Prof. Shoshana Anily

Emeritus in Coller School of Management
הפקולטה לניהול ע"ש קולר אמריטוס

Short Biography

A full professor in Operations Research/Management Science at the Coller School of Management of Tel Aviv University. Holding a Ph.D. from the Graduate  School of Business of Columbia University since 1987. ​



Ph.D. students currently supervised

Nitsan Perach Ph.D. student (started in 2017)



Fields of interest

Cooperative game theory, logistics, routing and combinatorial optimization problems. ​




Chapters in Books

  • “Vehicle Routing and Supply Chain”, (1998) Anily S. and J. Bramel, in Quantitative Methods in Supply Chain Management edited by S. Tayur, M. Magazine and R.1111222 Ganeshan, KLUWER


Full list of publications



  • 1975- 1978 Dean's List, Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University.
  • 1978 - 1983 Tel Aviv University fellowship and scholarship.
  • 1984 Dean's List, Business School, Columbia University.
  • 1983 - 1986 Columbia University fellowship and scholarship.
  • 1986 Commended paper in the 1986 Nicholson Prize competition.
  • 1987 First prize in the dissertation competition of the Transportation Science Section of ORSA.
  • 1987 First prize in the dissertation competition of the Decision Sciences Institute.
  • 1987 Three-year grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada - NSERC.
  • 1990 Oded Levin Prize for the paper "Multi-Item Replenishment and Storage Problem (MIRSP):  Heuristics and Bounds", given by ORSIS - Operations Research Society in Israel.
  • 1996-1997,2001 Operations Research Meritorious Service Award, granted by the editorial board  of Operations Research Journal of INFORMS.
  • 2008-2011  The Israel Science Foundation (ISF), PI with Moshe Haviv for "Cooperative Production, Inventory and Queuing Games". 112K NIS per year.
  • 2012-2015 The Israel Science Foundation (ISF), PI for "Cooperative Games and Line Balancing Issues in Production and Service Systems". 93K NIS per year.
  • 2015-2018  The Israel Science Foundation (ISF), PI for "Applications of solvable 3-D assignment problems and polynomial algorithms to cooperative queuing games". 130K NIS per year. 


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