PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

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No of theses 18
Department Biomedical Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Hollander Yaniv 2011 PhD Abstracts Morphology Based Constitutive Model for the Coronary Media
Lokshin Olga 2007 PhD Abstracts Micro-Structural Characterization of the Skin Constitutive Properties
Algranati Dotan 2011 PhD Abstracts Physical Determinants of Normal and Obstructed Coronary Flow
Kaimovitz Benjamin 2010 PhD Abstracts A Full 3-D Reconstruction of the Entire Porcine Coronary Vasculature
Imanuel Ofer 1996 PhD Stress Analysis in the Left Ventricle of the Heart
Nevo Erez 1989 PhD Parameter Estimation in the Cardiouascular System
Gat Merav 1995 MSc A Mathematical Model of the Blood Flow in Coronary Bifurcations
Lokshin Olga 1995 MSc Abstracts Tissue Viscoelasticity and Precondi Tioning: Microstructural Simulation and Parameter Estimation
Fibich Gadi 1990 MSc A Mathematical Model of the Alood Flow in a Coronary Capill
Reichenberg Yaniv 2011 MSc Abstracts Development of an Integrated Experimental system for Real-Time Study of Blood Flow Effects on Cultured Endothelial cells
Raz Einat 2009 MSc Abstracts Recruitment Viscoeleasticity of Tendons
Rakovsky Artoum 2007 MSc Abstracts Polymeric Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications: Structure- Function Relationship
Langzam-Sinai Ronit 2006 MSc Abstracts Neutral and Ionizable Polymeric Hydrogels in Biomedical Engineering
Eshel Hagai 2002 MSc Abstracts Effects of Strain Level and Proteoglycan Depletion on Preconditioning and Viscoelastic Responses of Rat Skin
Kaimovitz Benjamin 2002 MSc Stochastic Morphometric Reconstruction of the Pig's Coronary Tree
Sverdlik Ariel 2000 MSc Time-Dependent Mechanical Behavior of Sheep Digital Tendons Including the Effects of Preconditioning
Samish Amir 1997 MSc Optimization of Urethral Magnetic Valve
Noachas Gabriel 1994 MSc Investigation of the Ventricvlar-Vascular Coupling