Dr. Lev Khvatskin
Dr. Lev Khvatskin is a senior lecturer and researcher in the Centre for Reliability and Risk Management in the Industrial Engineering and Management Department Beer Sheva, Israel
He has obtained M.Sc. degree in 1989 in Mechanical Engineering Department from the Institute of Railway Engineering, Moscow USSR and Ph.D. degree in 1989 in Mechanical Engineering, Reliability Engineering and Inventory Control from Railway Research Institute, Moscow, USSR
He has 16 years research experience and 20 years academic experience in different Universities and Institutions in Russia and Israel
He has specialized in reliability engineering with application to Preventive Maintenance.
He published more than 20 scientific articles and book chapters in the fields of reliability, inventory controls, refrigeration, heating and air conditioning
Be'er ShevaD Building(60) / 400
1985-1989 Ph.D. (Summa cum Laude) in Mechanical Engineering. Railway Research Institute, Moscow, USSR. Dissertation title: 'Spare Parts for Repairing Refrigerator Vans: A Specific Inventory Planning and Control Method'. Adviser: Prof. Kozlov, V.J.
1976-1981 M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering. Institute of Railway Engineering, Moscow, USSR.
Since 2003 Mathematical models for maintenance of multi-state aging systems.
Since 2006 Markov reward model for multi-state system reliability assessment.
Since 2009 Optimal corrective maintenance contract planning for aging multi-
state system. (1 peer reviewed paper).
Since 2012 Lz - transform for a Discrete-state Continuous-time Markov Process
and its Applications to Multi-state System Reliability. (2 peer
Since 2014 Importance Measure for Aging Multi-State System under Planning
Demand. (1 peer reviewed paper).
2017 Erasmus+ KA107 International Mobility
2016 Erasmus+ KA107 International Mobility
2014 The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation International Network Program. 282024 kr
Since 2017 B.Sc. program. Handling Systems and Plant Infrastructure.
Since 2017 B.Sc. program. Industrial Automatics and Robotics.
Since 2016 B.Sc. program. Principals of Material engineering.
Since 2014 B.Sc. program. Robotics and Automation.
Since 2004 B.Sc. program. Mechanical Parts.
Since 1997 B.Sc. program. Reliability Engineering.