Ferjani Aicha

Ferjani Aicha
Université du Havre · Département Gestion Logistique et Transport

Doctor of Engineering

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Citations since 2016
8 Research Items
56 Citations
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Additional affiliations
February 2015 - February 2018
Université Clermont Auvergne
Position
  • LIMOS-LOGIQ

Publications

Publications (9)
Article
In Europe, there are major obstacles limiting the growth of rail freight. In this paper, we investigate problems related to the development of small multimodal terminals which are usually utilized to ensure a more environmentally friendly freight transport and serve metropolitan areas with daily train shuttles arriving from ports. The small size of...
Conference Paper
Road freight transport is predominant in France, making less space for river and rail transport. The trend towards modal shift from road remains slow, at the expense of massification and the environmental impact. Such is the case of the Seine Axis corridor, the aim of this study. Our starting point is the observation that the lack of modal shift is...
Conference Paper
Dans cet article, nous cherchons à évaluer l'efficacité des opérations de factage des conteneurs dans le cas d'incertitudes dues au manque de données temps réel. Puisque les solutions de factage déterministes sont souvent moins robustes en cas d'éventuels changements de situations pratiques, nous proposons d'analyser la sensibilité de ces solutions...
Conference Paper
It is known that the workers’ fatigue can greatly affect both industrial performances and the workers’ wellbeing at work. Consequently, when designing a manufacturing system, managers are interested in facility layouts that favor performance objectives, while avoiding excessive fatigue. Unfortunately, most existing studies related to layout design...
Conference Paper
Facility layout problems (FLP) in manufacturing systems are widely addressed in the literature. FLP generally consist in finding the variables indicating the positions of the facilities, in order to favor (a) given objective(s), while respecting some constraints. They are known to have a significant impact on the performances of manufacturing syste...
Thesis
Le développement rapide des technologies de l’information dans l’usine du future nécessite de repenser l’organisation des systèmes de production. Si l’importance des opérateurs est bien reconnue dans l’industrie 4.0, les facteurs humains restent cependant insuffisamment pris en considération dans les méthodes d’organisation. La simulation est parmi...
Article
Manufacturing systems are often characterized by a stochastic and uncertain behavior in which frequent changes and unpredictable events may occur over time. Moreover, the customers’ demands can sometime evolve drastically along time. In order to cope with such changes in the manufacturing system state, and to optimize given performance criteria, th...
Conference Paper
In manufacturing systems, workers are often subjected to arduous working conditions, such as heavy loads and discomfort postures, which induce fatigue. Because of the effect of fatigue on workers' well-being, as well as on their performances, managers would need to understand the evolution of operators’ fatigue during their work, in order to make r...
Conference Paper
In order to cope with the frequent unpredictable changes that may occur in manufacturing systems, and to optimize given performance criteria, the assignment of workers can be decided online in a dynamic manner, whenever the worker is released. Several studies, in the ergonomics literature, have shown that individuals' performances decrease because...

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Projects (2)
Project
Development of a new economic and technical model to revive rail transport between the port of Le Havre and the Paris region and address the problems of sorting, transshipment and pre-haulage by road transport. The goal is to develop a simulation optimization model for scheduling the operations within a container terminal in the Paris region and planning the last miles delivery of containers by road transport.