PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Dr. Lifshitz Yair
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No of theses 12
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Hadas Itzcovitch 2014 MSc Abstracts Guidelines for Workstation Design – Adapted for Anesthesiologists` Requierments
Rony Stein-Peri 2010 MSc Abstracts Design Upgrading of Gun's Handle as Factor of Accuracy and Comfort during Performing a Mission among Soldiers
Lapid Somer 2007 MSc Abstracts Design and Comparative Evaluation of a Static Support for the Typing Environment
Irit Turbovich 2007 MSc Abstracts The Influence of Using a Wearable Scanner in Cheackout Workstations on Cumulative Trauma Disorder of the Upper Extremities
Tali Rosen 2007 MSc Abstracts Combining Redesign and Instruction to Reduce Hand-tool CTD Exposure and Increase Productivity
Carmit Pelleg 2007 MSc Abstracts An Anthropometric Fit Analysis of Hand Tools' Handles – Cross Historical Comparison
Vered Kahana 1996 MSc Detection of Employee Absenteeism Variables
Izhak Nadler 1996 MSc The Influence of B and W and Color Contrast on the Visual Acuity of Helicopter Pilots Using Night Vision Devices
Dafna Honig 1996 MSc Development of a Windows Interface in a Personal Computer Environment and Evaluating It by Users' Performances
Betsalel Soto 1994 MSc Tridimensional Study of the Discomfort at the Snonlder
Dor-Moshe Tietz 1993 MSc Early Detection of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Based on Work
Alon Svirsky 1993 MSc A General Model to Attain An Optimal V.d.t. Users Work