Full Name:
Mohammed Mostafa Mohammed El-Beheiry
Academic Rank:
Assistant Professor
ASU Email:
mohamed.m.mohamed@eng.asu.edu.eg
Departmment:
Design and Production Engineering
Graduation Year:
1994


Degrees:
9/27/2004
Awards:
Not Available
Books:
Not Available
Published Research:
1. C. Wong. M. El-Beheiry, J. Johansen and H. Hvolby; “Implications of Information Sharing on Bullwhip Effects in A Toy Supply Chain”, 2nd international workshop in supply chain management and information systems, Hong Kong, 2004.
2. M. Abdel Kader, M. El-Beheiry, N. Afia and A. El-Kharbotly; "Scheduling and sequencing in four machines robotic cell: Application of genetic algorithm and enumeration techniques", Ain Shams Engineering Journal, Volume 4, Issue 3, 2013.
3. M. Moussa, A. El-Kharbotly, N. Afia and M. El-Beheiry; "A Genetic Algorithm Approach for Multi-Objective Multi-Period Supply Chain Network Design", Engineering Research Journal 2013.
4. G. Shedid, A. El-Kharbotly and M. El-Beheiry, “Effect of using Materials of Different Characteristics on the Performance of a Supply Chain”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, Volume 4 Issue 05, 2015.
5. G. Shedid, A. El-Kharbotly and M. El-Beheiry, “Constrained Lot Sizing Problem for Continuous Demand Supply Chain”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, Volume 4 Issue 05, 2015.

Published Research in Confernces:
1. M. El-Beheiry and A. El-Kharbotly; “A Reduced Active Schedules Generation Algorithm with Application to Real Life Scheduling Problems”, The European operational research conference, Netherlands, 2001.
2. M. El-Beheiry, C. Wong and A. El-Kharbotly; “Empirical Quantification of Bullwhip Effect (With Application to A Toy Supply Chain)”, thirteenth international working seminar on production economics in igls/Innsbruck, Austria, 2004.
3. C. Wong. M. El-Beheiry, J. Johansen and H. Hvolby; “Implications of Information Sharing on Bullwhip Effects in A Toy Supply Chain”, 2nd international workshop in supply chain management and information systems, Hong Kong, 2004.
4. M. El-Beheiry and N. Afia; "The Effect of Supply Chain Flexibility on its Leanness and Agility", 7th International Supply Chain Management Symposium, Tornoto, Canada, 2009.
5. G. Essam, A. El-Kharbotly, N. Afia and M. El-Beheiry; "Reconfigurable Capacity Management for Cost Minimization", 8th PEDD, Int. Conference on Production Engineering and Design for Development (PEDD2010), Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, 2010.
6. K. Nasr, M. El-Beheiry and M. Hassan; "Drivers and Barriers facing adoption of Green Supply Chain Management in Egyptian Food and Beverage Industry", Global climate change, biodiversity and sustainability: challenges and opportunities Conference 2013.
7. M. Moussa, A. El-Kharbotly, N. Afia and M. El-Beheiry; "Multi-Objective Dynamic Supply Chain Network Design", Production and operations Management Society 24th Annual conference (POMS2013).
8. K. Seif and M. El-Beheiry; "A comprehensive model for planning the educational process in higher education", Computers and Industrial Engineering 43rd conference (CIE43) 2013.
9. A. Saif and M. El-Beheiry; “Selecting Genetic Algorithm Parameters On Solving Job Shop Scheduling Problem”, Computers and Industrial Engineering 43rd conference (CIE44) 2014.
10. K. Sakety and M. El-Beheiry; “Analysing Global Supply Chain Growth Opportunities Using Thinking Process”, The International Maritime Transport & Logistics Conference (MARLOG 3) 2014.
11. A. Saif, M. El-Beheiry and A. El-Kharbotly, “A vehicle routing optimization for VMI strategies”, 1st International Symposium on Industrial Systems and Operations Management (ISOM 2016).
12. A. El-Kharbotly and M. El-Beheiry, “Modelling and simulation of Economic Lot size Scheduling Problem (ELSP): A case study”, 1st International Symposium on Industrial Systems and Operations Management (ISOM 2016).
13. T. Ismail, M. El-Beheiry, K., Abdalla A. El-Kharbotly and, N. Afia “Berth design in container vessel terminals”,1st International Symposium on Industrial Systems and Operations Management (ISOM 2016).
Educational and Research Projects:
Participate in the following Tempus projects:
o Industrial Engineering and Management Science (IEMS)
o e-Laboratories for Physics and Engineering Education (eLab).
o Masters of Engineering in Sound and Vibration (MSV)
o Using Virtual Reality in Engineering Education (VRLab)

Consulting and Engineering Projects:

Supervised Thesis:

Other:
Not Available