PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Isaac Keslassy
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No of theses 21
Department Electrical and Computers Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Kanizo Josef Hai 2014 PhD Abstracts Fast Decisions in High-Speed Networking Devices
Mendelson Gal 2020 PhD Abstracts Load Balancing in Communication Networks: Asymptotic Performance and Theoretical Guarantees
Vargaftik Shay 2019 PhD Abstracts Scheduling and Load Balancing in Emerging Networked Systems
Bergman Aran 2018 PhD Abstracts Sharing Cloud Networks
Zahavi Eitan 2016 PhD Abstracts Forwarding in Computer Cluster Networks
Rottenstreich Ori 2014 PhD Abstracts Coding Schemes for Memory-Efficient Routers
Shpiner Alexander 2014 PhD Abstracts Scaling Data Center Routers
Samuel Asaf 2018 MSc Abstracts Routing Keys A Scalable Application Aware Routing Algorithm
Ben-Arye Sariel 2017 MSc Abstracts CEETCP: Congestion Control for Data-center Lossless Networks
Meshi Yinnon 2016 MSc Abstracts Flex: Optimal Energy Efficiency in Asymmetric Computer Architecture
Omary Ahmad 2016 MSc Abstracts SARD: Switch-based Adaptive Routing for Datacenters
Radan Marat 2015 MSc Abstracts Tapping into the Router's Unutilized Processing Power
Zidenberg Tzachi 2012 MSc Abstracts Multiamdahl: Optimal Resource Allocation for Heterogeneous Systems
Tsidon Erez 2012 MSc Abstracts Counter-Estimation Decoupling for Approximate Rates
Tolchinsky Igor 2012 MSc Abstracts Rethinking Locality in NUMA Systems
Krimer Evgeni 2009 MSc Abstracts Packet-Level Static Timing Analysis for On-Chip Networks
Asa Michael 2009 MSc Abstracts Optimal Guaranteed-Routing Network
Cohen Itamar 2008 MSc Abstracts T-Plots: A Novel Approach to Network Design
Baron Asaf 2008 MSc Abstracts The Capacity Allocation Paradox
Kogan Hadas 2007 MSc Abstracts Optimal Optical Router
Shifrin Mark 2007 MSc Abstracts The Gaussian Nature of TCP in Large Networks