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 Curriculum Vitae Mohamed Anis Gharbi

Date and place of birth: December 22nd, 1974 at Tunis

Status: Married, two children, Tunisian citizen

E-mail : a.gharbi@ksu.edu.sa; anis.gharbi@ept.rnu.tngharbianis2001@yahoo.com

Education

February 2003    Ph.D. in Operations Research, High Institute of Management, University of Tunis

                             Thesis title: Exact Algorithms for Scheduling Parallel Machines with Heads and Tails

                             Supervisor: Pr. Mohamed Haouari

July 1999            M. Sc. in Operations Research, High Institute of Management, University of Tunis

 

June 1996            B. Sc. in Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Tunis

 

June 1992            Baccalaureate in Mathematics, Secondary School of El Menzah 6, Tunis

 

Academic experience

Since September 2007: Associate Professor

                      Department of Industrial Engineering, College of Engineering, King Saud University

January-September 2007: Associate Professor

                      Department of Applied Mathematics, High Institute of Computer Science, University of Tunis El Manar

2003-2007:   Assistant Professor

                      Department of Applied Mathematics, High Institute of Computer Science, University of Tunis El Manar

2002-2003:   Lecturer

                      Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, National Institute of Applied Sciences and Technologies, University of Tunis

2000-2002:   Lecturer

                      Department of Quantitative Methods, Faculty of Economy and Management of Nabeul, University of Tunis

 1999-2000:   Instructor

                      Department of Quantitative Methods, High School of Economy and Business, University of Tunis 

Research interests

Research field: Combinatorial optimization

Applications:

·         Machine scheduling

·         Bin packing

Solution procedures:

·         Branch-and-bound algorithms

·         Approximate procedures

·         Relaxation schemes

Publications

International refereed journals

1.       Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari (2007), "An Approximate Decomposition Algorithm for Scheduling on Parallel Machines with Heads and Tails", Computers and Operations Research, Volume 34, pp. 868-883

2.       Mohamed Haouari, Anis Gharbi, Mahdi Jemmali (2006), "Tight Bounds for the Identical Parallel Machine Scheduling Problem", International Transactions in Operational Research, Volume 13, pp. 529-548

3.       Mohamed Haouari, Lotfi Hidri, Anis Gharbi (2006), "Optimal Scheduling of a Two-Stage Hybrid Flow Shop", Mathematical Methods of Operations Research, Volume 64, pp. 107-124

4.       Mohamed Haouari, Anis Gharbi (2005), "Fast Lifting Procedures for the Bin Packing Problem", Discrete Optimization, Volume 2, pp. 201-218

5.       Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari (2005), "Optimal Parallel Machines Scheduling with Availability Constraints", Discrete Applied Mathematics, Volume 148, pp. 63-87

6.       Mohamed Haouari,  Anis Gharbi (2004), "Lower Bounds for Scheduling on Identical Parallel Machines with Heads and Tails", Annals of Operations Research, Volume 129, pp. 187-204

7.       Mohamed Haouari,  Anis Gharbi (2003), "An Improved Max-Flow Based Lower Bound for Minimizing Maximum Lateness on Identical Parallel machines"  Operations Research Letters, Volume 31, pp. 49-52

8.       Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari (2002), "Minimizing Makespan on Parallel Machines Subject to Release Dates and Delivery Times", Journal of Scheduling, Volume 5, pp. 329-355

Conference Proceedings

1.       Mahdi Jemmali, Mohamed Haouari, Anis Gharbi (2006), "Bounding Strategies for scheduling on Identical Parallel Machines", IEEE International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM'06), Troyes, France.

2.       Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari (2005), "Une nouvelle heuristique pour le problème d’ordonnancement à machines parallèles avec dates de disponibilité et temps de latence"  6ème Congrès de la Société Française de Recherche Opérationnelle  (ROADEF’05), Tours, France.

3.     Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari (2004), "Optimal Parallel Machines Scheduling with Initial and Final Availability Constraints", Ninth International Workshop on Project Management and Scheduling (PMS 2004), Nancy, France.

Participations in Conferences and Meetings (Published Abstracts)

1.        October 2006, Mahdi Jemmali, Mohamed Haouari, Anis Gharbi, "Bounding Strategies for scheduling on Identical Parallel Machines", IEEE International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management ICSSSM'06, Troyes, France.

2.        May 2006, Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari, Mahdi Jemmali, "Tight Bounds for the Identical Parallel Machines" ECCO XIX/CO2006 joint meeting, Porto, Portugal.

3.        May 2005, Mohamed Haouari, Anis Gharbi, "Heuristiques pour le problème d’ordonnancement à machines parallèles"  4ème Conférence Internationale en Recherche Opérationnelle  (CIRO’05), Marrakech, Morocco.

4.        February 2005, Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari, "Une nouvelle heuristique pour le problème d’ordonnancement à machines parallèles avec dates de disponibilité et temps de latence"  6ème Congrès de la Société Française de Recherche Opérationnelle  (ROADEF’05), Tours, France.

5.        September 2004, Mohamed Haouari, Lotfi Hidri, Anis Gharbi, "Optimal Scheduling of a Two-Stage Hybrid Flow Shop" 35th Annual Conference of the Italian Operations Research Society (AIRO 2004), Lecce, Italy.

6.        June 2004, Mohamed Haouari, Anis Gharbi, "Fast Lifting Procedures for the Bin Packing Problem" European Chapter on Combinatorial Optimization (ECCO XVII), Beirut, Lebanon.

7.        April 2004, Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari, "Optimal Parallel Machines Scheduling with Initial and Final Availability Constraints " Ninth International Workshop on Project Management and Scheduling PMS 2004, Nancy, France.

8.        August 2003, Mohamed Haouari, Anis Gharbi, "Optimal parallel machines scheduling with availability constraints" 18th International Symposium on Mathematical Programming, Copenhagen, Denmark.

9.        July 2003, Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari,  "A Branch and Bound Algorithm for Scheduling on Parallel Machines with Availability Constraints" EURO-INFORMS Joint Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey.

10.     May 2002, Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari,  "Minimizing makespan on parallel machines subject to release dates and delivery times" European Chapter on Combinatorial Optimization (ECCO XV), Lugano, Switzerland.

11.     October 1998, Mohamed Haouari, Anis Gharbi, "Minimizing the Makespan in a Flexible Job Shop" IEEE International Conference on System Man and Cybernetics (SMC), La Jolla, California, USA.

12.     April 1998, Anis Gharbi, Mohamed Haouari,  "Le Problème du Jobshop Flexible : Bornes Inférieures et Résolution Heuristique" FRANCORO II : Deuxièmes journées francophones de recherche opérationnelle, Sousse, Tunisia.

Research projects

·         Design of scheduling procedures for flexible manufacturing systems in the wood industry: the STRAMICA case, amount of grant 25,000 TD (Tunisian dinars)

Affiliations

·         Since 2007: Doctoral Studies Committee, High Institute of Management, University of Tunis

·         Since 2005: Combinatorial Optimization Research Group (CORG), Unité de Recherche ROI (Recherche Opérationnelle pour l'Industrie), Polytechnic School of Tunisia

·         2005-2006: The French Society of Operational Research (ROADEF)

·         Since 2005: The scientific committee of the High Institute of Computer Science, University of Tunis

·         2002-2004: Laboratory of Mathematical Engineering, Polytechnic School of Tunisia, La Marsa

·         2001-2002: The scientific committee of the Faculty of Economy and Management of Nabeul

·         Since 1998 : Tunisian Management Science Society  (TMSS)

 Refereeing

International refereed journals
  • Annals of Operations Research (Springer)
  • European Journal of Operational Research (Elsevier)
  • European Journal of Industrial Engineering (Inderscience)
  • Journal of Operational Research Society (Palgrave)

Conference proceedings

  • IEEE International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management, University of Technology of Troyes, France, October 25-27, 2006

Graduate Committees

Masters’ theses

  • Walim Zouari (2007), Incremental maintenance of multidimensional data, (chairman) High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Brahim Douar (2007), A hybrid approach of supervised classification: Application to face recognition, (chairman) High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Mehdi M’tir (2007), A new method of ontology extraction from texts, (chairman) High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Asma Mdimagh (2007), Nature-based heuristics for the prize collecting Steiner tree problem, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Maher Helaoui (2005), Project scheduling: the time-cost optimization problem, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Mohamed Hmiden (2005), Solving the transshipment problem with transfer delay and limited capacity by multi-agent simulation, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Mejdi Argoubi (2005), A hydraulic network optimization in flood periods, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis

Ph.D. theses

  • Jaber Jemai (2007), Neural Models for the Real Time Vehicle Routing Problem, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis

Supervising

Masters’ theses
  • Mohamed Labidi (2006), The non-permutation flow shop scheduling problem: adjustment and bounding procedures, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Mahdi Jemmali (2005), A theoretical and experimental study of the parallel machine scheduling problem, Polytechnic School of Tunisia

 Ph.D. theses

  • Mohamed Labidi (on-going), Exact and Approximate Algorithms for the Non-permutation Flow Shop Scheduling Problem, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Mahdi Jemmali (on-going), Algorithms for scheduling on parallel processors, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis
  • Lotfi Hidri (2007), Exact and Heuristic Procedures for the Hybrid Flow Shop Scheduling Problem, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis

 

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