PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Itzhak Shmulevich
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No of theses 30
Department Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Asaf Zvi 2006 PhD Abstracts Determination of Discrete Element Model Parameters Required for Simulation of Soil-Implement Interaction
Schmilovitch Ze'ev 2000 PhD Composition Analysis of Agricultural Fluid Product By Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy
Keinan Mordechay 1995 PhD Application of a Spatial Frequency Algorithm for Analysis Of Underground Pipe Response to Surface Load
Rosenfeld David 1993 PhD Fruit Sorting According to Their Response to Dynamic Loading
Osetinsky Alexander 2003 PhD Abstracts The Operation of a Pulled Driving Wheel in Various Soil Conditions
Noyman Yonatan 1997 PhD Ground Surface Sensing through Plant Foliage
Mann Moshe Peretz 2015 PhD Motion Planning and Performances Analysis of a Cartesian Robot
Shenderey Clara 2008 MSc Abstracts Diagnosis of Fruit-Core-Seed Disease Using NIR Spectroscopy
Selig Ilan 2007 MSc Abstracts Steering Control and Stability Prediction of Off-road Wheeled Vehicle
Borenstein Asaf 2006 MSc Abstracts Direct Determination of Nitrate in Agricultural Soils Using FTIR/ATR Spectroscopy
Franco Yaron 2005 MSc Abstracts Spatial Model for Performance Prediction of Bulldozer Blade Interaction with Soil
David-Horvitz Vered 2004 MSc Abstracts Internal Quality of Fruit by Mealiness Assessment
Kenny Amit 2003 MSc Abstracts Monitoring Nitrate in Environmental Systems using FTIR Spectroscopy and Fiberoptics
Yehieli Refarl 2000 MSc Integration of Input Signal in Dynamic Testing of Fruit And Vegetables
Rachmani Dina 1996 MSc Quality Grading of Tomatoes by Mechanical Properties Using A Neural Network System.
Bechar Avital 1996 MSc Pollen Deposition in Electrostatic Field
Krasny Alla 1996 MSc Fruit Response to Mechanical Excitation
Benichou Netanel 1995 MSc Sensing and Analyzing the Acoustic Response of Fruits by A Flexible Piezoelectric Transducer
Rosenfeld David 1990 MSc 3-D Simulat Ion of Acoustic Wave Propagation in Fruit
Dalva Ron 2001 MSc Design of a Non Destructive Portable Mango Maturity Tester
Etzion Cohen Yael 2004 MSc Abstracts Analysis of Protein Components in Milk by MIR Spectroscopy
Mouradjalian Hagop 2016 MSc Abstracts Development of a non-destructive testing method of roadside safety guardrails
Golan Guy 2016 MSc Abstracts Energy Absorption of Encapsulated Granular Materials under Impact Loading
Frenckel Nickolay 2013 MSc Abstracts Tire-Soil Interaction Model based on Finite Elements Method
Hikind Yuval 2011 MSc Abstracts A Man-Machine Interaction Model to Determine the Safety of Devices for Harvesting at Heights
Michaelis Ran 2009 MSc Abstracts Prediction Model of the Mechanical Damage in Apples during Transportation and Handling
Elkabetz Meital 2009 MSc Abstracts Fusion of Non-Destructive Methods for Quality Assessment of Apples
Blass Tamir 2008 MSc Abstracts Navigation Algorithm for Autonomous Vehicle Operating in Orchards
Sandler Noa 2000 MSc Nondestructive Apple Quality Assessment Using Acoustic Measurements
Stossel Smadar 1994 MSc Implemention of Total Quality Assurance in Citrus Fruit