PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Dan Mordehai
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No of theses 22
Department Mechanical Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Shuchat Sholom 2023 PhD Testis-On-a-Chip: In Vitro Spermatogenesis in a 3-Dimensional Microfluidic Environment Safe Sorting and Isolation of Rare Sperm using Dielectrophoresis
Malka-Markovitz Alon 2021 PhD Abstracts Multiscale Modelling of Dislocation Cross-Slip in Face Centered Cubic Metals
Kositski Roman 2021 PhD Abstracts Shock-Induced Plasticity in Body Centered Cubic Metals
Sofer Daniel 2023 MSc Abstracts Electro-Rotation and Electro-Orientation of Janus Particle
Aviram Gal 2022 MSc Abstracts The Mechanical Interaction between Carbon-Nano Tubes and Graphene Sheets
Teby Lia 2022 MSc Abstracts Analyzing the Dissipation of Transverse-Mode Oscillations of Metallic Nanowires in Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Elkeles Tom 2022 MSc Abstracts Dielectrophoretic Characterization of Engineered Janus Particles and Dynamic Capsules
Leiderman Bat Sheva 2022 MSc Abstracts Voids Growth in Liquid Lead in Spallation
Ben Avraham Paz 2021 MSc Abstracts Edge Dislocation Motion in Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Au
Nisany Stav 2021 MSc Abstracts Nucleation-Controlled Plasticity of Nanospecimens with Multiple Nucleation Site-Types
Gur Arie Gil 2021 MSc Abstracts Towards a General Atomistic Landau-Ginsburg Model for Calculation of Twin Boundary Properties and Barriers for their Motion
Epstein Shahar 2020 MSc Abstracts The Effective Mass of Partial Dislocations in Cu
Danino Bar David 2019 MSc Abstracts Relations between Material Properties and Barriers for Twin Wall Motion in Ferroic Materials
Pinto Yarden 2019 MSc Abstracts Size Effect on Oscillation Modes of Metallic Nanowires in Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Gorelik Leon 2018 MSc Abstracts Mechanical Properties of Thin Coatings in Molecular Dynamics Simulations
David Omer 2018 MSc Abstracts Strength and Ductility of Twinned Metallic Nanowires
Feruz Yosi 2017 MSc Abstracts The Strength of Nanoparticles with Face-Centered Cubic (FCC) Lattice Structure under Compression in Molecular Dynamics Simulation
Chachamovitz Doron 2017 MSc Abstracts The Activation Parameters for Heterogeneous Dislocation Nucleation in Mo Nanoparticles
Sheinkman Sagi 2017 MSc Abstracts The Collective Effect of a Dislocation Network on their Climb Rate
Kositski Roman 2016 MSc Abstracts The Strength of Nanoparticles with Body-Centered Cubic (BCC) Lattice Structure
Chen Sagi 2015 MSc Abstracts The Dependence of Mechanical Properties on the Nanograins Distribution in HCP Metals
Shreiber Koren 2015 MSc Abstracts Modeling the Strength of Ni3Al Nanocubes Using Molecular Dynamics Simulations