1. Agha, S. R.,  Al –nahhal, M, 2012,  “Neural network and multiple linear regression to predict school children dimensions for ergonomic school furniture design”, Applied Ergonomics, accepted.
  2. Agha, S. R., 2011, “A multi-criteria crop planning model based on the “resistive economy” characterizing the situation in Gaza Strip”,8th International conference on Islamic economy and finance”, Doha, Qatar,.
  3. Agha, S. R., 2011, “Heat pipe performance optimization: A Taguchi approach”,  International journal of research in mechanical engineering and technology, Vol. 1, No. 1.
  4. Agha, S.R, Nofal, L, Nassar, H., 2011” Multi criteria governmental crop planning problem based on an integrated AHP-PROMETHEE approach”,  International journal of applied management science, in print
  5. Agha, S.R. 2011, “A multi-stakeholder industrial projects selection: an analytic hierarchy process and zero-one-goal programming approach”, 41st International Conference on Computers & Industrial Engineering (CIE 41) ,2011, LA, California
  6. Agha, S.R, Kuhail, I., Abdulnabi, N., Ghanim, A. Salem, S. 2011 "Assessment of Academic Departments Efficiency Using Data Envelopment Analysis", Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp.301-325.
  7. Agha, S. R., Jarbo, M., Matr, S. 2012 “A Multi-criteria Multi- stakeholder Industrial Projects Prioritization in Gaza Strip”. Arabian Journal of Science and Engineering- KFUPM, accepted
  8. Agha, S. R., Hamad, J., Shuman, Y., Mohanna, R., 2011, “Evaluation of Construction Companies Efficiencies: A Data Envelopment Analysis Approach", International Journal of Construction Project Management, accepted
  9. Agha, S. R. , Alqedra, M., Alkurd, R., Mohanna, R.  2010, “Quantifying Lean Construction Effects: A Discrete System Simulation Approach”, International Journal of Rapid Manufacturing,Vol. 1, No. 3, pp.292-307.
  10. Agha, S. R. 2010, “School Furniture Match to Students’ Anthropometry in the Gaza Strip”,Ergonomics, Vol. 53, No. 3, pp.344-354.
  11. Agha, S. R. 2010, “Binary Goal Programming for Academic Plans Design “, Journal of King Saud University -Engineering Sciences- Vol. 22,  No.2, pp.77-88.
  12. Agha, S. R., 2008,” Evaluating and Benchmarking of Non-Governmental Training Programs: An Analytical Hierarchy Approach”, Jordan Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering,Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 77-84.
  13. Agha, S. R., 2006,  "Optimizing Routing of Municipal Solid Waste Collection Vehicles in Deir EL-Balah-Gaza Strip, The Islamic University Journal, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 75-89.
  14. Shi, Jing, Agha, S. R. "Two -Step Cutting as A Tool for Surface Performance Improvement in Hard Machined Surfaces- WEAR, Submitted
  15. Agha, S. R. "Use of Goal Programming in Water Quality Control and Management in Gaza Strip: Case Study- European Journal of Operational Research , Vol. 174 , pp.1991-1998
  16. Agha, S. R., 2004 "Recent Trends in Industrial Engineering Education and Their Implications", 2nd International Industrial Engineering Conference (IIEC 2004), Dec., 2004, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
  17. Agha, S. R. “Use of Linear Programming in Air Pollution Control: A Critique”, Dubai International Conference on Atmospheric Pollution, Feb., 2003, Dubai, UAE
  18. Agha, S. R. and Liu, C. R., 2000, “Experimental Study on the Performance of Superfinish Hard Turned Surfaces in Rolling Contact Fatigue”, Wear, 244, pp.52-59.
  19. Agha, S.R., and Liu, C.R., 2000, “On modeling the rolling contact          fatigue performance based on residual stresses generated by super finish    hard turning,” American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Manufacturing Engineering Division, MED, 11, pp. 1047-1053
  20. Agha, S. R. and Liu, C. R. “Effect of Cutting Conditions on Rolling Contact Fatigue of Super finish hard Turned Surfaces”, Proceedings of      the 5th international conference on Manufacturing Technology, 1999,      Bejing, China.
  21. Liu, C. R. and Agha, S. R. “Experimental Study of the Pre-stressing Capability through Residual Stress Generation in Super finish Machining of Hardened Steel”, Proceedings of the International Mechanical Engineering Congress, 1997, Dallas,,USA