Dr. Adi Fux is a distinguished faculty member at Afka College of Engineering, where he has been serving as the Head of Industrial Engineering and Management Master's Degree Program, since October 2019. With an extensive professional background spanning nearly three decades, Dr. Fux has garnered expertise in the fields of management, information systems, and logistics.

Throughout his career, Dr. Fux has actively engaged in various facets of these domains, demonstrating a remarkable proficiency in planning processes, the establishment and oversight of procurement systems, management of logistics department, strategic organizational planning, as well as the construction and management of business processes. His multifaceted skill set includes a deep understanding of both technical and economic aspects of these areas. Notably, Dr. Fux possesses the exceptional ability to conceptualize, coordinate, and execute complex organizational systems and processes, even within intricate business environments. Additionally, he excels in the strategic planning and management of organizational and project budgets.

Prior to joining Afka College, from 2017 to 2019, Dr. Fux served as a dedicated faculty member and the Coordinator of External Relations within the Department of Information Systems at Emek Yezreel College. During this tenure, he assumed the role of Chairman for the Israeli Procurement and Logistic Management (IPLMA) Organization from 2016 to 2019. Since 2020, Dr. Fux has continued to contribute significantly to the organization as its Academic Director. His industry experience includes positions at Givan Imaging, Teva, IEC, and defense industries companies, where he served as a planning expert, project coordinator, and management professional.

At Afka College, Dr. Fux specialized expertise revolves around the research and development of Decision Support Systems (DSS) that facilitate informed organizational decision-making. Furthermore, he is actively involved in the design and enhancement of automation systems, incorporating elements of Business Intelligence (BI) and machine learning for a comprehensive analytical approach.

Dr. Fux's research is centered on advancing management and control processes within systems, with a particular emphasis on harnessing the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Event Processing (EP) systems. His innovative work is underpinned by creating and implementing tailored recommendation systems designed to benefit end-users. Dr. Fux's contributions in these areas underscore his dedication to pushing the boundaries of knowledge and application in the fields of engineering, management, and information systems.

Seminar in Information Ssystems and Smart Industry

Introduction To Information Systems

Project Management

Decision Support Systems - Basic Planning And Buil

Project and Systems Management

Planning and Managing Customer Experience in the Digital Era

Articled in Refereed Journals

Shai Rozenes, Adi Fux, Ilya Kagan, Moran Hellerman, Boaz Tadmor, Arriel Benis (2023). Alert-Grouping: Smart Personalization of Monitoring System Thresholds to Help Healthcare Teams Struggle Alarm Fatigue in Intensive Care. Journal of Medical Systems.

Fux, A., Soffer, P., & Peleg, M. (2020). A layered computer-interpretable guideline model for easing the update of locally adapted clinical guidelines. Health informatics journal, 26(1), 156-171.‏

Peleg, M., Shahar, Y., Quaglini, S., Broens, T., Budasu, R., Fux A.* Fung, N., ... & Hermens, H. (2017). Assessment of a personalized and distributed patient guidance system. International journal of medical informatics, 101, 108-130.
* Co-writer – wrote the personalization assessments

Peleg, M., Shahar, Y., Quaglini, S., Fux, A.*, García-Sáez, G., Goldstein, A., ... & Parimbelli, E. (2017). MobiGuide: a personalized and patient-centric decision-support system and its evaluation in the atrial fibrillation and gestational diabetes domains. User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 27(2), 159-213.
* Co-writer – wrote the personalization assessments

Wilk, S., Fux, A.*, Michalowski, M., Peleg, M., & Soffer, P. (2017, June). Using constraint logic programming for the verification of customized decision models for clinical guidelines. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe (pp. 37-47). Springer, Cham.‏

Sacchi, L., Fux, A.*, Napolitano, C., Panzarasa, S., Peleg, M., Quaglini, S., ... & Tormene, P. (2013). Patient-tailored workflow patterns from clinical practice guidelines recommendations. Medinfo journal, 392-396.
* Co-writer – wrote the personalization assessments

Fux, A.*, Peleg, M., Soffer, P., Zolotov, S., & Karnieli, E. (2014), Personal Context Profile for Personalization of Clinical Guidelines. Israeli Medical Association Journal, vol. 152
* main writer

Articled in Conference Proceedings

Grushka-Cockayne, Y., Fux, A. (2022), Play and Learn: Lifelong Learning Through the Project Management Game. In PMI Global Summit 2022 Symposium, Nevada.

Wilk, S., Fux, A., Michalowski, M., Peleg, M., & Soffer, P. (2017). Using Constraint Logic Programming for the Verification of Customized Decision Models for Clinical Guidelines. In Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe (pp. 37-47). Springer, Cham.

Fux, A., Peleg, M., Soffer, P., & Rigla, M. (2014). A Layered context model: a basis for customized treatment-a GDM patient case study. In American Medical Information Association (AMIA) annual conference.

Fux, A., Peleg, M., Soffer, P., Zolotov, S., & Karnieli, E. (2013) Personal context profile for personalization of clinical guidelines. In Information Systems (ILAIS) Conference.

Fux, A., Peleg, M., & Soffer, P. (2012). How does personal information affect clinical decision-making. In Eliciting categories of personal context and effects. AMIA Symposium (Vol. 1741).‏

Fux, A., Peleg, M., & Soffer, P. (2012). Personalizing clinical decision support systems: eliciting categories of personal context and effects. In Information Systems (ILAIS) Conference.

Fux, A., Peleg, M., & Soffer, P. (2012). How Does Personal Information Affect Clinical Decision Making? Eliciting Categories of Personal Context and Effects. In American Medical Information Association (AMIA) annual conference.

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