PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor DR. Erez Ribak
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No of theses 20
Department Physics
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Meitav Nizan 2015 PhD Abstracts High Resolution Imaging through Random Phase Aberrations
Schwartz Eyal 2014 PhD Abstracts Astronomical Observations of Remote Planets
Labin Amichai Moshe 2014 PhD Abstracts Optical Analysis of Retinal Glial Cells and their Effect on Vision
Carmon Yuval 2009 PhD Abstracts Wave Front Detection of Human Ocular Aberrations
Moreno Hirshfeld Coral 2014 MSc Abstracts Stellar Intensity Interferometry Using Autonomous Nanosatellites
Zabar Yoel 2005 MSc Abstracts IR Super – Resolution in Far Field
Glazer Oded 2005 MSc Abstracts Construction of a Control Loop for an Adaptive Optical System
Gumpel Gal 2020 MSc Abstracts Towards Super-Resolution Quantum Astronomy
Goulinski Nadav 2017 MSc Abstracts Capture of free-floating planets by stellar systems
Yatvetsky Pavel 2016 MSc Abstracts Phasing of a Multi-Aperture Telescope on a Nearby Planet
Shoulga Georgiy 2016 MSc Abstracts Towards Spectral Intensity Interferometry in Space
Mishlovsky Idan 2015 MSc Abstracts Studies of Light Scattering from the Human Retina
Paykin Irina 2014 MSc Abstracts Simulated Annealing of Multiple-Aperture Telescopes
Shulamy Yaron 2014 MSc Abstracts Advanced Methods for Improvement of Stellar Intensity Interferometry
Yacobi Lee 2013 MSc Abstracts Phasing Stellar Interferometer by Simulated Annealing
Grauer Yoav 2011 MSc Abstracts Blooming Suppression in Active Imaging by an Optical Modulator
Meitav Nizan 2010 MSc Abstracts High Resolution Retinal Imaging and Pattern Analysis without Adaptive Optics
Labin Amichai Moshe 2010 MSc Abstracts Vision Effects Caused by Retinal Structure
Benny Yael 2007 MSc Abstracts Study of the Optics of the Human Eye
Vinidman Shirly 2000 MSc Flexible Mirrors for Adaptive Optics