PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Ronie Navon
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No of theses 17
Department Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Isaac Shabtai 2011 PhD Abstracts Development of a Model for Evaluating the Impact of Proposed Changes in Construction Projects
Goldschmidt Eitan 2009 PhD Abstracts Development of a Model for Labor Inputs Control in Construction Based on Automatic Monitoring
Khoury Simon 2008 MSc Abstracts Development of an Automated Model for Road Construction Control in a Geographical Information System Environment
Haskiya Isam 2007 MSc Abstracts A Feasibility Analysis of Using Data from the Daily Site Reports to Control the Construction Process
Isaac Shabtai 2007 MSc Abstracts Automated Control of Design and Construction Changes Using Building Programs
Paz-Chen Itay 2009 MSc Abstracts Analysis of Financial Ratio for Construction Companies
Brodetskaia Irina 2004 MSc Abstracts An Examination of the Potential for Monitoring Construction Project Performance by Monitoring Lifting Equipment
Kolton Oren 2004 MSc Abstracts A Model for Monitoring Fall Hazards in Construction Projects
Shotnitsky Yaniv 2003 MSc Abstracts Feasibility Analysis of Automated Control of Earthmoving Equipment in Road Construction
Berkovich Ofer 2003 MSc Abstracts Development of Materials Management and Control Model for Construction Projects
Goldschmidt Eitan 2000 MSc Automated Real Time Manpower Control in Construction
Shchorri Yoram 2000 MSc Rebar Constructability System
Coffler Mendi 1994 MSc Rebar Computer-Aided Design & Manufacturing
Burg Itzhak 1995 MSc Optimization of the Design and Operation for Hvac Systems With Storage of Ice
Katz Eran 1994 MSc Resource-Level Cash-Flow Management Model at the Company
Maor David 1993 MSc Elonomic and Organizational Considerations in Shaping C.e.e.
Nishri Yosef 2009 MSc Abstracts Automated Identification of Workers on Construction Site