PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Uri Dinnar (Deceased)
No of theses 27
Department Biomedical Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Korin Netanel 2008 PhD Abstracts Micro-Bioreactors for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Culture and Manipulation
Bransky Avishay 2007 PhD Abstracts A Study of Erythrocytes Mechanical and Rheological Properties, Using an Automated Rheoscope based on a Microfabricated Flow Cell
Golan Saar 2007 PhD Abstracts Differentiation of Multi Species Biofluids by Dielectrophoretic Field Flow Fractionation
Segal Vardit 2002 PhD Abstracts Processes at the Interface between Biomaterials and Physiological Systems
Herman Maayana 1993 PhD Hemodynamics of Congenital Heart Diseases
Lichtenstein Oscar 1991 PhD Physics Teaching
Jakobson Claudio Gabrie 2001 PhD Abstracts Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistors in Standard CMOS for Brain Monitoring
Enden Giora 1988 PhD The Solution of Three Dimensional Flow Problem in the Cv Sys
Orion Ori 1994 MSc Study of Flow and Transfer in the Cardiac Microcircukation
Biron Galit 2007 MSc Abstracts Cerebral Blood Flow-Model
Khamaisi Raed 2007 MSc Abstracts Microchannel Flow Device for the Study of Microcirculatory Blood Flow
Sudakov Liby 2006 MSc Abstracts Design and Methodologies of CMOS Compatible ISFFT (Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor) for Brain Monitoring in Head Injury Patients
Mouler Marie 2006 MSc Abstracts Measurement of Vascular Impedance in Coronary Circulation: A New Approach to Assess Severity of Coronary Artery Stenosis
Korin Netanel 2005 MSc Abstracts The Motion and Deformation of Red Blood Cells in Micro-channels – Application to Micro-Fabircated Ektacytometry
Morgenshtein Arkadiy 2003 MSc Abstracts Design and Methodology of ISFET (Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor) Microsystems for Biotelemetry
Golan Saar 2003 MSc Abstracts The Relationship between the Anatomy of the Canaliculi, the Pressure at it's Ends and the Blood Flow through it
Lorber Dana 1998 MSc Continuous Monitoring of Parameters in the Human Brain After Traumatic Head Injury
Blizhevsky Alexander 1996 MSc Study of a Non-Invasive Method for Blood Pressure Measurement in the Carotid Artery
Merlis Hagit 1995 MSc Feasibility Test of 3-D Reconstruction of Biofurcations of Coronary Tree from Stereo Projections
Tilbor Yaffa 1991 MSc Aedsolutiontofiowpatternsinadynmicleftvenricularcrosssectio
Manor Dan 1990 MSc A Model of the Coronary Circulation in the Normal and
Rambod Edmond 1990 MSc Mumerical Investigation of Blood Flow in a T-Junction
Zeiner Norit 1989 MSc Towards the Atomatic Reconstruction of the Coronary Tree
Veretnik Hana 1989 MSc Analog Electrical Model for Coronary Flow
Michailov Vera 1995 MSc Mathematical Analysis of Oxygen Transport in Microcirculation
Lavi Michal 1991 MSc Modeling of Flow Mechanics Bet Ween Cerebral and Body System
Herman Maayana 1988 MSc Analitical Model for the Cardiovascular System