Dr. Mohammed Alnahhal holds Bachelor and Master Degrees in Industrial Engineering. He was employed at the Islamic University of Gaza for three years. In 2015, he received his PhD degree from the University Duisburg-Essen in Germany for his thesis on efficient material flow in mixed model assembly lines. For one year subsequent to his PhD graduation he was a logistics consultant in a German company called Müller ‒ Die lila Logistik AG. Then he worked as a research fellow at Deggendorf Institute of Technology for about two years and a half. Currently he is working in the American University of Ras Al Khaimah as an Assistant Professor in the school of industrial Engineering.
His research includes supply chain management especially in-house logistics, Simulation, Operations Research, Genetic Algorithm, Neural Networks, data analysis, and Project Management.
- PhD in Industrial Engineering (Transportation and Logistics Systems) – Duisburg-Essen University, 2015
- PhD Candidate – Duisburg-Essen University, 2015
- M.Sc. Industrial Engineering and Management- University of Jordan, 2010
- Bachelor Degree in Industrial Engineering- Islamic University of Gaza, 2005
- Supply chain management
- Operations research
- Data analysis
- Al Shehhi, A., Al Hazza, M., Alnahhal, M., Sakhrieh, A., & Al Zarooni, M. (2021). Challenges and Barriers for Renewable Energy Implementation in the United Arab Emirates: Empirical Study. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 11(1), 158-164.
- Alnahhal, M., & Ahrens, D. (2018). A simulation-based system for calculating optimal numbers of forklift drivers in industrial plants. Bavarian Journal of Applied Sciences, 4, 354- 369.
- Alnahhal, M., & Noche, B. (2015). Dynamic material flow control in mixed model assembly lines. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 85, 110-119.
- Alnahhal, M., & Noche, B. (2015). A genetic algorithm for supermarket location problem. Assembly Automation, 35(1), 122 – 127.
- Alnahhal, M., Ridwan, A., & Noche, B. (2014). “In-plant milk run decision problems”. IEEE International Conference on Logistics and Operations Management (GOL) (pp. 85-92).
- Alnahhal, M., & Noche, B. (2014). “Capacity planning in in–plant milk run system”. International Journal of Service and Computing Oriented Manufacturing, 1(3), 197-210.
- Alnahhal M., Ramadan M., Noche B. (2014) “Static Versus Dynamic Control of Material Flow in In-Plant Milk Run System” 4th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics, Bremen/Germany
- Ramadan M., Alnahhal M., Noche B. (2014) “RFID- enabled Real-time Dynamic Operations and Material Flow Control in Lean Manufacturing” 4th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics, Bremen/Germany
- Agha, M. S., Alnahhal, M. J., Agha, S. R., & Alafeefy, A. S. (2014). Industrial Sectors Eligibility for Rehabilitation Programs: An Integrated AHP–TODIM Approach. International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences (IJSDS), 5(1), 95-110.
- Alnahhal, M., & Noche, B. (2013). Efficient material flow in mixed model assembly lines. SpringerPlus journal, 2(1), 415.
- Agha, S. R., & Alnahhal, M. J. (2012). Neural network and multiple linear regression to predict school children dimensions for ergonomic school furniture design. Applied ergonomics, 43(6), 979-984.
- Abbasi, Gh. S., Alnahhal, M., A. (2012) Neural Network Model for Predicting Budget Performance of Construction Projects in Jordan, International Journal of Construction Project Management, 4 (1), 75-86
- Abbasi, Gh. S., Alnahhal, M. J. (2011) Contractors View of Project Management Best Practices in the Jordanian Construction Sector, International Journal of Construction Project Management, 3 (2), 159- 175