Prof. Dorith Tavor
Prof. Dorith Tavor is The Presidents’ adviser for Gender Equity, Head of The Center for Evaluation and Academic’s Development, and The Chair of Green Processes Center at Sami Shamoon College of Engineering. Prof. Tavor earned here PhD in Chemical Engineering and MBA at Ben-Gurion University in Beer-Sheva, Israel. Prof. Tavor found the Chemical Engineering Department, the Green Processes Center and the Center for Promotion of Learning and Teaching at Sami Shamoon College of Engineering. Prof. Tavor has worked in the field of green engineering working mainly on catalytic applications in organic reactions and alternative environmentally friendly solvents and Recycling of industrial wastewater and two-phase flow for water treatment. Prof. Tavor is also imbuing sustainability and sustainable development in academia, community, and industry. Prof. Tavor is responsible in the college on incentive of women and girls to learn science and technology
1999 Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel. Dissertation title: “Friedel Crafts Reaction on Zeolites”. Advisor: Prof. M. Herskowitz.
1998 MBA in Management, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel
1993 M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel. Dissertation title: “Ring Formation in Polymer Gelatin as a Result of Intramolecular Reactions”. Advisor: Prof. M. Gottlibe.
1989 B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel Project: “Heat and Mass Transfer at Human’s Respiratory”.
Service Science-Sustainable Services
Two-phase flow for water treatment
2007 Ford Foundation for Environmental Conservation.
2000-2003 Guastalla Fellowship as a part of the "Guastalla in College of Higher Education", Sacta-Rashi Foundation.
Reactor Design and Analysis
BioReactors Design and scale-up
Wolfson, A., Mark, S., Martin, P. M., Tavor, D. “Sustainability through Service” Springer Briefs in Applied Sciences, Springer Books, 2015.
Wolfson, A., Tavor, D., How to generate sustainable services, Serviceology for Smart Service System, Spring 2017;71-78.
Saphier, O, Silberstein, T., Kamer, H.,Ben-Abu, Y., and Tavor, D., Chia seeds are richer in polyphenols compared to flax seeds, Integrative Food, Nutrition and Metabolism, 2017: 4(3): 1-4
Wolfson, A., Tavor, D. Servicizing as a tool for increasing the sustainability of product life cycles, Exploring Service Science, Springer, 2016;392-402.
I.Levitsky, D. Tavor, V. Gitis "Generation of two-phase air-water flow with fine microbubbles", Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2016; 39 (8), 1537-1544.
Wolfson, A., Abu-Zaed H., Tavor, D. Transfer hydrogenation of a carbonyl compound in glycerol-based solvent mixtures, Org. Commun., 2016;9(1);9-14.
Wolfson, A., Tavor, D., Mark, S. CleanServs-Clean services for a more sustainable world, Sustainability, Accounting, Management and Policy J., 2014;5(4);405-424.
Wolfson, A., Dlugy, C., Mordechaiev, I., Sliman, T., Tavor, D. Glycerol-glycerol triacetate as reaction mediums. Canadian J. of Chem., 2014;92(3);240-242.
Wolfson, A., Grinberg, I., Tavor, D. Solvent selection in transfer hydrogenation and Suzuki cross-coupling. Energy and Environmental Eng., 2013;1(1);17-23.
Shalev, T., Shilon, G., Wolfson, A., Tavor, D., Mark, S. Social network as a knowledge service provider for the S3 model, Service science. Intrenational J. of Computers and Tech. 2013;4(1);141-147.
Wolfson, A., Tavor, D., Mark, S. From CleanTech to CleanServ, Service science. 2013;5(1);193-196