PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Barak Fishbain
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No of theses 16
Department Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Nebenzal Asaf 2019 PhD Abstracts Mathematical Methods for Generating Accurate Dense Spatiotemporal Maps from Sparse Sensing
Asheri Tehila 2020 PhD Abstracts Algorithms for Early Contamination Detection in Drinking Water from Varying Water Sources
Lerner Uri 2017 PhD Abstracts Mathematical Data Analysis Methods for Air-Quality Wireless Distributed Environmental Sensor Networks
Avni Noa 2017 PhD Abstracts Management of Regional Water Systems under Demand Uncertainty
Raviv Gabriel 2016 PhD Abstracts Modeling of Near Misses Related to Crane Work at Construction Sites and their Safety Risk Potential
Golumbic Yaela 2018 PhD Abstracts Public Participation in Air Quality Research: Theory and Practice
Vernik Or 2021 MSc Abstracts Mathematical Estimation of Particulate Air Pollution Levels by Aerosols Tomography
Mano Ziv 2022 MSc Abstracts Information Theory Solution Approach for Air-Pollution Sensors' Location-Allocation Problem
Luzon Uria 2021 MSc Abstracts Estimation and Prediction of Stem Water Potential in Peach Trees using Soil and Plant Sensors with Machine Learning Techniques
Drahler Dana 2020 MSc Abstracts Spatiotemporal Distribution of Air Pollution in an Indoor Environment
Moshenberg Shai 2017 MSc Abstracts Methods for Imputation and Filtering of Air Pollution Data
Yacobi Tamar 2017 MSc Abstracts Development and Utilization of New Methods for Urban Air Pollution Monitoring
Yogev Daphna 2016 MSc Abstracts Domestic Water End Users Classification as Potential Method for Leakage Detection
Rubinstein Oren 2016 MSc Abstracts Freeway Traffic Level of Service Detemining through Automated Video Feed Processing
Frolich Levi David 2016 MSc Abstracts Spectral Methods for Analysis of Bacteria Counts in Water Wells
Levy Ella 2015 MSc Abstracts Early Contamination Detection in Water Supply Systems through Enhancement of Bio-sensors by Chlorpyrifos In-Line Oxidation