PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Joseph Avron
Advisor's Email
Advisor's Home-Site
No of theses 18
Department Physics
Department Web Site
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Berman Rotem Sara 2014 PhD Abstracts Swimming and Alignment in Low-Reynolds-Number Medium
Scudo Petra 2006 PhD Abstracts Quantum Information and Reference Frames
Strakhov Evgeny 2001 PhD Application of Methods from Kahler Geometry to Quantum Mechanics
Elgart Alexander 2000 PhD Adiabatic Theorems and Their Applications
Last Yoram 1994 PhD Conductance and Spectral Properties
Pnueli Ayelet 1993 PhD Adiabatic Charge Transport on Two Dimensional Surfaces
Zur Boaz 1990 PhD Chlculations of Quantum Adiabatic Charge Transport in Nets
Tsabary Amit 2017 MSc Abstracts Dissipation in Linear and Nonlinear Models of Quantum Systems
Artzi Yaron 2016 MSc Abstracts Advances in High Sensitivity and High Spatial Resolution Electron Spin Resonance towards Implementation of Quantum Gate Operations
Shalyt Michael 2013 MSc Abstracts Control of a 2-Level System to Reduce Colored Noise
Kvietny Lev 2011 MSc Abstracts Entanglement in Quantum States
Meirom Eli 2009 MSc Abstracts Entanglement in Radiative Cascades
Raz Oren 2008 MSc Abstracts Swimming and Pumping at Low Reynolds Number
Bisker Gili 2008 MSc Abstracts The World of Two Qubits
Bar-on Tomer 2006 MSc Abstracts Euler's Disk and its Finit-Time Singularity
Osadchy Daniel 2001 MSc Hofstadter Butterfly as a Quantum Phase Diagram
Gordon Ariel 2000 MSc Born-Oppenheimer Approximation Near a Level Crossing
Nemirovsky Yonatan 1993 MSc Driven Multiply Connected Systems and Stark Hamiltonians