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Prof. Tal Raviv

Researcher at the Department of Industrial Engineering, Tel Aviv University

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About Me

My main research interests are shared mobility systems, small parcel delivery logistics, public transit planning, warehousing, and traffic management. I published about 40 papers in the operations research literature and served as an advisor for start-up companies. 
 

I am the head of the Industrial Engineering department at the Iby and Aladar Fleischman Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University, Israel, and the head of Shlomo Shmeltzer Institute for Smart Transportation. I am co-heading the transportation and logistics at Tel Aviv University (with Prof. Michal Tzur)
 

I hold a BA from the Eitan Berglas School of Economics, Tel Aviv University (1993), an MBA from the Recanati School of Business, Tel Aviv University (1997), and a Ph.D. in Operations Research from the William Davidson Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa (2003). I spent two years (2004-2006) as a postdoctoral fellow in the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. 
 

My Ph.D. dissertation

(Advisors: Professor Michal Penn and Professor Shmuel Onn).

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Latest Publication

The service points’ location and capacity problem

Tal Raviv “The service points’ location and capacity problem”, Transportation Research Part E  (29/6/2023) 

Recent publications

Anticipatory rebalancing of RoboTaxi systems

Shir Tavor, Tal Raviv “Anticipatory rebalancing of RoboTaxi systems”,  Transportation Research Part C, 153(2023) 104196

The data-driven time-dependent orienteering problem with soft time windows

Edison Avraham, Tal Raviv “The data-driven time-dependent orienteering problem with soft time windows”,  EURO journal of transportation and logistics, 12(2023) 100112

A comprehensive toolbox for load retrieval in puzzle-based storage systems with simultaneous movements

Yossi Bukchin, Tal Raviv “A comprehensive toolbox for load retrieval in puzzle-based storage systems with simultaneous movements”, Transportation Research Part B, 166 (2022) 348-373

Current Students

  • Ms. Shachar Eizen, Msc., Started Oct 2021

  • Mr. Gabriel Deza, PhD, Started Nov. 2022

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