PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Miriam Zacksenhouse
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No of theses 38
Department Mechanical Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Demchenko Igor 2023 PhD Abstracts EEG Correlates of Errors, and their Applications for Brain-Computer Interfaces based on 3D CNN
Benyamini Miri 2021 PhD Abstracts Neural Error Processing in Continuous Reaching Movements and Experiments with Brain Computer Interface (BCI)
Mireb Mona 2019 PhD Abstracts Investigating the Control of a Challenged Gait by Unstable Footwaear Designs
Sicard Guillaume 2018 PhD Abstracts Machine Learning Methods for On-Line Adaptation of Brain-Machine interfaces
Spitz Jonathan 2015 PhD Abstracts Bio-Inspired Controllers for Dynamic Locomotion
Dejmal Iris 2007 PhD Abstracts Characterization and Recognition of Manipulative Hand-Movements
Valency Tomer 2006 PhD Abstracts Biologically Inspired Motion Pattern Generator for Robotic Task Planning and Control
Peled Ran 2004 PhD Abstracts Blind Source Separation (BSS) of Vibrations for Fault Detection in Rotating Systems
Jin Hui-Liang 2003 PhD Abstracts Modeling and Control of a Robotic Yoyo
Kozlovsky Shir 2022 MSc Abstracts Learning Admittance Control for Contact-Rich Assembley Skills
Kerzhner Marina 2015 MSc Abstracts Indicators of Motor Learning in EEG Signals Recorded while Practicing Motor Task
Even-Chen Nir 2014 MSc Abstracts Intrinsic Modeling of Repetitive Time Series with Applicarion for Analysis of Event-Related Potentials
Stankowski Daniel 2023 MSc Abstracts Machine Learning Tools to Integrate Impedance Control and Blind Search for Assembly Tasks
Shtern Noam 2022 MSc Abstracts Enhancing the Classification of Event-Related Potentials with Artificial Data Augmentation
Spector Oren 2021 MSc Abstracts Learning Contact Rich Skills using Coupling Movement Primitives
Hartston Ron 2021 MSc Abstracts Implementation of a Natural Dynamic Controller on an Underactuated Compass-Biped Robot
Shirizly Alon 2019 MSc Abstracts Comparison of CPG Control Methods for Walking Biped Robots
Gilboa Yaron 2018 MSc Abstracts Compensating Controllers for Enhancing the Robustness of Dynamic Walking Robots
Gottlieb Sigal 2018 MSc Abstracts Electroencephalographic Responses during a Motor Task with Healthy Subjects and Stroke Patients
Schallheim Israel 2018 MSc Abstracts Implementation and Optimization of an Open Loop Gait Controller on a Mono Pedal Robot
Yakar Rea 2018 MSc Abstracts Machine Learning for Tuning Networks of Matsuoka Oscillators to Control Bipedal Walking
Sidorov Ariel Eric 2017 MSc Abstracts Lyapunov Based Estimation of the Basin of Attraction of Poincare Maps with Applications to Limit Cycle Walking
Buki Eran 2017 MSc Abstracts Monitoring and Stabilizing Arm Tremor of Parkinson Disease Patients
Gindin Igor 2017 MSc Abstracts Intermittent Strategies for Human Motor Control: Sensitivity to Model Uncertainties
Demchenko Igor 2017 MSc Abstracts Electroencephalographic responses to disturbances and distractors during continuous reaching movements
Shapiro Yuval 2016 MSc Abstracts Dynamics and Control Aspects of Biologically Inspired Walking Biped Robot
Evstrachin Alexandrina 2016 MSc Abstracts Local Stability Analysis of Hybrid Dynamical Systems via Saltation Matrix with Applications to Simple Walking and Jumping Robots
Marjieh Fares 2016 MSc Abstracts Hand Rehabilitation Robot Based on Impedance Control
Benyamini Miri 2014 MSc Abstracts Optimal Feedback Control Framework for Investigating Neural Modulation during BMI Experiments
Beiser Koren 2011 MSc Abstracts Enhanced Neural Modulations during Operation of a Brain Machine Interfaces: Optimal Feedback Control Approach
Shamsonov Mark 2011 MSc Abstracts Estimating Uncertain Probability Distributions Using Info-Gap Theory
Nemets Simona 2010 MSc Abstracts Info-Gap Approach to Regularization
Keren Carmit 2009 MSc Abstracts Info-Gap Bayesian Classification
Lelchouk Yana 2008 MSc Abstracts Gesture-Driven Human-Computer Interface
Snir Ohad 2006 MSc Abstracts Acoustic Source Identification and Separation in a Riding Vehicle by Means of Vibration Measurement at the Sources
Katan Hod 2003 MSc Abstracts Visual Tracking and Characterization of Finger Movements
Markovici Paul 2002 MSc Real Time Recognition of Simultaneous Manipulative Hand Movements
Valency Tomer 1999 MSc Instantaneous Model Impedance Control for Robots