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建築科技與工程學系

教學人員

TEACHING AREAS

  • Engineering statistics
  • Calculus
  • Engineering risk, reliability and decision
  • Environmental economics
  • Project finance

QUALIFICATIONS

2015 MPhil in Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
2006 MPhil in statistics, University of management, Tunisia
2004 Bachelor degree in Finance, University of management, Tunisia

EMPLOYMENT

2017 - Present Faculty of Science and Technology, the Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong
2010 - 2011 Department of Civil Engineering, Chu Hai College of Higher Education
2007 - 2008 and 2010 Visiting Scholar, department of Civil Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
2006 - 2007 University of law, economics and political science, Tunisia

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Environmental economics
  • Probability and statistics
  • Risk analysis and decision making
  • Inventory theory and its application in Engineering

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • N. Hamdaoui and Y.K. Tung (2009). “Hydrologic and hydraulics model discovery by the method of partial least squares.” TS 2, E–1 Observational Data Models, 33rd International Association of Hydraulic Engineering & Research (IAHR) Biennial Congress, August 9–14, 2009, Vancouver, Canada.
  • N. Hamdaoui (2005). “PLS regression and stochastic process: limitation of the classical linear regression in stochastic processes and the need for adopting Partial Least Squares.” University of Management, Tunisia. Report, 23 pages (in French).
  • N. Hamdaoui (2005). “Study of the transportation system in the tourism sector in Tunisia using econometrics methods”, University of Management, Tunisia, Report, 20 pages (in French).
  • N. Hamdaoui (2003). “The study of different strategies in the banking sector in Tunisia.” Part II. Union International Bank in Tunisia, Report, 26 pages (in French).
  • N. Hamdaoui (2002). “The study of different strategies in the banking sector in Tunisia.” Par I. Union International Bank in Tunisia, Report, 30 pages (in French).