PhD Theses – Autonomous Systems and Robotics

Department Autonomous Systems and Robotics
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Student Name Graduation Year Advisors Abstarcts Research Name
Nir Ronen 2023 Erez Karpas Abstracts Coordinating Autonomous Robots with Social Laws
Nir Omer 2023 Amir Degani Abstracts Reactive Planning for Dynamic Legged Maneuvers using Motion Primitive Library
Taitler Ayal 2022 Erez Karpas, Per-Olof Gutman, Abstracts A Method for Combined Planning and Control for Hybrid Domains
Segall Ilana 2022 Alfred Bruckstein Abstracts Broadcast Guidance of Multi-Agent Systems
Gaathon Adar 2021 Amir Degani Abstracts Development of a Robotic Leg and Minimalistic Control Methods for Increased the Robustness of a Running Robot
Elimelech Khen 2021 Vadim Indelman Abstracts Efficient Decision Making under Uncertainty in High- Dimensional State Spaces
Clarke Anna 2021 Per-Olof Gutman Abstracts An Automatic Control System for Training Complex Kinesthetic Skills
Rubin Daniel Yitzhak 2020 Per-Olof Gutman Abstracts Vehicle Active Suspension Applications for Lateral Disturbances Attenuation and Safety
Barel Ariel 2019 Alfred Bruckstein Abstracts Gathering and Steering Swarms
Mi La 2018 Oded Gottlieb Abstracts Nonlinear Dynamics and Stabilization of a Multi-Tethered Spherical Aerostat in Severe Environmental Conditions
Manor Rotem 2017 Alfred Bruckstein Abstracts Gathering and Guidance of Multi-Agent Systems
Kopitkov Dmitry 2021 Vadim Indelman Abstracts General Probabilistic Surface Optimization and Log Density Estimation
Denenberg Elad 2017 Pinchas Gurfil Abstracts Satellite Cluster Collision Awareness and Avoidance
Farhi Elad 2021 Vadim Indelman Abstracts Joint Incremental Inference and Belief Space Planning for Online Operations of Autonomous systems
Salem Lior 2021 Yizhar Or, Amir Gat, Abstracts Soft Robots Actuated by Controlled Flow in an Embedded Channel Networks
Yona Guy 2017 Itamar Kahn, Shy Shoham, Abstracts Novel Tools for Probing the Motor Control System in Behaving Animals