PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Gideon Inbar (Deceased)
No of theses 40
Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department Web Site
Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Moulin Mark 2000 PhD Development of Closed-Loop Robust Controller for FNS Assisted Walking of Paraplegics
Hatwell Michael 1989 PhD Development of Closed Loop Controllers for Fns Assisted
Yosef Victor 2013 PhD Abstracts Control of Bimanual Periodic Movements: Adaptation for Enhanced Performance
Tock Yoav 2004 PhD Abstracts Information Theoretic Analysis of the Muscle Spindle System
Yom-Tov Elad 2002 PhD Abstracts Estimation of Transient Phenomena in Movement Related Potentials
Karniel Amir 2000 PhD Learning Motor Control of Redundant Systems
Lange Daniel 1998 PhD Modeling and Estimation of Transient, Trial-Varying Evoked Brain Potentials
Levin Esther 1988 PhD Artificial Neural Netuorks Performance Characterigation
Dat Daniel 1996 MSc Measurement of Dynamic Arterial Diameter Changes by Electrical Impedance Method
Aaron Athena 1995 MSc Elobon Joint Movement Control: An Experimentaland Theoretical Study
Halperin Orit 1994 MSc Control Signal Adaptation of the Forearm Muscle Under Loads
Nave Gideon 2011 MSc Abstracts Real Time Change Detection of Steady-State Evoked Potentials
Sumszyk Mikael 2010 MSc Abstracts Multichannel Electroencephalogram Signal Analysis for Brain-Computer Interface and Functional Tomography Applications
Shoor Ehud 2010 MSc Abstracts Detection and Analysis of Movement-Related Potentials for Brain-Computer Interface Applications
Ben-Itzhak Shay 2007 MSc Abstracts Arm Reaching Movements – Using Pontryagin’s Minimum Principle to Obtain Minimum Acceleration Trajectories
Rahinski Vitali 2007 MSc Abstracts Analysis of Bimanual Hand Control Model
De-Castro Sharon 2006 MSc Abstracts The Minimum Transition Hypothesis
Rudyk Eduard 2003 MSc Abstracts On Role of Recurrent Inhibition in Low-Level Motor Control
Serby Hilit 2002 MSc Abstracts Development of a Brain-Computer Interface based on Event- Related Potentials
Makienko Igor 2002 MSc Estimation of Singal Movement-Related Brain Potential Components with Changing Loads
Shainer Gilad 2001 MSc Model Development and Controller Design for Artificial Pancreas
Grossman Aaron 2001 MSc Variations in Electro-Encephalogram During Voluntary Finger Movement under Varying Loads
Itzkovitz Shalev 2001 MSc Classification of MRP Signals Using Support Vector Machines
Karniel Amir 1996 MSc Model of Human Motor Control Using Artificial Neural Networks
Toivi Daniel 1996 MSc Parametric and Non Parametric Methods for the Investigation Of the Spindle Transfer Function from Surface Emg Of the Upper Arm Muscle
Wjnbergen Chaim 1995 MSc A Functional Architecture Based Neural Network Model For the Primary Visual Cortex V1
Cohen Yosef 1995 MSc Artificial Neural Networks for Adaptive Control
Weissman Shaul 1995 MSc Identification of Elbow Joint Time Varying Parameters
Lange Daniel 1994 MSc Processing of Movement Related Cortical Signals
Riemer Ivona 1994 MSc A Model for Heart-Rate Variability and Its Bispectral
Chertkou Mark 1991 MSc Cortical Electrical Analysis Puring Uoluntary Motor Activity
Sacher Ari 1991 MSc Tracking of the Muscle Recruitment Characteristic During
Altshuler Eran 1990 MSc Adaptive Mechanical Impedance Control of the Human Forearm
Gakambos Tiberiu 1990 MSc Model of the Cardiovascular System for Pacemaker Controler
Mazaltov Jerome 1990 MSc Parametric Estimation of the Ecg Wave for Identification of
Barak Chen 1989 MSc Estimation of Stroke Volume by Intracardiac Impedance
Gewirtzman Raanan 1989 MSc Artificial Neural Networks for Signal Procissing
Edelstain David 1989 MSc Time Warping Methods in Monitoring of Ecg
Etzion Naomi 1989 MSc Measurment of the Mechanical Impedance of the Human Forearm
Kaidar Ruthy 2006 MSc Abstracts EEG Based Brain-Computer Interface for Movement Control