PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor MR David Sinreich (Deceased)
No of theses 15
Department Data and Decision Sciences
Department Web Site
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Gavish Nirit 2008 PhD Abstracts The Influence of Descriptive Information and Experience on Trust in Decision Support Systems
Shnits Boris 2006 PhD Abstracts Dynamic Scheduling and Control of Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Wissmark Sharon 2009 MSc Abstracts Improving the Quality of Treatment in the Emergency Department
Roitman Hernan Andres 2009 MSc Abstracts Release and Dispatching Policies for Large Reentrant Job Shops
Jabali Ola 2006 MSc Abstracts Resource Scheduling in Emergency Departments
Nelkenbaum Bernardo Dov 2005 MSc Abstracts The Tradeoff between Fixture and Tool Change Time in a System Based in SSMS
Marmor Yariv 2003 MSc Abstracts Developing a Simulation Tool for Analyzing Emergency Department Performance
Ben-Barak Shay 2002 MSc Methodology for Describing and Analyzing Mental Models of Complex System Operation
Palni Liron 1997 MSc Scheduling Pickups Deliveries in a Multi Load Vehicle Environment
Avekasis Meir 1997 MSc Tools Allocation,Parts Assignment and Process Selection in An Existing Group Technology Layout
Shechter Ofir 1997 MSc Control of a Heterogeneous Material Handling Fleet Vehicle
Amital David 1996 MSc Inter and Intra Departmental Flow in Material Flow Systems
Samakh Edouard 1995 MSc A Genetic Approach to the Pick_up/delivery Stations Location Problem
Ben-David Gal 2002 MSc Simulation of Assemble-to-Order Manufacturing
Elran-Francis Sigal 1997 MSc The Influence of Project Control Methods in Buildings and Substructure Projects on Performance