principles of Managing Projects in a Dynamic Environment
Elbaz Avihu 2017 MSc Abstracts Investigation of Tower Crane Cycle Times: Cab-Control Versus Remote-Control Operation
Goldner Marom Shiran 2016 MSc Abstracts Culture of Using Tower Cranes for Building Construction
Mazuz Ofer 2016 MSc Abstracts Measurement and analysis of lateral pressure of concrete on vertical formwork using geotechnical tools
Raviv Gabriel 2012 MSc Abstracts Identification and Analysis of Mechanisms for Constructability Knowledge Transfer from Contractors to Designers
Latner Erez 2012 MSc Abstracts Applying the Analytic Hierarchy Process for the Selection of General Contractors for Construction Projects
Wicnudel Amit 2012 MSc Abstracts Laser Scanning Based Modeling of Construction Sites for Tower Crane Blind-Lift Analysis
Yona Efraim 2011 MSc Abstracts Factors Affecting the Selection of Forming Systems and other Major Equipment for Multistory Building Construction
Partouche Rebecca 2010 MSc Abstracts A Lean Model for Construction Management of Tall Office/Commercial Buildings
Simcha Meir 2006 MSc Abstracts Quantitative-Comparative Evaluation of Safety Risk at Construction Sites with Tower Cranes
Lyachin Beniamin 2004 MSc Abstracts Detection and Analysis of Safety Hazards at Construction Sites with Tower Cranes
Shriki Mordechay 2003 MSc Abstracts Investigation of Tower-Crane Cycle Times as a Basis for Productivity Improvement in Construction Projects
Goldenberg Marat 2003 MSc Abstracts Analytic-Hierachy-Process-Based Model for Equipment Selection in Construction Project
Raz Yoram 2001 MSc Comparative Analysis of Shoring-Tower-Based Support Systems for Concrete Elements
Shchorri Yoram 2000 MSc Rebar Constructability System
Goldfinger Dov 1996 MSc Model for Determining Assembly and Dismantling Work Inputs Of High Shoring Towers
Gilad Jonathan 1993 MSc Production and Ereltion of Portable
Goren Yitzhak 1993 MSc The Duration of Construction Projects