• Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory +

    The Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory (ESML) specializes in modeling complex systems and systems of systems via advanced modeling methodologies and languages, primarily Object-Process Methodology (OPM) ISO 19450 Standard and Publically Available Specification. Conceptual modeling is the process of constructing a model of a system in order to design, understand, and communicate its function, structure, and behavior. An enterprise model is a conceptual representation of the function, structure, and behavior of an enterprise system. The enterprise model facilitates understanding of the business processes of the extended enterprise and relations that extend across its boundaries. Enterprise systems modeling (ESM) is the process Read More
  • Knowledge Center for Innovation +

    Founded in 2008, the Knowledge Center for Innovation’s vision is to enhance innovation by promoting research of knowledge on innovation, disseminating it among researchers, students, managers and practitioners, and implementing it in organizations to enhance economic growth, personal growth and well-being. The Knowledge Center aims to serve as a provoking factor that impacts the research- industry, and policy-making innovation initiatives. The Center initiates and supports innovation programs to enhance innovation at all levels - individual, team, organization, national and global levels. The Center develops, promotes and implements research-grounded methodology and tools along the process of innovation, from problem identification, to idea generation Read More
  • The Business Intelligence Laboratory +

      One of the primary objectives of the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is to provide computational tools to support decision-making processes carried out by humans. The three major tasks in which computationally automated tools can greatly assist human decision makers are as follows. Obtaining information relevant to the decision task at hand, helping the human decision maker identify the actual space of alternatives. The abundance of information available in data repositories provides convenient grounds for automated systems to extract information from, yet poses extremely difficult challenges due to the variety and quantities of available data. Modeling and reasoning about Read More
  • The Cognitive Robotics Lab +

    The Cognitive Robotics Lab is meant to facilitate research on cognitive robotics – robots that intelligently respond to their environment. The lab is designed to be flexible enough to simulate both an industrial setting (factory, warehouse, …) and service robotics setting (smart home, hospital, …), by using multi-purpose robots, modular furniture, and and open space design. Topics of research in the lab include human-robot collaboration, flexible manufacturing, service robotics, and much more. Read More
  • The Financial Engineering Laboratory +

        Financial Engineering and Risk Management Laboratory Academic Head: Dr. GAL ZAHAVI   The Financial Engineering and Risk Management Lab (FEL) is an interdisciplinary laboratory created and designed to support and promote research in financial engineering, computational finance and risk management. It operates within the Technion Research Centers, and function as a part of the Faculty of industrial engineering and Management (IE&M). The FEL, was formally founded in 2009, and has been academically and operationally led by Dr. Gal Zahavi since its creation.  The higher aim of the lab is to achieve a responsible and sustainable financial management practice, Read More
  • The Israeli Center of Research Excellence (ICORE) +

    The Israeli Center of Research Excellence (ICORE) for Empirical Studies of Decision Making and the Law was established in 2013 by ten faculty members from the Hebrew University and the Technion.  The center is supported by a grant from Israel Science Foundation.  The members of Technion chapter of this center are Ido Erev (director) and Eldad Yechiam.  Their research focuses on the design of effective and gentle law enforcement systems. The ICORE website Read More
  • The Laboratory of Behavioral Research +

    The Laboratory of Behavioral Research at the Technion supports the research of students and faculty members in the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management of the Technion. The lab was established using collective research funds of the faculty. Equipment: The lab has two rooms; one for running experiments and one for administrative and student use. The experiment room has 8 desktop computers which are separated by barriers. The administrative room is equipped with 3 desktop computers. Read More
  • The Max Wertheimer Minerva Center for Cognitive Processes and Human Performance +

    The Max Wertheimer Minerva Center for Cognitive Processes and Human Performance was established in 1996. It is a joint center that combines the activity of seven senior researchers from The University of Haifa and The Technion. The Center's main purpose is to foster collaborative research projects between the two groups of the Israeli scientists and between the Israeli scientists and their German colleagues, working in the area of human cognition and human performance. The Center was established with the support from the prestigious Minerva foundation and the Max Planck Society. The Technion members of the center include Daniel Gopher (The founding director), Read More
  • The Project Management Research Center +

    The project management research center is involved in three types of activities: Development of new methodologies, tools and techniques for project management Supporting industry apply the knowledge developed at the center on real projects Supporting industry by workshops and seminars on advanced topics in project management. Read More
  • The Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering +

    The Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering at the Technion was established in 1974 as a joint, endeavor of the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management and the Faculty of Medicine, funded by a grant from the Committee for Research and Prevention in Occupational Safety and Health. It is a pivot of interdisciplinary research and teaching activities on topics of behavioral, physiological, medical and engineering aspects of safety at work, as well as general studies on human factors and ergonomics in engineering systems. It focuses on the capabilities and well being of human operators in the work environment. Read More
  • The Service Enterprise Engineering SEE lab +

    SEEStat Online The SEE Center was established in 2007, within the Technion Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management (IE&M), through the generous support of Hal and Inge Marcus. The goal of SEE is to serve as a worldwide hub for research and teaching in Service Engineering. This is achieved by developing engineering and scientific principles, which then support modelling, design and management of Service Enterprises, for example financial services (banking, insurance), health services (hospitals, clinics), government and tele-services (telephone, internet). Presently, SEE's main activity is designing, maintaining and analyzing a repository of resources and data from telephone call-centers and hospitals, which is Read More
  • The Statistics Laboratory +

    The Technion Statistics Laboratory operates within the Technion Research and Development Foundation Ltd and is located in the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management. Staffed by PhD level statisticians and headed by Professor Paul D. Feigin, the laboratory provides high level statistical consulting and analysis services for researchers, both faculty and students, both inside and outside the Technion. Combining many years of experience with the incorporation of the latest methodologies and software technology, the Statistics Laboratory is able to provide the full range of statistical services – from study design, through data collection and data pre-processing, to formal analyses including graphical Read More
  • The Technion Optimization Center (TOL) +

    The Technion Optimization Center (TOL) was established in the late 80's and is headed since then (starting with 1997 -- as MOC) by Prof. Aharon Ben-Tal, joined in 1993 by Prof. Arkadi Nemirovski. From 1998 to 2011 the Laboratory was acting as a Minerva center. Since 2014 the laboratory is headed by Prof. Amir Beck. The major goals of TOC are:• Fundamental research in the area of Continuous Optimization and its applications, with emphasis on developing novel optimization methodologies, models and algorithms• Applications of optimization models and techniques in Engineering, Medicine, Industry, etc.• Supervising and supporting graduate research projects in the Read More
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