أ.د. حبيب شبشوب

أستاذ

مقر أبوظبي

+971 2 6133594

habib.chabchoub@aau.ac.ae

التعليم

العمليات ونظم القرار، جامعة لافال، كندا

Master Degree in Management Science, University of Tunis, Tunisia

-Bachelor Degree in Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Tunis, Tunisia

الاهتمامات البحثية

Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Multicriteria Decision Making, Multiple Objective Programming, Applied Operations Research, Meta-Heuristics

منشورات مختارة

  • Ayadi, M., Chabchoub, H., and Yassine, A. (2017), “A New Mathematical Formulation for the Static Demand Responsive Transport Problem”, International Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 29, No. 4, (495- 507).
  • Rekik, I., Elkosantini, S., and Chabchoub, H. (2017), “A Case Based Reasoning Based Multi-Agent System for the Reactive Container Stacking in Seaport Terminals”, Procedia Computer Science, Vol. 108 (927–936).
  • Moalla Frikha, H., H. Chabchoub and J.-M. Martel, (2017), “Location of a New Banking Agency in Sfax: A Multi-Criteria Approach”, International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences, Vol. 9, No. 1, (45-76).
  • Espinilla, M., N. Halouani and H. Chabchoub, (2015), “Pure Linguistic PROMETHEE I and II Methods for Heterogeneous MCGDM Problems”, International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems, Vol. 8, Issue 2, (250-264).
  • Ammar, M.-H., M. Benaissa and H. Chabchoub, (2014), “Seafaring Staff Scheduling”, International Journal of Services and Operations Management, 19(2), (229-249).
  • Dhahri I. and H. Chabchoub, (2007), “Non Linear Goal Programming Models Quantifying the Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain Based on ARIMA Parameters”, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 177, Issue 3, (1800-1810).
  • Chabchoub, H. and J.-M. Martel, (2004), “A Mathematical Programming Procedure for the Choice Problematic”, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 153 (2), (297-306).

المواد التدريسية

Production and Operations Management (U, G), Supply Chain and Logistics Management (U, G), Quality and Operations Management (G), Modeling and Decision (U), Advanced Topics in Mathematical Programming (G), Quality Management (U), Quantitative Methods (U), Research Methodology (G).