PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Dr. Grabov Pavel
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No of theses 15
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Victoria Paykin 2009 MSc Abstracts Development of a Model for Key Characteristics Identification
Iris Turjeman-Gets 2008 MSc Abstracts FMEA (Failure Mode Effect Analysis) at the Transition from Development to Production
Rachel Eilam 2004 MSc Abstracts Manufacturing Process Characterization Using Comparative Analysis of Poisson and Binomial Models
Liat Ziegel Ben David 2004 MSc Abstracts Combining the HACCP and SPC Methodologies in a Production Process
Keren Altus 2003 MSc Abstracts Implementation of AFMEA (Advanced Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) for Process Analysis
Sonya Poltielov 2003 MSc Abstracts Development of Improved Repeatability and Reproducibility Procedures for Products Effected by the Measurements
Anna Erlikh 2001 MSc Alignment Process Characterization and Analysis in the Semiconductor Industry by Means of Statistical Process Control (SPC) Methods
Ronen Goldner 2001 MSc Implementation of Advanced Statistical Methods for Short Run SPC
Vadim Kastin 1999 MSc Application of Advanced Quality Assurance Methods to Assembling Processes
Alexander Gordon 1998 MSc Optimization of Standard Sample Distribution in Radiometric Gauge Calibration
Micael Zeyfman 1997 MSc Reliability Analysis of Control Charts for Variables
Gil Zvulun 1997 MSc Commercial Components in Military Systems – Problems and Solutions
Itzhack Bensimon 1996 MSc Process Optimization Strategy in Nonsymmetrical Tolerances.
Avraham Hirshnzon 1996 MSc Quality Characteristics of Doppler Tracking Radar for Projectile During Flight.
Jacob Rusak 1994 MSc Reliability Optimization in Riwcontracts by Taguchi Methods