PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Shimon Mizrahi
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No of theses 15
Department Biotechnology and Food Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Uzzan Michael 2002 PhD Abstracts Mechanisms of Effect of Microwave Heating on the Mechanical Properties of Protein-Starch Foam Systems
Livney Yoav 2002 PhD Abstracts Mechanisms of Swelling and Contraction of Non-Ionic Hydrophilic Polymer Gels in Presence of Low Molecular Weight Co-Solutes
Bouhnik Myriam 1999 PhD Interactions Between Polyelectrolytes and Surfactants
Gropper Maoz 1999 PhD The Phase Separation Mechanism of Whey Protein in Dextran Containing Solutions
Eichler Sigal 1997 PhD Shrinkage Processes in Foods During Dehydration
Habib Sharbil 1990 PhD Food Technology
Shazman Asher 2005 MSc Abstracts Examining for Possible Non-Thermal Effects in the Microwave Oven
Katz Iftah 1999 MSc The Use of Fluorescence Probes in Polymer- Surfactants Systems
Ben-Yoseph Eyal 1996 MSc Optimization of Thermal Process for High-Value Food Products
Abramov Amnon 1996 MSc Stability of Enteric Coated Ascorbic Acid in Aqueous Phase
Gropper Maoz 1995 MSc Effects of Microwave Heating on Surimi Gel Texture
Leonzini Alla 1995 MSc Microencapsulation of Insulin for Oral Administration By Diabetes Patients.
Bouhnik Myriam 1994 MSc Swelling Properties of Neutralized Hydrogels
Weisman Ido 1992 MSc Comprehensive Kinetic Model for Accelerated Test of Brouning
Tadmor Maria 1995 MSc The Interaction of Bile Salts with Soluble Dietary Fibers