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Amel Ben Mabrouk

Qualifications: Ph.D., National Engineering School of Tunis Research Master National Engineering School of Tunis Bachelor’s Degree Higher School of Technology and Computer Science

Biography

  • Dr. Amel Ben Mabrouk holds a Ph.D. from the National Engineering School of Tunis (ENIT) with ‘High honors’. She started her higher education with a Bachelor in Industrial Management, and she continued with a Research Master and a Ph.D. thesis in Industrial Engineering, after a brief industrial experience as a quality manager. This path allowed her to acquire solid skills, in particular, in quality, logistics, production, and maintenance management. In addition, she taught several courses in her discipline to engineering students at the undergraduate and graduate levels at ENICarthage and ENIT. Her publications appear in international refereed journals.

Areas of Expertise

Industrial Engineering

Research Interest

Logistics Production Maintenance

Ben Mabrouk, A. and Chelbi, A. 2020. Optimal maintenance policy for equipment leased with warranty. 13th International Conference on Modeling, Optimization and Simulation - MOSIM’20 – November 12-14, Agadir – Morocco. Outstanding paper.

Ben Mabrouk, A., Chelbi, A., Tlili, L. and Radhoui, M., 2019. A quasi-optimal inspection strategy for leased equipment. International Journal of Production Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2019.1602743.

Ben Mabrouk, A., Chelbi, A. and Radhoui, M., 2017. Optimal hybrid imperfect preventive maintenance policy for leased equipment. The 20th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control, 1-6, Juillet, Toulouse, France.

Ben Mabrouk, A., Chelbi, A. and Radhoui, M., 2016a. Optimal imperfect preventive maintenance policy for equipment leased during successive periods. International Journal of Production Research, 54:17, 5095-5110.

Ben Mabrouk, A., Chelbi, A. and Radhoui, M., 2016b. Optimal imperfect maintenance strategy for leased equipment. International Journal of Production Economics, 178, 57-64.

Ben Mabrouk A., Hammami S. and Memmi I., 2011. Determination of the inventory policies parameters applied within VMI approach, 4th International Conference on Logistics, vol. 8, p.201-208, Tunisia. 

  • Management 

  • Introduction to Project Management 
  • Reliability and Maintenance 
  • Basics of Quality 
  • Modeling and Simulation of Flows 
  • Project Management Methods 
  • Statistical Quality Control 
  • Project Management 
  • Introduction to Management 

Outstanding paper. 13th International Conference on Modeling, Optimization, and Simulation - MOSIM’20 – November 12-14, Agadir – Morocco.

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