PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Moshe Gur
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No of theses 39
Department Biomedical Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Hendel Tal 2013 PhD Abstracts Physiological Control of Binocular Eye Movements
Berkovich Erez 2012 PhD Abstracts Biologically Inspired Object Recognition
Furman Moran 2004 PhD Abstracts A Neural Model for Motion Processing in the Visual Cortex During Pursuit Eye Movements
Kagan Igor 2003 PhD Abstracts Responses of Cells in Striate Cortex of Alert Monkeys: Neuronal Properties and Effects of Eye Movements
Herbet-Grinfeld Anat 2006 PhD Abstracts Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)and Evoked Response Potentials: Complementary Approaches to Study Visual Object Recognition
Beylin Aleksandr 1998 PhD Inhibitory Mechanisms in the Primary Visual Cortex (V1) of the Alert Monkey
Setter Peerly 1997 PhD Binocular Depth Perception as a Multi-Channel System
Akri Vered 1997 PhD A Model of Color Processing Mechanism in the Visual System
Syrkin Gil 1996 PhD Spatial Vision: Physiological Responses in the Visual Cortex of Normal and Amblyopic Cats
Yadid-Pecht Orly 1995 PhD Biologically Inspired Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition
Braunstain Eyal 2015 MSc Abstracts Color Space Methods as an Aid in Face Detection
Leibovitz Elad 2013 MSc Abstracts Spatial Resolution within the Fovea Using a Host of Visual Acuity Tests
Palkovich Zvi 2013 MSc Abstracts Studying Stereopsis of Human Visual Areas Using Visual Evoked Potentials
Farkash Gil 2013 MSc Abstracts Neural Connectivity in the Visual System – A Study Based on DTI and fMRI
Dahan Anat 2011 MSc Abstracts FMRI BOLD Response of the Mirror Neuron System to Recognized and Unrecognized Gestures
Bord Asaf 2011 MSc Abstracts Automatic Segmentation of MRI Images Emphasizing Separation of White and Gray Matter
Adler Gilad 2010 MSc Abstracts Attention Modulates Repetition Suppression in Object- Selective Regions – an fMRI Study
Lamash Yechiel 2009 MSc Abstracts A Novel Feature Selection Method
Tzaran Andrey 2008 MSc Abstracts Inattentional Blindness: fMRI Research
Hendel Tal 2007 MSc Abstracts A Solution to the Stereo Correspondence Problem Using Constraints Imposed by Physical Surfaces and the Gradient Disparity Limit
Ashkenazy Yael 2005 MSc Abstracts Investigating 3D Perception with Functional MRI
Zahar Yael 2005 MSc Abstracts Brain Activation during Recognition of Sparse, Camouflaged Figures – an fMRI Study
Eizenberg Natanel 2005 MSc Abstracts Short Term Adaptation in Single Cells in the Alert Monkey Primary Visual Cortex
Nezhinsky Alexander 2004 MSc Abstracts Modeling Temporal Properties of Neural Activity
Saar Sigal 2003 MSc Abstracts Interaction between Adjacent Neurons in the Behaving Monkey V1
Goldin Alexandra 2003 MSc Abstracts A Model of Invariant Object Recognition in the Visual System
Gefen Gal 2002 MSc Abstracts Biologically Based Model of Pattern Recognition: Computation and Simulation
Herbet-Grinfeld Anat 2001 MSc A Dynamic Model for Ocular Dominance Columns Development
Wilner Shahar 1997 MSc Recognition of Rotated Patterns by the Visual System: Experiments and Modeling
Michlin Maria 1996 MSc Recognition of Handwritten Digits Via Neural Networks
Sivan Sarit 1995 MSc Biochemical-Logic Systems in Molecular Electronics: Enzyme-Based Systems
Beylin Aleksandr 1993 MSc Solution of the Inverse Problem in Electrocardiology Using
Magid Aviram 1992 MSc Spatial Trequency and Orientaion in the Uisval System
Syrkin Gil 1991 MSc Color Vision Contribution to Sputial Vision
Malonek Dov 1990 MSc Edge Effects on Visual Mechomisms for Locol Motiom Analysis
Palmon Hanna 1990 MSc Chromatic Intereactions in the Ganzfeld Viewing
Akri Vered 1990 MSc Influence of Nonisoluminance Color Component on Sp Vision
Kamon Irit 1990 MSc Temporal Responses to Ganzfeld Viewing in Amblyopes
Lerner Tal 2006 MSc Abstracts Motion Correction in fMRI Images