Over the previous academic year, 13 students, who have since graduated, submitted their graduation projects, carried out in diverse organizations in industry and service. Their projects included:
Two projects were carried out at Keter Plastic in Karmiel and Alon Hatavor, focusing on improving production processes and reducing waste. Four projects were carried out at Rafael, focusing on various issues of reducing production depreciation and connection with suppliers.
Two final projects were carried out in companies that manufacture medical equipment regarding the detection of failures in manufacturing processes and the reliability of various systems integrated in a final product (infusion pumps and electronic cards).
At Mekorot, a project was carried out to improve the quality of water monitoring system in the drainage basin waterway, while developing a plan for integrating an online multi-channel spectral device.
In a factory that produces rubber products for the defense industry, a project was carried out to test the effectiveness of work certification in accordance with the AS9100D standard for aviation and aerospace defense industries.
At the Israel Electric Company, a project for developing a safety management plan was carried out through analysis data taken from safety incidents.
At the “Holy Family” hospital in Nazareth, a project was carried out to examine the connection between work environment, satisfaction and burnout, and absences from work of nurses employed in the in-patient wards.
A project at a shipping company was carried out to examine factors that affect employee satisfaction, and developing a plan for improvement.