PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Sagi Filin
Advisor's Email filin@technion.ac.il
Advisor's Home-Site http://cee.technion.ac.il/filin
No of theses 36
Department Civil and Environmental Engineering
Department Web Site cee.technion.ac.il/?lang=he
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Zeibak-Shini Reem 2017 PhD Abstracts Comparative Geometric Analysis of a Building Information Model(BIM) using Point Cloud Data of Damaged Buildings
Arav Reuma 2020 PhD Abstracts Detection and Characterization of Subtle Entities within Laser Scanning Point-Clouds
Shtain Zachi 2018 PhD Abstracts Clustering of Laser-Scanning-Based Point Clouds for Geographic Feature Extraction
Telem Gil 2013 PhD Abstracts Photogrammetric Models for Underwater Mapping
Klein Itzik 2011 PhD Abstracts Mitigating INS Drift by Software Solutions
Baruch Amit 2011 PhD Abstracts Characterization of Subtle Topographic Features within Airborne laser Scans
Lati Ran 2012 PhD Abstracts Three-Dimensional Driven Spatio-Temporal Model for Weed Detection in Row Crops
Barnea Shahar 2011 PhD Abstracts Terrestrial Laser Scans Processing Supported by Image Data
Abo Akel Nizar 2010 PhD Abstracts Automatic Building Extraction Using LiDAR Data
Hurwitz Dror 2021 MSc Abstracts Relative Constraints and their Contribution to Autonomous Navigation of Platforms Formation
Tarabeh Rawan 2021 MSc Abstracts Modelling and Learning Complex 3-D Shapes from Single or Limited Set of Images by Use of Geometric Shape Constraints
Keller Moriya 2021 MSc Abstracts Investigation of Public Transport Accessibility Indices
Abu Nassar Elia 2020 MSc Abstracts Registration of Terrestrial Laser Scans in Environments without Conspicuous Entities
Zhao Jingjing 2020 MSc Abstracts Incorporation of Thermal Infrared Imaging into Spatial 3-D Scene Modeling
Levi Eliyahu 2019 MSc Abstracts Image Based 3-D Modeling of complex dynamic scenes
Elnashef Bashar 2019 MSc Abstracts Linear and Refraction-Invariant Models for Image-Based Underwater Mapping
Schneider Shai 2021 MSc Abstracts Deep Learning Models for Depth Extraction of Landscape Scanes from a Single or a Limited Set of Images
Hirsch Yogev Mika 2017 MSc Abstracts Skeletonization of 3D point clouds for object analysis and classification
Miller Vera 2016 MSc Abstracts Marker Free Registration of Terrestrial Laser Scans of Natural Scenes
Torgman Shlomo 2016 MSc Abstracts Accuracy of Laser Scanning Systems and the Components Affecting them
Ilizirov Grigory 2016 MSc Abstracts Photogrammetry Based on Imaging via Mirrors
Barak Kohavit 2015 MSc Abstracts Fuzzy Logic Based Boundaries Determination of Vectors Based Polygons
Rothman Yaakov 2015 MSc Abstracts Mitigating Navigation Drift using Optical Sensors and Physical Constraints
Zweig Rachel 2014 MSc Abstracts Quantification and Modeling of Land Degradation Processes in Arid Environments using Terrestrial Laser Scanning
Shem-Tov Tomer 2013 MSc Abstracts Parallel Computational Methods for Laser Scanning Derived Data Processing
Goren-Bar Tom 2012 MSc 3D Reconstruction of Mountain Trails from GPS Tracks
Karnis Simon 2015 MSc Abstracts Geospatial Data Conflation Using Agent Based Modeling and Simulation
Arav Reuma 2013 MSc Abstracts Detection of Changes in Dynamic Geomorphological Environments Using Airborne and Terrestrial Laser Scanning Datasets
Manevich Alexander 2012 MSc Abstracts Line Based Photogrametric 3D Modeling
Wicnudel Amit 2012 MSc Abstracts Laser Scanning Based Modeling of Construction Sites for Tower Crane Blind-Lift Analysis
Shtain Zachi 2011 MSc Abstracts Models for Analyzing Spaceborne Laser Waveforms
Morik Smadar 2012 MSc Abstracts Quantification of Surface Modifications Using Three- Dimensional Sensing for Paleo-Seismic Analysis
Abergel Shlomo 2009 MSc Abstracts Quantification of Soil Erosion in Agricultural Fields Using Monoscopic Photogrammetry
Zeibak-Shini Reem 2008 MSc Abstracts Change Detection via Terrestrial Laser Scanning
Vered Yoav 2008 MSc Abstracts Evaluating the Effect of Physical Constrains on Spatial Connectivity
Levin Shahaf 2008 MSc Abstracts Close-Range Photogrammetry Using DTM as Control Surfaces